TechnologyOne increases federal government footprint
TechnologyOne has signed a $6.2 million deal with the federal Department of Agriculture and Water Resources (DAWR).
The company will implement an end-to-end enterprise system to underpin the entire governmental department.
The OneGovernment platform, which meets the procurement objectives of DAWR, manages corporate, operational, stakeholder and strategic management processes. It also supports the current trend towards flexible work patterns, decentralised operations and geographically disparate offices. The device agnostic environment it provides allows staff to access the application on any device, wherever they happen to be.
The company also recently signed a deal with Treasury and the Australian Bureau of Statistics. These departments have implemented TechnologyOne’s enterprise SaaS solution in a shared services arrangement, which is expected to eventually include upwards of 25 government departments.
The implementation at Treasury also marks the first government customer on TechnologyOne’s industry specific cloud platform, which was built to cater for the security and operational requirements of federal government.
“The TechnologyOne GovCloud implements the detailed requirements surrounding the Australian Government’s Information Security Manual for Unclassified Data. Through our industry cloud solution, all agencies and departments on Treasury’s shared services arrangement will use a single version of the software,” said TechnologyOne Executive Chairman Adrian Di Marco.
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