The Rimini Street Foundation is a reflection of the values, hearts and passion of Rimini Street as a company and individuals. We are on a mission to share our company success by investing back into the communities we serve around the world with in-kind donations, employee time, and financial donations. The Rimini Street Foundation is privately funded by Rimini Street, Inc. and its global subsidiaries. This video highlights some of the work we have done in communities around the world, the connections we have made, and the Rimini Street family that makes it all possible.
Maximize Your Salesforce ROI
The Salesforce® talent shortage is real. There isn’t enough expertise to go around, and that’s creating significant challenges for businesses. Not only are organizations struggling to source Salesforce talent, but they’re also searching for the budget to fund the salaries that experienced Salesforce professionals command. The projected growth of the Salesforce economy and the leverage that Salesforce experts have in the job market predict even more challenging times ahead. What if you could: easily and seamlessly solve your Salesforce skills gap issues? clear the growing backlog of customer data and reporting projects? improve seller productivity and win rates? stay on top of new Salesforce features? Now you can. Meet six organizations that are leveraging Rimini Street managed services for Salesforce to close their skills gaps, help improve Salesforce ROI, and redeploy internal teams to more critical initiatives. Download the eBook for more insights.
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Produce Digital Transformation in Manufacturing
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.”