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Health group seeks EOIs for Oracle support

Health group seeks EOIs for Oracle support

A group of district health boards is seeking expressions of interest (EOI) in providing hardware, database and application support services for Oracle eBusiness R12 and related products.

The EOIs are sought on behalf of GoodBIS group, which includes the Canterbury, Bay of Plenty, Waikato and West Coast DHBs.

According to the Government Electronic Tender Services (GETS) website, the applications to be supported are Oracle eBusiness Suite R12 Financials, Procurement and Supply Chain (R12), and potentially Financial, Procurement and Spend Analytics (Fusion Analytics), Oracle Image and Process Management (IPM), and Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE).

Support services sought include hardware, infrastructure, database administration and application development and support, but will not include front line support to end users, which will be provided by the GoodBIS group.

GoodBIS anticipates most services to be provided remotely within regular office hours but with some after hour work for patching and maintenance.

The EOI will assist GoodBis in determining solutions and clarifying its requirements.

The EOI on the GETS website closes at noon on 28 January. For more information, visit the GETS website.


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