Informatics inaugurates first Oracle Approved Education Centre in Sri Lanka

For nearly three decades, the Informatics Group has built a reputation as a leader in the IT industry not only as a provider of high quality software solutions locally and internationally, but also as a reliable higher education collaborator affiliated with leading British universities to widen its specialised areas.
Initially, Informatics (Private) Limited established its partnership with Oracle Corporation to market their software solutions to the local market. With this successful venture, together with their experience and infrastructure facilities in the education background, Informatics was awarded the status of certified Oracle University Education Partner.

By delivering excellent professional Oracle training programmes, Informatics developed and acquired the rank of the Oracle Approved Education Centre (OAEC). Informatics is proud and privileged that it is the only OAE Centre in Sri Lanka, thus proving its pioneering position in the IT industry.

OAEC is an education facility where any Oracle University Training programme can be conducted and it allows IT professionals to broaden their knowledge in the field of Oracle technologies, applications, systems and many other Oracle products as well as obtain certifications which are recognised worldwide.

The speciality of Oracle Training at Informatics is that all the courses are conducted by experienced trainers attached to Oracle University. All the participants are provided with Oracle University e-kits and Oracle University participation certificates.

"So far we have received zero complaints and the participants have been extremely satisfied with the training. It is always best to learn Oracle from Oracle," said Lasantha Bogoda, Head of Oracle Business, Informatics.

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