Through the Gold Level membership, Oracle has recognised King Content for its commitment to establish Oracle-related knowledge in delivering a strategic, scalable and measurable approach to content marketing and for uniquely addressing the challenges of customers through its dedication to enable today’s modern marketers.
King Content leverages Oracle to build on its overall marketing offering, giving marketers the opportunity to oversee marketing lead generation as a managed service; from content strategy through to a qualified lead’s entrance into the sales pipeline.
“Oracle and King Content’s shared commitment to content marketing will help to break down sales and marketing silos, providing a solid platform for marketers to prove content marketing ROI and simplify the lead-generation process,” said Paul Ford, King Content’s commercial director.
With its Gold status, King Content receives the benefit of being able to start developing specialisations that will allow the company to grow its business, increase its expertise, reach higher levels of customer retention, and create differentiation in the marketplace.
Gold members also become eligible to resell all Oracle Technology products and can apply to resell Oracle Applications and Industry Solutions. In addition, they receive access to Oracle account representatives and My Oracle Support updates for all products, discounts on training, limited free assessment/exam vouchers, reduced rates on the purchase of Oracle licences for internal use, discounts on advances customer services and more.
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