Australian IT leaders join forces

Leading Australian IT firm RuleBurst, a provider of software solutions for the administration of complex business rules and governance, risk and compliance management, has chosen TechnologyOne’s integrated Financials and Project Management solution. 

RuleBurst, with 130,000 users in Business, Government and Financial Sectors and offices in Australia, the UK and the US, selected TechnologyOne for its leading edge technology platform and global presence. 

CEO Surend Dayal said the company was passionate about supporting other Australian organisations with world class solutions. 

“TechnologyOne’s success mirrors the success of our organisation, with similarities in the way we have dominated our chosen markets and grown our business globally, and we believe we will be able to build a solid partnership based on a shared understanding.  

“We are continually looking for clever ways to manage our business, and TechnologyOne’s leading edge technology platform, Connected Intelligence, was a strong fit to our requirements. 

“It has a rich user interface, and a good mix between smart client and server technologies. Tools, such as dashboards and individual workplaces, alerts and KPIs will enhance our operations. 

“The ease of deployment will enable us to push the solution to staff throughout our global operations, and enable us to continue to centrally manage our operations from Australia.”

RuleBurst holds itself to the same standards of a publicly listed company, with monthly reporting to a Board and clear corporate governance. 

“By implementing TechnologyOne Financials, we will be able to reduce our month end process down from 2-3 weeks to a few days. The cost benefit and ability to reallocate staff to less mundane and time consuming processes will deliver clear improvements.” 

RuleBurst, was established in 1989 and has over 110 staff in offices in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, London and Washington DC. It has over 125 customers worldwide including the Australian Department of Finance and Administration, 3 of the top 4 Australian banks, Toyota, Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs in the United Kingdom, and the Internal Revenue Service in the United States.