|By Business Wire||
|July 22, 2014 05:12 AM EDT||
Excel4apps, an Oracle Gold Partner and provider of best-in-class Excel-based inquiry and reporting software for use with the Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS), is pleased to announce that it has once again garnered accolades from the UK Oracle User Group (UKOUG) with nominations for three 2014 Partner of the Year Awards. Excel4apps won four UKOUG Partner of the Year Awards last year, as voted on by Oracle users. The awards will be presented on Thursday, 23rd October, at Kent House Knightsbridge, London.
“We were elated to find out we were nominated for the sixth year in a row,” said Dean Jones, Managing Director for Excel4apps - UK & Europe. “The nominations are an acknowledgement of how our products are revolutionizing the way finance professionals report data out of the Oracle EBS. We greatly appreciate this recognition from UKOUG, and we are adding resources to this region to help continue the growth and support for our products.”
The awards are chosen by Oracle end users to reward organisations that have given the best service and contribution to customers over the past 12 months. Oracle users are invited to vote gold for Excel4apps in the following categories:
- UKOUG Independent Software Vendor (ISV) Partner of the Year
- UKOUG Innovative (Product/Service) Partner of the Year
- UKOUG Small Business/General Business Partner of the Year
Voting closes on 15th September.
Each year from 2009-2013, Excel4apps has won UKOUG Partner of the Year awards in various categories ranging from Innovative Product/Service and Independent Software Vendor (ISV) to Public Sector, Oracle E-Business Suite, and Financial Services.
Excel4apps is a best-in-class provider of Excel-based reporting and budget-loading software for Oracle and SAP. Designed for financial professionals, the award-winning GL Wand, Reports Wand, and Budget Wand products easily and securely deliver real-time ERP data using Microsoft Excel to save reporting time and effort. Excel4apps serves over 17,000 Oracle and SAP users worldwide, with offices in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, United Arab Emirates, Hong Kong, Philippines and South Africa. For more information, please visit www.excel4apps.com.
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