Oracle OpenWorld San Francisco honors Deloitte
While the global supply chain is only part of the event’s focus, there was a significant announcement made when Deloitte was named a Diamond level partner, the highest ranking available in Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) Specialized program
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Oracle OpenWorld San Francisco, the information technology event dedicated to helping businesses optimize existing systems and understand upcoming technology breakthroughs, drew more than 45,000 attendees from 117 countries this past week.
And while the global supply chain is only part of the event’s focus, there was a significant announcement made when Deloitte was named a Diamond level partner, the highest ranking available in Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) Specialized program.
“Deloitte member firms have long been an important Oracle global service provider in the applications and technology marketplace,” said Andy Bailey, senior vice president, Strategic Alliances, Oracle. “It’s achievement of Diamond status reflects its ongoing commitment to covering the full breadth of the Oracle product portfolio, including its early focus on tapping the potential of the Oracle Fusion Applications and Oracle Exastack offerings to deliver increased value and efficiencies to joint customers around the globe.”
The Diamond level status in OPN formally recognizes Deloitte member firms’ breadth and depth of services across the entire stack of Oracle Applications, Oracle Fusion Middleware and Oracle servers and storage.
Deloitte member firms throughout the world provide access to over 10,000 Oracle-focused practitioners as well as to thousands of professionals with capabilities in tax, finance, human resources, risk, and business consulting.
Deloitte’s unique blend of multi-disciplinary capabilities distinguishes it as one of the few professional service organizations that can provide an extensive, global perspective across the full spectrum of business issues faced by multinational enterprises.
As the Marquee sponsor of Oracle OpenWorld 2011, Deloitte’s achievement of Diamond status further demonstrates its strategic commitment to strengthening its relationship with Oracle and delivering business value to joint clients.
Deloitte member firms’ globally recognized Oracle practices have achieved 28 Specializations across Oracle Applications, technology and hardware stack; spanning key Oracle product areas such as the Oracle E-Business Suite, Oracle’s JD Edwards, Oracle’s Siebel CRM, Oracle SOA Suite, Oracle’s PeopleSoft, and Oracle Business Intelligence Applications.
Deloitte also has five Advanced Specializations in Oracle E-Business Suite Financial Management, Oracle E-Business Suite Supply Chain Management, Oracle’s Siebel CRM, Oracle Service-Oriented Architecture and Oracle’s PeopleSoft PeopleTools.
About the AuthorPatrick Burnson, Executive Editor Patrick Burnson is executive editor for Logistics Management and Supply Chain Management Review magazines and web sites. Patrick is a widely-published writer and editor who has spent most of his career covering international trade, global logistics, and supply chain management. He lives and works in San Francisco, providing readers with a Pacific Rim perspective on industry trends and forecasts. You can reach him directly at [email protected]
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