​New Kiwi contracts signed as TechnologyOne increases NZ footprint

Client roster now includes TSB Bank, Councils in Wellington, New Plymouth and Whangarei and Christchurch International Airport.

Enterprise software provider TechnologyOne has increased its footprint in New Zealand, closing out the year with a number of major new customers.

Key organisations signing up for TechnologyOne’s preconfigured enterprise solutions included Wellington City Council and TSB Bank, while existing customer Whangarei District Council opted to move from an on premise setup to the company’s Software-as-a-Service offering.

“This year we saw customers increasingly opting for our preconfigured enterprise solutions,” says Adrian Di Marco, Executive Chairman, TechnologyOne.

“We also saw a major momentum shift in local government, with customers like Wellington City Council and Whangarei District Council preferring our enterprise software as a service.

“Our vision for cloud and mobile is resonating, as the market begins to understand the difference between the lift and shift approach offered by hosting providers, and sees the benefits in the massive economies of scale SaaS vendors provide.”

Adrian Di Marco - Executive Chairman, TechnologyOne
Adrian Di Marco - Executive Chairman, TechnologyOne

Di Marco says TechnologyOne also completed milestone go lives of its preconfigured OneEnergy solution at Network Waitaki, and its Enterprise Asset Management and Enterprise Content Management solutions at New Plymouth District Council.

“We value building true long-term partnerships with our customers, to understand their needs,” Di Marco adds.

“Our focus is to ensure we are delivering real value to our customers by implementing our industry solutions faster, with lower cost and lower risk.”

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