The alliance is intended to extend and enhance the firm’s service and enable clients to identify and exploit the potential of e-business. Many of the world’s e-business sites are already powered and supported by Oracle technology and the company is now working with Stoy’s to apply innovation to the needs of entrepreneurs.
Managing partner Adrian Martin said: ‘The growth of e-business has become increasingly important to all of us over the last few years, particularly for growing businesses. It represents a time of great opportunity, opening up the potential to develop new markets and new customers.’
Due to be formally announced on Monday 10 January, the alliance will also develop a series of workshops to examine the opportunities presented by e-business, along with the threats it poses to established business models.
Stoy’s will be writing to clients shortly to inform them of the plan.
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