The City of South Perth has inked an eight-year software-as-a-service deal with enterprise software provider TechnologyOne as it undergoes significant digital transformation.
Glenorchy City Council has decided to switch from on-premises TechnologyOne software to the TechnologyOne cloud.
Queensland-based public service software provider TechnologyOne has continued its success in local government, signing a deal worth more than $3 million with the Shire of Campaspe for the purchase of its OneCouncil solution.
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