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Integrated technology and training key to digital transformation

By Gilbert Saggia | September 8th 2015

NAIROBI, KENYA: In 2014, the Kenyan government unveiled its ICT Master Plan transform processes, services and management, and make information access and service delivery more efficient.

“Digital transformation is affecting as much as it is affecting business,” said Dr. Gilbert Saggia, Country Manager, and Oracle Kenya. Organizations are discovering that working in departmental or functional silos is hindering, not promoting success Dr. Saggia explained that Oracle first-hand how modernizing a country’s ICT infrastructure can transform services and processes dramatically.

“Among our customers globally, our approach to standardize and integrate systems has delivered a faster implementation, greater agility and a more cost-effective solution,” he added.

Oracle enables next generation service delivery with flexible systems that integrate across functions and departments. Moreover, Oracle designed to efficiently support digital transformation projects in single or across multiple agencies.

Oracle Public Sector solutions are supported by expert implementation specialists and a worldwide partner ecosystem with the skills and experience to ensure a smooth transition. Oracle is proud of its place as leading company in the global public sector, where today most ICT projects include Oracle solutions.

For many years, Oracle has operated in Kenya directly and through an established network of Kenyan Oracle partners.

Oracle is also committed to supporting the country’s digital agenda such as Kenya’s Presidential Digital Talent Program (PDTP).

“Transforming a country’s IT infrastructure is a mammoth task that not only requires technology, but also the expertise and resources to help see it through to completion,” concludes Dr. Saggia. “Oracle to continue support Kenya’s ICT Master Plan with appropriate products.”

The writer is Country Manager, Oracle Kenya

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