The New CIO Mandate: An Impetus For Change
Forbes published an article by Stephen Salaets, CIO & SVP, Global Security, Quality and Internal Audit at Rimini Street, on how CIOs are being tasked to drive change and innovation within their organization by developing a business-driven IT roadmap. The article discusses that driving innovation to support the business is taking priority over transactional efficiency and standardization, ultimately supporting the business’ vision for competitive advantage and growth.
The Impact of Moving to Independent, Third-Party Software Support
When organizations consider the amount of their IT budget that is spent on yearly maintenance, many focus primarily on the annual maintenance fees as a large and already-budgeted expense that must be paid without question.
But looking deeper at the total price of support, it can become apparent that millions of dollars are often unnecessarily wasted each year due to the outdated support model of software vendors.
This executive summary is derived from a Rimini Street impact study that was validated by independent analyst firm Nucleus Research. It confirms the significant savings that a sample of 70 Oracle and SAP licensees have realized by replacing their software vendor support with Rimini Street support.
Rimini Street CEO Discusses Global Expansion on CNBC’s Squawk Box
Rimini Street CEO Seth Ravin was featured in an interview on CNBC’s Squawk Box. Rimini Street has made recent headlines after announcing significant investments in leadership, sales and service delivery across APAC, Latin America and Europe, including new subsidiaries in Singapore and Mexico, a new regional director based in Singapore and launch of sales in Poland.