Technology One heads to Melbourne

20 new staff

Technology One has expanded its operations by opening an office in Melbourne today.

The office was officially opened by Victorian ICT Minister Marsha Thomson.

The opening follows a number of wins in the state for Technology One, which has inked deals with La Trobe University, the Baker Heart Medical Research Institute, the Department of Sustainability & Environment, YMCA Victoria, Connect East and Melbourne Stadiums Limited.

Technology One managing director Adrian Di Marco said in the next 12 months, the company is expecting 15 to 20 percent growth.

TechnologyOne currently employs 40 staff in the fields of sales, consulting, project management and administration in Victoria. It expects to grow this number with up to 20 new staff over the next 12-18 months.

"We have found Victoria to have a high-performing business community, which means our client base is robust, and this gives us lucrative opportunities to build strong links into global customer bases," Di Marco said.

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