All of us at dsp are very proud to announce that we have won two awards at the UK Oracle User Group (UKOUG) Partner of the Year Awards 2017/18!
On the 12th October, the UK OUG celebrated its 10th anniversary of recognising excellent work, great achievements, and valuable contributions to Oracle users in the UK. This year’s event featured a masquerade-themed celebration at The Hurlington Club, coupled with fire and magic for entertainment.
In addition to the extravagance, awards were handed out to UK OUG partners as voted for by Oracle customers – voting this year increased by 60%. Because winners are selected based on Oracle users, it is ensured that those prizes are awarded to businesses that truly prioritise their customer experience and the service they offer.
dsp were nominated and winners in both of the awards below:
• UKOUG Database Partner of the Year
• UKOUG Manages Services (Outsourcing and Operations) Partner of the Year – Technology
We’d like to say a gracious thank you to UK OUG for setting up these awards and an even bigger thank you to our fantastic customers and Oracle users who voted for us. We continually strive to deliver unparalleled customer service and deliver Oracle solutions that put you first – making your Oracle databases the most efficient, optimised and highly available.
The UKOUG Partner of the Year Awards gives vendors the chance to see partners of UKOUG receive the recognition they deserve for work and contributions to the Oracle community. Because votes come from Oracle end users, the awards are an unbiased and independent reflection of which vendors are excelling within the industry from a customer perspective. You can see pictures from the 2016/17 event by following this link.
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