The company has already begun its 2013 graduate recruitment drive, and the number of students registering interest has tripled on last year. That's fortunate, as TechnologyOne also wants to triple its graduate intake.
Executive chairman Adrian Di Marco said such employees would ensure the company’s future success. "For our cloud products to meet our very high expectations, they will have to deliver 100% of the functions our customers want in three clicks or less."
The company has been working with Queensland University of Technology on the design of courses that provide graduates with the right skills, including software, business, reasoning, qualitative analysis, and tackling real world problems.