Cloud-based ERP firm NetSuite has named Lee Thompson as senior vice president and general manager, Asia Pacific and Japan.
Australian software company, TechnologyOne, has acquired Icon Strategic Solutions for $10 million in a bid to boost its local government sector business.
Shellharbour City Council has purchased TechnologyOne’s enterprise solution to take it from a non-integrated environment to a tightly integrated, future-proofed product.
TechnologyOne has hit a market capitalisation of $1 billion, making it Australia's largest publicly listed software provider.
Epworth Healthcare has deployed TechnologyOne’s OneHealth software across its eight hospitals in Victoria.
Australian independent software vendors are emerging as a major chunk of Australian IT exports on the back of easy to deploy Cloud services which allow massive scale with little investment.
The Moreton Bay Regional Council (MBRC) claims it has saved 200 hours in the first three months since implementing TechnologyOne’s Mobile Work Management applications suite for its field crews.
TechnologyOne, in partnership with Synergetic, has won a $15 million contract to jointly develop an integrated school administration package with and for the Catholic Education Commission of Victoria.
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