About Us

Spyker Technologies Pty Ltd, trading as Spyker Business Solutions. We possess extensive experience in the IT Service industry and Local Government IT Management. Spyker Business Solutions was started in 2011 as a Sole Trader and changed to a Private Company early 2013.

Paul Willemse, founder of Spyker Business Solutions has been in the IT industry since 1988. Started in South-Africa and migrated to Australia in 2002. Paul joined Local Government as Information Systems Manager early 2004 and worked in Local Government in Western Australia as Manager IS/IT for the next 8 years.

Spyker Business Solutions travel the state to provide our services, so no customer is too far to be taken care of. We are small enough to care and experienced enough to make a difference.

We possess of expertise in the following disciplines:

Complete IT Services and Advice

We specialise in IT solutions for Small and Medium Local Government.

Computer Cabling

 Spyker Business Solutions employ Australian Open Cabling Certified staff and can supply and install reliable cabling infrastructure. If you have small cabling jobs or large ones, contact us for a quotations.

Wireless Communication

If you need to connect your remote offices to your head office and using the ADSL is just not good enough or installing site to site cabling is just too expensive, Spyker Business Solutions has extensive experience in installing and maintaining wireless solutions. We are not in the business of selling lemons and if it doesn’t work, you don’t pay.

Public and Corporate WiFi solutions.


Our Close Circuit Television experience stems from our years of installing and maintaining this technology for Local Government. We can help you plan, implement and maintain your CCTV solution. Our staff are registered with Australian Security Industry Association Limited and with the WA Police as Security Agent, Consultants and Installers

Contact Information

M: 0417 959 786

T: 1300 724 425

E: paulw@spyker.net.au

We look forward to hear from you

Paul Willemse