Tue, 22 March 2016

Ariane Systems Attains Gold Partner Status in Oracle Partner Network

Ariane Systems, a company which specialises in self-service check-in/out technology for the hospitality industry, has achieved Gold Partner status in Oracle Partner Network (OPN).

By attaining Gold membership, Oracle has recognized Ariane Systems for its commitment to establish Oracle related knowledge in delivering advanced self-service solutions to support the hospitality industry.

With more than 567,000 customers using its systems around the world, Oracle Hospitality's Micros is renowned for providing the hospitality industry with one of the most advanced property management systems (PMS) in the industry: Micros Opera.

"Achieving Gold status with Oracle Partner Network can help us achieve our goal to attain a greater understanding of the systems that our clients use, so that we can further improve our products and provide a much more efficient hotel operation," said Laurent Cardot, CEO of Ariane Systems. "We are very pleased to be able to create even closer ties with both Oracle Hospitality and Micros, and consider our new membership status to be further proof of our long term commitment in providing unmatched support to the many clients around the world that use our products."

With its Gold status, Ariane Systems receives the benefit of being able to start developing specializations that will allow them to grow the business. Gold members also become eligible to resell all Oracle Technology products and can apply to resell Oracle Applications and Industry Solutions. In addition, they receive access to Oracle account representatives and My Oracle Support updates for all products, discounts on training, limited free assessment/exam vouchers, reduced rates on the purchase of Oracle licenses for internal use, discounts on advances customer services and more.

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