Co-founder Paul Morton is a software engineer with 28 years of experience. He led the corporate lifestyle for many years managing multi-million dollar projects and leading teams of up to 12 software engineers.
Following a decision to move to rural Australia, Paul consulted for many years on highly technical projects on voice and video over IP.
His experience includes embedded Linux in the kernel and user space, WiFi, audio processing on ARM processors, SoC architecture and design, audio processing and embedded RTOS software.
He then decided to have a go on his own, thus taking the first step to fulfil his dream of building his own software company. Hence, Grandma Technology was created. The co-founders’ philosophy was to build something that they would like to use.
Their first product, Margaret River Find the Fun, is just that.
When not developing software, Paul can be found on his bikes, free diving, or caving with the local club. He is also an avid photographer, and has taken many of the photos used in the Margaret River Find the Fun App and website. When he travels internationally, he follows his passion of snowboarding, rock climbing and mountaineering in stunning and isolated areas.