Both the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and Melbourne's La Trobe University had recently inked multi-million dollar deals to that effect, the vendor said in a statement to the Australian Stock Exchange this morning.
TechnologyOne executive chairman Adrian Di Marco claimed the software eliminated the need for "costly customisations or software development".
"The QUT implementation of Student Management, TechnologyOne's largest in Australia, has commenced and will be rolled out to over 5,000 staff and 40,000 students across the university's campuses," the statement said.
"QUT and La Trobe University expect to go live with their student management solutions over the next one to two years," it added. La Trobe has some 27,000 students.
Another university to look at its student management applications is the University of Tasmania.
"We've just commenced a major project to look at our student lifecycle information management system," the uni's IT director John Parry told ZDNet Australia late last week.