Mythics, a value-added reseller and systems integrator headquartered in Virginia Beach, VA, revealed this week that it had been awarded a government contract to provide Oracle technology solutions to over 60,000 participating agencies throughout the United States. Participating agencies include: K-12 school districts, cities, counties, municipalities, public schools, state agencies and universities.
The contract will reportedly offer participating agencies a more streamlined, efficient and competitively priced procurement mechanism for Oracle Cloud (SaaS, PaaS, IaaS), software, technical support, engineered systems, hardware and training, as well as enabling services.
"The County of Maricopa is proud to have served as the lead public agency for this solicitation and the resulting awards to Mythics. The five-year contract, with renewal options, were based on a competitive solicitation process that meets our statutory procurement requirements for selection of IT partners based on their proposals and value offered to Maricopa County in meeting our IT objectives. We are also pleased that Maricopa County is able to provide the contract vehicle for this offering nationwide to meet the objectives of other entities," said James Foley, Deputy Chief Procurement Officer for Maricopa County, AZ.
As an Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) 10x partner of the year, and Oracle Certified Cloud Implementer (OCIE), with more than 18 years of Oracle experience and 1000s of successful Oracle technology implementations, Mythics is uniquely positioned to provide participants of U.S. Communities, a subsidiary of OMNIA Partners, with cost-effective Oracle solutions to help them achieve their goals or constituent mission success.
"We are proud to announce this national cooperative contract which will provide a streamlined Oracle procurement resource for state, local, and education customers nationwide," said Doug Altamura, Mythics Sector President. "This contract is designed to enable savings for participating agencies, and provide access to the complete Oracle stack including cloud, software, hardware, engineered systems, services, support, and training."