Users of enterprise applications and databases have seen Oracle annual maintenance costs rise and the value gained from the original vendor support model fall. For these reasons, a growing number of licensees are moving to third-party support for Oracle. Read this research report to find out how Oracle licensees benefit from choosing Rimini Street to support Oracle applications and databases.
This in-depth ROI analysis commissioned by Rimini Street and prepared by independent analyst firm, Valoir, evaluates the business outcomes of 200 Rimini Street clients. On average, clients saved up to 75% off Oracle annual maintenance costs, while charting a path for digital transformation and maintaining control over the ERP roadmap. The findings confirm the significant savings Oracle licensees can experience in the following areas:
- Annual maintenance costs: Break/fix support and tax, legal, and regulatory updates
- Upgrade costs: The cost of forced upgrades to retain full support when vendor support windows end
- Customization support: The cost of supporting customizations that break, which is not covered as part of the standard vendor support model
- Self-support burdens: The cost of additional resources and headcount required to deal with the deficiencies and inefficiencies of original vendor support, including regression testing analysis of hundreds of fixes, and issue justification
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