Driven by three key principles
With its legacy in open source since 2003, Salsa today is owned and led by directors Alfred Deeb, Paul Morriss and Stuart Rowlands. Alfred, Paul and Stuart have come together through a shared open ethos, to build a company that's underpinned by the following three key principles...
A clear purpose to help governments become more open, more connected and more consolidated.
An open environment for our people — the Salsarians — to thrive and be fulfilled in delivering great work that's meaningful.
A culture that's truly driven by our values of rigour, accountability, transparency, innovation, authenticity and diversity.
More about us at a glance
Salsa has grown from a one-person startup in 2003 to being at the nexus for open source digital solutions in open government in Australia.
Salsa’s board meets monthly to help set Salsa’s strategic direction. Board members include Salsarians and external consultants.
Contributing to the open source communities across Drupal, GovCMS, Single Digital Presence and CKAN with more than just code contribs.
Our partners help us deliver engaging open source digital experiences to our clients.
Strategic memberships ensure we're part of the open source and technical communities.
Salsa is on a variety of government panels, including the Drupal Services Panel and the DTA’s Digital Marketplace, to service our government clients.
Our tech stack
Our technical stack consists of cutting-edge and disruptive open source technologies, including Drupal, GovCMS, Lagoon, OpenShift, containerisation and continuous integration.
News and events
Read the latest Salsa news and find out about upcoming and past events.