TechnologyOne (ASX: TNE) will help local councils realise their climate change strategies through the implementation of its software solutions.
Nestled in the foothills of Adelaide, Campbelltown City Council, will implement TechnologyOne Enterprise Budgeting and its Business Intelligence software to calculate its emissions, helping it to achieve a South Australian target to reduce emissions by 60 per cent by 2050.
The council will use TechnologyOne Enterprise Budgeting to create an emissions budget, set forward projections and monitor the performance of each department.
TechnologyOne Business Intelligence (BI) will collate the data in an easy to understand format on staff desktops.
Campbelltown City Council chief executive officer, Paul Di Iulio, said the new system will save time, capture all relevant data and keep it under the council’s control.
“We were working with a global climate protection program, but it required a lot of duplication, necessitating months of work manually re-keying data,” he said. “TechnologyOne is helping us to streamline all of this and we can monitor how our emissions are faring in real time.”
The integration of the council’s existing TechnologyOne Financials and Payroll systems with the new solutions will also enable it to satisfy government reporting requirements on emissions.
Campbelltown City Council expects the new system to go live early this year.