CEO of Constellation Research Ray Wang and SVP and CMO of Rimini Street David Rowe discuss the evolving landscape of enterprise software systems and the challenges customers face with maintaining stable legacy systems and deploying innovative solutions.
State Library Victoria Improves ERP Security and Support for Oracle On-Premises
Bradley Vice, CFO of State Library Victoria in Melbourne, had software challenges. And the pandemic made them worse. The library was running an older version of Oracle EBS on-premises and needed improved support, functional enhancements, and stronger ERP security to serve the growing number of online visitors that emerged with the pandemic. Software vendor support was low value, and regularly applying vendor security patches was putting a great deal of stress on internal teams. Watch this short, on-demand webinar interview to hear how Vice solved his problems through improved L4 support and proactive ERP security products from Rimini Street, freeing up his team to focus on innovation.
Your Future Options with SAP
Relying on SAP to run your business? Pressuring you to migrate to S/4HANA and nudging you to give up your perpetual license for cloud-based subscription licenses are just a few ways they may be trying to lock you into SAP for the long term. With mainstream maintenance for Business Suite 7 core applications ending in 2027, you have some important decisions to make. In this 30-minute segment, we cover the key dates and drivers of those decisions and why it’s best to keep your options open. You will learn about: • Vendor-driven roadmap and business-driven roadmap differences • Clarity on dates and other drivers for decision-making • 5 strategies to guide your S/4HANA migration Watch now! Speakers Luiz MariottoGVP, SAP Product ManagementRimini Street Scott HaysSenior Director, Product MarketingRimini Street
Maximizing SAP Value with Rimini Street
Predictions of an economic turmoil. End of mainstream support for ECC in 2027. Pressure to migrate to S/4HANA. With all of these factors on the table, you still need to find ways to keep moving forward with self-funded projects that drive innovation around your SAP platforms. The push from SAP to adopt S/4HANA is forcing IT leaders to make decisions – fast. And while some organizations have been quick to implement S/4HANA, many companies are still evaluating the solution. Valoir Research Principal Analyst and HR Tech Top 100 Influencer, Rebecca Wettemann, conducted in-depth interviews with third-party support for SAP clients and found four unique camps of organizations with respect to the S/4HANA journey: Early adopters Planners Evaluators Skeptics Find out what makes each camp unique, the impacts on their future plans, and why third-party support and services make sense regardless of your chosen path. Which camp are you in? Read the report to find out – and how to pave a smart path for your SAP strategy.