Computer systems are created, used, and decommissioned. With records needing to be retained for legislative purposes, Claremont provides a cost-effective and future-proof archiving solution.
Moving Oracle on-premise applications to the Claremont Cloud™ provides organisations with the flexibility to tackle challenges around operational efficiency, functionality and speed.
Claremont offers hosting on our Cloud platform, Claremont Cloud™, as well as on dedicated private hardware that we lease to customers. We can also co-locate customers’ hardware in our data centres.
Claremont's gender pay gap report system, designed for Oracle users, provides the source data and required calculations to help you meet the legislative requirements.
Claremont's award winning Managed Services provides customers with consistent and first class support for their Oracle technology, and a delivery approach that's defined by the customer’s individual business needs.
Managed Services For
Oracle's Cloud Applications
Cloud Applications change organisations’ support requirements, bringing new and unique challenges. To address these, Claremont introduced our Managed Services for Oracle Cloud Applications.
There are many legacy Oracle technologies and databases still supporting businesses. Our DBA teams offer peace of mind, commercial and operational certainty, flexible support and meaningful SLAs.
Oracle E-Business 4th
Oracle EBS R12.1 Support is nearing its end of life. Customers running REBS 12.1 beyond 2021 face a drop in their support services, but our 4th Line Service is designed to bridge that gap and keep you up to date.
We work with many public sector institutions, who reply on us to support and manage their Oracle technology. Available at local and national level for all departments with a focus on service excellence.
Premier Support for Oracle E-Business R12.1 expires at the end of 2021. Organisations are therefore required to upgrade to R12.2 to continue benefiting from Oracle support until 2030.
Choosing The Right
Cloud White Paper
A guide for choosing the best cloud for your Oracle system. We assess various Oracle Cloud hosting platforms, including Amazon’s Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.