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Company Overview

About Mav3rik

Mav3rik is a leading cloud solutions and application development provider on the Salesforce platform. Our deep expertise on the Salesforce Platform combined with extensive experience in development, integration and the use of cloud and open-source technologies allow us to deliver innovative cloud, mobile, web, IoT, and AI solutions for clients enabling them to enhance end-customer and employee engagements.


24 Employees



Information Technology

Company culture at Mav3rik

The employee experience at Mav3rik, compared to a typical Australia-based company
97% of employees at Mav3rik say it is a great place to work compared to 55% of employees at a typical Australia-based company
Mav3rik 97%
Typical company 55%

Source: Great Place to Work® 2019 Australia National Employee Engagement Study

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Everyone has an opportunity to get special recognition 
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Management involves people in decisions that affect their jobs or work environment
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People here are willing to give extra to get the job done 
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I am able to take time off from work when I think it's necessary 
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I am treated as a full member here regardless of my position 

Life at Mav3rik


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