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DAZ Systems, Inc. Showcases Oracle Business Accelerator for Agile Product Lifecycle Management
Date:2/3/2009

DAZ Systems, Inc. announced today that it is the first Implementation organization qualified to use the Oracle Business Accelerator Solution for Agile Product Lifecycle Management. The Agile PLM product offering has consistently been rated the best in class, and was acquired by Oracle in the past year. Oracle Accelerate solutions provide midsize organizations with pre-packaged bundles that allow for rapid, affordable implementations.

El Segundo, CA (PRWEB) February 3, 2009 -- DAZ Systems, Inc. announced today that it is the first Implementation organization qualified to use the Oracle Business Accelerator Solution for Agile Product Lifecycle Management. The Agile PLM product offering has consistently been rated the best in class, and was acquired by Oracle in the past year. Oracle Accelerate solutions provide midsize organizations with pre-packaged bundles that allow for rapid, affordable implementations.

Some of the key benefits of the Agile solution are engineering-intensive enterprises, business flows featuring Product Collaboration to efficiently manage new products design and development, parts management, production and prototype changes, bills of materials, and many other significant features required for your business.

DAZ's Oracle Accelerate Solution leverages the applications built-in best practices as well as DAZ's 13 years of implementation methodology and expertise. The solution was co-developed as a result of Oracle teams working with DAZ colleagues to meet the needs of clients in the mid-market space. DAZ Systems is the first Oracle partner to use the Oracle Business Accelerator with a company in the San Francisco Bay Area.

About DAZ Systems, Inc.
DAZ Systems, Inc. is one of the largest independent Oracle Application Partners in the US, with more than 300 implementations, including 37 on release 12. Included in these implementations are Oracle®
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