Enterprise software firm TechnologyOne has gained its first so-called Tier 1 government client, with the Department of Agriculture, Water and Environment moving its finances to the Brisbane-based firm's software-as-a-service platform.
Global payment technology vendor Mastercard has cut a deal with SAP Concur to provide a better expense and invoice management process to private and public sector firms in the Asia-Pacific region which conduct transactions with corporate cards.
Spending on public cloud services will grow from US$242.7 billion (A$341.4 billion) last year to US$257.9 billion in 2020, an increase of 6.3%, the technology analyst firm Gartner has forecast.
Australian spending on public cloud services is forecast to grow 19% to A$6.5 billion in 2019, with software-as-a-service representing by far the largest proportion of spending, according to a newly published analyst report.
Australian organisations are forecast to spend A$5.6 billion on public cloud services in 2019, a 20.3% increase from this year, and higher than the global growth rate of 17.3%, according to a new report.
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