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The Best Time to Take Back Control of Your Oracle Roadmap is NOW
ERP, Maximize ROI, Oracle 2 min read
The Best Time to Take Back Control of Your Oracle Roadmap is NOW

Many Oracle customers are currently facing a May 2020 maintenance renewal deadline that may lock them into another year of high costs, limited innovation and falling behind. IT today is facing a mandate from the business to evolve beyond a cost center to a source of innovation and growth. However, CIOs running Oracle can be […]

Video: 5 Ways to Improve ERP Security
ERP, Oracle, SAP 4 min read
Video: 5 Ways to Improve ERP Security

If you are not worried about the security of your ERP system, you ought to be. Considering that ERP is the repository of much of a corporation’s most important customer and financial data, it’s scary how often the security of ERP systems is neglected. It happens for many reasons, including the organizational disconnect among different […]

Rimini Street Survey Confirms Oracle Customers Want More Savings, Best-In-Class Cloud Options
Cloud, Cost of Maintenance, Oracle 4 min read
Rimini Street Survey Confirms Oracle Customers Want More Savings, Best-In-Class Cloud Options

When Rimini Street surveyed Oracle customers recently and asked their top priorities, they put cost optimization at the top of the list. Yet a recent Gartner survey of CIOs 1 identified enabling growth as their top priority. What accounts for the difference? I encourage you to read the full survey report, Why Enterprises Are Rethinking […]

What Can Oracle And SAP Customers Be Doing Instead Of Upgrading?
Cloud, ERP, Innovation 2 min read
What Can Oracle And SAP Customers Be Doing Instead Of Upgrading?

Are you facing a decision to upgrade your ERP? When meeting with businesses across the globe, the most common question I receive is “Is there value in upgrading my ERP application?” And my answer is this: 20 years ago, upgrades were important because new features and functionality were being introduced all the time based on […]

Moving to Third-Party Support Need Not Mean Your ERP Is “Frozen”
Business Driven Roadmap, ERP, Innovation 2 min read
Moving to Third-Party Support Need Not Mean Your ERP Is “Frozen”

Rimini Street clients continue to grow and evolve their ERP portfolios, including modernization of their technology stacks and investment in innovations such as cloud-based applications and tools. We can help make similar evolutionary steps possible in your enterprise. Canceling vendor maintenance does not freeze your ERP solution. In fact, the opposite happens. Enterprises become more […]

How Welch’s Squeezed More Value From IT With Rimini Street
Business Driven Roadmap, CIO Strategies, Client story 3 min read
How Welch’s Squeezed More Value From IT With Rimini Street

Because my ultimate bosses are family farmers, I do not get a lot of credit for spending money on technology for technology’s sake. Farming is a tough business, and they are right to have high expectations of the technology investments we make. Welch’s is such a well-known brand many people probably assume we’re a subsidiary […]

Unpacking Your Update Manager Box for PeopleSoft: “Is it just me or are they empty inside?”
Cost of Maintenance, ERP, Oracle 5 min read
Unpacking Your Update Manager Box for PeopleSoft: “Is it just me or are they empty inside?”

Software updates can be a lot like getting a gift you didn’t ask for, and while you may pay a great deal for software updates, they can often contain no clear value. Imagine unwrapping a beautifully wrapped present. It’s a big box so you figure it has to be something amazing, but as you rip […]

Updating And Securing Java Under Oracle’s Latest Rules
Audits, Java, Open source 3 min read
Updating And Securing Java Under Oracle’s Latest Rules

Clients who rely on Rimini Street for support of Oracle enterprise software have been asking us how we can help support their Java applications after the end of January 2019. That is the date after which Oracle says it will stop providing updates to publicly available versions of Java SE 8 to users without a […]

Oracle’s Cloud Programs: Beware a Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing
Cloud, ERP, IaaS 6 min read
Oracle’s Cloud Programs: Beware a Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing

The promise of the cloud is to liberate IT from the cost and burden of tiresome daily IT administration, while delivering more freedom to select from the industry’s latest and best innovations. Too bad that goes against the very DNA of legacy ERP vendors such as Oracle, whose stock price and revenues historically are closely […]

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