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dsp has been shortlisted for the UKOUG Partner of the Year Awards


UK Oracle User Group has revealed the shortlisted companies for this year’s Partner of the Year Awards which features 18 award categories.

We are honored to announce that dsp has been shortlisted for the E-Business Suite, Database and Managed ServicesPartner of the Year Awards.

The announcement follows an initial round of nomination judging by a team of adjudicators formed from UKOUG’s end-user members. Over 45 entries were judged and whittled down to form up to six shortlisted Partner entries per category, who will now compete for the prestigious awards.


UKOUG invites Oracle end-users to vote for their preferred Partners in Bronze, Silver and Gold positions, in as many categories that are relevant to them.

Vote before 15th September –

For more information and to view the rules around the voting process, click here

The Awards

The eighteen categories are:

Primavera and Oracle Projects, E-Business Suite, Hyperion, Customer Relationship Management (CRM) – Including Sales, Service and Marketing Automation, PeopleSoft, JD Edwards, ISV, Database, Middleware, Business Intelligence, Innovative (Product /Service), Training, Managed Services (Outsourcing and Operations), Small Business/General Business, Operating Systems, Storage and Hardware, Engineered Systems, Fusion Applications,  Emerging (new products), Independent Partner of the Year Award.

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