MiCORE Awarded $971K Contract to Upgrade Oracle Database and Introduce Oracle Cloud for Global Transportation Company

Posted on: December 3rd, 2015

RESTON, VIRGINIA – MiCORE Solutions Inc. (MiCORE) was awarded a $971,000 contract to maximize database performance and leverage Oracle Cloud Credits for a market-leading global transportation company. The project will support a new data center to be built in Japan, and is expected to boost client operations worldwide.

Prior to the contract, MiCORE provided consultation on solutions to uphold performance and productivity standards within the client’s evolving IT environment. Under the agreement, the client has purchased 22 new licenses of Oracle Database and RAC, which will optimize the computing power of their database system. The newly purchased licenses will be implemented in data centers located in both Japan and the US. As part of the agreement, MiCORE will partner with the client to introduce best practices for implementing Oracle Cloud.

“We are thrilled to continue our long-standing partnership with this company,” stated Stephen Harper, Consulting Manager, MiCORE. “We are looking forward to introducing cloud technology and exploring how to maximize the Oracle Cloud Credits they’ve purchased. The increase in performance as a result of the new database licenses, as well as the addition of a new data center, will help them better support their workload and improve operations across the globe.”


About MiCORE Solutions, Inc.:

MiCORE Solutions, Inc. provides Oracle technology support and services, specializing in designing, optimizing, and managing complex Oracle environments. Headquartered in the Washington, D.C. metro area, MiCORE serves private and public commercial enterprise clients across industries, ranging from financial institutions to educational establishments, retail and e-commerce, government agencies and contractors, and more. Since 2008, MiCORE’s team of highly skilled technical resources has delivered innovative, personalized solutions to the unique business challenges of each customer.


Erica Parker
Marketing Specialist, MiCORE Solutions