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Oracle honours local partners at ANZ Partner Awards

03 Aug 17

Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, Accenture, PrimeQ, M-Power and Nextgen were among the winners at Oracle’s annual ANZ Partner Awards, held in Sydney last week.

Around 100 partners attended the event, which saw Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu take out the ANZ Regional Partner of the Year award, with Nextgen Distribution winning the Value Added Distributor Partner of the Year award.

Accenture’s win came for CX Cloud Partner of the Year, with PrimeQ taking out the ERP Cloud division, and M-Power winning EPM Cloud Partner of the Year.

Pinpoint HRM was named HCM Cloud Partner of the Year, with Wipro winning PaaS/IaaS Cloud Partner of the Year and NTT Com ICT Solutions taking out the Systems/Hybrid Cloud Partner of the Year.

The awards, highlighting excellence within Oracle’s Australian and New Zealand partner base, were presented at the ANZ Partner Forum held at Sydney’s Four Seasons Hotel last week.

Attendees at the partner forum also heard about Oracle’s FY18 cloud strategy, with the event also designed to reinforce the vendor’s continued focus and support of the partner community and its customers.

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