January 28, 2018 News, Partnerships

Direct Commerce Becomes Oracle Gold Level Partner

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Direct Commerce, a global leading provider of cloud-based SaaS P2P solutions, announced that it has achieved Gold Partner status in Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN). By attaining Gold Level, Oracle has recognized Direct Commerce for its commitment to establish Oracle related knowledge in delivering Oracle Data Integration and for uniquely addressing the challenges of joint customers.

As a Gold Partner, Direct Commerce can develop specializations that allow it to grow its business, increase its expertise, and create differentiation in the marketplace. Gold Partners become eligible to resell all Oracle Technology products and receive access to Oracle account representatives and Oracle Support updates for all products.

“We are delighted Oracle has recognized Direct Commerce as Gold Level Partner. And, although Direct Commerce has always integrated seamlessly with any ERP solution, this Oracle certification is a further testament of our expertise in the marketplace” states Billy Williams, CTO at Direct Commerce. “We are happy we can provide our new and existing clients this assurance.”

Direct Commerce (DCI) offers easy-to-use Procure-to-Pay automation tools that include electronic invoicing, discount management, dispute resolution, workflow and more over a secured web-hosted Supplier Portal. Direct Commerce solutions are exceptionally intuitive, configurable and rapidly deliver bottom-line savings.

Renowned for its technical innovation, project execution, and premier customer service, Direct Commerce is the first choice for Fortune 1000 clients such as The Home Depot, Eli Lilly and Company, Walmart and many more. Free to suppliers, the Direct Commerce network supports over 200,000 suppliers, submitting hundreds of thousands of electronic invoices adding up to billions of dollars per year in transaction volume.

Contact Direct Commerce to learn more about our products and services, 415-288-9701 or sales@directcommerce.com.


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