Perficient is one of the 51 service providers included in the recently-published Gartner Toolkit: Vendor Identification for Oracle Application Services, Q2 2019 report. It outlines our key differentiators, such as: multi-pillar (ERP, EPM and BI), 15 Oracle specializations, Cloud Select and CEI status in the Oracle, our Oracle Education Center in Houston, our managed services offering called SupportNet and more.
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New Toolkit a Great Resource for Down-Selecting Vendors
Explore key considerations, integrating the cloud with legacy applications and challenges of current cloud implementations.
We all know the OPN Solutions Catalog is a great resource to look up credentials for a particular Oracle partner, but it’s not the best tool to compare multiple vendors and that’s often exactly what organizations want to do.
So where should procurement, line of business leadership, and IT go to narrow the list of Oracle service providers? The Toolkit is a great starting point for companies who want to identify and compare multiple vendors of Oracle Application Services. It provides a list of 197 vendors with Oracle applications services known to Gartner, 51 of which have detailed capabilities included.
This Toolkit provides a means to conduct service provider research with the aid of a Microsoft Excel workbook. Simply filter on criteria, such as: services (assessment, implementation, or management), country and industry, and you’ll have a shortlist of vendors potentially worthy of a closer look.
Gartner has done all the heavy lifting. With a few simple clicks of the mouse, I was able to distill the list of 51 vendors down to just five that offer Oracle ERP Cloud implementation services in the United States with expertise in the Oil & Gas industry.
In addition to the Garter Toolkit, I encourage you to read the Implementation Partner Checklist blog post for even more insight into down-selecting vendors.