Board of Directors
The TechnologyOne Board of Directors encourages a culture of innovation and accountability to enable the company and its people to strive towards excellence in software and services, while creating shareholder wealth.
Adrian Di Marco
B Sc, FAICD
Mr Di Marco founded TechnologyOne in 1987, after extensive experience in the software industry in the area of large scale fixed time and fixed price software development. Mr Di Marco has over 35 years’ experience in the software industry. He has been responsible for all operational aspects of TechnologyOne, as well as the strategic direction of the company.
Mr Di Marco has played a major role in promoting the Australian IT industry, and is a past Director of the Australian Information Industry Association, the industry’s peak body. He has been a director of a number of IT companies. He has also been actively involved in charitable organisations, and is a past Director of the Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation Board. He is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Fellow of the Australian Computer Society. Mr Di Marco has received extensive recognition for his contribution and pioneering work for the IT industry. He remains a major shareholder of TechnologyOne.
Mr Mactaggart’s experience spans industries such as agriculture, agri-tech, manufacturing and software. He co-founded the Australian Association of Angel Investors Limited, is a co-founder of Brisbane Angels and was the Australian representative of the World Business Angels Association. Mr Mactaggart played an integral role in the creation, funding, and development of TechnologyOne and remains a major shareholder. Mr Mactaggart has been a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors since 1991.
B Bus, FCA
Mr Blinco is a former Director and Chairman of Business Advisory accounting firm Moore Stephens Brisbane Ltd. He has over 30 years’ experience in the areas of business services and planning, investment strategies, management and financial advice. Mr Blinco is a director of a number of unlisted companies. His expertise is broadly respected and acknowledged throughout the business community. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Dr Jane Andrews joined the Board in 2016, bringing more than 15 years’ leadership experience in research and innovation-based organisations.
As a founder and investor in numerous innovative companies, Dr Andrews has extensive experience in corporate strategy, entrepreneurship, commercialisation, innovation, research and development.
Dr Andrews is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, holds a PhD in Life Sciences, a Bachelor of Science (First Class Honours) and a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance and Investment.
B Laws (Hons), B IT (Dist), G Dip Bus Admin, GAICD
Ms Doyle is the Managing Director and majority owner of corporate advisory firm, InterFinancial Corporate Finance Limited. She has successfully navigated technology companies through the challenges of steep global growth curves, with a strong understanding of the dynamics in Software as a Service (SaaS).
Ms Doyle’s leadership of InterFinancial has seen her develop a core practice providing strategic advice for technology and other IP-rich, high-growth companies. She also has extensive international experience managing merger, acquisition and private equity processes across the technology industry.
Ms Doyle was previously Vice President at Mincom, one of Australia’s most successful enterprise software companies.
Ms Doyle is a Non-Executive Director at UnityWater and Starts at 60. She holds a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) and Bachelor of Information Technology (Dist.) from the Queensland University of Technology, as well as a Graduate Diploma of Business Administration from the University of Queensland. She is a member of Australian Venture Capital and Private Equity Association and a qualified member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Mr Anstey's career has spanned over 40 years. His first company, Tangent Group Pty Ltd, established a strong reputation for the development of software products and strategic management consultancy for the banking and finance sector.
With the sale of Tangent, he then co-founded lnQbator/iQFunds in 2000, an early stage investment group focussed upon the technology, telecommunications and life sciences sectors.
Through iQFunds and personally, Rick has co-invested in more than 30 companies with the support of Commonwealth Government programs, Venture Capital Funds and both corporate and personal investors. While being an active Non-Executive Director of his investments, Rick has added value wherever appropriate to maximise shareholder value and has also been actively involved in the trade sale of seven companies to organisations in the US, Europe and Australia.
Mr Anstey is a Board member at the Australian Centre of Excellence for Entrepreneurship (ACE) at Queensland University of Technology, a Board member of the Bond University Business Accelerator Program, a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management. Mr Anstey now continues his career in venture capital and corporate advisory roles through iQFunds.
Mr Mclean has more than 40 years' experience in the enterprise software industry including holding Senior Executive and Managing Director roles in several international and Australian software companies.
His involvement in the enterprise software industry has included leading and managing software development, consulting and sales and marketing teams.
Mr Mclean joined the Board as a Non-Executive Director in 1992 was appointed as the General Manager in 1994, Chief Operating Officer in 1999 and was promoted to Chief Executive Officer of Operations in 2003.
Mr Mclean retired from this role at TechnologyOne on 15 July 2004 and remains a Non-Executive Director.
BBus, GDip (AppCorpGov), FGIA, FCIS
Mr Kennedy is the Group Company Secretary and Head of Compliance and Risk at TechnologyOne. Mr Kennedy is a qualified Company Secretary through the Governance Institute of Australia (GIA) where he was also a member of the Queensland Council. He became a Fellow of the GIA and the Corporate Secretaries International Association in 2014. Prior to joining TechnologyOne in 2017, Mr Kennedy was the Assistant Company Secretary for Queensland Rail for two years following 12 years as Assistant Company Secretary for Flight Centre Travel Group, where he had also performed roles responsible for accounting, treasury, insurance and ESOP functions.