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Oracle solutions for mid-sized Sri Lankan companies

DMS Software Technologies (Pvt) Ltd (DMS) recently highlighted the new Oracle Accelerate solutions for mid-size companies in Sri Lanka at an event in Colombo. The solution combines Oracle Applications and Oracle Business Accelerators with in-built industry functionalities and geography-specific deployment expertise from DMS, These capabilities are packaged specifically to solve business problems in highly targeted areas using rapidly deployable packages, company officials said.

Oracle Business Accelerators are rapid implementation tools, templates and industry- specific process flows provided to Oracle partners to help dramatically reduce implementation time, complexity, cost and risk. DMS, a Certified Advantage Partner of the Oracle PartnerNetwork is currently Sri Lanka’s only Oracle Certified Implementation Partner using Oracle Business Accelerators, the officials said.

Speaking at the event titled ‘Leveraging Business with Oracle Business Accelerators’, Palitha Rodrigo, Director/General Manager, DMS Software Technologies (Pvt) Ltd said, “With the introduction of Oracle Business Accelerators and a Tier 1 ERP solution like the Oracle E-Business Suite, quick, low-risk and affordable IT deployment now becomes a reality for midsize companies across all industries in Sri Lanka.” Dr. Vickum Senanayake, Country Manager – Sri Lanka and Maldives said Oracle Accelerate delivers enterprise class software to midsize companies with a focus on rapid time to value. He said Oracle has more than 25,000 midsize application customers.

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