Today we present a use case of a genuine Support Revolution customer; how we’ve helped a manufacturing-based organisation make huge cost savings on their IT budget and reclaim their existing Oracle estate’s value for money.
All Oracle ULA customers need to beware these five traps, in order to avoid hefty fines and unwanted extensions to their ULA contracts.
We analyse Oracle & SAP’s “generous” offerings to help organisations during the pandemic, and whether their assistance is actually a way of helping themselves…
There’s a lot of advice on what to do before a vendor audit, but what about afterwards? We provide guidance on what organisations can do to recover their losses and ensure any damage doesn’t last.
Read on to see how we’ve helped air transport organisations save much-needed IT budget – and take back control of their IT roadmap – at a time when their industry has been impacted dramatically. As we’ve mentioned in a previous blog post, the air travel/transport industry is currently at a standstill. Now more than ever, organisations in this sector need … Read More
We explain why S/4HANA needs more time and development before it is ready for most organisations to make the transition, with a use case of one failed implementation, and the lessons you can learn from it.
What do you do when SAP comes knocking with an audit? Our latest blog outlines three tactics you can use to be audit ready – as well as how we helped one customer fight back against a fine from SAP that they didn’t have to pay.
Oracle currently have two hosted Cloud offerings for their customers: Oracle Public Cloud and Oracle Private Cloud. We explain the simple differences between them, and how customers can escape Public Cloud to make big savings on hosting and support.
During the pandemic, many industries are frozen or seeing unprecedented challenges meaning that they desperately need to readdress their IT strategy and (as a result) make savings. We explain how, even now, organisations can say no to upgrades, make savings without compromises, and invest in their futures.
As an industry badly hit by the current lockdown and market uncertainty, we can save travel and transport organisations >50% on their largest IT bill each year.