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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Competing successfully in retail has become increasingly tied to reducing costs and funding IT transformation. In this on-demand webinar Kayak founder Terry Jones, Wells Enterprises (and Blue Bunny ice cream brand) CIO Ryan Schaap, and Rimini Street president Sebastian Grady discuss the mandate for digital innovation in the complex, evolving world of retail. Learn how industry leaders are funding digital transformation for retail and implementing innovative technology; how you can reduce your enterprise software support budget and stop paying into a dated vendor support model; and how the 108-year-old parent company of the Blue Bunny brand is driving growth through acquisitions and digital transformation. Watch the on-demand webinar now.
Enterprises with multiple ERPs may want to pursue consolidation to gain technology standardization and deliver cost savings. CIOs considering this should undertake a strategic approach and employ ERP consolidation best practices to achieve greater organizational success than IT cost savings alone. In this research report, Gartner discusses key findings around ERP consolidation and provides four recommendations for CIOs to attain higher-order benefits for the enterprise, both at the completion of the consolidation and beyond. Our key learnings: A single large ERP solution with standard functionality will likely not meet all of your organization’s requirements. ERP consolidation efforts can too often focus on technical simplification. A better approach maintains enterprise value, gains flexibility, and delivers both standardization and competitive advantages. An ERP consolidation effort focused exclusively on cost savings will often overlook opportunities to identify and track transformational benefits that are not cost-related. A composable approach to ERP consolidation facilitates common solutions for common functional requirements across the enterprise, while also driving greater efficiency and cost savings within the operating structure. For the full analysis, actionable recommendations for IT leaders, and ERP consolidation best practices, download this complimentary Gartner research report. Reference: 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.
Oracle licensees are spending a small fortune on support for their Oracle investments, while shrinking IT budgets and limited resources are compelling them to slash their support costs by: Deferring major upgrades Adopting open-source options Switching to third-party support Understanding Oracle licensing is crucial to Oracle license optimization. Rimini Street surveyed 400-plus customers to find the answers to Oracle licensing questions and gain insights into the challenges and priorities impacting their roadmap strategies. Hear the results of the survey in this exclusive audio webcast, hosted by IDG Digital Content Director Tom Schmidt. Contact Rimini Street to learn more about how independent, third-party support can enhance Oracle license optimization.
Energy and utilities organizations are under increased pressure to do more with less. Stricter regulations, more competition, and price fluctuations fuel budget decisions and resource allocation. IT teams are looking for ways to optimize IT budgets and invest in technologies that support sustainable operations, portfolio modernization, and business model transformation to remain competitive. In this e-book, you’ll meet four clients from the utilities and energy industry who regained control of their IT roadmaps by partnering with Rimini Street. By replacing ERP vendor support, they immediately saved 50% on annual maintenance fees, accessed more responsive support, and have more flexibility over when, or if, they choose to upgrade. The e-book covers: Stories from Suburban Propane, Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRD), BrandSafway, and an Australian mining company Benefits achieved by moving from vender ERP support to third-party support, beyond cost savings Ways that funds were reinvested, like advanced security with patching and monitoring, improved training across the company, and the implementation of cloud and mobile solutions Download the e-book to see how these energy and utilities organizations achieve operational efficiency and fund innovation.
Your current ERP system — the backbone of the organization — is running smoothly now. But what happens when it breaks? Do you have experienced staff to get it back up and running with minimal downtime? Or are you caught in a cycle of continually sourcing expensive, temporary talent to meet critical software support needs when your IT experts retire? If you’re looking for a better solution — including proactive problem-solving and preventative maintenance for the long term — consider adding Rimini Street enterprise application management services (AMS) to your ERP support. If you’re new to Rimini Street, contact us to explore how unified support services can reduce your annual software support fees, managed services costs, and reliance on staff augmentation. Download this infographic for success metrics from organizations that are running robust existing systems and closing the IT skills gap with Rimini Street unified support.
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