100% Black-Owned | BBBEE Status Level 1

Since its founding as a modest software development company in 1994, MicroVision has built a strong brand of excellence by assisting our clients to be successful.

We have worked with large and small businesses, government institutions and brands to develop powerful solutions that have exponentially impacted their business offerings, decision-making processes and operations.

The name MicroVision is an extension of our work philosophy – create meaningful outcomes for our clients with precision focus and big picture thinking.

Everything we do, we do in an open, transparent and collaborative environment.

 
     2014  Finalist (Top 5) in the prestigious MTN Business Apps of the Year Awards in the “Best use of Microsoft Cloud Services” section.

2014 Finalist (Top 5) in the prestigious MTN Business Apps of the Year Awards in the “Best use of Microsoft Cloud Services” section.

        2013/2014  Sponsored by British Telecoms (BT) on a 10-day business trip to the UK. Chosen as  1 of 15 out of more than 100 applicants by MEDO, an enterprise development organisation

 

2013/2014 Sponsored by British Telecoms (BT) on a 10-day business trip to the UK. Chosen as  1 of 15 out of more than 100 applicants by MEDO, an enterprise development organisation

     2012  Featured in a publication of the DTI’s Annual Financial Statements   2011  Winner of the DTI Emerging BEE Company for development of MasterC   2010  2nd runner-up for Innovation across all sectors Nationally

2012 Featured in a publication of the DTI’s Annual Financial Statements

2011 Winner of the DTI Emerging BEE Company for development of MasterC

2010 2nd runner-up for Innovation across all sectors Nationally

  2008  Company of the Year

2008 Company of the Year

    Winner of the DTI SPII grant for development of MasterC.   2010  Second runner-up for Innovation across all sectors Nationally.

Winner of the DTI SPII grant for development of MasterC.

2010 Second runner-up for Innovation across all sectors Nationally.

 
     2007  Runner Up SMME of the Year   2006  SMME of the Year    

2007 Runner Up SMME of the Year

2006 SMME of the Year

 

     2006  Featured in the future watch section of the Top ICTe companies in South Africa

2006 Featured in the future watch section of the Top ICTe companies in South Africa

SPOTLIGHT: OUR CEO

 Portrait by  Lauren Mulligan

Portrait by Lauren Mulligan

Colin Fourie

Colin founded MicroVision in 1994 with the vision to lead with innovation. He has developed his own software in addition to being entrusted with building systems at the core of many business entities. Colin is involved in every project – big and small – working to take mission-critical projects from concept through the entire development cycle.

As a small business owner, he is committed to the empowerment of SMME’s, founding 2063 Innovators Network Co-operative (2063INC) – an organisation focused on innovation and collaboration amongst (small) business and entrepreneurs instead of competition. Colin has also served as the Chairman of various foundations, and is currently the Chairperson of the ICT Advisory Board of Mangosuthu University of Technology. He believes education is the radical tool needed for achieving real transformation and as an active social citizen and educator, is dedicated to seeing this mission through.

Colin received a Masters in Phil. Knowledge and Information Management graduating Cum Laude from the University of Stellenbosch. He also holds a B.Sc. in Maths and Applied Maths (UWC), a B.Sc. in Computer Science. Operations Research and Statistics (UNISA) as well as a Higher Diploma in Education (UKZN).

We are committed to community development, youth development, and industry transformation. 

2063 InnovatION Network Co-operative

MicroVision is committed to the empowerment of SMME’s. We are a founding member of the 2063 Innovation Network Co-operative (2063INC) – an organisation focused on innovation and collaboration amongst (small) business and entrepreneurs instead of competition. 

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YOUTH | SKILLS

We engage in learnership, internship and mentorship programmes for a number of students from previously disadvantaged backgrounds. These students hail from Durban University of Technology (DUT), Mangosuthu University of Technology (MUT) and other tertiary institutions based in KwaZulu-Natal and the neighbouring community.  Our students have performed outstandingly, attaining awards and distinctions in the projects that they undertook under our guidance.

 

COMMUNITY

We have adopted “Aid for Children in Crisis” (ACC), an NGO established to assist destitute children. MicroVision has assisted ACC with the establishment of 2 school-based computer centres, and sponsors the provision of permanent services of an educator. MicroVision also serves on the Board of ACC.


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