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Rimini begins public results

Rimini Street announced its first set of results since the completion of its merger with GPIAC. That has led to its listing on NASDAQ. It has continued its upward trajectory on both revenues and growth this quarter, the 47th consecutive quarter of revenue growth. Quarterly revenue was up 32% year on year at $53.6 million (2016:$40.7m).  Gross…

Higher Education turns from Oracle road to Rimini Street

Rimini Street has announced that Open Universities Australia (OUA) has moved support for its PeopleSoft Campus Solutions platform from Oracle to it. OUA faced a challenge that is familiar to many organisations. It has a legacy product on a release that was no longer fully supported by Oracle. The budget for upgrading was either not existent…

Bienvenue a Paris, Rimini Street

In its first announcement since listing on Nasdaq Rimini Street has unveiled deeper investments in Europe. It has appointed a new EMEA General Manager and launched a French Subsidiary, Rimini Street SAS, with a new Office and is hiring new staff. It has appointed Marc Chesover as general manager, EMEA to head the delivery operations…

NASDAQ welcomes Rimini Street

Rimini Street has completed its merger with GP Investments Acquisition Corp. First announced back in May the deal sees further investment in the global support and maintenance company. It also brings Rimini Street a listing on Nasdaq without the pains of an IPO. They formally withdrew their IPO filing on completion of the merger. Rimini…

Superior Uniform Groups extends ERP life with Rimini Street

Rimini Street has announced that Superior Uniform Group (NASDAQ:SGC) has switched support for its SAP solution to them. Superior Uniform went live with SAP R/3 ERP system in 2000. It now uses both SAP’s ECC 6 system and SAP’s Apparel and Footwear Solution (AFS) module. The problem with legacy ERP solution Like many other companies…

Rimini Street knocks back SAP in Japan

Rimini Street has won the support agreement in Japan for Saison Information Systems (SISCO) SAP ERP implementation. This is a boost for Rimini Street as it looks to expand its operations significantly outside the North American market. It has already had success in Latin America and Eastern Europe. It is now seeing success in other…

Rimini Street continues to rocket

Rimini Street has announced yet another impressive set of results. This is its 46th consecutive quarter of sequential revenue growth. Revenue for the quarter increased to $52 million, a quarterly increase of 37% and only just below the 42% from last quarter. When compared to Q1 2016, the growth trajectory has slowed a little (down…

Rimini Street announces new home in Sao Paulo

Rimini Street has announced the opening of a new larger office in Brazil. The company has seen good success in LATAM with more than 140 customers in the region. These are not just satellite offices for US multinationals but also local companies. They recently completed the switch over of support for Petrópolis Group who continue to use…

Rimini Street expands database support

Enterprise support services provider Rimini Street has announced a significant expansion of its database support. It is already a major provider of third-party support for Oracle database installations and SAP HANA. Now it has IBM, Microsoft and SAP clearly in its sights as it targets six new database platforms. Those platforms are: IBM DB2, Microsoft SQL…

Rackspace moves into ERP management space

All Posts Rackspace has announced it plans to acquire TriCore Solutions. The deal, if it complete, will be the biggest in the history of Rackspace. Importantly, it will take Rackspace out of its historic comfort zone and open source arena and into enterprise apps. TriCore Solutions specialises in enterprise apps management especially ERP management. According…