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5 design issues to avoid in your Oracle roadmap

You have made significant investments to implement highly functional, stable enterprise software systems, which likely include customizations and add-ons tailored for your specific business. Many IT reams who historically followed Oracle’s applications roadmap are being driven down a path of de-support, artificially forcing upgrades, and/or rip-and-replace of these reliable and robust platforms to Oracle SaaS. Before you make any decisions around your short and long-term strategy, it’s important to realize what you are getting in exchange, how much it will truly cost and what level of risk it imposes on your ability to deliver on business-driven IT initiatives.

In this 30-minute webinar, you will hear about the five most critical design issues to avoid while defining your Oracle roadmap, particularly in the context of your critical business-driven requirements. Frank Reneke and Jason Kotsaftis share real-world examples of clients who freed themselves for the locked-in risks and costs associated with vendor-dictated roadmaps for their Oracle E-Business Suite, PeopleSoft, JD Edwards, Hyperion, Siebel and other back-office applications.

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Speaker

Frank Reneke
Frank Reneke
VP, Functional Support Services (FSS)
Rimini Street

Mr. Reneke is responsible for helping clients and prospects maximize the value of their ERP systems. He leads a global team that articulates how customers’ business objectives can be met by partnering with Rimini Street. The team’s ERP experts propose functional application strategies, determine ways to overcome upgrade challenges, and advise on best practices for successful deployment of innovative technologies such as hybrid cloud infrastructure.

For the last 20 years, Mr. Reneke has been a consultant specializing in implementing and upgrading large ERP systems. During that time he provided leadership in support of global transformation projects that span everything from project assessment to post-go-live phases of large multi-year ERP deployments. Mr. Reneke has conducted engagements that have included strategy, people, process, organization, technology and delivery, and has been the first to deliver systems in the industry numerous times around the world. He has worked directly for Oracle Corporation and for various Oracle Platinum Partners implementing and upgrading Oracle applications.
Today Mr. Reneke specializes in new software technology for ERP. His chief competency area is Human Capital Management and he has written and published articles and made multiple speaking appearances on trends over the last 20 years. Mr. Reneke’s areas of expertise include SAP, JD Edwards, PeopleSoft, Oracle EBS, Oracle Fusion, Workday, SaaS, and cloud computing.

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