Palisade Compliance APAC in the News

We’ve been in the news! Here’s a sample of published press items that involve Palisade Compliance APAC. Please get in touch with us to talk about any issues you may be having with Oracle.

We’re in the top 10!

May 2019 – It is great news that Palisade Compliance has been placed in the world’s top 10 software asset management consulting and services companies for 2019 by CIO Applications.

Are you maximising your Oracle investment?

March 2019 – Oracle’s software, cloud, and platform services come with highly complex licensing models. This and a raft of other issues make it difficult for companies with large Oracle product deployments to keep track of all their obligations, and this can result in audits by Oracle and significant penalties being imposed for licensing infringements. We can help. Read the article on Techwire Asia.

The value of independence

February 2019 – When dealing with software licensing, how important is it to seek advice from an independent expert? Palisade Compliance APAC managing director Anna-Rita Stanley-Best outlines the benefits of bringing in a credible advisor, free of any third-party interests, to help Oracle clients understand all the factors that might affect their compliance with licences. Read the article on Techwire Asia.

No more grey areas

August 2018 – With the level of investment involved, any grey areas in software compliance can hold significant risk for a company. Most companies think they’re doing just fine, but Oracle licences have layers of complexity that can easily result in non-compliance. In this article, several of our clients write about the benefits of engaging us to help improve their relationship with Oracle. Read the article on iStart.

Time to break free?

May 2018 – We have joined forces with Brisbane, Australia-based Microsoft partner Wardy IT in an alliance and website that helps companies seeking to free themselves from Oracle’s grip! We are providing licence compliance advice and assistance to take back control of an organisation’s relationship with Oracle. Read the article on CRN.

Oracle likes us

June 2017 – In this article following up on the 2017 Australian CIO Summit, an Oracle senior manager is reported as saying that our work is valuable to Oracle, as we work with Oracle customers to optimise their licensing arrangements and ensure compliance, and we are not resellers. Read the article on iStart.