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.
Vendor software maintenance fees dominated our limited IT budget, but since switching to Rimini Support™ for Oracle EBS and Database, we have freed up savings to invest in digital innovation to make our company a leader in the new IT environment.”– IT General Manager Doosan Enerbility
We log in a ticket, and Rimini Street provides root cause analysis and permanently fixes those issues. We are seeing vast improvements leading to stabilization and ability to meet our KPIs.”– Criselda de Jesus Department Head, HCM and CRM Solutions
The best part is that our customers have not seen any difference. We are still working together but with upgraded and compliant systems. We can be ISO certified. This is the key to working with partners such as the UK Post Office.”– Hugues Piet Lataudrie Row Director BO Solutions and Digital BP
Learn how 7 manufacturers gained operational efficiencies and funded digital transformation with Rimini Street third-party support for enterprise software.
The world is swirling with change for Telecommunications and Media and Entertainment (M&E) companies. The advances brought by 5G technology allow a complex array of possibilities…and risks. Read the Rimini Street-sponsored report – As Cloud Investments Increase, Are You Creating Risk by Skimping on Your Database Budget? – for an in-depth analysis of both. You’ll learn Key tech trends in the Telecommunications and M&E industries How to modernize while keeping ROI and cost of ownership in full view What your peers and competitors are forecasting for 2023 spend Prepared by global market intelligence firm IDC, the report also covers the thorny ground of patches, updates, and security risks – as well as the options available to telecommunications and M&E companies for answering their needs.
During times of disruption, companies within the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries that innovate and proactively invest in their own future can emerge stronger on the other side. How are CTOs and CIOs leading the charge to meet their 2022 objectives in a business landscape that included a global pandemic and economic and political uncertainty? What is the role — and priority — of technology in combating disruption for organisations with GCC countries? What are IT leaders’ feelings towards digital transformation and the cloud? What are their top IT initiatives for 2022? In this report sponsored by Rimini Street, Censuswide reveals results of its GCC region IT buyer sentiment survey covering industries including Telecoms, Financial Services, Oil and Gas, Retail, Manufacturing. They provide insights on those questions and more, including: What types of initiatives would IT leaders like to see more of in 2022? What initiatives would IT leaders like to cancel in 2022? What are the biggest challenges being faced when trying to meet digital transformation objectives? What are IT leaders’ plans, if any, for cloud migration? What % feel positively about their enterprise application vendor’s cloud offering? What % are looking to move to an open-source database? What % are dissatisfied with their enterprise application vendor support and why? Assess how your organisation stacks up — and your progress on digital transformation — by downloading the report today.
The Salesforce® talent shortage is real. There isn’t enough expertise to go around, and that’s creating significant challenges for businesses. Not only are organizations struggling to source Salesforce talent, but they’re also searching for the budget to fund the salaries that experienced Salesforce professionals command. The projected growth of the Salesforce economy and the leverage that Salesforce experts have in the job market predict even more challenging times ahead. What if you could: easily and seamlessly solve your Salesforce skills gap issues? clear the growing backlog of customer data and reporting projects? improve seller productivity and win rates? stay on top of new Salesforce features? Now you can. Meet six organizations that are leveraging Rimini Street managed services for Salesforce to close their skills gaps, help improve Salesforce ROI, and redeploy internal teams to more critical initiatives. Download the eBook for more insights.
Many SAP licensees, even after paying their annual support invoices, still endure hours of self-support on customisations, chasing down support tickets and inflexible vendor roadmaps resulting in drained resources that could otherwise be deployed on projects to drive innovation. There’s a better way. Hear how T-Mobile optimised resources, filled skills gaps, and deployed their team towards bigger initiatives. Find out how to migrate to next-gen systems on your timetable instead of SAP’s — as well as how to address current SAP trends. It’s 10 minutes well spent. Watch now.
Many SAP licensees, even after paying their annual support invoices, still endure hours of self-support on customizations, chasing down support tickets and inflexible vendor roadmaps resulting in drained resources that could otherwise be deployed on projects to drive innovation. There’s a better way. Hear how T-Mobile optimized resources, filled skills gaps, and deployed their team towards bigger initiatives. Find out how to migrate to next-gen systems on your timetable instead of SAP’s — as well as how to address current SAP trends. It’s 10 minutes well spent. Watch now.
Competing successfully in retail has become increasingly tied to reducing costs and funding IT transformation. In this on-demand webinar Kayak founder Terry Jones, Wells Enterprises (and Blue Bunny ice cream brand) CIO Ryan Schaap, and Rimini Street president Sebastian Grady discuss the mandate for digital innovation in the complex, evolving world of retail. Learn how industry leaders are funding digital transformation for retail and implementing innovative technology; how you can reduce your enterprise software support budget and stop paying into a dated vendor support model; and how the 108-year-old parent company of the Blue Bunny brand is driving growth through acquisitions and digital transformation. Watch the on-demand webinar now.
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