Smartphones and tablet devices from both Apple and Android manufacturers are a major focus of the new cloud strategy announced today by enterprise applications vendor Technology One. The Australian software company's founding executive chairman Adrian Di Marco told a packed audience that clients had indicated that smart mobile devices were the way they wanted to access many of their business applications.
TechnologyOne clients will soon be able to move all their legacy enterprise software from the company into the cloud within the space of a few days, according to TechOne founder and executive chairman Adrian Di Marco. What's more, the TechOne boss expects all the company's customers will have moved entirely into the cloud within 10 years.
Australia's largest home grown enterprise software provider TechnologyOne has unveiled its cloud strategy with a suite of new online enterprise products called TechnologyOne Cloud. The strategy includes a future roadmap which according to the company's boss Adrian Di Marco, will transform how enterprises select, try, buy, implement and use software.
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