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Setor de serviços de suporte de tecnologia da Rimini Street entrega compilador COBOL para os produtos PeopleSoft

Conferência COLLABORATE 14 - Rimini Street, Inc., a principal fornecedora independente de suporte de software empresarial da SAP AG (NYSE) Business Suite e BusinessObjects e software da Oracle Corporation (NYSE:ORCL) Siebel, PeopleSoft, JD Edwards, E-Business Suite, Oracle Database, Oracle Middleware, Hyperion e Oracle Retail, anunciou hoje que o setor de serviços de suporte de tecnologia da Rimini Street entregou uma nova ferramenta para clientes que subscrevem o suporte da Rimini Street para a PeopleSoft – o Rimini Street COBOL Compiler® ("Compilador RSI"). O Compilador RSI combina um pré-compilador da Rimini Street com um compilador COBOL da IBM, que, sob contrato com a IBM Corporation, são embalados, licenciados e distribuídos juntos como uma solução integrada. O Compilador RSI está imediatamente disponível sem custo adicional para os clientes de suporte PeopleSoft da Rimini Street.

A Rimini Street oferece uma escolha sem custo para os clientes do suporte PeopleSoft

Vários produtos PeopleSoft exigem um compilador COBOL para incorporar atualizações de código fonte obrigatórias, tais como alterações de fórmulas de cálculo de imposto sobre a folha de pagamento. Até agora, a única solução para os usuários PeopleSoft foi pagar taxas de licença dispendiosas para a Oracle para cada cópia de um compilador MicroFocus COBOL. A Oracle é a fonte exclusiva de licenciamento para compiladores MicroFocus COBOL para uso com produtos PeopleSoft.

Hoje, a Rimini Street oferece aos clientes uma adicional redução no custo total de propriedade, oferecendo o Compilador RSI para os clientes de suporte PeopleSoft da Rimini Street sem nenhum custo adicional. Aos clientes é fornecida uma licença do termo para uso com uma instância de teste e desenvolvimento de software PeopleSoft, enquanto continuam a ser assinantes do suporte da Rimini Street.

A Rimini Street emprega com sucesso o Rimini Street COBOL Compiler

Os serviços de suporte de tecnologia da Rimini Street implementaram com êxito o Compilador RSI desde 2013, com quase 90 clientes já licenciados para uso com seus produtos PeopleSoft.

A Rimini Street também inclui os seguintes serviços com cada licença do Compilador RSI sem nenhum custo adicional enquanto que o cliente assina ao suporte da Rimini Street para PeopleSoft:

  • Assistência para instalação e configuração
  • Treinamento do usuário
  • Suporte ao produto
  • Atualizações do produto

Os serviços de suporte de tecnologia fornecem uma extensa gama de serviços ao cliente

Os serviços de suporte de tecnologia ("TSS") da Rimini Street fazem e continuam a fazer investimentos significativos no desenvolvimento e na entrega de serviços de suporte de tecnologia inovadores que os clientes podem aproveitar para reduzir o custo total de propriedade e certificar-se que as versões de seu software empresarial principal ERP estáveis permanecem estáveis, confiáveis e compatíveis com plataformas de longo prazo por um período mínimo de 15 anos após a mudança para a Rimini Street.

Ajudam com êxito muitos clientes há anos a resolver desafios complexos de tecnologia - incluindo a resolução de desafios de compatibilidade, migração, segurança e integração entre sistemas operacionais, bancos de dados, middleware, compiladores, navegadores, API's e componentes de nuvem integrados em cenários híbridos na instalação/nuvem.

"A Rimini Street tem o prazer de fornecer esta nova ferramenta para ajudar seus clientes de suporte PeopleSoft a reduzir ainda mais o custo total de propriedade," disse Seth Ravin, diretor executivo da Rimini Street. "Estamos empenhados em investir em soluções inovadoras, tal como o Rimini Street COBOL Compiler que atende às necessidades de nossos clientes, hoje, amanhã e além".

Sobre a Rimini Street, Inc.

A Rimini Street é fornecedora líder independente de serviços de apoio de softwares empresariais. A empresa está redefinindo os serviços de suporte empresarial com um premiado programa inovador, que permite aos licenciados Oracle e SAP economizar até 90% dos custos totais de suporte durante uma década, incluindo economia de 50% sobre as taxas anuais de suporte. Os clientes podem manter sua versão atual do software, sem necessidade de upgrades ou migrações por, pelo menos, quinze anos após a mudança para a Rimini Street. Centenas de clientes, incluindo organizações globais, Fortune 500, do mercado intermediário e do setor público de uma ampla variedade de indústrias escolheram a Rimini Street como sua prestadora de suporte independente de confiança. Para saber mais, acesse www.riministreet.com ou ligue dentro dos EUA para (888) 870-9692 ou internacionalmente para +1 (702) 839-9671.

Rimini Street e o logotipo Rimini Street são marcas registradas da Rimini Street, Inc. Todos os outros nomes de empresas e produtos podem ser marcas registradas de seus respectivos titulares. Copyright © 2014. Todos os direitos reservados.

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