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As marketing, sales and product teams identify ways to achieve competitive differentiation, grow market share and increase customer loyalty, they often require new applications or services, which they expect to get from IT. Sadly, many IT organizations have committed the majority of their budgets to “keeping the lights on” expenditures, leaving them with little or no capacity to deliver on initiatives that could change the game for their organization. This is often because enterprises have ceded too much control to vendor-dictated technology roadmaps. Check out 12 real-world illustrations from IT teams who powered their Business-Driven Roadmap by moving to third-party software support from Rimini Street. This decision to get off the vendor-dictated model allowed them to redirect resources to innovative projects that dramatically changed business outcomes.
Many leaders in the IT space are ‘switching to the cloud’ for their ERP applications suite. As a result of this changing ecosystem, many professionals are trying to strategize their move to streamline the process. Pat Phelan, former Gartner analyst and now Vice President-Market Research at Rimini Street, will share lessons learned and insights gained from over 25 years of working with IT leaders on how to move ERP into the cloud era without breaking the bank or introducing unmanageable risk.
IT teams are feeling the pressure to move everything to the cloud. IDC predicts that by 2023, digital transformation spending will account for half of IT budgets. The majority of that spend will go to cloud technologies. Cloud promises flexibility, elasticity, and cost savings — but only if you’re doing it for the right reasons guided by a business-first, not a cloud-for-cloud’s-sake, mentality. Before making the leap, especially with business-critical ERP systems, companies need a solid strategy. Rimini Street offers this ebook to look at the multiple elements of building a business-first cloud strategy that delivers maximum value and optimal performance. Topics covered include: Developing a Business-Driven IT Roadmap Avoiding common pitfalls of ERP in cloud Surviving the secondary effects of cloud moves Fast-tracking — without sabotaging — your cloud strategy
Cloud is a dominant force in enterprise software today. Moving data and workloads to cloud-based environments can drive competitive advantage, particularly by helping enterprises meet changing customer demands and enable new processes. Despite their popularity, cloud systems may not be the optimal strategic solution for entire IT landscapes. In many cases, internally deployed, customized ERP systems are robust and highly-functional, and there is no business case to move them to the cloud. Creating a hybrid IT strategy then becomes a smart path to optimizing IT budgets, choosing best-of-breed SaaS solutions, and accelerating digital transformation. To help fund these hybrid IT solutions, many organizations are switching from software vendor support to independent, third-party support, saving up to 90% on total maintenance costs and redirecting scarce IT budget dollars to innovation. In this informative e-book, you’ll meet five Rimini Street clients that are executing a hybrid IT strategy facilitated by third-party support, reallocating savings to initiatives such as: Low-code application development New marketing programs Rollout of electronic data interchange (EDI) for e-commerce Development of a cloud-based information technology service management (ITSM) application Freeing up IT staff for new projects Find out more about the benefits of third-party support for hybrid IT solutions. Read this new eBook.
Ideally, digital transformation moves at the speed of business. Unfortunately, ERP innovation does not. Hybrid IT solutions can help you keep up. A hybrid IT environment includes a combination of internally deployed technology and cloud-based technology. The key to optimizing hybrid IT — and hybrid IT ROI — is determining what moves to the cloud and what stays put. When considering the decision, it’s important to stay focused on your own enterprise rather than what others, including competitors, may be doing. Your criteria for a hybrid IT model will be unique to your business. What’s the ideal mix? Consider these three factors when designing your hybrid IT model: collaboration with other IT ecosystems, including suppliers and partners integration risk tolerance for data and processes hybrid IT environment security including, e.g., visibility into SaaS security Moving technology to the cloud is an important, highly visible decision. This white paper contains a detailed analysis for evaluating the factors, best practice recommendations, and a sample framework for assessing cloud readiness. Read this white paper and start creating your successful hybrid IT model today.
In this Rimini Street webinar, public sector IT leaders share how they’re making significant savings, taking control of their IT roadmaps and planning for the future
Enterprise organizations are facing constant pressure to shift ERP to the cloud. Vendors are pushing their cloud roadmaps. The business is demanding cloud capabilities to achieve growth and gain competitive advantage. Some CIO’s feel they are being asked to move to cloud ERP “for cloud’s sake” without a business case to justify it. But is moving your ERP to the cloud really the right move for the business? Join former Gartner analyst, Pat Phelan as she examines misconceptions and realities of ERP in the cloud. If the cloud is on your roadmap, you won’t want to miss this webinar. Register now.
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