In this webinar, Sr. Product Marketing Director, Jason Kotsaftis, and VP of Market Research, Pat Phelan discuss the findings from Rimini Street’s 2019 Oracle Applications Survey, including:
- What responders value the most and least when it comes to their Oracle relationship
- The key challenges Oracle customers face when it comes to maintenance and support
- The top considerations used to assess the future direction of their Oracle relationship and cloud strategy
Don’t miss the chance to get the results from the 2019 Oracle Application Survey, and learn more about how others are taking control of their Business-Driven Roadmap, instead of getting stuck in vendor-dictated cycles.
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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.
Pat Phelan recently joined Rimini Street as a VP of Market Research. She is developing a product marketing research agenda that provides an ecosystem perspective and informs business decisions across critical topics – including enterprise software, third-party support, IT optimization, and application strategies.
Pat has 37 years of packaged application experience in various industries, both public and private, including commercial manufacturers, service firms, federal/state/local government and education. Prior to joining Rimini Street, she was at Gartner for 18 years providing CIOs and IT leaders with research and advice on methods and strategies for managing the ERP/business application life cycle, with a special focus on restructuring support as applications are moved to the cloud.