Under the deal, TechnologyOne will receive brand exposure across coaching apparel, as well as in-stadium at home games.
Lightning chief executive Danielle Smith said she was excited to collaborate with TechnologyOne as the club’s newest partner.
“TechnologyOne signing on as our inaugural Coaching Partner provides a great connection between the organisations, particularly from a leadership perspective," Smith said.
“This strategic partnership will enable Lightning’s coaching talent to engage with TechnologyOne across many leadership and community-based initiatives.
“Attracting a high-calibre, Queensland based commercial partner like TechnologyOne further solidifies Lightning’s reputation as an elite high performance organisation both on and off the court.”
TechnologyOne chief operating officer Stuart Macdonald said the partnership with Sunshine Coast Lightning would benefit both parties and the wider Queensland community.
“As a company with strong Queensland roots, we’re proud to be supporting Sunshine Coast Lightning this season.
“We’re deeply committed to supporting our local community and given the netball club is based in our very own backyard, this partnership opportunity felt like a perfect synergy.
“Through the TechnologyOne Foundation, our partnership with grassroot organisations has made a real impact on the communities we operate in.
“We look forward to developing the partnership with the Sunshine Coast Lightning.”