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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
Video interview with Ray Wang of Constellation Research on digital transformation and implementing a smart mix of cloud, ERP, and best-of-breed solutions.
Video interview with Ray Wang on digital transformation and the benefits of implementing hybrid IT and a business-first approach as your cloud-first strategy.
Many organizations plan to move toward the cloud over time and others may have infrastructure elements that will never be cloud ready. With hybrid IT, organizations can achieve cloud benefits, like cost savings, scalability, and agility, while leveraging investments in non-cloud elements. By satisfying a variety of use cases, hybrid IT is emerging as the operating model for the future allowing organizations to combine cloud and non-cloud environments to achieve the best-fit platform for each workload. Architecting a robust and reliable hybrid environment involves managing multiple layers of complexity including platform compatibility, vendor responsibility, and security coverage. In the white paper, “6 Best Practices for Hybrid IT Environment Success,” you’ll learn how to plan a successful hybrid IT journey. In the white paper, you’ll find: An overview of the operational challenges of the hybrid era Functional and technical best practices for hybrid environments Strategies for managing multiple vendors and cloud providers Practical recommendations for application placement, vendor selection, security, and interoperability
What are the major challenges European PeopleSoft licensees face – and what are their future PeopleSoft ERP plans? In March 2020, Rimini Street polled PeopleSoft licensees in various roles (CIO, VP of IT, Director/ Manager of IT, Oracle Application Leads, Oracle Application Managers, and Oracle Administrators) around Europe, across diverse industries to find out. The survey revealed that most respondents believe that their current release meets their business needs, but they still experience frustration with support and costs. Other insights from the report: Where Peoplesoft licensees that are no longer supported are finding support What factors are – and aren’t – motivating PeopleSoft licensees toward the 9.2 upgrade and release cycle How much time and manpower do PeopleSoft licensees devote to testing, validating, and applying 9.2 upgrades Which platforms that PeopleSoft licensees are using to move to the cloud Download the full report for survey results, insights, and recommendations to guide your PeopleSoft roadmap.
Rimini Street Cloud Advisory Services include cloud ERP strategy, analysis, guidance, and ongoing support to help facilitate a successful migration to the cloud.
Amid global disruption, cloud has become an attractive option to reduce IT costs, improve performance, and serve as the basis for launching new technologies like Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. Making the move to the cloud doesn’t mean decommissioning all of your non-cloud resources; many organizations need these non-cloud resources to form the basis of digital transformation and other innovation efforts. And there are some complex, resource-intensive applications and infrastructure that may never be cloud-ready. These types of environments demand a hybrid approach. Hybrid IT allows cloud and non-cloud resources to coexist so that organizations can continue running certain applications and resources in non-cloud environments, while taking advantage of the cloud for elements that benefit from the cloud. This white paper, “Leveraging Hybrid IT Now to Power Digital Transformation,” unpacks the role of hybrid IT as an enabler of innovation and a practical strategy for realizing a best-fit IT environment. The white paper covers the following topics: The rise of hybrid IT and common business use cases Addressing feature parity in non-cloud and comparable cloud solutions What to expect during a migration to a hybrid environment How hybrid IT impacts opportunity cost, flexibility, and your business roadmap Examples of businesses that have successfully implemented hybrid IT environments and reinvested in innovation
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