The Oracle Cloud Managed Services Provider Summit 2018 recognises the best-in-class Oracle EMEA Cloud Managed Services Providers at the forefront of deploying Oracle Cloud solutions to solve business problems, and to help customers realise maximum value from their Oracle Cloud investments on a continuous basis.

The prestigious Oracle Partner Network event took place on the 22nd of March in Amsterdam to honor best-in-class Oracle partners pioneering Oracle Cloud Managed Services for their customers within the EMEA region.

Version 1 is delighted to have been recognised by Oracle as the Cloud Managed Services Partner with the Most Go-Live MSP Customers.

Commenting on the win, Tom O’ Connor, CEO of Version 1 said:

“We are honoured that Version 1 has been recognised by Oracle as the Cloud Managed Services Partner with the Most Go-Live MSP Customers, an achievement that reflects our ongoing commitment to investing in Oracle excellence in our organisation. Last year, Oracle awarded Version 1 for being the first partner globally to deliver the value of the Oracle Managed Service Provider program directly for a customer.  To be recognised by Oracle and our customers once again this year at these awards illustrates our long-running commitment to helping customers to continuously maximise their investment in Oracle technology and applications in the Cloud. I look forward to us forging further successes for our customers in the coming year, enabling them to solve real business problems and realise maximum value from their IT investments on a continuous basis through our next level Managed Services in the Cloud.” 



About Enterprise Cloud at Version 1

We offer the full range of cloud services for enterprise applications. Version 1 has experience of working with customers at all stages of their cloud journey to enable them to maximise business outcomes through cloud. We provide independent expertise as to how customers can gain the best value from cloud and software providers. We work with customers to identify business objectives and key performance indicators to ensure that these can be tracked in the cloud. This includes how to consider new services, how to forecast cloud usage and how to measure cloud consumption.