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|02 Dec 2021||$0.1009||59.96%||Final||17 Dec 2021|
|03 Jun 2021||$0.0382||59.95%||Interim||18 Jun 2021|
|03 Dec 2020||$0.0941||60.04%||Final||18 Dec 2020|
|28 May 2020||$0.0347||59.94%||Interim||12 Jun 2020|
|28 Nov 2019||$0.0878||60.02%||Final||13 Dec 2019|
|30 May 2019||$0.0315||74.92%||Interim||14 Jun 2019|
|29 Nov 2018||$0.0200||75.00%||Special Cash||14 Dec 2018|
|29 Nov 2018||$0.0616||75.00%||Final||14 Dec 2018|
|31 May 2018||$0.0286||75.17%||Interim||15 Jun 2018|
|28 Nov 2017||$0.0200||75.00%||Special||14 Dec 2017|
|28 Nov 2017||$0.0560||75.00%||Final||14 Dec 2017|
|01 Jun 2017||$0.0260||75.00%||Interim||16 Jun 2017|
|28 Nov 2016||$0.0200||100.00%||Special||14 Dec 2016|
|28 Nov 2016||$0.0509||100.00%||Final||14 Dec 2016|
|01 Jun 2016||$0.0236||100.00%||Interim||17 Jun 2016|
|30 Nov 2015||$0.0200||100.00%||Special||16 Dec 2015|
|30 Nov 2015||$0.0463||100.00%||Final||16 Dec 2015|
|01 Jun 2015||$0.0215||100.00%||17 Jun 2015|
|01 Dec 2014||$0.0200||100.00%||Special Cash||17 Dec 2014|
|01 Dec 2014||$0.0421||100.00%||Final||17 Dec 2014|
|04 Jun 2014||$0.0195||100.00%||16 Jun 2014|
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ASX tech share TechnologyOne Ltd (ASX: TNE) has grown from a factory in the industrial suburbs of Brisbane to become Australia’s largest enterprise software company. The company provides software-as-a-service (SaaS) enterprise software to more than 1,200 corporations, governments, and universities, utilities and managed services markets.
Technology One’s products include financials, HR and payroll, supply chain and business intelligence. TNE also offers custom software development services for large scale, purpose built applications.
Headquartered in Brisbane, Technology One has 14 offices throughout Australia, New Zealand, Asia, the South Pacific and the United Kingdom.
Technology One shares first listed on the ASX in 1999. In the ensuing years, the company has grown to sit comfortably alongside its peers on the S&P/ASX 200 Index (ASX: XJO).
The company's most recent FY19 results marked its 10th consecutive year of record profits. Investors in TNE shares also receive a dividend payment, making it one of a small group of ASX tech shares that distribute dividends.
|20 Jan 2022||$10.90||$-0.08||-0.73%||581,095||$10.70||$11.00||$10.70|
|19 Jan 2022||$10.98||$-0.17||-1.52%||681,322||$11.00||$11.15||$10.95|
|18 Jan 2022||$11.15||$-0.22||-1.93%||685,637||$11.50||$11.53||$11.13|
|17 Jan 2022||$11.37||$0.23||2.06%||425,619||$11.09||$11.41||$11.02|
|14 Jan 2022||$11.14||$-0.32||-2.79%||752,102||$10.95||$11.25||$10.77|
|13 Jan 2022||$11.46||$-0.08||-0.69%||489,518||$11.43||$11.51||$11.33|
|12 Jan 2022||$11.54||$0.12||1.05%||652,464||$11.54||$11.68||$11.46|
|11 Jan 2022||$11.42||$-0.18||-1.55%||516,223||$11.80||$11.80||$11.41|
|10 Jan 2022||$11.60||$-0.21||-1.78%||680,315||$11.51||$11.64||$11.43|
|07 Jan 2022||$11.81||$-0.02||-0.17%||502,556||$12.04||$12.04||$11.76|
|06 Jan 2022||$11.83||$-0.45||-3.66%||828,321||$11.96||$12.07||$11.78|
|05 Jan 2022||$12.28||$-0.79||-6.04%||716,244||$12.78||$12.90||$12.28|
|04 Jan 2022||$13.07||$0.26||2.03%||352,420||$13.00||$13.14||$12.88|
|31 Dec 2021||$12.81||$-0.19||-1.46%||191,879||$12.87||$13.02||$12.81|
|30 Dec 2021||$13.00||$-0.03||-0.23%||315,029||$13.02||$13.06||$12.86|
|29 Dec 2021||$13.03||$0.24||1.88%||496,679||$12.95||$13.07||$12.88|
|24 Dec 2021||$12.79||$-0.02||-0.16%||182,017||$12.91||$12.94||$12.76|
|23 Dec 2021||$12.81||$-0.02||-0.16%||334,390||$12.85||$12.92||$12.72|
|22 Dec 2021||$12.83||$-0.01||-0.08%||809,349||$12.77||$12.87||$12.61|
|09 Jul 2021||Patrick (Pat) O'Sullivan||Buy||15||$141,054||
|01 Jun 2021||Adrian Di Marco||Sell||3||$26,100,000||
|01 Jun 2021||John Mactaggart||Sell||4||$34,800,000||
|Mr Adrian Di Marco||Executive DirectorExecutive Chairman||Jul 1987||
