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UXC Oxygen retains SAP certification

UXC Oxygen retains SAP certification

Approved to provide AMS and hosting services in A/NZ

SAP Solution and integration specialist, UXC Oxygen, has retained its SAP certification, maintaining its place as an approved SAP Business One Application Managed Services (AMS) and hosting provider.

UXC Oxygen’s general manager for the SAP Business One Solutions business, Patrick Saundry, said the tick of approval is indicative of the company’s ability to meet the necessary standards to provide the best possible provisioning and support services to customers on the SAP Business One platform.

“Every two years we have to prove that the processes we have in place are in accordance to SAP standards,” Saundry said. “They audit the way we operate our AMS and review our management capability and methodologies to ensure we can effectively deliver our services.”

UXC Oxygen was recertified to provide AMS and hosting services across Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ) in combination with its infrastructure hosting partner, POwerNET IT Consultants.

UXC Oxygen is also a certified managed partner for SAP’s small to medium-sized business solution, Business All-in-One.


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