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Rimini Street continues its strong push in EMEA to offer its innovative, value-driven independent support option to more companies in the region. As an important part of its global expansion strategy, Rimini Street also recently launched its newest office in London’s Canary Wharf, reports The Register.
More than 100 customers have switched from SAP to Rimini Street support. To help companies like Southco adopt a hybrid cloud/on-premise IT strategy using Salesforce.com or Workday, Rimini Street recently launched Cloud Services, reports Computerworld UK.
Inside SAP magazine details Rimini Street’s strong SAP growth and highlights client successes from Southco and Color Spot Nurseries, as well as new client Univar.
Rimini Street Oracle E-Business Suite and PeopleSoft client Lydall, Inc. was able to take control of its software roadmap and upgrade only when it made the most business sense for the company, saving millions of dollars in associated costs, according to CIO, Joe Tait. This case study outlines how Tait and team successfully navigated its EBS upgrade with the help of Rimini Street.
In this post, diginomica details Rimini Street’s launch of Cloud Services as a “clear recognition of the tectonic shifts around the current and future enterprise applications landscape.”
Article highlights Rimini Street’s record first quarter 2014 results, including a 40.6% year over year increase in net revenues to $18.5 million, a deferred revenue increase of 40.0% year over year to $60.7 million and more than 550 active signed clients, a growth of 37.7% year over year.
Joel Gibbons, IT Director for National Future Farmers of America (FFA) discusses how the non-profit organization was able to retain jobs and provide its 580,000 high school students around the U.S. with much needed educational support and tools by switching to Rimini Street independent support.
Rimini Street CEO Seth Ravin discusses the Company's expansion into Oracle Technology support, as well as Cloud Services support to help clients achieve greater value from their existing ERP software applications.
Dennis Howlett and Rimini Street CEO Seth Ravin discuss the next evolution of the software maintenance industry and how the Company has positioned itself to be the catalyst for change – helping CIOs drive innovation and within their organizations.
Rimini Street rolled out a new service designed to mix, match and migrate legacy SAP and Oracle applications with cloud tools from the likes of Workday and Salesforce.
The large ERP vendors have enjoyed a virtual monopoly when it comes to maintenance and support. But with Rimini Street and independent support gathering steam, enterprises in growing numbers are moving to save precious budget dollars on support, to redirect to other areas of investment and innovation. Freya Purnell reports.