Rimini Street is trusted by many leading organizations to provide independent, third-party support services and comprehensive support solutions 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.
“There is a massive amount of technology involved, but the most important thing is how it impacts peoples’ lives.
It was refreshing to engage with a company that is really motivated and enthusiastic to go above and beyond to provide the needed support and help solve our problems.”
“[W]ithout the right people, you have nothing. In the end, it’s all about the people you have on your team, and we have a great team.
One of the key components to realizing the vision was identifying a services provider that had a great track record of providing quality support and be willing to help take on the challenge of revitalizing MWRD’s environment. Rimini Street was that partner.”
“As a result of the cost savings that we obtained by partnering with Rimini Street, we are able to invest in innovations that lead to business growth and at the same time ensure we remain competitive in the industry.
I was impressed by how professional and well-organized the onboarding process was. It was executed with care, high-quality of work, and commitment to our success. ”
Learn how 7 manufacturers gained operational efficiencies and funded digital transformation with Rimini Street third-party support for enterprise software.
Energy and utilities organizations are under increased pressure to do more with less. Stricter regulations, more competition, and price fluctuations fuel budget decisions and resource allocation. IT teams are looking for ways to optimize IT budgets and invest in technologies that support sustainable operations, portfolio modernization, and business model transformation to remain competitive. In this e-book, you’ll meet four clients from the utilities and energy industry who regained control of their IT roadmaps by partnering with Rimini Street. By replacing ERP vendor support, they immediately saved 50% on annual maintenance fees, accessed more responsive support, and have more flexibility over when, or if, they choose to upgrade. The e-book covers: Stories from Suburban Propane, Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRD), BrandSafway, and an Australian mining company Benefits achieved by moving from vender ERP support to third-party support, beyond cost savings Ways that funds were reinvested, like advanced security with patching and monitoring, improved training across the company, and the implementation of cloud and mobile solutions Download the e-book to see how these energy and utilities organizations achieve operational efficiency and fund innovation.
Manufacturing CIOs need to take advantage of technology to drive efficiencies across internal production processes and to improve customer experience. These differentiators drive competitive advantage in a crowded marketplace. Yet, they’re struggling to achieve the digital transformation needed to harness AI/ML, IoT, cloud, and other advanced technologies. “Going digital” requires a new approach to IT management and operations. In this clever infographic, you’ll see why 70% of manufacturers are stuck in the first stage of digital transformation and what it takes to navigate the path to achieve successful digital transformation in manufacturing. To learn more about the challenges and opportunities of digital transformation in manufacturing, read “Going Digital – Digital Transformation in Manufacturing.”
In this on-demand webinar, learn how IT leaders are funding retail industry digital transformation, unlocking working capital to drive growth and improve security. Up to 90% of an enterprise’s IT budget can be consumed by ongoing operations and enhancements, leaving just 10% for strategic innovation. So how can CIOs pay for the retail digital transformation that can help give them a competitive advantage? Rimini Street’s Anne Plese explains how these CIOs can successfully implement digital transformation in the retail industry through the savings and operational efficiencies of unified support services for ERP applications and databases. Watch the on-demand webinar now.
What was the retail shopping experience like for consumers during the pandemic? What lessons did retailers learn about digital transformation to continue to drive success post-pandemic? Gartner addresses these questions and more in its recent report, Top Trends in Retail Digital Transformation and Innovation for 2021. The report includes an analysis of new consumer behaviors that were facilitated by retail technology in 2020, and identifies seven key digital transformation trends in retail to inform enterprise strategy and help prioritize IT investments in 2021 and beyond. As the world emerges from a touchless, stay-at-home economy, the “next normal” is now. To get a high-level overview of what that looks like, for consumers and retailers, plus what new IT investment strategies may prevail, view this infographic now. And to learn more about all of Gartner’s digital transformation trends in retail, read the full complimentary report.
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