Oracle Appoints Redington as national value added distributor

DQW Bureau
26 Aug 2009
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New Delhi: Redington India is the recent addition to the Oracles Partner Network in India. Oracle has appointed Redington as its national value added distributor (VAD) to market, sell and implement Oracle applications and technology products through its reseller network, spread across multiple cities throughout India.

In the first phase, Redington will engage 300 resellers from Jaipur, Bhopal, Indore, Lucknow, Baroda, Surat, Nashik, Kolhapur, Cochin, Ranchi and Dehradun to serve customers in industries like auto ancillaries, chemicals, consumer goods, engineering and construction, non-banking financial services, industrial manufacturing, pharma, media and entertainment, professional services including IT/ITeS, real estate, retail, travel and transportation including logistics, gems and jewelery, among others.

As part of the agreement, Redington will market the Oracle e-business suite, global business applications, Oracle Database and Oracle Database Options as well as Oracle Fusion Middleware.

In addition, Redington's resellers will gain access to resources and tools within the Oracle's online resource pool from Oracle Partner Network.


Through this agreement and to address mid-size customer demands for affordable and quick-to-deploy software applications, Redington's resellers will be able to provide customers with Oracle Database, Oracle Accelerate for Mid-size companies and Oracle Fusion Middleware solutions.

Oracle Fusion Middleware will enable enterprises, including mid-size companies, to create and run agile and intelligent business applications. In addition, they will maximize IT efficiency by exploiting modern hardware and software architectures.

"We are excited to work closely with Oracle. As one of the largest IT distributors in India, we look for new opportunities to facilitate growth among our resellers and with Oracle, we are able to open new doors of opportunity. Oracle's diverse product portfolio and special offerings for mid-sized business will be valuable for several customers based in India's tier 2 and tier 3 cities,” said R Sasikanth, Strategic Business Unit Head-Enterprise SBU, Redington India.

“The enrollment of Redington demonstrates our commitment to our partners. They contribute more than 80 percent to our business and we work together to identify new business opportunities. With Redington, we will be able to reach out to many more mid-size companies located in India and offer them low-cost and easy-to-deploy IT solutions,” said Cherian Varghese, Director-Alliances & Channels, Oracle India.