SCC Wins MySQL Partner of the Year

Here at the Oracle UK & Ireland Partner of the Year Awards 2020 SCC has scooped the MySQL Partner of the Year award. This award was presented to the SCC Central Government team at the prestigious V & A Museum in London. A fantastic achievement from the team who have over the last year worked closely with Archie Dhaliwal, UK&I Partner Manager at Oracle MySQL to help develop the MySQL offering that SCC has provided to multiple customers in the last 18 months. As a result of this SCC and Oracle MySQL’s partnership has continually grown from strength to strength. David Gilfillan, Oracle MySQL, Alliances & Channels Senior Manager EMEA said “SCC is our best performing Public sector Value Added Reseller of the year. They make IT work. Their solutions and services are built upon impartiality, honesty and, above all, trust. They keep their word and deliver what they promise. Their attention to their customers is reinforced by the way they support each other, weaving sustainable values into all that they do, keeping things simple but effective. It’s against this backdrop that they embark on complex, high value engagements with the best vendor partners in the market, designing and implementing solutions that bring real progress to their customers. They are immensely proud of their record with MySQL where in 2019 they grew their MySQL footprint by more than 300%. This success is based on their complete understanding of how MySQL benefits their end customers. This isn’t a short term ‘sell and run’ approach – SCC go the extra mile, understand the strategic needs of their customers and deliver what’s required with a long term view in mind. Thank you SCC!” SCC’s National Sales Director Adam Clark added “Oracle MySQL is a key partner for our business. This award really shows how SCC have been able to work with Oracle to provide a wider offering to our customers through our partnership.  I would like to thank all those involved in helping making this partnership a success and I look forward to another successful year!” Want to learn more about Oracle MySQL? Click the button below.

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