Chicago, IL. OculusIT, a leading managed IT and cloud Services company, recently announced its partnership with Community College of Baltimore County for Banner® Managed Services.
CCBC was looking to partner with an expert ERP Managed Services provider, and selected OculusIT through a competitive bidding process. OculusIT will add value in managing the College’s database application & administration for Banner® and Oracle® upgrades. In the realm of Banner® upgrades, OculusIT experts will help upgrade the College from current 11g to 12 on Banner® job submission servers and recompile C and Cobol with the new versions. The team will also help the College migrate current Self‐Service Banner® 8 to Tomcat. Under Oracle® upgrades, CCBC will leverage from quarterly Critical Patchset Update and Patchset Update upgrades, OEM installation upgrades, Oracle® database and application servers monitoring, daily health checks, and performance tuning of their Oracle® database.
A dedicated Project Management Office seamlessly integrated with the CCBC team will oversee timely completion of projects, migration aspects, monitoring and preparing detailed status reports for the University, thereby providing better control over the project. A Customer Success Manager will be provisioned to maintain regular communication, capture feedback and ensure better service delivery standards for the College.
“We’re proud to partner with Community College of Baltimore County for Banner® Managed Services.”, said Jim, Vice President, Engagements at OculusIT. “The College has awarded us with this crucial project leveraging ERP managed services, and we’re confident that our IT experts will help augment their capabilities to better manage their ERP environment and focus better on other strategic campus projects.”
About Community College of Baltimore County
The Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) is a public community college in Baltimore County, Maryland. CCBC has three main campuses located in the Catonsville, Dundalk, and Essex communities of Baltimore County, Maryland, as well as extension centers located in the Hunt Valley, Owings Mills, and Randallstown communities of Baltimore County. Each year, more than 63,000 students enroll at the college’s main campuses, extension centers and online, while some 3 million enjoy the college’s performing arts, galleries, planetarium and athletic facilities.
For more information, please visit www.ccbcmd.edu
OculusIT™ is a global, managed IT and cloud services company that, together with its technology partners, serves more than 600 colleges and universities. Headquartered in Chicago, OculusIT™ has a delivery network and operations across North America and globally.
For further information, please visit www.oculusit.com