Accenture acquires PrimeQ to strengthen its Oracle Cloud capabilities

By Laura Mullan
Accenture has acquired PrimeQ, one of Australia and New Zealand’s leading Oracle Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) cloud implementation service providers...

Accenture has acquired PrimeQ, one of Australia and New Zealand’s leading Oracle Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) cloud implementation service providers.

Through the acquisition, Accenture says it will become the largest Oracle cloud systems integrator in the region.

“PrimeQ has extensive experience implementing Oracle SaaS Cloud solutions, which complements Accenture’s established credentials across the Oracle Cloud portfolio,” said James Madigan, who leads Accenture’s Oracle business in Australia and New Zealand.

“They are a highly valued Oracle ecosystem partner, bringing an impressive track record and top talent that will help drive significant results for our clients.”

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Founded in 2006, PrimeQ is a leading provider of Oracle Cloud in the government, health and public sector industries and it also serves clients in the retail, consumer goods and financial services sectors,

Through the deal Accenture says that the companies will be able to deliver a deep Oracle cloud experience, transformational capabilities and broad industry knowledge to help enable clients to unlock even greater value on their journeys to cloud

The addition of PrimeQ build’s on Oracle’s recent acquisition of DAZ Systems in the US and Certus Solutions in the UK, enhancing its ability to deliver digital transformation on Oracle Cloud.

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