Accelalpha has joined forces with Prolog Partners to create a premier business and technology consulting company. This merger is an important step in the company’s drive to expand capabilities in delivering comprehensive and holistic end-to-end solutions leveraging Oracle Cloud Applications.
Accelalpha Founder, Nat Ganesh, will continue to serve as CEO of the combined company. Both of Prolog’s founding partners, Harrison Hudgins and Alfonso Ibanez, will continue in their current leadership roles, reporting to the CEO.
The global economy has experienced a phenomenon like none other due to the unfortunate events triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result, the industry is witnessing extreme pressures to the logistics value chain, requiring companies to reconsider strategies that safeguard against future supply chain disruptions, including adopting digital logistics solutions. Ganesh commented, “by joining together, Accelalpha and Prolog Partners become well positioned to drive greater value for our Oracle customers, combining the most experienced thought leaders across Oracle Transportation Management (OTM), Global Trade Management (GTM), Warehouse Management (WMS), Configure Price Quote (CPQ) and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software.”
“Merging Prolog Partners with Accelalpha provides exceptional growth opportunities across the globe and deepens our commitment for service excellence to our clients,” commented Harrison Hudgins, Managing Partner. Alfonso Ibanez added, “Both Prolog and Accelalpha are aligned to similar goals and are culturally compatible, with a customer-first mindset. We remain deeply committed to the core mission to deliver top-quality services and superior value to our Oracle partners and our clients.”
Both companies enjoy a positive reputation in successfully completing some of the most complicated and intricate system deployments, with a 100% referenceable customer base. The merger enables Accelalpha and Prolog Partners to deliver comprehensive Oracle Cloud solutions irrespective of the level of complexity. The combined company is able to offer enhanced services and products to customers with increased efficiency, value and domain expertise.