Oracle to strengthen market base in State
Oracle India Private Limited announced plans today to strengthen its presence in Indore and nearby regions in the State as part of its expansion plans in non-metros by tying up with City-based software solution developers.Updated: May 10, 2006 14:18 IST
Oracle India Private Limited announced plans today to strengthen its presence in Indore and nearby regions in the State as part of its expansion plans in non-metros by tying up with City-based software solution developers.
Oracle India Mid Market Technology regional sales director Anup Varma told media persons here today that the Company had selected and trained local partners to meet the needs of small to large organisations across key industries.
Oracle partners in Indore include Ingram Micro India Private Limited, Sonata Information Technology Ltd, Business Automation India Pvt Ltd, Computer Gallery and Magnum India Pvt Limited and Ysscon Information System Pvt Limited.
He further said that these partners have domain knowledge to address the needs of manufacturing and industrial companies, as well as educational institutions in Indore and have technological knowledge of Oracle’s product offering.
Non-metro cities are where India is experiencing some of the highest economic growth rate and Indore is home to top manufacturing and industrial companies and educational institutions, he said. “Our deeper presence in Indore will allow us to contribute to their growth as emerging national and global players,” he said.
Elaborating about the company’s strategy Varma said the non-metro and tier II cities have substantial contribution in GDP of the company and is aimed at providing world-class products to the people.
“Oracle offers four database versions, which range from its free version, Oracle database 10 g express edition, all the way up to its enterprise edition, Oracle database 10g enterprise edition. Its database software supports13 languages,” he added.
Varma said that the company aimed not only at providing best product to the customers, but also provided unrivalled product support and rights to future releases to evolve their system and stay competitive in market.
The software products are designed for small organisations that cannot afford costly software.
First Published: May 10, 2006 14:18 IST