The enterprise software company TechnologyOne has succeeded in getting a full bench of the Federal Court to overturn a record verdict of a $5.2 million paid out to a sacked employee.
The Federal Court has ordered enterprise software company TechnologyOne to pay a record $5.2 million to a former employee in an unfair dismissal case.
Australian enterprise software firm TechnologyOne has denied allegations made by Hong Kong-based GMT Research that it inflated its profits in its audited results.
Australian automated debt collection company ezyCollect, has completed a $7.1 millon capital raising as the company continues expansion of its business aimed at helping businesses collect payments faster from customers.
Enterprise software company TechnologyOne has reported continuing strong growth of its business, with net profit before tax for the half year to the end of March of $24.5 million, an increase of 130%, with chief executive Edward Chung buoyant about the company's performance.
Listed enterprise software company TechnologyOne and the Australian arm of global non-profit organisation Opportunity International have helped 12,000 children living in poverty through their philantrophic partnership with the goal of ultimately reaching 500,000 children and their families in need.
A former cloud project manager at the tech firm TechnologyOne has filed a complaint with the Australian Human Rights Commission, alleging discrimination on the grounds of her sex, disability and race, and also victimisation.
Brisbane-based enterprise software-as-a-service company TechnologyOne (ASX:TNE) has expanded the reach of its charity foundation for 2018 - with a pledge to help 500,000 children and their families in India free themselves from poverty – through a new partnership with Opportunity International Australia.
A very public and ugly stoush between Brisbane-based enterprise software firm TechnologyOne and Brisbane City Council over TechnologyOne’s delivery of a Local Government Systems programme has now been settled in private.
Enterprise software company TechnologyOne has attributed the growth of its cloud business for driving an eighth year of record revenues and a strong profit result for the FY 2017.
Enterprise software provider TechnologyOne has secured a $7 million SaaS deal with the federal Department of Industry, Innovation and Science under the federal government’s shared service strategy.
Brisbane City Council has been asked to provide details of an independent report on the IT project with TechnologyOne that it cancelled last Friday.
Enterprise software firm TechnologyOne says it will strongly defend itself against an ambit claim from Brisbane City Council for loss and damage in excess of $50 million, following the Council's decision to call off a 10-year contract to replace 13 outdated customer service systems.
The head of a technology company in NSW has questioned why contracts for IT deals with local councils have been awarded to a Queensland company without the proper tender process being gone through as per existing law.
TechnologyOne, founded by Adrian Di Marco, started in Brisbane in 1987 to develop its own accounting software. Fast forward to 1999 when it went public, and that is where the 17 years it is celebrating start from.
Adrian Di Marco, founder and executive chairman of TechnologyOne, kicked off its Evolve conference this morning with a polite warning to its more than 2200 delegates – niche, homegrown cloud players, and suppliers will not survive the coming revolution.
The Queensland government's Advance Queensland Ignite Ideas fund has been called into question by the founder and CEO of software vendor TechnologyOne.
TechnologyOne founder Adrian Di Marco has taken a stake in accounting software provider Practice Ignition, joining MYOB co-founder Craig Winkler as an investor in the company.
Revenue is up and profits down for listed enterprise software company, TechnologyOne, for the first half of this year to the end of March, with the company expecting strong growth over the remainder of the year.
Listed enterprise software provider TechnologyOne is set to pay $12 million to acquire Perth-based Digital Mapping Solutions (DMS).
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