IT professionals are continually challenged by budget constraints, a low inventory of skilled workers, and ongoing supply chain issues. Watch this virtual thought leadership webinar moderated by Anne Plese, Sr. Director of Product Marketing at Rimini Street. You’ll gain insights from two IT professionals who are creatively addressing these issues. They also discuss hot topics such as: IT modernization strategy, customer-driven innovation, upscaling internal talent, reskilling in the IT industry, and how to demonstrate the business value of IT solutions. Learn from Vinitha Simon, Head of Enterprise Architecture at Western Governors University, and Jeff Shepard, Senior IT Director at American Greetings AG Digital as they share ideas on how to develop comprehensive, strategic plans for your organization’s digital future.
What happens when organizations trade self-supporting enterprise software for comprehensive, independent third-party support? In the report, Taking the Smart Path: A Comprehensive ROI Analysis of Rimini Street Enterprise Software Services, 200 Rimini Street clients were surveyed on the benefits they’ve gained from moving to an independent, third-party support provider. The report covers the following topics: An overview of the state of vendor software support models and their impact on growth and innovation Takeaways from IT leaders for IT leaders around the decision to adopt an independent support model and advice on building a business case Detailed financial analysis of benefits gained by choosing independent support over the software vendor support Complete the form to download your complimentary copy of Taking the Smart Path: A Comprehensive ROI Analysis of Rimini Street Enterprise Software Services
The IT skills gap and global technology talent shortage are real. Companies large and small around the world are feeling the effects. The unprecedented pandemic-generated demand for cloud-based services, the Great Retirement of workers skilled in legacy systems, and employee retention issues are all contributing factors. IT professionals who have their choice of job opportunities with new technologies or a clearer path to career growth are leaving to take them. What if you could: easily and seamlessly fill IT skills gaps or tech talent shortages in your organization? end the search for just the right resources to maintain your specific applications and databases? gain access to a broad and deep team of global technology experts? retain your IT experts and keep them energized and engaged on visible, innovative projects for the business? Now you can. Meet six organizations that have leveraged Rimini Street’s comprehensive software support services to address IT skills gaps and tech talent shortages, freeing up their own teams for high-priority digital transformation initiatives. To learn more, download the eBook.
Many SAP licensees, even after paying their annual support invoices, still endure hours of self-support on customisations, chasing down support tickets and inflexible vendor roadmaps resulting in drained resources that could otherwise be deployed on projects to drive innovation. There’s a better way. Hear how T-Mobile optimised resources, filled skills gaps, and deployed their team towards bigger initiatives. Find out how to migrate to next-gen systems on your timetable instead of SAP’s — as well as how to address current SAP trends. It’s 10 minutes well spent. Watch now.
During times of disruption, companies within the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries that innovate and proactively invest in their own future can emerge stronger on the other side. How are CTOs and CIOs leading the charge to meet their 2022 objectives in a business landscape that included a global pandemic and economic and political uncertainty? What is the role — and priority — of technology in combating disruption for organisations with GCC countries? What are IT leaders’ feelings towards digital transformation and the cloud? What are their top IT initiatives for 2022? In this report sponsored by Rimini Street, Censuswide reveals results of its GCC region IT buyer sentiment survey covering industries including Telecoms, Financial Services, Oil and Gas, Retail, Manufacturing. They provide insights on those questions and more, including: What types of initiatives would IT leaders like to see more of in 2022? What initiatives would IT leaders like to cancel in 2022? What are the biggest challenges being faced when trying to meet digital transformation objectives? What are IT leaders’ plans, if any, for cloud migration? What % feel positively about their enterprise application vendor’s cloud offering? What % are looking to move to an opensource database? What % are dissatisfied with their enterprise application vendor support and why? Assess how your organisation stacks up — and your progress on digital transformation — by downloading the report today.
How are more than 300 senior procurement leaders planning to emerge stronger in 2022? As the world recovering from the worst of the pandemic, thoughts are turning to how procurement can help organisations grow, taking advantage of new opportunities that may emerge in any post-pandemic economic boom. According to research carried out by Supply Management Insider in association with Rimini Street, half (50%) of the procurement professionals surveyed said their business was prioritising digital transformation. What’s more, 47% of procurement professionals are already using or considering using third-party support to empower them in their modernisation strategies. Read this expert report for further analysis of the research and to learn how by making use of third-party support services you can free up funds and resources which can then be immediately reinvested into more strategic projects.
With all the pressures on energy businesses today, you can often find the technology budget you need to fund innovation hidden in plain view.
ERP consolidation can deliver technology standardization and cost savings, yet it can be a complex undertaking with twists, turns, and delays. A Gartner® report reveals four key drivers of a successful ERP consolidation, and advocates that enterprises “create a prioritized benefits-driven consolidation roadmap, beginning with quick wins”1 to earn stakeholder trust and confidence throughout the process. In this eBook you’ll find strategic approaches to ERP consolidation and avoiding missteps, based on best practices and Gartner’s four key drivers and analysis. Aligned with each key driver are success stories of organizations who have gained quick wins with the help of Rimini Street’s comprehensive support services for enterprise software. Their quick wins include: doing things differently to establish a competitive advantage driving data-centric, low-code synergies prioritizing projects with efficiency and functionality benefits evolving solution architecture and creating a more agile environment Read the eBook today to jumpstart your quick wins and a successful ERP consolidation. 1 Gartner, Inc. “Four Drivers of a Successful ERP Consolidation.” August 9, 2021, Dixie John, Denis Torii GARTNER is a registered trademark and service mark of Gartner, Inc. and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and internationally and is used herein with permission. All rights reserved.
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