Multi-million-dollar SaaS deal with TechnologyOne to replace ACT Health Directorate’s legacy system
ACT Health Directorate signs multi-million-dollar whole-of-government SaaS deal with TechnologyOne
Brisbane, 17 September, 2019 – Leading enterprise Software as a Service (SaaS) provider TechnologyOne (ASX: TNE), announced today it has signed a four-year, $3.2 million whole-of-government SaaS contract with the ACT Health Directorate.
TechnologyOne was the successful vendor in a competitive tender to replace ACT Health Directorate’s legacy, on-premise inventory management system with a seamless, end-to-end enterprise SaaS solution, incorporating supply chain, prosthesis management, business intelligence and analytics.
Stuart MacDonald, TechnologyOne’s Chief Operating Officer, said ACT Health Directorate decided to partner with TechnologyOne because it was the only company that could provide a full end-to-end solution with no delivery partners required.
“We are the only provider in the industry to offer a healthcare-specific solution that is capable of seamlessly managing the full supply chain lifecycle of all ACT hospitals,” MacDonald said.
“ACT Health recognised the benefit of our extensive experience with the healthcare sector and across all levels of government,” said Mr MacDonald.
“Our integrated enterprise solution will enable the directorate to improve user experience, simplify administration and enhance inventory processes.”
Ms Sandra Cook, Acting CIO of the ACT Health Directorate said they were excited to be partnering with an Australian technology vendor that has demonstrated its understanding of the complexities and nuances of the Australian health sector through its proven enterprise solution.
“ACT Health develops strategies and sets the direction to ensure services meet community needs and expectations. Our goal is to ensure the health system is innovative, effective and sustainable now and in the future,” said Ms Cook.
“ACT Health is looking forward to working collaboratively with TechnologyOne to improve Supply Chain processes for the Territory public health services. The contemporary TechnologyOne platform provides an improved and integrated user experience to assist with the tracking and usage of valuable health supplies.”
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