TechnologyOne wins five ECM contracts

TechnologyOne (ASX: TNE) announced today that five customers have signed contracts to implement its Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solution as part of enterprise software deals worth more than $1.2M.

Victorian Councils City of Casey and Hepburn, as well as Mercy Health Care Central Queensland, Arts South Australia and the National Research Institute of Papua New Guinea (NRI PNG) have all signed up for the document management software.

TechnologyOne General Manager ECM Geoff Moore said the sales were secured as a result of ECM’s ability to integrate easily with other TechnologyOne systems to help customers comply with legislation.

“A reliable and easy to use ECM solution is becoming a more important part of organisations’ technology suites, particularly in government organisations, where it is mandatory for employees to comply with legislative record-keeping and information management responsibilities,” Mr Moore said.

The integration between TechnologyOne’s Property & Rating system and ECM software was a key differentiator in the City of Casey sale and will assist the Council with governance and records compliance and improve the Development Application process.

The purchase of TechnologyOne ECM completes a grants management solution for Arts South Australia, while Mercy Health Care Central Queensland and Hepburn Council will implement the board and meeting management solution, and NRI PNG will adopt the full core ECM suite for document and records management.

“ECM is a logical business process for many organisations as it eliminates the need for multiple stand-alone systems and repositories and allows for easy document retrieval,” Mr Moore said.

“The software’s seamless integration with other core applications improves productivity, increases efficiency, enhances business processes and it’s easy to use and manage – a key factor in increasing the take-up rate of users.”