Oracle Names Suitebox as Platform Innovation Winner

Oracle Names Suitebox as Platform Innovation Winner

SuiteBox, the mobile office solution for professionals, has been honoured with a Cloud Platform Innovation Award. SuiteBox was named as a winner at Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco on Tuesday evening for its use of Oracle’s PaaS and IaaS services. The award reflects SuiteBox’s new and innovative use of the cloud, which it has used to transform its businesses, drive innovation, and gain a competitive advantage.

Ian Dunbar, SuiteBox CEO, said: “Oracle’s recognition of SuiteBox, alongside global PaaS and IaaS leaders recognises the uniqueness of our business case, business benefits, the potential impact of SuiteBox on professionals as well as the complexity and magnitude of our implementation, and the originality of our architecture.

“I’m delighted that Oracle has recognised SuiteBox at such a global and prestigious event. SuiteBox delivers huge value to professionals by allowing them to engage their clients more effectively by reducing the steps in business processes and through communication that is streamlined and digital. Our technology gives you the ability to reach in at any moment and interact with the people that matter most to you and your business; SuiteBox wants to partner with professionals around the globe to help achieve this.”

Amit Zavery, senior vice president of Cloud Platform and Integration products, Oracle said: “These awards recognize customers that are using Oracle’s PaaS and IaaS together in unique and innovative ways to transform their businesses. Over the past couple of years, we’ve seen our customers make a wholesale move in using the cloud for just simple dev/test scenarios to running serious, enterprise workloads in the cloud.”

In the past few months SuiteBox has opened regional offices in Europe, Asia Pacific and Southern Africa, and, in the next month, it will be announcing a raft of significant technology enhancements to the platform, as well as major enterprise client partnerships in key markets.