Street Wise Newsletter

2015: Rimini Street is powering into its tenth year. Continuing strong worldwide demand for our innovative service program is reflected in the full year 2014 financial results reported in this issue of Street Wise. We are proud of those results, primarily because they are the results of helping clients achieve maximum value from their IT investments, and we share a few of those client stories here as well.

— David Rowe, CMO

 

Rimini Street Announces Preliminary Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2014 Financial Results

Rimini Street's fourth quarter results included record highs in net revenues and third quarter deferred revenues.

  • Net revenue for the fourth quarter of 2014 increased 47% year-over-year to $25.4 million.
  • Net revenue for the full fiscal year 2014 increased 42% year-over-year to $86.7 million.
  • Deferred revenues increased 41% year-over-year to 82.8 million. 
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CIO Interview: American Cancer Society's Jay Ferro on his 2015 IT Priorities

With a multitude of projects and priorities on a limited budget, CIOs are expected to drive innovative solutions and deliver transformational technologies to the business. Learn from Rimini Street client CIO Jay Ferro of the American Cancer Society, as he leads into 2015 with analytics, mobility, and IT consolidation among his top priorities.

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Major Technology Manufacturer Upgrades, Expands SAP Footprint Under Rimini Street Support

By providing cost savings and expert support through multiple complex upgrades and a companywide restructuring, Rimini Street is helping TT Electronics expand its global SAP footprint across three continents. Hardly a “frozen” SAP landscape!

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Rimini Street Client and Industry Accolades

Rimini Street congratulates Incitec Pivot CIO Martin Janssen for being recognized with the 2015 CIO Impact Award from Frost & Sullivan. Janssen led an innovative customer-facing eCommerce initiative that helped the leading Australian manufacturer transform its business and maintain its leadership position in the market. Thanks to his decision to switch to Rimini Street support for the company’s SAP ECC 6.0 environment, Janssen was able to self-fund the entire initiative using the significant savings from leveraging independent support.


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Forbes Industry Article: Looming Customer Disconnect on SAP's S4HANA

Even with SAP customers continuing to invest billions on additional SAP products, most CIOs are unlikely to soon embrace the risk, performance and cost challenges associated with moving to HANA. Hear from enterprise CIOs including Rimini Street client Embraer on how investments in innovation around the edges are taking center stage rather than re-implementing the back-office.

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