Technology One continues to invest in Tasmania
Leading Australian IT company TechnologyOne continues to build its investment in Tasmania, with the opening a new office in Devonport to support its growing client base in the north of the state.
The company has a strong footprint in all sectors of Tasmania, with its clients including 13 government departments, four local government authorities and seven other commercial organisations.
Chairman Adrian Di Marco said 90% of Tasmanian Government Departments are TechnologyOne clients, including the Department of Economic Development, Department of Education and the Department of Health and Human Services.
“Other non-state government clients include Devonport City Council, Launceston City Council, Southern Cross Broadcasting and Fusion Australia,” Mr Di Marco said.
“We have grown our local client base since opening an office in Hobart in 1999. As we continue to achieve steady growth in all sectors of the market, we are now in a good position to expand local operations,” he said.
“As well as opening up a second office, we are also expanding our team with two new appointments of local staff, and a third new appointment to be made in the coming months.”
TechnologyOne is the only enterprise applications vendor in Australia to operate a local Tasmanian office.
“Our business model is built around the requirements of our customers, and we believe it is fundamental to our success that we employ local people who have good understanding of our client’s requirements” said Mr Di Marco.
“This model allows us to respond to our customers needs immediately, rather than having to fly resources in from the mainland.”
TechnologyOne is one of Australia’s largest publicly listed software companies. The company has more than 500 clients throughout Australia, New Zealand and the wider Asia Pacific region, and will open an office in the United Kingdom early in 2006.