Customer Success Stories
Find out how customers succeed with Namos
"In my experience of working closely with Namos over the last 2 years, is that they are very agile and willing to understand your circumstances and what you are trying to do, and guide you as to how best to achieve your goals based on their experience. They make the effort of getting to know the people and the environment and they really do care!"
“We in Paddy Power Betfair sought a partner who we could trust to guide us in our journey implementing Oracle Fusion. We found this in Namos. Their competent know-how and experience made it easier for us, delivering a quality solution in an agile, no fuss manner. They were also great value for money.”
“Namos Solutions have been instrumental in building a ‘one project one team’ approach to Knowsley’s Oracle Fusion upgrade project. We have found Namos staff to be skilled and focused and this, combined with their enthusiastic approach, is helping us deliver a project with the full engagement of our business users. Namos have also been very responsive in assisting us with work in other areas.”
“This has been a challenging yet rewarding project for all parties concerned and I’m delighted the Oracle solution is now deployed to our core Finance Team and end users throughout the University. Our goal is to deliver the best possible experience to our student community. Underpinning key administration functions with Oracle Finance Cloud will allow us to continually improve our services to students, staff, suppliers and external partners.”
“Investing in our systems enables our staff to provide the best possible service to the communities of the West Midlands, reducing risk and making them safer, stronger and healthier. Our move to Oracle is a key step on our digital transformation journey. It will replace a suite of disparate legacy systems. A better connected and motivated workforce means better outcomes for the communities we serve. Our firefighters put their lives on the line in order to protect and serve the people of West Midlands and we owe it to them to deliver the tools and intelligence they need to keep our community and themselves safe.”