- Gold: UKOUG ERP Partner of the Year
- Gold: UKOUG HCM Partner of the Year
- Gold: UKOUG Managed Services (Outsourcing and Operations) Partner of the Year – Applications
- Gold: UKOUG Managed Services (Outsourcing and Operations) Partner of the Year – Technology
- Gold: UKOUG Middleware Partner of the Year
- Silver: UKOUG Database Partner of the Year
If you follow any number of those in the Partner community on LinkedIn you’ll have seen many of us asking that you vote for us in the UKOUG’s annual Partner of the Year competition. All of the partners are really grateful for your votes as winning an award selected by end-users carries significant prestige.
I’m delighted that the company which I now work for – Cedar Consulting – were awarded 2nd place (Silver) for Fusion Partner of the Year for 2014/2015. It’s a tight-fought and highly coveted category, Cedar were also thrilled to win Gold in the PeopleSoft Partner of the Year awards, further establishing our reputation as the go-to partner for Fusion/Taleo for all existing PeopleSoft customers.
Simon Boscoe, proudly displaying both of Cedar’s awards
Simon Wragg, Director at Cedar Consulting said, “We are honoured to receive both the Fusion and PeopleSoft Partner of the year awards amongst such a strong group of finalists. Cedar Consulting are delighted to be recognised as one of the leading partners within the UK Oracle User Group community. Winning these awards and knowing that so many votes were cast from Oracle customers is a real testament to the service we have provided over the last 12 months”
We’d like to thank all of you who took the time to vote for us, we’re very grateful for your support.
I had the privilege of attending the UKOUG Apps Transformation day at the CBI Centre in London yesterday. I nearly missed it as the title initially didn’t grab my attention, but a friend pointed out that it was exclusively Fusion content and that was enough for me!
There were 120 people registered, however it looked like the numbers present were a lot short of that. The venue could have taken a lot more than 120 though. I wonder if the audience would have been bigger if it was more obvious that this was about Fusion?
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