Oracle announces Britehouse partnership across SADC

Britehouse has announced that it will act as a globally accredited Managed Services Provider for Oracle – one of the first SADC-based organisations to attain this accreditation.

The program is aimed at partners who possess the necessary capabilities to build, implement, and manage Oracle and non-Oracle workloads on the Oracle Cloud Platform.

With over 30,000 businesses investing heavily into Oracle and with only four MSP partners in the SADC region, there has been an acute need for a capable partner to join the community and help these customers implement and manage their digital transformation initiatives, said the company in a statement.

“This is a natural partnership, as both Britehouse and Oracle are committed to driving digital transformation, and through our relationship and extensive work with Oracle, we will be better able to develop innovative Cloud solutions, platforms, and services that will help Oracle customers accelerate their journey towards a more agile enterprise infrastructure that is designed, and therefore prepared for the digital era,” said Daniel Robus, Britehouse’s Oracle channel director.

The partnership will mean that businesses will no longer have to purchase their cloud-based software from Oracle and then seek out assistance from another provider to implement their digital solutions

Instead, Britehouse has promised to offer enterprise-wide cloud solutions to clients on any workload in one streamlined package, giving them the strong foundation required to manage critical workloads in the Cloud, with less cost and complexity.

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Oracle announces Britehouse partnership across SADC