Mr Marco has over 35 years experience in the software industry. Mr Di Marco has played a role in promoting the Australian IT industry and is a past director of the Australian Information Industry Association. He has been a director of a number of IT companies. He has also been part of charitable organisations and is a past director of the Royal Children's Hospital Foundation Board.
|Mr Ronald (Ron) McLean||Non-Executive Director||Jul 2004||
Mr McLean has more than 40 years experience in the enterprise software industry including holding Senior Executive and Managing Director roles in international and Australian software companies. His involvement in the enterprise software industry has had include to led and manage software development, consulting and sales and marketing teams.
|Mr John Dugald Mactaggart||Non-Executive Director||Jul 1987||
Mr Mactaggart has experience spans industries such as agriculture, agri-tech, manufacturing and software. He is a co-founder of Brisbane Angels, and an investor and mentor in a number of ventures.
|Ms Sharon Doyle||Non-Executive Director||Feb 2018||
Ms Doyle is the executive chair and owner of corporate advisory firm, InterFinancial Corporate Finance Limited. Ms Doyle's leadership of InterFinancial has seen her develop a practice providing advice for technology and other IP-rich, growth companies. She also has international experience managing merger, acquisition and private equity processes across the technology industry. Ms Doyle was previously Vice President at Mincom. Ms Doyle is a Non-Executive Director at Auto & General. He is a member of the Risk and Governance Committee.
|Mr Richard Charles Anstey||Non-Executive Director||Dec 2005||
Mr Anstey has a career spanned over 40 years. His first company, Tangent Group Pty Ltd. With the sale of Tangent, he then co-founded lnQbator/iQFunds in 2000, an early stage investment group focused upon the technology, telecommunications and life sciences sectors. Through iQFunds and personally, he has co-invested in more than 30 companies with the support of Commonwealth and State Government programs, Venture Capital Funds and both corporate and personal investors. Mr Anstey is a Board Member at the Queensland AI Hub and at the QUT Entrepreneurship within the Queensland University of Technology. Mr Anstey now continues his career in venture capital and corporate advisory roles through iQ360 Pty Ltd. He chairs the Governance Committee.
|Dr Jane Andrews||Non-Executive Director||Feb 2016||
Dr Andrews has more than 15 years leadership experience in research and innovation-based organisations. As a founder and investor in companies, Dr Andrews has experience in corporate strategy, entrepreneurship, commercialisation, innovation, research and development. Dr Andrews is a member of the Risk and Governance Committee.
|Mr Patrick (Pat) Redmond Joseph O'Sullivan||Lead Independent DirectorNon-Executive Deputy ChairmanNon-Executive Director||Mar 2021||
Mr O'Sullivan has over 30 years of international commercial and business management experience across a range of industries spanning the internet, media, telecommunications, technology and more recently, health sectors. He is a seasoned executive having been Senior Audit Manager for Price Waterhouse before becoming Chief Financial Officer of Goodman Fielder Ltd, Sing Tel Optus Pty Limited, and Chief Operating Officer and Finance Director of Nine Entertainment Co Holding Limited. He also has ASX board experience being the current Chair of Carsales.com and non-executive director of Afterpay Limited. Previously Pat has been a non-executive director of Marley Spoon AG, APN Outdoor Group Limited, iSentia, iiNet Limited and iSelect Limited. Pat is also Deputy Chair of Calvary Health and Chair of the Australian charity, dreams2live4.
