Sequel Support unveils Hyperion
Hyperion was developed in-house and automates the monitoring of databases.
Rimini Street Statement on Oracle v. Rimini Street
Rimini Street, Inc., the leading global provider of independent enterprise software support services for SAP SE's Business Suite, BusinessObjects and HANA Database software and Oracle Corporation's Siebel, PeopleSoft, JD Edwards, E-Business Suite, Oracle Database, Oracle Middleware, Hyperion, Oracle Retail, Oracle Agile PLM and Oracle ATG Web Commerce software, today issued the a statement on Oracle v. Rimini Street.
Growth for Rimini Street's Oracle support services
Billings increased by 57% across all Oracle products in the 12-month period ending 30 September 2015, compared to the prior 12-month period.
Rimini Street appoints GM, Latin America
Edenize Maron will lead the growth and development of this region, and will oversee all sales and delivery of Rimini Street support services in Latin America.
Rimini Street on list of US's fastest-growing companies
The company appeared on Inc. magazine's 2015 Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing private companies in the US for the fifth consecutive year.
More inquiries about cancelling ERP vendor agreements
A Garner report? shows a growing number of enterprise software licensees are considering alternatives to annual ERP vendor maintenance, says Rimini.
Oracle abandons damages claim against Rimini Street
Oracle has withdrawn its largest copyright damages theory of $210 million based on fair market value.
Rimini Street announces preliminary Q2 2015 results
The company showed strong growth, with net revenues up 36% year over year and deferred revenues as of 30 June 2015 up 49% year over year.
Rimini Street comments on Oracle litigation
Oracle's statement today regarding litigation between it and Rimini Street appears to be driven by frustration, Rimini Street says.
McDonald`s credits BI for growth
In this World Wide Wrap: McDonald`s credits BI for growth, BI set to soar, and Oracle integrates Hyperion.
Intellient feels the heat
Local firm Intellient gets a rough deal as Oracle opens up the Hyperion distribution network.