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Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Resourcery attains Oracle Gold partnership

Resourcery Plc has attained the Gold Partner Level of its technology partner Oracle, according to a senior research analyst with the firm, Olaseni Olorunfemi.

Resourcery, Olorunfemi said in Lagos, has a comprehensive access to the Oracle product portfolio and could deliver customized solutions to businesses that use Oracle as a strategic data source.

“Achievement of the Gold Partner Level is recognition by Oracle of Resourcery’s in-depth skills and investments in the chosen product focus areas,” Olorunfemi said.

Also, official said that Resourcery intends to continue its growth as a leading technology organization by providing comprehensive Oracle applications, middleware and database solutions spanning areas such as business intelligence (BI), customer relationship management (CRM) and document management to name a few.

The new Oracle Gold Partner level status, Olorunfemi said, allows Resourcery to broaden its solutions portfolio and sales opportunities, while increasing customer retention.

“With access to Oracle’s premier products, technical services, marketing and sales support, this new development will help Resourcery gain expertise across Oracle solutions, towards becoming a differentiator for its clients across various industries,” the analyst said.

ITRealms Online recalls that Oracle Partner Network is a global business network of companies who deliver innovative solutions based on Oracle software, just as the new Oracle Gold Partner would enhance Resourcery’s capabilities to meet customer needs and deliver superior business solutions.

The attainment of the Gold partnership is in line with the company’s strategic vision of becoming Africa’s leading provider of cutting-edge ICT solutions.

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