This article provides insight into why Oracle licensees are rethinking their Oracle strategy. The piece highlights statistics from a Rimini Street survey conducted in United States to better understand the state of their relationship with the vendor, their application strategies and their future cloud plans.
This article highlights a survey of Oracle licensees conducted by Rimini Street, which found that the majority of Oracle’s US customers responding to a Rimini Street survey say they are currently or actively planning to reduce their spend with the enterprise software vendor.
This article highlights a survey of Oracle licensees conducted by Rimini Street, which found that a majority were planning to reduce the amount they spent with the vendor, with the high cost and features (61%), maintenance and support costs (58%) and Oracle's aggressive sales and tactics (21%).
This article highlights a survey of Oracle customers conducted by Rimini Street, which found that Oracle customers may be planning to reduce their spending with the vendor and are also wary of moving to the Oracle’s software-as-a-service lineup.
This featured byline highlights how CFOs can work better and more strategically with their CIOs, identifying three main personality types that drive the CIO and considerations for the CFO working with these different types.
This article describes how Rimini Street worked closely with the University of Auckland to develop a bespoke module for its PeopleSoft platform in order to ensure the university remained compliant with New Zealand’s changing tax regulations. It also highlights how the University avoided an expensive upgrade to its systems by working with Rimini Street.
In this article, Welch’s CIO explains how leveraging Rimini Street enables the IT team to utilize their current Oracle EBS implementation which is meeting their business needs, reduce overall maintenance costs and empower the team to move forward with their IT innovation strategy of ‘cloud first’.
This feature provides insight into the state of IT innovation for government agencies and organisations in Australia and New Zealand. The piece highlights statistics from a global IT survey commissioned by Rimini Street which shows how there is a downside risk to not innovating and the public sector cannot afford to fall too far behind the private sector.