IT Convergence Achieves Platinum Level in Oracle Partner Network
"Achieving Platinum level in the Oracle Partner Network represents the next step in our long-term growth strategy. - IT Convergence President and founder Patrick Krause.
July 23, 2013 (Newswire.com) - "Achieving Platinum level in the Oracle Partner Network represents the next step in our long-term growth strategy. It was important for us to have Oracle certify our skills and competency achievements across key areas of our business, in this way validating our in-depth product and industry knowledge. Our customers can rest assured knowing that their projects are in the hands of a leading Platinum-certified Oracle partner" explains IT Convergence President and founder Patrick Krause.
The Oracle Partner Network (OPN) is a collaborative partnership program designed to allow companies to demonstrate their breadth of expertise on Oracle Products. The network provides a simple and effective way to connect Oracle partners with customers who have a need for their advanced expertise.
IT Convergence attained Gold Partner status in 2010, and has now achieved the level of specialization required to climb the next step in the OPN ladder and is already setting its sights on rising to Diamond Partner status in the year to come.
IT Convergence is the premier, global provider of Oracle Enterprise solutions. Through our consulting, education, development, enterprise cloud and managed services, IT Convergence helps customers improve business performance through better use of technology. Since 1998, IT Convergence has successfully partnered with 600 companies in over 50 countries.
In addition to Platinum Status, one of the things that makes IT Convergence unique is the fact that ITC "Takes Its Own Medicine." Which means that in addition to being a service provider, ITC is also a an Oracle end user. This process began in 2004 when IT Convergence began using Oracle Financials 11.5.10, continued through an upgrade to Oracle R12 in 2009, and goes on today as IT Convergence is a member of the Oracle R12.2 Beta Testing program and an Oracle Fusion Applications early adopter.
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