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TechnologyOne signs 100th New Zealand customer

28 Jun 2010

TechnologyOne services seven vertical markets and says it brings in annual revenues of over $140 million per anum. Today the company has announced the signing of its 100th New Zealand customer.

The markets that TechnologyOne are active in include government, local government, education, financial services, health, community services, and managed services. The firm says that, in New Zealand specifically, it has experienced particular success in the government, healthcare and tertiary education sectors. 

Executive Chairman, Mr Di Marco said, “We’ve worked diligently to build a suite of software products that help organisations run smarter, more efficiently and in control of their costs; the strength of this product offering has enabled us to establish ourselves in international markets without the help of resellers. The 100th customer milestone highlights that business is flourishing in New Zealand,” he said.

MainPower Managing Director, Allan Berge, added, “We came to the market specifically looking for a fully integrated enterprise solution with strong asset management capabilities, specifically designed with the legislative requirements of our sector in mind.”

Pictured: Front L - R: Allan Berge, MainPower Managing Director with Adrian Di Marco, TechnologyOne Executive Chairman. Back L - R: Wayne Lapslie, Project Director - MainPower, Kevin Ryan, TechnologyOne Business Development Manager, Rachael Calvesbert, IT Manager – MainPower, and Darren White – TechnologyOne Solutions Manager for Utilities.

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