Rimini Street is trusted by many leading organizations to provide independent, third-party support services for their mission-critical enterprise software, helping them immediately slash IT operating costs, save jobs, stabilize operations and allow their IT organization to focus resources on strategic initiatives. Rimini Street clients range from emerging, young companies to global giants and operate across many industries. Click on an industry below to learn how we are helping organizations in these industries enhance competitive advantage and fuel growth.
“We quickly realized that the value of the support we were receiving from Oracle did not match the annual spend. With Rimini Street, we’re able to get better support at a much lower cost.”Scott Lawry Associate Director Solution Design and Delivery
“Virtual patching is proactive and immediate. We don’t have to sit around and wait for something to happen before we get sent a vendor patch months later.”Mark Brockman Executive Director of Information Technologies
“We turned to independent support to help reduce costs and improve service. With a virtual patching strategy recommended by Rimini Street Global Security Services, we found we could also significantly boost database security and reduce overall risk.”Ron Traub Senior Operations Manager
Cristiane Holl, CFO of Fallgatter, talks about changing SAP support to Rimini Street and invites other leaders for the same path.
Not wanting to upgrade to Oracle EBS R12 due to the associated costs yet still needing stability in their ERP systems to be able to stay compliant with the new accounting guidelines in Taiwan, Supreme Electronics turned to Rimini Street for its its support and maintenance requirements.
The University of Auckland supports 1,200 applications and more than 5,000 staff with its ERP solution, but wanted to reposition its ongoing support and maintenance expenses into funding initiatives for growth. Find out how the organisation managed to do so by switching to Rimini Street for its support and maintenance requirements.
See how leading retailers are freeing up resources to create competitive advantage and drive growth as Sebastian Grady, president of Rimini Street, discusses service support strategies at the NRF 2020: Retail's Big Show, January 2020 in New York.
Global Manufacturer, Elkay has moved to Rimini Street, experiencing improved services as well as increased capacity and innovation. The adoption of Rimini Street has enabled the reallocation of resources, increased employee productivity, and supported digital transformation.
DJO takes its mission to help people keep moving seriously, so much so that the company considers the optimization of its IT environment a critical component of its ability to produce the orthopedic medical devices the world needs. As the company’s customized Oracle applications needed support, DJO faced time-consuming internal effort to isolate issues just to get vendor help.
Global steel manufacturer, Tempel Steel, moves to Rimini Street for support of Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle Databases, receiving improved service levels and gaining access to funds and resources for targeted investments into strategic initiatives that drive value for the organization, including purchasing additional Oracle modules to fuel business growth.
The CIO of BrightSource Energy tells about his experience with Rimini Street support.
Retail is immensely competitive. And margins are tight. Those are givens. To gain an advantage, retailers must make digital transformation a priority. But with 80 to 90 percent of a typical IT budget committed to operating existing systems, where will the IT innovation funding come from? Retailers who are early adopters of third-party enterprise software support have unlocked innovation funding by freeing up their precious resources: avoiding unnecessary ERP vendor upgrades, and letting overpriced vendor maintenance contracts expire. These retailers also follow a Business-Driven Roadmap that aligns all IT spending with business priorities, not vendor priorities. Taking these strategic, fundamental savings steps unshackles valuable IT resources-both budget and staff-for more critical initiatives such as: improving loyalty programs and delivery systems, enhancing customer service through artificial intelligence, integrating mobile technologies into the shopping experience, and even trying out robots in the warehouse. Download this eBook for helpful insights on how third-party support and a Business-Driven IT Roadmap can help you regain your retail competitive advantage.
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