AVATA joins Oracle Cloud Excellence Implementer (CEI) programme

By Dale Benton
A leading provider of critical cloud and supply chain management software solutions and services has been recognised as a certified partner to accelerat...

A leading provider of critical cloud and supply chain management software solutions and services has been recognised as a certified partner to accelerate customer’s digital transformation to the cloud.

AVATA, a global leader of Oracle Supply Chain Cloud Applications, ERP, EPM and an Oracle Cloud Co-Development Partner, has joined the Oracle Cloud Excellence Implementer (CEI) Programme and earned a Certified CEI Badge in Supply Chain Management Planning.

“This recognition as an Oracle CEI Partner is significant as it requires a continued investment in training, certification and proven successful customer deployments,” said Anil Thomas, CEO, AVATA."We have many clients deploying Oracle Cloud solutions across the globe. This recognition helps our clients understand that we have invested to reach the highest level of readiness to deploy the Cloud applications. We will continue to invest time and resources to this program which ultimately helps our clients deploy Oracle Cloud products successfully.”

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The CEI Program is designed to work with customers to identify and engage partners with qualifications and proven track records required for successful Oracle Cloud implementations. It will help customers to easily identify partner firms that align to specific project needs as well as minimising risks during the implementation of cloud functionality by working with skilled consultants.

“The CEI Program builds a portfolio of highly capable implementation firms backed by Oracle’s support to ensure customer satisfaction and successful implementations, helping customers realise the full value of Oracle Cloud,” said Camillo Speroni, Vice President, Worldwide Strategic Alliances, Oracle.

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