Inatech Wins an Oracle Technology Partner of the Year Award

Inatech achieves world-class recognition for its commitment to Oracle technologies

London, United Kingdom, October 22, 2009 --( Oracle has awarded Inatech runner-up in the category ‘Technology Partner of the Year’ at the annual Oracle Awards 2009.

From a nomination list of 250 business practices that provide Oracle support services, Inatech, the integrations and managed service specialist achieved the runner-up honour. This is the third consecutive year Inatech has successfully claimed an award at the prestigious Oracle event. This follows a string of awards and nominations for Inatech in 2009 including last week’s Oracle User Group Awards (UK) where Inatech won a Small Business Partner of the Year accolade.

British-founded Inatech was established in 2002 and has built an international reputation working with global companies to optimise business improvement through Oracle applications, for which they received awards in both 2007 and 2008. The company is now a proud sponsor of OUG UK and is working to facilitate Oracle community groups in Asia and the Middle East. Inatech is owned by leading global technology service provider Calsoft Group.

In the past year, Inatech has launched a blog to provide Oracle update insight and advise on managing the business platform. Following successful integrations for Phones4U, Dubai Bank, Motability, Easy Learning Centre and Harvest Foods, Inatech is poised for further growth.

"2009 is turning out to be an extremely positive year for us," said Chris Baker, Global Sales and Marketing Director. "In such an economic climate we have stuck with our promise to offer our customers efficient, dedicated specialists to create sustainable networks for long-term success. As we approach 2010, we acknowledge that many businesses need to continue reducing costs but optimise revenue – only technology can help achieve these objectives. Following Oracle’s spate of acquisitions there are many exciting opportunities that will bring further innovation to the sector."

Ryan Haynes