Inoapps Bags Prestigious Industry Award (UK)

Inoapps Bags Prestigious Industry Award (UK)

A Scottish business has been awarded a prestigious industry award for the second time in three years at an international ceremony.

Inoapps, which is headquartered in Aberdeen and has offices in Edinburgh and Derby, has been awarded the Oracle Specialized Partner of the Year Award for Oracle Accelerate for Midsize Companies in the Europe, Middle East and Africa region. The award was presented at a prestigious ceremony in San Francisco last night (1st October), during Oracle’s OpenWorld event.

Inoapps, which was launched in Aberdeen in 2006, is the leading Oracle Platinum Partner and Oracle Applications specialist in the UK, providing integrated business software and hardware systems.

Oracle and IDC (International Data Corporation) judges recognised Inoapps for demonstrating outstanding performance in Specialization and innovation of Oracle-based solutions and services, and having achieved strong customer success with Oracle technology, hardware, middleware and applications.

The firm specialises in Oracle applications and technologies for a range of industries, including oil and gas, telecommunications, manufacturing, education, engineering and construction and the public and financial sectors.

Inoapps also secured the same award in 2010.

Andy Bird, CEO at Inoapps, said: “We are delighted to be awarded the Oracle Specialized Partner of the Year Award for Oracle Accelerate for Midsize Companies in EMEA for the second time in three years. This award is a true reflection of our ability to deliver rapid, cost effective and tangible results for our customers. We provide high quality and innovative solutions that enable greater business agility and ensure faster, more informed and effective decision-making. We have achieved a first-class reputation across our customer base and it is testament to the efforts of the whole team to be recognised by Oracle.”

David Callaghan, Senior Vice President, Oracle Alliances and Channels EMEA said: “I offer my sincere congratulations to Inoapps. They have demonstrated an outstanding level of innovation and excellence in becoming Specialized with Oracle and delivering winning, proven solutions that solve customers’ most critical business challenges. Inoapps has demonstrated tangible success, enthusiasm and pride in their Oracle solutions. We are proud to be involved with them and wish them the greatest success for the future.”

Press Release, October 03, 2012

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