Adrian Di Marco, founder and executive chairman of TechnologyOne, kicked off its Evolve conference this morning with a polite warning to its more than 2200 delegates – niche, homegrown cloud players, and suppliers will not survive the coming revolution.
The Queensland government's Advance Queensland Ignite Ideas fund has been called into question by the founder and CEO of software vendor TechnologyOne.
TechnologyOne founder Adrian Di Marco has taken a stake in accounting software provider Practice Ignition, joining MYOB co-founder Craig Winkler as an investor in the company.
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