Wipro Technologies on Thursday announced the launch of 'Wipro SprintInstall', a service that will aid customers to implement Oracle Fusion Applications in a fixed timeframe, either on-premise or in the cloud.
'Wipro SprintInstall' provides customers the flexibility to choose from various deployment options like on-premise and cloud environments, Amazon Web Services (AWS), customers' private cloud and also between an Oracle VM-based Oracle Virtual Assembly Builder image and a bare metal installation," said Biplab Adhya, VP, Oracle and Emerging Applications, Wipro Technologies.
"This unique service leverages the expert knowledge of Wipro's Oracle trained consultants who have extensive experience in installing and managing Oracle Fusion Application environments for customers as well as Wipro's own Oracle Fusion Application instances. In addition, the 'Wipro SprintInstall' offering includes two months of expert post installation hyper care, to help customers get attuned to the environment. These services can be extended for a longer horizon as per customer requirement," he added.
The functionalities of the service extend to those who seek testing of concepts for various modules and to define the roadmap of the Oracle Fusion Applications. The applications will be installed and administered in an agile, controlled and cost effective manner, ensured Adhya.
These services will also help those who have existing Oracle Fusion Applications licenses and established Oracle footprint as well as those who want to be ready and trained before an actual Oracle Fusion Applications implementation.
"Wipro is a recognized leader in delivering Oracle Applications for customers, ranging across different industry verticals and a trusted partner to help maximize value from Oracle Fusion Applications," said Steve Miranda, Executive Vice President for Application Development, Oracle.
"Being a co-development partner and one of the leading implementers for Oracle Fusion Applications, customers will gain from the expertise and exposure Wipro brings with it," he added.