About beweb - web developers, Auckland


beweb was launched in 2000 to provide development services to web design companies and direct to clients.


We provide bespoke web application development services, mobile app development, and tailored content management systems based on our Savvy CMS architecture.


Our Approach

Each website we develop gets individual attention - we pride ourselves on attention to detail, ability to cater to specialised requirements, and understanding of your overall communication and business goals. We work alongside our design partners to ensure we deliver the optimal solution for clients.


Our people are qualified and experienced. As a result we work to a high standard and get things done swiftly.


Our Track Record 

We've been in business for 15 years, and in that time we have developed over 500 websites and web applications. We have worked on a diverse range of projects creating online solutions for financial institutions, freight forwarders, travel agencies, industry bodies, retailers, charities and startups.


We are 100% kiwi owned and operated. We build our software entirely in New Zealand, employing local people. 



Beweb is a registered member of the Microsoft Partner Program:


 

Featured Web Development Work

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Client: Halo Media
Role: Web Developer
Submit your own message to brighten up other people's day! Beweb developed the website that lets anyone share a message on this giant billboard as part of the Brighten Up digital exhibition put on by the Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū at 65 Victoria Street, with the help of Halo Media.



The guys at Beweb interpreted the brief with amazing accuracy, coming up with solutions which I didn’t know I needed but they knew I wouldn’t be able to live without. That summed up the whole experience; they were one-step ahead of my needs throughout the whole project.

Sharon Rogers, PAC.NZ