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For the third year running Quantix has been nominated for the prestigious "Oracle Technology Partner of the Year" award. In addition, Quantix has also been nominated for “Best Technology Partner – General Business” and “Continuous Investment in People & Learning”, with the final results due to be announced at the Oracle Partner Awards in February 2008.

These nominations cap another very successful year for Quantix as an Oracle Certified Advantage Partner. High demand for its market leading range of Oracle Support Services has driven contract revenues upwards by 35% to over £4m, whilst the trend of substantial revenue growth from all Oracle solutions looks set to continue. Since completing an MBO in early 2007 Quantix has invested substantially in additional Oracle personnel & technology, so that its dedicated Enterprise Applications Practice now numbers over 30.

Simon Goodenough, Sales Director of Quantix, commented:

"Our partnership with Oracle continues to go from strength to strength and we are extremely proud to be nominated in three separate categories. Not only do these nominations endorse the customer focused approach that we take to delivering Oracle solutions but they also recognise our commitment, expertise and experience.”

About Quantix:

Quantix, an Oracle Certified Advantage Partner, specialises in the provision of enterprise applications support and managed services to the Mid Market. Incorporated in 2002, Quantix has seen consistently strong growth in its range of support services and can now lay claim to a managed services contract base of over £4m. Quantix has a turnover of £7m and currently works with over 400 clients across numerous vertical markets, including Finance & Banking, Transport, Public Services, Business Services, Retail, Utilities and Telecoms.

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Simon Goodenough

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