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TechnologyOne picks up three awards

01 Sep 10

Enterprise software solutions provider TechnologyOne has appointed Jennifer Johnson as its new Solutions Manager for the financial and managed services markets.

Johnson will be responsible for driving the development of the company’s new best practice templated enterprise software solutions.

“TechnologyOne is a growing publicly listed company with an outstanding reputation as an international leader, so the opportunity to join the company was certainly very attractive,” she said.

The company has also reported three technology industry award wins.

CEO Adrian Di Marco picked up the Tony Benson Award for outstanding contribution to the Australian ICT Industry.

Director of Marketing, Genevieve Smith, was awarded the inaugural Westpac Mary Reibey Scholarship to develop female leadership in the ICT industry.
 
And TechnologyOne’s Business Intelligence software also scooped ‘Best E-Business Product’ in the 2010 Australian Business Awards.

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