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UXC Oxygen celebrates SAP ANZ Partner Excellence win

25 Feb 16

UXC Oxygen has claimed top ANZ honours at SAP’s partner kick off meeting, winning the SAP Australia and New Zealand Overall Excellence in Partner Sales Performance award.

Award winners are chosen based on internal SAP selection criteria with a steering committee of regional and global SAP representatives determining winning partners in each category.

Paul Kruger, UXC Oxygen general manager of sales and performance, says the SAP solutions company is ‘extremely proud’ to win the award.

“It was an especially resounding win, because we achieved outstanding results across such a wide variety of different SAP solutions and services,” Kruger says.

“The breadth and depth of capabilities UXC Oxygen brings to the table is outstanding in the region.

The award takes into account an ‘extensive’ number of wins for UXC Oxygen, with the SAP judging panel citing a list of UXC Oxygen accomplishments, including its strategic alignment with SAP’s long term vision.

Kruger says the company’s earlier investment in the SAP Hybris space ‘was the right thing to do’ and is paying dividends for the company.

“We now have a large customer base in this space and this continues to grow,” he says.

“Our SAP Business One practice continues to win business and we had a lot of success with solutions from Concur, a SAP company.”

Among the wins for UXC Oxygen is a SAP S/4 Hana deal at TasNetworks which includes a number of SAP products including S/4 Hana, Concur, SAP Ariba and SAP SuccessFactors as well as ‘complex’ partner managed cloud solutions.

“We have also helped customers along the road to better business outcomes with various SAP products,” Kruger says.

The company, which is an SAP gold partner, is no stranger to SAP awards, having won a steady stream over the years, including numerous SAP ‘Best Implementation’ awards.

Earlier this month the company won the SAP Hybris service delivery partner of the year award for the fourth year in a row.

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