ASX-listed TechnologyOne Limited has opened a new office in Darwin to complement its expansion plans and serve the needs of its existing clients in the Northern Territory.
With an established client base in the Northern Territory, including Darwin Airport, Darwin Ports Corporation and Sky City, TechnologyOne aims to grow its business with the Northern Territory’s education, commercial, local government, utilities, Territory government and healthcare sectors.
Adrian Di Marco executive chairman of TechnologyOne, said the new office in Darwin will allow TechnologyOne to better serve our current customers.
“It will also enable us to pursue new business in the Northern Territory government sector as it responds to increasing legislative, reporting and service delivery requirements,” he said.
According to Di Marco, TechnologyOne has existing client relationships with a large number of Australian federal government departments and agencies, including the House of Representatives, the Federal Senate and the Office of the Prime Minister.
“We’re confident that Northern Territory government agencies will embrace our unique offering as a single vendor providing a fully integrated enterprise solution which offers best in class functionality across financial, HR and payroll, property and rating, works and assets and business intelligence applications.”
The Darwin office will be located at Paspaley Centrepoint in the Smith Street Mall. It will complete TechnologyOne’s network of offices in every capital city of Australia. The company also has a long-term, established business in New Zealand and offices in the UK and Asia.
TechnologyOne provides its software solutions to more than 100 local councils in Australia and New Zealand.
TechOne heads North
By Staff Writers on Jun 26, 2007 12:00PM