NEI (News - Alert), a provider of NEBS compliant products and support services for software technology developers and OEMs all around the world, has just become a Gold level member in the Oracle (News - Alert) PartnerNetwork (OPN).
For their role in the Gold level membership in OPN, the company will offer its global resources, worldwide manufacturing capacity and support capabilities to help meet the growing demand in the telecommunications market, according to a press release. NEI offers a suite of services that covers the product lifecycle in full, which enables full support of various technology solutions.
Oracle Partner Network was designed to allow independent software vendors (ISVs), systems integrators, developers, resellers and consultants to work collectively in order to improve customer satisfaction and provide high level solutions. In addition, the release states that OPN gives partners the tools needed to better develop, sell and implement Oracle solutions.
As a Gold level member in OPN, NEI now can utilize Oracle technologies and seamlessly integrate its services with Oracle products and other third-party technologies to resell to original equipment manufacturers in the telecommunications market. This enables NEI to leverage Oracle-based technologies to bring value-added services and solutions to the market with increased speed.
“Becoming a Gold level member in Oracle PartnerNetwork reflects NEI’s commitment to further strengthen the reach of Oracle's product portfolio,” said Jeff Hudgins (News - Alert), vice president of marketing at NEI. “This relationship is also part of a larger initiative aimed at further developing NEI’s global technology partner network.”
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Edited by Rich Steeves