$180M, 65% and 2025.

Live Webinar: August 23rd, 2018 - 11:00 am PT / 2:00 pm ET

It's your ERP strategy. Are Oracle and SAP reviewing these numbers with you?

Date: August 23rd, 2018
Time: 11:00 am Pacific / 2:00 pm Eastern
Duration: 45 minutes

Featured Speakers:

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Ray Wang
Founder and Principal Analyst
Constellation Research
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Sebastian Grady
Rimini Street
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Oracle and SAP plan to stop providing updates and fixes on their most commonly used applications by 2025. These expiration dates are looming, making the decision time now for your future ERP roadmap and you have many decisions to make. This webcast will walk you through three options a typical company paying $2M a year in annual ERP software maintenance will explore:

1. Go all in on the $180M spend with Oracle or SAP - sign up now and get locked into a future of upgrades, an immature platform, and support for 35% of things that break

2. Make no changes - let the vendors, their roadmaps, and platforms get worked out

3. Exit the vicious vendor cycle and move to Third-Party Maintenance for your Oracle and SAP applications - avoid the $180M rip-and-replace implementation, save $3M on annual maintenance costs, and get support for 100% of the things that break...while saving more time and money, allowing you to deliver innovations to your company such as moving to the Cloud

Before you make a decision, have you done the math? Not the fuzzy math that the software vendors and systems integrators provide that drives you to change for the sake of change. The eyes-wide-open, risk-aware, all-in costs mindset is important when buying into the Oracle or SAP future roadmap.

Don't miss this webcast. Join Ray W. Wang, Founder and Principal Analyst from Constellation Research and Sebastian Grady, President of Rimini Street, two very honest (and opinionated) market experts who will break down why some organizations will sleepwalk through the next 7-10 years, spending $180M for support, upgrades, and immature platforms, while 65% of the reasons their systems break won't be supported. Then they'll wake up and it'll be 2025: new platforms will still not be ready and existing systems will be atrophied.

Join the webcast and then do the math.

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