TechnologyOne wins $6.3 million Northern Territory LG contract

TechnologyOne Ltd (ASX:TNE) a leading Australian provider of enterprise software solutions, has been awarded a $6.3 million contract to supply and install software systems across eight new Northern Territory local government shires over a five year period.

As part of the contract, TechnologyOne will provide its Financials, HR & Payroll, Works & Assets and Property solutions along with implementation and project management services. TechnologyOne will also partner with InfoVision, Infosphere and Resolute IT to deliver further functionality across the shires.

The new software solutions will enhance the way that local government operates in the Northern Territory by streamlining processes and improving the way councils deliver services to their constituents. It will improve efficiency and reduce costs enabling councils to deliver better services to stakeholders.

The project will enable TechnologyOne to leverage its success in delivering LGOne in Queensland which involved deploying products and services in remote areas through a Software as a Service model. Implementation is being delivered in conjunction with TechnologyOne’s LGONE partner Resolute IT.

Mr Adrian Di Marco, Executive Chairman of TechnologyOne said the company is a well respected provider of software solutions for the local government sector.

“We’ve been working with the local government sector for fifteen years and provide our integrated suite of enterprise solutions to more than 200 local councils across Australia and New Zealand,” he said.

Local Government Minister Rob Knight said the new software systems were part of the job of getting on with fixing governance and service delivery problems in the bush.

“TechnologyOne’s software solutions are designed to support core local government business by providing a framework for sound financial management and enabling easy, quick and accurate reporting,” said Mr Knight.

“The new technology will make local governments more effective – delivering better results for our remote communities.”