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Capital DHB eyes Oracle support

Capital DHB eyes Oracle support

Capital and Coast District Health Board (DHB) is after a supplier to support its Oracle eBusiness suite.

It uses the suite for a number of functions including accounts payable, materials management and procurement.

The DHB has an in-house help desk and expert users who will be the first point of contact for all issues. Issues that cannot be resolved by these two groups will be sent to the support provider.

It also needs project implementation and support to introduce new modules for the suite. Other services required include account management, disaster recovery support and database administration.

The deadline for replies is Monday, December 14. More details are available on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICCNZ reference 28164.


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