Victorian Minister for ICT opens TechnologyOne office

TechnologyOne’s new office in St Kilda has been opened by the Victorian Minister for Information and Communication Technology, Marsha Thomson.

The company has expanded to new offices to keep up with the growth in staff numbers, fuelled by its recent sales success in Victoria. 

“TechnologyOne continues to achieve success in the Victorian marketplace, due to the strength of our solutions and business model,” Mr Di Marco said. 

“This financial year alone, we have already signed a number of major contracts with new clients including La Trobe University, The Baker Heart Medical Research Institute, the Department of Sustainability & Environment, YMCA Victoria, Connect East and Melbourne Stadiums Limited,” he said. 

“In the next 12 months, we are expecting 15-20% growth across our business, and sales success in Victoria will be a contributing factor.”

TechnologyOne currently employs 40 staff in the fields of sales, consulting, project management and administration in Victoria. It expects to grow this number with up to 20 new staff over the next 12-18 months. 

“We are achieving significant success in our key target markets, particularly Education, Health, Local and State Government, Financial Services and Managed Services,” Mr Di Marco continued. 

“We have found Victoria to have a high-performing business community, which means our client base is robust, and this gives us lucrative opportunities to build strong links into global customer bases.”