|Mr Edward James Chung||Chief Executive Officer||May 2008||
Mr Chung is a fellow of the Tax Institute of Australia and an Associate Member of the AICD. Prior to joining TechnologyOne as Operating Officer, Corporate Services, Mr Chung was Chief Financial Officer of Queensland Rail, leading a finance team of approximately 300 staff. He was responsible for the areas of accounting, tax and treasury functions, as well as strategy and merger and acquisition activity. Mr Chung's experience spans corporate law, audit, senior finance and commercial roles in both the public and private sector.
|Mr Clifford Johann Rosenberg||Non-Executive Director||Feb 2019||
Mr Rosenberg has more than 20 years experience to led change and innovation in technology and media companies. As the former Managing Director of LinkedIn for Australia, NZ and South-East Asia, Mr. Rosenberg started the Australian office in 2009 and oversaw the expansion of LinkedIn in Australia. Previously, he was Managing Director at Yahoo Australia and New Zealand, and prior to that role he was the founder and Managing Director of iTouch Australia NZ where he grew the Australian office to one of the mobile content and application providers in Australia. Mr Rosenberg has more than seven years experience on the boards of publicly listed companies. He was also a Non-Executive Director with Dimmi (online reservations company bought by Tripadvisor.com in May 2015).
|Mr Peter Ball||Non-Executive Director||Mar 2020||
Mr Ball has enjoyed a career in the professional services sector spanning nearly 40 years, initially in audit both nationally and internationally, with the last 30 years in management consulting. Mr Ball has been a Partner with KPMG for some 25 years providing a range of professional services and advice to both public and private sector organisations. He has also held senior roles with KPMG including the national leader of KPMG's Planning and Economic Development service line and recently as national partner in charge of the finance and operations for KPMG's Government Advisory Practice. Mr Ball's work involves providing economic, commercial and business improvement advice to enable organisations to make informed business decisions. During his management consulting career Mr Ball has worked across a number of industries including tourism and leisure, gaming and wagering, arts and sports, and state and local governments. He has been a adviser to government with respect to projects and events including the Sydney 2000 and planned SEQ 2032 Olympics, Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, casino projects in all states and territories including Queensland's proposed Global Tourism Hubs. Mr Ball has also led international projects in the tourism and leisure sector. He is also part of the community/not-for-profit sector having been a Director of Alzheimer's Queensland for the past 10 years. He also Chairs the Risk Committee.
|Mr Paul Jobbins||Chief Financial OfficerOperating Officer- Corporate ServicesCompany Secretary||Dec 2019||
|Mr Stephen Kennedy||Head of Governance Risk and ComplianceCompany Secretary||Apr 2017||
|Paul Jobbins||Chief Financial OfficerOperating Officer- Corporate ServicesCompany Secretary||
|Stuart MacDonald||Chief Operating Officer||
|Stephen Kennedy||Head of Governance Risk and ComplianceCompany Secretary||
|JL Mactaggart Holdings Pty Ltd||30,902,500||9.62%|
|Masterbah Pty Ltd||20,378,500||6.35%|
|Hyperion Asset Management||14,166,960||4.41%|
|Selector Funds Management||13,571,847||4.23%|
|Modrian Investment Partners||11,111,305||3.46%|
|Invesco (Oppenheimer Funds)||10,580,024||3.29%|
|Wasatch Global Investors||8,225,822||2.56%|
|First Sentier Investors||8,076,881||2.52%|
|Acadian Asset Management||7,894,053||2.46%|
|Vanguard Investments Australia||7,042,164||2.19%|
|Dimensional Fund Advisors||6,167,228||1.92%|
|Vinva Investment Management||6,144,894||1.91%|
|State Street Global Advisors||5,682,082||1.77%|
|Blackrock Investment Management (San Fransisco)||5,108,450||1.59%|
|Blackrock Investment Management (Sydney)||4,651,993||1.45%|
|Columbia Wanger Asset Management||4,428,628||1.38%|