AIIM Best Practice Awards to Two Oracle Customers

On Tuesday night at the AIIM Awards Banquet, two Oracle customers and their implementation partners won awards for their Oracle Enterprise 2.0 implementations.

The Bureau of Indian Affairs, a division of the Department of Interior, won a Carl E. Nelson Best Practices Award for their implementation of Oracle WebCenter and Oracle Content Management to provide an interactive social media environment to engage and inform their constituent communities. The BIA Citizen Portal provides all the services of the Bureau of Indian Affairs to the community of 564 federally recognized tribes that include over 1.9 million American Indians and Alaska Natives. This integration was achieved with the support of Oracle partner Mythics.

The Charles Town Police Department integrated Oracle Content Management to integrate with and support their police evidence system. This integration was created in partnership with Oracle partner EDAC Systems Inc. Diane Hoppe of EDAC Systems Inc. was on hand to receive the award for Charles Town Police Department.

You can see pictures of our award winners here:

Linus Chow, Oracle; John Mancini, President of AIIM; and Diane Hoppe, EDACS - Charles Town Police:


John Mancini, President of AIIM; Linus Chow, Oracle; Chris Baker, Mythics; and Bureau of Indian Affairs


Oracle, EDACS, Mythics, BIA

You can read more in the AIIM press release.

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