Oracle PartnerNetwork Specialized Status for MavenWire
MavenWire, a leading provider of enterprise transportation management solutions, has been a gold member of Oracle Transportation Management’s Oracle PartnerNetwork since 2007. The global provider announced today it has achieved a specialized status for Oracle Transportation Management within value chain execution, being the first Oracle PartnerNetwork partner to do so, both within the U.S. and worldwide.
“This is a great recognition that emphasizes and solidifies the relationship we have with Oracle,” said Samuel Levin, Co-founder and Managing Director of MavenWire. “Being specialized reflects the caliber of quality we deliver to our customers and celebrates the unique level of expertise customers can expect from us.”
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A stringent set of requirements is outlined by Oracle in order for partners to be awarded with the specialized status, meaning MavenWire is being recognized for its ability to effectively meet the needs and priorities of customers and the partner community. The title also speaks to MavenWire’s proven expertise in delivering services specifically centered around Oracle through competency development and business results.
MavenWire’s success in the industry is due to its combined in-depth transportation industry experience and an extensive background in IT software applications. These factors allow the company to provide superior quality logistics and supply chain consultancy.
“MavenWire’s expertise, proven approach and support of the Oracle Value Chain Execution solutions is exemplified in becoming the first partner to achieve Specialization in OTM,” said Director of Value Chain Alliances with Oracle Dusty Knight.
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