Welcome to "The Daedalus" a blog by CR
The entire Mythics team is proud to announce the launch of our new corporate website (mythics.com 2.0) and the launch of a new corporate blog we've nick-named "The Daedalus". The "Angel/Wings" imagery in our corporate logo is a representation of Daedalus who was a skilled architect, engineer and problem solver from Greek Mythology.
Our new website and this new blog reinforce our commitment to develop better ways to communicate with our customers, partners and all the groups we work with so closely with at Oracle. We have deeply integrated social networking into our new website (to help foster a tight-nit community) and have also worked really hard to make sure our new website is easy to navigate and has any resource someone is researching right at their fingertips.
Mythics is most widely known from our roots as one of the most successful Oracle resellers but as we've matured as a company, we are now uniquely positioned as one of the best in the world delivering end-to-end IT solutions spanning Solution Architecture, Product Procurement, Education and Training and Premiere IT Consulting and Managed Services solutions.
One of the things I most excited about as we launch our new website and our new blog, is the capability to highlight and give voice to all of the thought leaders here at Mythics. Our team has an incredible wealth of experience and knowledge spanning Oracle software and hardware procurement, as well deep expertise and experience surrounding industry specific solutions (like Healthcare) and technology specific solutions (like Business Intelligence and Cyber Security).
We look forward to introducing you to our team, developing an open dialogue and would love your feedback and insight as we provide comment on the technologies, trends, and news which are relevant in our world.
To kick start our new blog I invite you to check out our first blog post by Greg Mika one of our Technical Directors, who is chatting about one of his favorite free tools you may not even know you have access to included in the Oracle Database - Oracle's Application Express. Off we go... and please stop by often and keep in touch!