Data Intensity Achieves Platinum Status in Oracle PartnerNetwork
Industry Leader in Managed and Cloud Services for Oracle Technologies and Applications Completes Partnership Status with Oracle Linux and Virtualization Specializations, Expands Expertise Into Additional Areas Including Oracle RAC 11g
BEDFORD, Mass. – August 28, 2014 – Data Intensity, the industry leader in managed and cloud services for Oracle technologies and applications, announced today that it has renewed Platinum Partner status in the Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), a distinction that the company has held since Oracle introduced the current partnership levels in 2011.
As a Platinum partner, Data Intensity is part of an elite group of companies recognized for their commitment and expertise. Oracle reserves this status for organizations that have met or exceeded a stringent set of requirements around training certification (for sales, pre-sales, implementation and support staff), customer references and transactions. Platinum partners must also achieve at least five qualifying specializations. To reach this level, Data Intensity attained specializations in eight areas, including Oracle Business Intelligence Foundation Suite 11g, Oracle Database 11g and Oracle Database 11g Performance Tuning, Oracle Real Application Clusters 11g, Oracle Linux 5 and Oracle VM 3.
“From the day Data Intensity was founded more than a decade ago, our solutions and services have focused entirely on enterprise application management and managed cloud services for Oracle – and now, we’re one of the largest Oracle providers in the world, we have unique capabilities to deliver cloud services based on Red Stack, and our application management experience is unsurpassed,” said Marc Caruso, Chief Technology Officer of Data Intensity. “Achieving Platinum status is important to us – not only as a way to strengthen our partnership with Oracle, but also to continue to build on the expertise of the certified implementation resources on staff who are responsible for hundreds of successful Oracle deployments around the world.”
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