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CTE to provide IT services to Indian textile company
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Cambridge Technology Enterprises (CTE), an IT services leader focused on the convergence of big data and cloud, has entered into a partnership with two Indian companies leading the textile machinery and shipping industries.

CTE has laid out Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) applications development and enhancement contracts with the textiles company. As a platinum member in the Oracle Partner Network (OPN), CTE will leverage Oracle solutions to provide the customer with custom ERP solutions, enhancing their applications and transforming them from 2-tier to web-tier.

CTE is one of the preferred vendors for Oracle in the US and offers the most comprehensive suite of Oracle based services, especially in the mid-west region of the US. CTE's multi-year engagement with the Indian shipping leader entails database & middleware support and maintenance on Oracle platforms. Such engagements assist companies in reducing their operational costs and the company can focus itself on its core expertise rather than technology, according to a press release.

Aashish Kalra, chairman of Cambridge Technology Enterprises said, “Our partnership with Oracle is an important element of our business plan along with our focus on the convergence of big data and cloud. As an Oracle platinum partner, we have been working to expand our industry coverage; we are also delivering specialized solutions to provide the same level of expertise in India, as we provide to our global clients.”

Recognised as a thought leader and innovator of enterprise solutions, CTE focuses on cloud application development and management, data warehousing, business intelligence (BI), and analytics on the cloud. (GK)

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