, Oracle through Interdist Alliances has unveiled an Oracle Partner Hub in Kenya today. The Oracle Partner Hub, which will be located at the Interdist Alliances offices in Riverside, Nairobi, will provide a comprehensive portfolio of services to drive the growth of partner organisations and their business.
“We are delighted to be working with Interdist Alliances to bring global best practices and business value to our partners in Kenya through Oracle Partner Hub,” said Mr Janusz Naklicki, vice president for alliances and channels at Oracle.
“Today’s launch reinforces our commitment to helping our partners drive value, become more efficient and knowledgeable and remain competitive,” he added.
Speaking during the event, ICT principal secretary Joseph Tiampati said the Government welcomes initiatives that build capacity and help expand skills.
“My ministry is encouraged by the launch of this Oracle hub since it will offer both training and solutions using the latest technology. The government will continue to offer support for such partnerships and initiatives which are in line with our vision 2030 roadmap.”
The hub will combine Oracle’s technical knowledge, professional services and marketing support to ensure support for partners led by Interdist Alliances, a platinum level member of the Oracle Partner Network (OPN) and value added distributor.
“Our commitment as a value added distributor is to help partners find new opportunities and provide support. Oracle Partner Hub presents an ideal way to deliver this value,” said Kristian Tierney, General Manager of Interdist Alliances.
The hub will integrate Oracle Studio, which serves as a meeting place for professionals to showcase business solutions, meet other professionals and hold networking events, the Oracle Academy and the Oracle ISV Migration Centre in one location.