Brisbane City Council has served TechnologyOne with what the company described as an “ambit claim” for loss damages in excess of $50 million.
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Brisbane City Council has terminated its IT systems replacement contract with TechnologyOne.
Brisbane City Council will be lumped with a $50+ million damages claim if it attempts to wriggle out of its contract with TechnologyOne, the software company has said.
TechnologyOne believes Brisbane City Council may be seeking a way to terminate its contract with the ASX-listed software provider.
The Digital Marketplace run by the federal government’s Digital Transformation Agency will now offer local councils an opportunity to collaborate on smart city projects, according to assistant minister for cities and digital transformation Angus Taylor.
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