Companies also do not need to feel forced to accept a software update if they are not yet ready -- in terms of budget and knowledge -- for it. "With Rimini Street, firms don't have to upgrade as and when the vendor wants; they can take the wait-and-see approach [if the upgrade is worthwhile] while a third-party (ie. Rimini Street) maintains the existing version of the software for them," shared Andrew Powell (pictured above), managing director for APAC, Rimini Street.
Other stories from The Summit 2017:
- What jobs are AI/robots after?
- AR becomes a reality for DHL and National Museum of Singapore
- How analytics enable Johnson and Johnson to become a digital-enabled enterprise
- DHL shows how smart glasses can help improve warehouse operations
- What will future data centres be like?
- Steps to secure a cloud-filled future
- CIO Summit KL 2017: What are the keys to staying relevant in a digital native's economy?
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