Many Oracle customers that have upgraded Oracle ERP to the latest release may think they are now fully supported by Oracle through 2030 – but what does ‘full support’ really mean in the eyes of Oracle? – You might be surprised to find out.
Oracle has delivered great software over the years but has recently changed their model in how they will deliver software updates, enhancements and support moving forward with “Continuous Updates”. This can leave many customers questioning the value they are receiving and the risk they may be incurring.
The average Oracle implementation may require up to $20M in spend just to keep pace with Oracle’s continuous updates and maintain full support, so before you renew your support contract for another year of updates, we encourage you to get the facts.
Join Jason Kotsaftis, Sr. Director of Product Marketing for Rimini Street as he examines the gaps in premier support for Oracle today that can place your business at risk and how you can close those gaps while saving at least 50% on your annual maintenance fees.
Jason Kotsaftis is Sr. Director of Product Marketing at Rimini Street. Most recently, Jason served as Sr. Director of Solutions Product Marketing and Product Management at Dell/EMC. In that role, he led the group responsible for the complete solutions portfolio for server, storage, networking, cloud computing as well as converged and hyper-converged infrastructure systems. Prior to the Dell/EMC merger, Jason spent over 20 years at EMC Corporation where he held various positions including leading several strategic global alliances with Oracle, SAP and others as well as leading the solutions product marketing team for business applications, big data and cloud computing.
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