The switch to TechnologyOne is described as "a knock-down-rebuild of almost all of AVJennings' major enterprise applications."
AVJennings CFO Larry Mahaffy wanted seeking an integrated and efficient solution giving better visibility of the company's multi-million dollar projects, and providing a simpler, unified and modern technology foundation its mobile and geographically diverse workforce.
"We understand better than most how complex big projects with multiple stakeholders can be. We don't want that complexity in our technology systems, we want simplicity," Mr Mahaffy said.
TechnologyOne's whole-of-business solution will replace various legacy applications covering financials, document management, asset and capital management, and human resources.
"We heavily invest in research and development to bring pre-configured industry solutions to market. This delivers real value to our customers through implementations that are faster, lower in cost and with reduced risk," said TechnologyOne CEO Ed Chung.
"To have AVJennings select our solution is a testament to our enterprise vision that spans across several vertical markets." he said.
Implementation is expected in October 2020.
The value of the deal was not disclosed.