DLT Creates Oracle Software Portal for Navy Program; Brian Strosser Comments

Computer Web CyberDLT Solutions has deployed a customer portal for Department of the Navy users to track Oracle product acquisitions and license distributions across the service.

The portal is built to support DLT’s work under a potential $227 million blanket purchase agreement contract the company won from the agency in June covering Oracle licenses,  DLT said Wednesday.

“DLT worked closely with both Oracle and the Department of the Navy to meet their individual requirements and refine the portal’s work flow approval process which now generates an automated form for email approval,” Brian Strosser, executive vice president of sales at DLT.

Navy personnel can also use the BPA-focused portal to review purchases, access product catalogs and make new requests, DLT says.

The site is designed with a secure login module and offers virtual training and documentation for users.

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