In the beginning
Noggin is a company with some 90 staff globally, with offices in North America, Europe and Australia. In 2009, Noggin turned to solve the big problem of incident management and organizational resilience. Our goal was to help people manage disruption, smarter. We wanted to do it exceptionally, and make a difference along the way.
We bootstrapped it, off our own initiative, and have a formidable software product and reputation. We've topped analyst reports into crisis management, and won resilience awards. And more importantly we've enjoyed ourselves, and we've met a lot of really great people along the way.
So, our product development came out of Australia, a fact of which we're very proud. Australians are a melting pot of resilient fellows. Probably more disasters and extreme weather per capita than your average nation state. Perhaps more importantly, it's home to lots of animals that will kill you. So no surprises that resilience comes naturally.
Since that time, the Noggin platform has been battle tested in some of the biggest disruptions to communities and corporations the world over. We've grown the product capability and the Noggin reputation for no BS, rolling our sleeves up, and getting on with the job, and simply doing things smarter.
Smart people help
We look to the best and brightest, to help us fulfill the vision of managing disruption smarter. That takes dedication, intelligence and generally awesome staff. Noggins work hard, and are committed to going further on projects and above all, personal excellence. Noggins have an ethic of service to our customers and making their experience as overwhelmingly good as possible.
Manage disruption, smarter. If we can do that, our communities and corporations will become more resilient. We can leave our lives knowing that we had an impact on making the world a better place, that communities can get on with the job of living, and corporations can get on with the job of doing business. That's not something every person can do in their lives. A lofty ambition? Perhaps. But a good one to strive for.