As a leading independent provider of enterprise software, Rimini Street has signaled its intention to expand its position in the Latin American market by hiring industry veteran Edenize Maron as general manager for its Latin America division.
In this new role, Maron will be expected to oversee sales and delivery for all the support systems Rimini Street offers in Latin America.
“The Latin America market is increasingly discontent with the current ERP business model presented by enterprise software vendors – namely the high cost of annual maintenance, the high cost to upgrade and being forced to upgrade their stable systems – and is looking for ways to invest in innovative technologies that will help grow their business versus continuing to overspend on vendor maintenance for the core transaction systems,” Maron said. “With Rimini Street, clients can save up to 90 percent on their total maintenance costs, take back control of their ERP systems, choose if and when to invest in an upgrade, and choose where they will invest the savings from a switch to Rimini Street support.”
Rimini Street opened up its headquarters in Latin America in 2012, choosing Sao Paulo, Brazil, as its home. It now has over 60 clients in the Latin American market.
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