There will be a massive $224 billion economic dividend for the Australian economy by turbo-charging investments in digital transformation, according to new economic analysis just published for the first time.
Australian-listed IT services company TechnologyOne has boosted profits for the year to the end of September on the back of continued “strong growth” over the 12 months.
Enterprise software provider TechnologyOne has launched its pilot program STEAM Lab for a STEAM-based experiential program, aimed at school students, at Morayfield State High School, in South-East Queensland.
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.
Business units are now the major drivers behind technology spend in Australia and New Zealand, causing business-wide integration challenges at unprecedented levels, according to a newly released study.
Australian listed enterprise software company TechnologyOne has lifted profits for the 2018 financial year by 15% to $66.5 million over 2017.
Australian enterprise software as a service provider TechnologyOne has delivered its Human Resources and Payroll software as a service solution to automate pay for New Zealand Government employees and contractors across three agencies.
Listed enterprise software company TechnologyOne attributes a strong first-half result, including record revenues and licence fees, primarily to its SaaS and cloud business, which delivered a profit of $3 million, up 217%.
Enterprise software solutions company TechnologyOne says it is investing $49.9 million in FY 2017 as part of its goal to foster innovation throughout the company.
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 firm TechnologyOne, currently in a legal stoush with Brisbane City Council over the loss of a major contract, claims it has broken its own 30-year record by delivering more than 50 customer project "go-lives" in the last eight weeks.
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