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How to Fund your Digital Transformation Initiatives

Digital transformation can deliver a sustainable competitive edge for organizations across all industries. CIOs are often left to address: “How are we going to pay for this?” with ongoing operations and enhancements consuming 80%-90% of a typical IT budget. Every day we hear how technology leaders are evolving strategies to reallocate capital & resources to drive digital growth – all while improving security controls and meeting audit standards.

One Gartner report event says, “the enterprise’s path to the future runs through IT, and boards and CEOs know it.”[1] But strangely, many are not open to fully funding IT and the future. Digital transformation, initiatives which move the needle for your business, is essential in good times and bad.

The good news is that budget and resources are within reach for Oracle and SAP licensees. In this webinar, we’ll cover a number of strategies on how to change your mindset and find more budget to fund your digital transformation initiatives including:

  1. Slash Oracle and SAP maintenance costs with a stroke of a pen
  2. Reduce license fees in many cases
  3. Reallocate funds and resources to strategic business initiative aimed at competitive advantage and growth.

[1] The 2021 CIO Agenda: Seize This Opportunity for Digital Business Acceleration

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Dan Ashton
Dan Ashton
Sr. Director, Product Marketing
Rimini Street

Dan Ashton has an extensive background with over 17 years in enterprise product marketing and corporate marketing management as well as sales management roles. Mr. Ashton is Senior Director of Product Marketing responsible for Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle Technology at Rimini Street. Previously he was Principal Product Director, Procurement Marketing at Oracle and also held key product marketing roles at SAP/Ariba. He was also a director on the marketing team at Chemdex / Ventro, the first B2B market exchange to go public in 1999.

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