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Excel4apps and O2Works Announce Partnership to Offer Accelerated Reporting Solution for Oracle EBS

7 June 2010
RALEIGH, NC (June 7, 2010) – Excel4apps, a provider of best-in-class Excel based reporting and budget loading software for Oracle and SAP, has today announced a partnership agreement with O2Works, a leading Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) services provider. As part of this agreement, O2Works will implement and support the Reports Wand tool from Excel4apps .With Reports Wand, Oracle users employ an Excel front end to access real-time Oracle data and tailor previously defined reports to their specific needs.

“Excel4apps is excited to work with the respected group of Oracle experts at O2Works as we partner to empower customers with the ...access the full press release.
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