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Deriving Value through Co-Creation: ITIL and Other Best Practices Frameworks
CIO Strategies, Cloud, ERP 5 min read
Deriving Value through Co-Creation: ITIL and Other Best Practices Frameworks

This article originally appeared on Forbes.com; it has been modified for this space. CIOs have a new mandate from CEOs: accelerate innovation and growth as a business-driven thought leader rather than simply a caretaker of technology. This paradigm shift requires changes in how CIOs and their teams work, and in how they deliver on the […]

Fast-track Your Cloud Strategy
CIO Strategies, Cloud, ERP 5 min read
Fast-track Your Cloud Strategy

This article originally appeared on CIOReview.com; it has been modified for this space. Considering a move to the cloud? CIOs cite a variety of reasons to do so, including cost savings, scalability, and the ability to more quickly deliver/enable initiatives for the business. At the same time, the number of cloud vendors and products — […]

Gartner Predicts 2020
Cloud, Cost of Maintenance, ERP 3 min read
Gartner Predicts 2020

A new year (and a new decade) are ideal times to prognosticate about the future. While it’s one thing for a business to predict great things for its future, it’s quite another for a respected, trusted analyst in the industry to predict great things for your industry…and your business. That’s precisely the case when viewing […]

Is Your Cloud Strategy Accelerating or Hindering Innovation?
Cloud, ERP, Innovation 7 min read
Is Your Cloud Strategy Accelerating or Hindering Innovation?

The following originally appeared on Diginomica.com CIOs consider the cloud for a variety of reasons, many of which are forcing them to rethink their application strategies. You are not alone if you are feeling pressure to migrate applications and infrastructure to the cloud. But which cloud moves are the right ones? One of the most […]

The Misconceptions and Realities of ERP in the Cloud
Cloud, ERP, Oracle Cloud 5 min read
The Misconceptions and Realities of ERP in the Cloud

This article originally appeared on Diginomica.com; it has been modified for this space. CIOs are facing ongoing pressure from several angles to shift ERP to the cloud. Vendors are pushing their cloud roadmaps. The business is demanding cloud capabilities to achieve growth and gain competitive advantage. Some CIOs feel they are being asked to move […]

5 Ways to Leverage ERP in the Cloud Without Necessarily Moving to Cloud ERP
Cloud, ERP, Oracle Cloud 5 min read
5 Ways to Leverage ERP in the Cloud Without Necessarily Moving to Cloud ERP

This article originally appeared on Diginomica.com; it has been modified for this space. Everyone is moving to the cloud, no doubt about it. How to take advantage of the cloud is the multi-million dollar question. Get stampeded into making the wrong decision, and you could wind up throwing away millions. Do it right, and the […]

S/4HANA: Exploring Three SAP Customer Roadmaps
Business Driven Roadmap, Cloud, ERP 5 min read
S/4HANA: Exploring Three SAP Customer Roadmaps

Are you questioning your S/4HANA roadmap options? According to Gartner, “The complexity of the SAP S/4HANA roadmap, lack of clarity in industry-supported functions and the range of deployment options available (both on premises and Software-as-a-Service, or SaaS) mean that customers must spend more time selecting what is best for them, given that SAP has stated […]

Not Ready to Move to Cloud ERP? You’re Not Alone
Cloud, ERP, Hybrid IT 3 min read
Not Ready to Move to Cloud ERP? You’re Not Alone

Most organizations today have planned an IT roadmap that takes advantage of cloud resources and deployment models. However, that does not mean buying every cloud product a vendor places on its product roadmap or following the exact route and timing the vendor prescribes. Many companies we work with at Rimini Street have made the choice […]

The SAP S/4HANA Skills Crunch – How Bad Could It Get?
Cloud, ERP, S/4HANA 5 min read
The SAP S/4HANA Skills Crunch – How Bad Could It Get?

Our colleagues in Japan recently forwarded a series of SAP user group newsletter articles where the title of the series translates roughly into, “The Depression of SAP Users.” Why are they depressed? Likely, because they are being told they must hurry up and implement SAP S/4HANA before the deadline, when SAP says it plans to […]

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