On Thursday 13th October it was announced that dsp had been named winner of the Managed Services Partner of the Year Award at the ninth annual UK Oracle User Group Partner of the Year Awards.
The awards were held at the Cafe de Paris, London; and received nearly 5000 votes from more than 2800 Oracle end-users around the world. These prestigious awards provide recognition to UKOUG Partners for the contribution that they make by offering their services to Oracle users. dsp was named winner of the Gold Award for Managed Services Partner of the year and the Bronze award for database partner of the year.
Linda Barker, President of UKOUG commented “We at UKOUG are delighted once again to be hosting the Partner of the Year Awards. These awards recognise the very best of the Oracle partner community, as voted exclusively by Oracle customers. Winning a Partner of the Year Award is an unequalled achievement and a true, independent reflection of exceptional quality within the partner community.”dsp thoroughly deserved their award win which represents their outstanding success within the Managed Services Partner of the year category.
Phil Huntley, Co-founder and CEO at dsp said, “We are honoured to receive the Managed Services Partner of the Year award amongst such a strong group of finalists. dsp are delighted to be recognised as one of the leading partners within the UK Oracle User Group community. Winning the Managed Services Partner of the Year award and knowing that nearly 5000 votes were cast from Oracle customers is a real testament to the support and service dsp has provided to the Oracle community throughout the past 12 months.”
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