I've been in both sides of projects, and I am an end user now. I agree with Susan's comments. From you question, it is hard to answer. I have seen problems with the partner because of the project manager. Unfortunately, I have seen this because the PM is insisting things be done a certain way and the customer doesn't like it resulting in the PM is fired and replaced by someone who does it how the customer wants. This is actually when the project goes off the rails because the first PM was correct (this is usually around customizations). I have also seen larger partners sending in too junior consultants, not transferring knowledge to the customer's employees, etc.
Take a look at who the Oracle Aces are from smaller firms as well as who has been doing user group presentations. Consider contacting one of those firms to audit the project. They can help you decide where the problems are and your best options to resolve the issue.
The Oracle Applications & Technology Users Group (OATUG), formerly the Oracle Applications Users Group (OAUG), is the world’s largest education, networking and advocacy forum for Oracle Applications & Technology users.
Copyright © 2021 Oracle Applications & Technology Users Group. | All Rights Reserved. | OATUG PoliciesAll material, files, logos, and trademarks within this site are properties of their respective organizations.