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Oracle License Optimization and the Future of Customers’ Roadmaps

Oracle licensees are spending a small fortune on support for their Oracle investments, while shrinking IT budgets and limited resources are compelling them to slash their support costs by:

  • Deferring major upgrades
  • Adopting open-source options
  • Switching to third-party support

Understanding Oracle licensing is crucial to Oracle license optimization. Rimini Street surveyed 400-plus customers to find the answers to Oracle licensing questions and gain insights into the challenges and priorities impacting their roadmap strategies.

Hear the results of the survey in this exclusive audio webcast, hosted by IDG Digital Content Director Tom Schmidt. Contact Rimini Street to learn more about how independent, third-party support can enhance Oracle license optimization.

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Speakers

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

Dan Ashton has 17 years of experience in enterprise product marketing and corporate marketing management, in addition to sales management roles. As Senior Director of Product Marketing at Rimini Street, he is responsible for Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle Technology. Prior to joining Rimini Street, Dan served as Principal Product Director, Procurement Marketing at Oracle; held key product marketing roles at SAP/Ariba; and was a director on the marketing team at Chemdex / Ventro, the first B2B market exchange to go public, in 1999.

Tom Schmidt
Tom Schmidt
Digital Content Director, Strategic Marketing Services
IDG

Tom Schmidt works closely with IDG clients to create wide-ranging original content, including videos, webcasts, white papers, and infographics. Tom has more than 20 years of award-winning editorial experience, ranging from newspapers to magazines to websites.

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