DLT to Help SLED, Healthcare Orgs Procure Oracle Products Through Cooperative Purchasing Contract

DLT Solutions aims to simplify the procurement and pricing structure for Oracle-made technology platforms under a three-year contract awarded through the cooperative purchasing organization called OMNIA Partners, Public Sector.

The OMNIA contract offers a means for state, local, education and healthcare organizations to acquire Oracle information technology applications, database, engineered systems and implementation services, DLT said Tuesday.

Maricopa County, Ariz., acted as the lead public agency for the agreement, which includes renewal options.

DLT noted it seeks to help public sector customers address IT challenges by providing them access to the firm's licensing service and product offerings from Oracle.

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