Accra, Jan. 31, GNA - Leading Pan-African ICT solutions company, Computer Warehouse Group (CWG), recently attained the prestigious status of Platinum Partner of Oracle Corporation.
With this elevation, CWG has been placed in a preferred position to provide even more enhanced solutions to its growing customer base not only in Nigeria but also in Ghana, Uganda and other African countries.
CWG has enhanced businesses across the West African region enabling them to increase their productivity and business output. With its current Platinum status conferred by Oracle, CWG has been given the opportunity to participate at Oracle\'s Advisory board level where challenges of customers within the region are brought to the fore and hence resolved promptly.
A statement signed by Mr Tony Dadzie, Country Manager for CWG Ghana, said as a Platinum Partner, CWG now has access to market development funds, which would enable it to organize road shows on new product offerings from Oracle as well as to offer support for more products whilst presenting appropriate solutions to its customers.
Oracle provides the world\'s most complete, open, and integrated business software and hardware systems to more than 370,000 customers globally - including all the Fortune 100 organisations in more than 145 countries.
Austin Okere, Group Chief Executive Officer of CWG said, \"With its Platinum status, CWG is now one of the top two Oracle partners within the region, with a high priority placement on the Oracle Solutions Catalogue.
We are extremely excited by this most recent accolade, which is a further indication of the integrity and reputation of the CWG brand and serves to reinforce CWG\'s commitment to its customers through value-adding solutions and optimization of business efficiency.\"
For CWG\'s Hardware and Infrastructure division, CWL Systems and its software division ExpertEdge Software, this new Oracle status gives them a competitive edge over other solution providers in the region.
CWG\'s customers can be assured of more improved solutions that would enhance efficiencies in their businesses, he said.