Hybrid IT landscapes are proliferating as businesses blend new, often cloud-based applications with traditional on-premise enterprise software from companies like Oracle® and SAP®. With all the hype surrounding Hybrid IT and cloud, how should your organization evaluate a potential evolution to a Hybrid IT landscape?
Enterprise software license compliance has changed considerably in recent years – and it is only getting more complex. Effectively managing license agreements with vendors is an important part of information technology management for every organization. In this webinar, Rimini Street Director of License Advisory Services Jeremy Sayler provides an overview of compliance issues and best practices, reviews case studies on license compliance topics, and shares useful resources.
Many JD Edwards licensees believe they must upgrade just to retain needed product fixes and tax and regulatory updates. This is especially relevant to EnterpriseOne Xe, 8.0 and World A7.3, A8.1 licensees who will transition to Oracle® Sustaining Support after December 2013*. Even worse, 73%+ of users say these expensive upgrades are conducted primarily due to expiring support rather than business value.
More and more companies are replacing their SAP annual support with third-party support to reduce millions in SAP total cost of ownership. In fact, one SAP licensee was able to save 11% of its entire IT budget after switching to Rimini Street Support.
SAP® customers are struggling to decide on a way forward and it is not ‘simple’. Which path is right for you? - Is "wait and see" for S/4HANA the right strategy? - Can you innovate around your core ERP with hybrid IT? - How do you optimize your SAP investment, now and in the future? With the high cost of running SAP draining your budget and resources, every day you wait, you waste money and fall behind on innovation needed for your business.
After being on a mandatory evolutionary path for decades, SAP customers are faced with critical questions: - Do I commit towards an S/4HANA re-platforming journey now? - Do I rely on a single vendor indefinitely for innovation? - Am I stuck with spiraling ongoing costs or is there a better and faster way to support business objectives with my stable, core SAP application?
We’re not all in the business of saving lives like Jay Ferro, CIO of the American Cancer Society. But we are all similarly driven to deliver value through IT innovation that fuel business growth. Watch this on-demand webinar as Rimini Street president & COO Sebastian Grady sits down with Ferro to discuss how CIOs can not only deliver ongoing business value by challenging the status quo, but also free up funds for innovation and growth.
A recent global survey of 900 IT leaders and financial decision-makers revealed the top priorities and challenges they face when it comes to funding and investing in innovation. The results, which were published in a report entitled “IT Leaders Frustrated with Barriers to Innovation and Falling Behind” by llan Oshri highlights the biggest blockers to innovation.
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