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Prōject scoops four UK Oracle User Group Partner of the Year Awards 2012-13

UKOUG Partner of the year awards 2012

Prōject has been recognised in all of their four nominated categories in the UK Oracle User Group (UKOUG) Partner of the Year Awards 2012-13. The full accolade makes impressive reading:

  • Partner of the Year in the Public Sector category – Gold
  • Partner of the Year in the Business Intelligence (BI) category – Silver
  • Partner of the Year in the E-Business Suite category – Silver
  • Partner of the Year in the Primavera/Projects category – Silver

The UKOUG Partner of the Year Awards are given in recognition of the standard of services enjoyed by Oracle users across a wide range of IT solutions. The Awards are especially prized as they are the only awards of their type voted purely by customers and end-users. Interestingly, twice as many end-users voted in this year’s awards than last.

The range of nominations can be attributed to Prōject’s strategy to broaden their scope of specialisms since achieving Partner Awards in 2011 as a BI practice and for their success in implementing Oracle Primavera and Projects systems.

In addition to Prōjects’s nominations for its success in the same categories this year, the company gained recognition for its provision and services in Oracle E-Business Suite, which is new territory for its expanding consulting teams. Prōject also received the Gold award for their work across the Public Sector as a whole.

Donna Butchart, managing director of Prōject, said, “We cannot thank our customers enough for voting so strongly for us this year. All of our teams work hard to improve their product and specialist knowledge, and continuously raise the bar on service levels. These votes and the awards are for our consulting teams, technicians and administrators. They are a clear testimony that their efforts are recognised and that we are achieving consistently high standards across all our practices.

However, industry awards are not given simply for personal effort – our customers demand and expect tangible results in return for their investment in IT, and we judge our success by the business improvements we help make for them. We embrace every opportunity to develop our service range as Oracle continues to come up with great products and initiatives. You can expect more of the same through the next year as we introduce more specialisms and grow our client base in strategically selected markets.

 

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19 Oct 2012 by Ellen Draper