UK Oracle User Group Announces Partner of the Year Nominations

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UK Oracle User Group (UKOUG) has today announced the shortlist for the Partner of the Year Awards 2009. The UKOUG awards are customer driven and publically recognise and reward the contribution UKOUG Partners bring to Oracle eco-system.

I am very pleased that following the successful launch of these awards last year, so many more companies are now looking to win one or more of these awards which are given by members - i.e. their customers.

UK Oracle User Group (UKOUG) has today announced the shortlist for the Partner of the Year Awards 2009. The UKOUG awards are customer driven and publically recognise and reward the contribution UKOUG Partners bring to Oracle eco-system.

Over 30 companies have been shortlisted across 20 categories. Over 168 entries were received and nominations were rigorously assessed by a panel of UKOUG volunteers to produce the shortlist to be presented to members for voting.

When announcing the shortlist, Ronan Miles, UKOUG chairman said, “I am very pleased that following the successful launch of these awards last year, so many more companies are now looking to win one or more of these awards which are given by members - i.e. their customers.”
Award winners will be chosen by Oracle users to reward the organisations that have given the best service and contribution to customer members over the past 12 months. Winners will be announced and presented their awards at the UKOUG Partner of the Year Awards Ceremony taking place on 1st October 2009 at the Landmark Hotel, London.

The shortlist includes:

  • UKOUG Applications Partner of the Year    

Application Lynx, Atos Origin, DSP Managed Services, Hitachi Consulting, IBM, Mokum Change Management Ltd

  • UKOUG Business Intelligence Partner of the Year     

Capgemini, Hitachi Consulting, IBM, Inatech, Rosetta Stone, SolStonePlus

  • UKOUG Consulting Partner of the Year

Amosca, Application Lynx, Atos Origin, Beoley Mill Software, DSP Managed Services, Version1

  • UKOUG Database Partner of the Year

DSP Managed Services, e-dba, Fujitsu, Inatech, Quantix, Version1

  • UKOUG E-Business Suite Partner of the Year

Atos Origin, Capgemini, DSP Managed Services, Fujitsu, Inatech, Oracle Consulting

  • UKOUG Hyperion Partner of the Year

Amosca, Concentric Solutions, Paragon Consulting Group, PureApps, ReportSource, Rosetta Stone

  • UKOUG Innovation Partner of the Year

DWS, Excel4apps Limited, IBM, InoApps, SolStonePlus, UC4

  • UKOUG JD Edwards Partner of the Year

Beoley Mill Software, Differentia Consulting, DWS, Q Software, Whitehouse Consultants

  • UKOUG Managed Services/ Support Excellence Partner of the Year

Beoley Mill Software, Capgemini, e-dba, Fujitsu, Inatech, Oracle Advanced Services

  • UKOUG Middleware Partner of the Year

Fujitsu, Griffiths Waite, Hitachi Consulting, Inatech, InoApps, Oracle Consulting

  • UKOUG PeopleSoft Partner of the Year

Atos Origin, IBM,

  • UKOUG Project Management/ Project Delivery Partner of the Year

Atos Origin, IBM, InoApps, Mokum Change Management Ltd, Sierra Atlantic Software Services Ltd

  • UKOUG Public Sector Partner of the Year

Application Lynx, Business & Decision, Fujitsu, IBM, Mokum Change Management Ltd, SolStonePlus

  • UKOUG Shared Services Partner of the Year

Fujitsu, IBM, Mokum Change Management Ltd, Patech Solutions

  • UKOUG Siebel Partner of the Year

Innoveer, TCS

  • UKOUG Small Business Partner of the Year

e-dba, Inatech, InoApps, PureApps

  • UKOUG Technology Partner of the Year

Capgemini, DSP Managed Services, e-dba, Fujitsu, IBM, Sierra Atlantic Software Services Ltd

  • UKOUG Training Partner of the Year

IBM, InoApps, Projected Consulting Ltd, ReportSource, Rosetta Stone

About UK Oracle User Group:
UK Oracle User Group (UKOUG) is an independent, not for profit membership organisation created to support Oracle stakeholders. Established over 25 years ago, UKOUG now has over 11,000 member contacts who act as a single independent voice to influence the future design, functionality and technology that is key to all Oracle users.

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