This opinion piece highlights a payroll reporting change in Australia that has largely gone undiscussed in business circles, with organisations now needing to ensure they are compliant with the Australian Tax Office’s Single Touch Payroll reporting system. Andrew Powell, Rimini Street’s APAC General Manager, says businesses need to ask their suppliers if their systems are STP compliant.
This feature provides key insights into the State of IT innovation in Australia, and highlights key findings from a recent global survey conducted by Vanson Bourne. The survey revealed that CIOs in Australia and New Zealand are relied on too heavily to drive innovation initiatives compared to their global peers, and discusses why the boardroom needs to take a bigger role in driving innovation initiatives locally.
This feature provides insight into the overall state of IT innovation in the ANZ region, in comparison to enterprises in other regions across the globe. The piece highlights ANZ stats from a recent global survey conducted by Vanson Bourne, and reveals how ANZ CIOs may be overspending on just ‘keeping the lights on’ as well as their stance on innovative initiatives.
Feature provides insight into the importance of IT innovation the retail sector; the piece highlights stats from a global IT survey commissioned by Rimini Street, including how IT leaders often feel locked in to their existing vendor relationships, and how finding the right partner is key to business transformation.
Detailed analysis of the issue of IT innovation in organisations and how they fund it; in particular highlighting the importance of working with IT vendors to create a services + innovation approach to managing existing costs and driving the adoption of new technologies.
This interview with Deputy CIO of Multnomah County provides an overview of the benefits this public sector client received after switching to Rimini Street for its highly customized SAP ECC 6.0 application with Oracle databases. The benefits outlined include cost and time savings as well as streamlined support with a single point of contact who is familiar with the county’s business systems.
Article discussing the challenges organisations face around managing IT expenditure and providing a variety of recommendations IT departments can implement.
Analysis of the key issues arising from the Rimini Street EMEA study of the State of Innovation Readiness in the region.
This interview with Rimini Street’s CEO, Seth Ravin, highlights the state of the third-party support landscape and how Rimini Street’s role has evolved since going public, the Company’s new offerings in the SaaS market, as well as how the Company is focused on three types of value: optimization, extensibility, and orchestration.
Diversity highlights Rimini Street’s offerings to date and the announcement of supporting both Salesforce Sales Cloud and Service Cloud, which is designed to complement what Salesforce already offers. Editor Ben Kepes explains that with this new offering it gives customers the ability to use a single support partner across both legacy and cloud applications and that gaining support for all the enterprises technology tools drives efficiencies.
Diginomica provides an overview of Rimini Street’s partnership with Salesforce, supporting Salesforce Sales and Service Clouds. In an interview, Rimini Street’s CEO Seth Ravin provides insight into how very few (if any) of Salesforce’s current partners have a track record of the kind of support services Rimini Street offers and how Rimini Street fills a critical service gap.
IDG Connect provides an overview of Rimini Street’s announcement to offer support services to supplement and complement core Salesforce-provided maintenance programs.
Larry Dignan’s interview with CEO Seth Ravin, addresses how the Company is expanding its third-party support services to the SaaS market starting with support for Salesforce, highlighting that Salesforce and Rimini Street are partners with complementary services.
Enterprise Times highlights Rimini Street’s new extensibility solution offerings recently added to the Company’s portfolio of services including mobile, analytics and database security add-ons. Editor Stevie Brooks provides his insight on each new solution offering, and his view that this move positions Rimini Street from a provider of IT services towards technology and business support services.
Diginomica summarizes Rimini Street’s launch of mobile, analytics and database security add-ons that customers can use to extend the life of their ERP systems and other core enterprise applications. Dean Alms, group vice president of product strategy, provides further insight on how these new extensions address the most common forms of modernization projects.
IT Jungle recaps Rimini Street’ 2017 accomplishments including new products and services and most notably, the Company’s public listing on Nasdaq.
This interview with Cape CIO includes a mention about the benefits gained by switching to Rimini Street including the significant savings, prolonged life cycles of its ERP and better quality support. Cape can now also avoid forced, expensive upgrades and is supported for its path to digital transformation.