Inoapps to provide professional and managed services to Oracle IaaS and PaaS customers
Oracle Platinum Partner Inoapps has been named by Oracle the the first UK partner with IaaS specialisation to join its new Global Managed Service Provider (MSP) programme.
Inoapps will provide professional and managed services to Oracle IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) and PaaS (Platform as a Service) customers, spanning readiness assessments, migration and full implementation and managed services.
The scheme will only be available to Partners who have a Global Managed Service capability, so only a select group that will qualify for the new Oracle accreditation.
Oracle says the new programme reflects the industry move toward datacentre transformation, with many existing Oracle Technology and application customers choosing to outsource their datacentres to public cloud. The Oracle Cloud MSP programme “will identify and recognise partners that have the skills, tools and processes to build, deploy, run, and manage both Oracle and non-Oracle workloads on the Oracle Cloud Platform,” says the company.
“Being the first partner to receive this accreditation is a recognition of the quality, precision and excellence which Inoapps delivers in meeting our customers’ requirements across the globe. It also underlines why we have won both Oracle’s EMEA and Global Cloud Transformation Partner Awards for 2016,” said Andy Bird, CEO of Inoapps.
“Whether it’s moving to and maintaining an Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) set up or developing a PaaS for SaaS application that boosts your business innovation, Inoapps has the answer. Users gain all the benefits of the cloud along with considerable flexibility. The potential cost savings and performance benefits that we can now offer CEOs and FDs are significant and we look forward to transforming enterprise systems for numerous organisations across the globe.”
Inoapps has clients across a range of industry sectors including energy, engineering, construction, travel, financial services, healthcare, gaming and manufacturing as well as local and central government. In 2016 the firm launched a new Enterprise Change division to provide clients with expertise to support their Oracle cloud journey.