Many Oracle JD Edwards customers share the same concerns: they are getting less new value from Oracle today than they received in the past, and are caught in an expensive cycle of paying Oracle nearly 22% of the license fee per year in maintenance costs — essentially repurchasing their existing legacy software every five years. What has greatly impacted many JDE licensees is Oracle having no new major release on its roadmap for either JD Edwards World or JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, and only extending full support for the latest releases — until April 2025 for World A9.4 and until December 2031 for EnterpriseOne 9.2.1 Rather than developing major new releases, Oracle has instituted a continuous release strategy through enterprise software updates (ESUs), which may or may not include valuable, new functionality for individual licensees. Implementing the ESUs can be expensive and labor-intensive, consuming even more critical enterprise resources that are needed for growth, and forcing painful funding tradeoffs. Fortunately, Oracle JD Edwards customers can skip the ESUs, save up to 90% on total software maintenance costs, and drive digital transformation with Rimini Street third-party support. In this e-book, you’ll meet five JDE licensees who regained control of their IT roadmaps by partnering with Rimini Street. They received comprehensive, engineer-led service and invested their significant support savings into strategic initiatives such as: improving efficiencies through the use of mobile hardware and applications developing advanced web portal capabilities for customers and consultants increasing funding for a subscription engine, a product data model, an HR system, and several e-commerce platforms reinvesting funds into business intelligence and master data platforms To learn more about how to stop paying excessive support fees and start funding innovation, read the eBook today. 1 JD Edwards Premier Support and Continuous Delivery FAQ
Traditional IT support models aren’t always designed to support modernized IT environments. In a modernized IT environment, organizations are facing multiple technologies, vendors, SLAs, and support levels. Juggling it all can take away from working on strategic projects that drive growth and competitive differentiation. Successfully running a modern IT environment means adopting a model that brings operations, management, and support into a single unified support service. In this white paper, you’ll learn how unified support services can improve IT outcomes in a variety of ways. The white paper covers: Why IT should consider re-evaluating how IT support is managed and delivered The differences between traditional and unified support models The role of unified support in IT modernization efforts Three benefits of unified support for IT teams Download your complimentary copy of the white paper for a deeper understanding of the impact of unified support on your IT modernization journey.
Make the smart choice when selecting an independent, third-party support provider. Support for enterprise applications and databases is critical to operations and future success. Downtime is costly, and noncompliance is unacceptable. Modern IT leaders are turning to third-party support for better support experiences and significant cost savings that can be allocated to innovation projects that fuel growth and competitive advantage.
Are your IT support services strained with the added demands of a hybrid-driven, multi-vendor IT environment? It’s only getting more complex. Successfully running a hybrid IT environment requires evolving traditional IT support services. This white paper details the secret of not only surviving – but thriving – in this rapidly-changing environment: a unified approach to support. Unified support services can help you improve service quality, scalability, delivery speed, and business outcomes. Download this whitepaper to learn: All the basics on how a unified support services model works Success stories of companies that have migrated to a unified support services model in hybrid environments How unified support services enable greater IT agility and create resources to support innovation
Modernizing enterprise applications and databases costs money. That’s why planning an efficient ERP roadmap is so important. Independent, third-party support is a powerful way to not only slash your total ERP costs, but also enhance the value of your IT investments with superior quality support and implementation. In this informative webinar, you’ll hear two industry experts discuss how your company can: Extract value from your IT investments Create a roadmap for digital transformation that puts the needs of your business ahead of those of your software vendor Evaluate the business case for independent, third-party support and use it as a roadmap for innovation in IT and beyond Register now to hear Valoir Principal Analyst Rebecca Wettemann and Rimini Street Senior Director of Product Marketing Anne Plese discuss the most efficient ways to leverage your existing technology investments.
Oracle Siebel software applications are robust and proven, yet can present several pain points for licensees, including: no full support for Siebel software releases earlier than 8.1/8.2 currently no new major Siebel release on Oracle’s roadmap plan uncertainty around future Siebel product roadmaps as Oracle encourages cloud solutions expensive to operate, maintain, and upgrade applications, with perceived new value from Oracle support decreasing as costs increase So how can Siebel licensees help maximize the total cost of their stable, customized systems? Minimize or eliminate upgrade/update costs and disruptions? Enable a strategic IT roadmap and fund digital transformation? Third-party support addresses these, and more. Read this white paper for valuable insights on optimizing support for Oracle Siebel software, including: a review of Siebel software releases a look at the financial and logistical realities of Oracle’s Continuous Innovation support model recommendations for regaining control of your IT roadmap and paying for innovation with newly available funds from your existing IT budget
Manufacturing CIOs need to take advantage of technology to drive efficiencies across internal production processes and to improve customer experience. These differentiators drive competitive advantage in a crowded marketplace. Yet, they’re struggling to achieve the digital transformation needed to harness AI/ML, IoT, cloud, and other advanced technologies. “Going digital” requires a new approach to IT management and operations. In this clever infographic, you’ll see why 70% of manufacturers are stuck in the first stage of digital transformation and what it takes to navigate the path to achieve successful digital transformation in manufacturing. To learn more about the challenges and opportunities of digital transformation in manufacturing, read “Going Digital – Digital Transformation in Manufacturing.”
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