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Successful UXC Oxygen projects rewarded with Awards

Successful UXC Oxygen projects rewarded with five SAP Customer Awards of Excellence

SYDNEY, 18 OCTOBER 2013: UXC Oxygen, the leading SAP solution and integration specialist in Australia and New Zealand, has won a record number of SAP Customer Awards of Excellence at this year’s ceremony.

UXC Oxygen CEO, Stuart Dickinson, says the company received five awards, making it the most awarded SAP partner in Australasia this year. 

“We are delighted to have five of our projects recognised by SAP in this way. It reinforces our belief that we now have the best breadth and depth of expertise and experience of any SAP system integrator operating in the region.”

UXC Oxygen received awards for the following projects:
•         ERP in the Channel implementation for Proform Plastics (New Zealand)
•         ERP implementation for Mitre 10 (Australia)
•         Sales, Service and Marketing implementation for DB Breweries (New Zealand)
•         Financial Supply Chain Management implementation for DuluxGroup (Australia)
•         Application development and integration for the Queensland Office of State Revenue (Australia)

“This year our award winning projects involved a variety of application implementations and also drew on our development and integration expertise,” says Dickinson. “Our work for DB Breweries was particularly groundbreaking as the project was the first of its kind in Asia Pacific to implement SAP’s web channel experience management software.”

Dickinson says providing customers with improved financial processing and better integration of business activities was a common theme to several of the projects.

“SAP provides customers with the ability to integrate and manage all key business processes they engage in. This type of control gives them better visibility into how their business is performing and allows them to put more focus on business optimisation and strategic planning.

Dickinson says this is business as usual for UXC Oxygen. “Our achievements are founded on gaining a complete understanding of our customers’ individual requirements and applying our expert knowledge of SAP to achieve the right business outcomes.”

UXC Oxygen received the awards at a celebratory lunch at the Sydney Opera House yesterday. The SAP Customer Awards of Excellence are open to organisations across New Zealand and Australia and celebrate the best use of SAP technology. The judging panel looks for projects that facilitate customer success, accountability, innovation, professionalism and teamwork, and best showcase the ability of an organisation to run better as a result of people using SAP solutions.

The five wins continue a successful tradition in the awards for UXC Oxygen. The company has been a consistent winner since 2005 and now has a total of 19 awards to its name. This year UXC Oxygen was the most awarded partner in the ANZ region, the most awarded partner in New Zealand and joint most awarded partner in Australia.

About UXC Oxygen
UXC Oxygen is the leading specialist SAP solutions and consulting company in Australasia. UXC Oxygen’s key point of difference is its ability to deliver a complete lifecycle of SAP capabilities including Planning, Implementation, Enhancement and Support services. Oxygen is a certified SAP services partner, a Gold SAP Channel partner and an SAP Partner Centre of Expertise for BAiO and BO. More at www.uxcoxygen.com

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