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Oracle or SAP ERP Solutions

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Dear Committee on Standards in Public Life,

Here is an FOI Request from Support Revolution:

Are you running an Oracle or SAP ERP solution?
If so, what version are they currently running on and which modules are you using?
Are you planning to upgrade in the next 12-18 months?
Do you have plans to move to a SAAS model?
Do you have plans to migrate our current ERP to a cloud Solution?
Do you run Oracle Databases?
If so what versions, are you planning an upgrade in the next 12 – 18 months?
Do you own perpetual Oracle Licences, do you Pay Oracle directly or through a shared service or other framework?
Do you own Perpetual SAP Licences, do you Pay SAP directly or through a shared service or other framework?
What is the value of the SAP Support contract and when does it renew?
What is the value of the Oracle support contract and when does it renew?
Who is commercially responsible for looking after the contract for the Oracle and/or SAP renewals?
Do you currently work with any SAP or Oracle third party support providers?

Yours faithfully,

James Couldwell

Public Standards Mailbox, Committee on Standards in Public Life

Dear Mr Couldwell,

 

Thank you for your email of 21 February 2020, in which you requested
information under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 about the Committee
on Standards in Public Life’s use of IT systems.  I am sorry for the delay
in reply.

 

The Committee on Standards in Public Life does not hold information
relating to this matter.  The CSPL is a non-departmental public body
sponsored by the Cabinet Office and as such, operates under the IT systems
procured and supplied to us by the Cabinet Office. You may therefore wish
to contact the Cabinet Office who may be able to assist you further:
[1][email address]

 

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Please remember to quote reference number CSPL-FOI19010 in any further
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