Suffolk County Council Case Study
Suffolk County Council is a long-term user of Oracle technology, with established and mature databases supporting many of its critical systems. In the last ten years, the public sector has been subject to demanding budget cuts and Suffolk County Council has been faced with significant challenges to maintain support for critical services to the local community. In 2017, it was clear that under-supported Oracle systems required a Managed Services approach and technical support from an experienced external provider.
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