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Infosys strengthens relationship with Oracle to deliver next wave of services innovation

Bangalore, Oct 1 : Infosys, a global leader in technology, consulting and services, on Wednesday announced that it is extending its relationship with Oracle to enhance support for a range of innovative solutions and services on new technology platforms.

These platforms will enable enterprises to use Oracle products to reshape their business and create new innovation ecosystems.

Chief Executive Officer of Infosys, Vishal Sikka, made the announcements in his keynote address at the Oracle OpenWorld.

Infosys will use its Oracle PartnerNetwork Diamond Level Partner status, its global network of Innovation Centers, and its extensive experience of implementing Oracle solutions in more than 30 countries to help their joint clients gain lasting competitive advantage driven by the latest technology advancements.

Ravi Kumar, Executive Vice President and Global Head, Oracle Practice, Infosys, said: “Infosys has worked with Oracle to create a wide range of service offerings to help our joint clients take advantage of the transformational power of software. Oracle continues to develop their products to help businesses compete and grow. Combining the innovation power of Oracle and the global consulting and systems integration expertise of Infosys will enable organizations to redesign and transform their operations and derive increasing value from existing and emerging technologies.”

Derek Williams, Executive Vice President, Oracle, said: “I am pleased to see the continued commitment and investment from Infosys across the Oracle portfolio. Infosys teams with our sales organization to provide differentiated value in our joint sales cycles and implementation services to enable successful customer go lives. In addition, they have worked with us on co-development projects. Their Diamond level sponsorship at Oracle OpenWorld is another example of their level of continued commitment.”

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