Claremont shortlisted for six UK Oracle User Group awards


The shortlist for the 2019 Partner of the Year Awards has been announced by the UK Oracle User Group (UKOUG).

These awards provide recognition to UKOUG Partners for the contribution that they make by offering their services to Oracle users. Unique to these awards, the winners are decided exclusively by Oracle customers to portray a true reflection of the view of the community and recognise the value that partners bring to end-users.

Recognising the company’s success over the past year, Claremont has been nominated for the following six awards:

– UKOUG Database Partner Of the Year 

– UKOUG ERP Partner Of the Year

– UKOUG HCM Partner Of the Year 

– UKOUG Industry Partner Of the Year 

– UKOUG Managed Services (Outsourcing & Operations) Partner Of the Year – Applications 

– UKOUG Managed Services (Outsourcing & Operations) Partner Of the Year – Technology

The winners for each category will be announced at an awards ceremony at the Kimpton Fitzroy Hotel, London on the  3rd  of October.

Voting is currently underway and will close on Wednesday 11th of September.

Any Oracle user can take part in the voting process, so if you would like to learn more and show your support for Claremont, please click here.

Mark Vivian, CEO of Claremont commented “I’m very proud that Claremont has been nominated for a record six categories for the UKOUG Partner of the Year Awards 2019/20. The team is focused relentlessly on delivery excellence and I’m delighted that they have been recognised in this way.”

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