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Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Award-winning Enterprise Solution and Service Provider Reinforces Commitment to the Philippines

Supply Chain Consulting set to strengthen local initiatives

The Oracle Partner Network (OPN) Partner Awards in the Philippines recently recognized Supply Chain Consulting, Philippines, Inc. for its success with Oracle technology and applications. Supply Chain Consulting is a leading global provider of enterprise software solutions and services headquartered in Australia. The company won two out of only eight awards given by Oracle, namely Applications Reseller of the Year and Partner of the Year for Public Sector.

The awards were welcome recognition of Supply Chain Consulting’s growing footprint in the Philippines since it became the company’s regional office for Asia in 2005. The company acquired Magnus Asia four years ago, making Supply Chain Consulting the largest Australian-owned SAP consultancy with increased presence in the Philippines, Thailand, Hong Kong, and Malaysia.

Jan Biezepol, Supply Chain Consulting Managing Director for Asia said, “The awards not only acknowledged our innovation and success as a leading-edge solutions and services provider; they also recognized our increasing efforts in the Philippines to provide real benefits and results to businesses, and increase our local footprint.”

Supply Chain Consulting is currently affiliated with SAP and Oracle, and is an active member of the local SAP Partner Advisory Board, which links SAP and the local systems integrators community.

“SAP is quite important to our business as our Asian and Australian businesses handle mostly SAP-related work, and our businesses for both regions are 95% SAP,” said Biezepol.

The company remains positive despite the current downturn as it reported a strong first quarter and is expecting growth prospects despite the critical market conditions. Over the last decade, Supply Chain Consulting has built an extensive client portfolio with over 100 customers in Asia and Australia.

“2009 will be a year for increased technological partnerships, business collaborations, and local community involvement for Supply Chain Consulting. We started the year recognized for our exceptional work with our clients, and we want to spread this into partnerships especially since the crisis has affected many sectors of society,” stated Biezepol.

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