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PwC: New U.S. Oracle Practice Leader
December 16, 2012
By Rob Starr, Content Manager, Big4.com
PwC US today announced that Tyler Prince has joined the firm as a principal and new leader of PwC’s U.S. Oracle practice. In this role, Prince is responsible for overseeing the overall strategy of implementing Oracle capabilities for clients. He brings over 20 years of experience and deep industry knowledge of Oracle capabilities to the firm.
Formerly with PwC, Prince returns to the firm after working at Oracle Corporation for seven years as the Group Vice President for Alliances & Channels in North America. At Oracle, he was responsible for driving sales and client success with Oracle’s business partners across the Oracle portfolio of application, technology and hardware solutions.
Gerard Verweij, principal and Global Oracle practice leader, PwC comments:
“We are pleased to welcome Tyler to PwC. Tyler brings a wealth of experience to our team and clients as we help solve companies’ most complex business problems using Oracle technology and solutions from strategy through execution,” he said. “We are continuing to invest in our Oracle practice and business given its importance for our clients across various industries.”