Thunderhead becomes Oracle platinum level partner

Source: Thunderhead

Thunderhead, a global leader in customer communications management solutions, today announced that it has achieved Platinum Partner status in the Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN).

By attaining Platinum Level membership, Oracle has recognised Thunderhead for its in-depth expertise and excellence in delivering document automation and multi-channel customer communications solutions and to transform the way your organisation creates and delivers its communications across the entire lifecycle of your customer needs.

Thunderhead's innovative software platform (NOW) is designed to transform the way organisations create and deliver communications across the entire lifecycle of the customer need, moving away from document production to multi channel digital customer communications and dialogues. By becoming an Oracle Platinum level partner, joint customers of Thunderhead and Oracle will benefit from combining the expertise of two leading global solution providers in this market segment.

"We are delighted to become a Platinum Level Partner in the Oracle® PartnerNetwork" commented Glen Manchester CEO of Thunderhead, "In working with Oracle, we look forward to delivering innovative solutions, leveraging Thunderhead's technology lead and Oracle's recognised excellence for our joint customers".

Stein Surlien, Senior Vice President of Alliances and Channels, Oracle EMEA, commented, "We are delighted to confirm Thunderhead to the Platinum level of our Oracle® PartnerNetwork. Thunderhead's leading technology in Customer Communications Management is a excellent compliment to Oracle's solutions in a number of market segments. Together with Thunderhead Oracle customers will have access to fully integrated customer communications solutions gaining significant efficiencies across the customer lifecycle."

As a Platinum Partner in OPN, Thunderhead has established its depth and breadth of expertise across five key Oracle solution areas, including Financial Services, Public Sector, Database, and Siebel.

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