From left: Amila Perera, Associate Director/Oracle Cloud Practice Head PwC Sri Lanka & Maldives, Channa Manoharan, Partner/Advisory Leader PwC Sri Lanka & Maldives, Chanditha Samaranayake – Regional Director South Asia Growth Economies
In an effort aimed at helping business enterprises in the country keep up with changing times and embrace digital solutions, PwC Sri Lanka recently launched the Oracle Cloud Application Practice, an initiative aimed at driving businesses to capitalize on new opportunities by using technological solutions such as Oracle Cloud.
PwC is a Global Cloud Elite and Diamond level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN).
PwC, will offer its expertise to companies in Sri Lanka, from strategy to execution on how Oracle offerings can help organizations achieve their digital technology goals, and also open avenues to take advantage of new business opportunities, available both locally as well as overseas.
With more and more companies moving their enterprise applications to the cloud in order to reduce costs, improve agility, and capitalize on software innovations, PwC will help Sri Lankan companies to come on board and embrace this global phenomenon, which has been recognized as an initiative that brings out cost effective results, fast.
PwC’s Chief Operating Officer, Channa Manoharan, said that, as a Global Cloud Elite member of OPN, PwC can offer global leading practices to help Sri Lankan enterprises take advantage of Oracle’s Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) application suite, which includes ERP, EPM, HCM and CX. PwC’s implementation consultants are Oracle Cloud Certified through Oracle University and have access to PwC’s Center of Excellence for Oracle.
“Sri Lankan enterprises can be confident they have the best in class products and services through the relationship between PwC and Oracle. We want Sri Lankan enterprises to also take advantage of this just like many other organizations across the world,” Manoharan added.
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