Vic education buys more TechnologyOne

Vic education buys more TechnologyOne

Summary: TechnologyOne has sold over $1 million worth of software to three customers in the education sector in Victoria.

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TechnologyOne has sold over $1 million worth of software to three customers in the education sector in Victoria.

Box Hill Institute has bought the company's business intelligence and enterprise budgeting software. Meanwhile, the Kangan Institute and The Gordon have gone live with TechnologyOne's financial statistics and supply chain systems and are in the midst of implementing the software vendor's customer relationship management and works and assets systems.

"Victoria has 14 TAFE Institutes and four TAFE Divisions within universities — 15 of these 18 entities now use one or more of TechnologyOne's solutions," TechnologyOne executive chairman Adrian Di Marco said in a statement.

He said that the Victorian TAFE space was expected to grow by 50 per cent in the next four years.

The new sales follow a win, which saw TechnologyOne chosen to replace student management systems for 13 Victorian TAFEs as part of a $67 million systems overhaul.

Topics: Software, Government AU

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