A whole of Victorian government contract with 1 supplier for providing Oracle software and services. This includes database management, security, business intelligence, finance, purchasing, project management, logistics and asset management.
Lead agency: Department of Premier and Cabinet
Conditions of use: Non-mandatory
Contract reference number: NA
Arrangement type: Sole supplier
Start date: 30 September 2014
End date: 29 September 2019
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- cost-effective discounts
- a simple method to use Oracle products
- standard contract terms
This contract covers new software and ongoing software support for Oracle services:
- middleware software
- technology software
- SUN software
- business intelligence software
- financial software
- purchasing software
- project management software
- logistics and supply chain software
- asset management software
- training and documentation software
- policy automation software
- analytics and performance management software
Organisations can request other services with the approval of both Oracle and the category manager.
ABN: 80 003 074 468
Address: Level 5
417 St Kilda Road
Melbourne, VIC 3000
Contact name: Sam Mani
Role: Key Account Director
Phone: (03) 8616 3385
Mobile: 0409 801 405
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Use this contract
Anyone using this contract must follow the rules of use:
Step 1. Choose the products you need
If you need to buy a significant amount of software, contact the category manager first.
When you’ve chosen your products and prices, compare any costs with another source - even those not in the contract.
If Oracle and the category manager agree to approve any new products not in the price list, this can take up to 3 weeks.
Any agreed discount is a minimum, and organisations with large volumes can negotiate more.
Step 2. Get approval
Follow your organisation’s internal processes.
Step 3. Start the procurement
When you have approval, fill out a purchase order quoting ‘SPC 2014-17’.
Oracle will accept the purchase order and return a signed copy.
Any software acquired under this contract can transfer to another organisation.
Oracle users group
You can attend the regular Oracle users group meeting to discuss any issues or questions. Contact the category manager for more information.