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Rimini Street gibt Finanzergebnisse für das zweite Quartal 2014 bekannt

Rimini Street, Inc., der führende unabhängige Anbieter von Support für Unternehmenssoftware der SAP AG (NYSE: SAP), Business Suite und BusinessObjects sowie die Softwarepakete der Oracle Corporation (NYSE: ORCL), Siebel, PeopleSoft, JD Edwards, E-Business Suite, Oracle Database, Oracle Middleware, Hyperion und Oracle Retail, hat heute seine Finanzergebnisse für den am 30. Juni 2014 zu Ende gegangenen Dreimonatszeitraum bekannt gegeben.

Die Ergebnisse von Rimini Street für das zweite Quartal haben Rekordzahlen in Bezug auf Nettoumsätze, Rechnungsabgrenzungsposten, aktive Kunden und Anzahl der Kunden gezeigt, die sich für nicht kündbare Mehrjahres-Serviceverträge entschieden haben.

  • Die Nettoumsätze für das zweite Quartal 2014 stiegen gegenüber dem Vorjahr um 37 Prozent auf 20,4 Millionen US-Dollar.
  • Die Rechnungsabgrenzungsposten lagen zum 30. Juni 2014 bei 61,2 Millionen US-Dollar, d. h. 33 Prozent höher als im Vorjahr.
  • Die Anzahl der Kunden, die aktiven Support erhielten, lag zum 30. Juni 2014 bei 574, d. h. 30 Prozent höher als im Vorjahr.

„Unsere Ergebnisse für das zweite Geschäftsquartal haben den Absatzplan sowohl für Neukunden als auch für diejenigen, die ihre Verträge verlängert haben, übertroffen“, sagte Seth Ravin, CEO von Rimini Street. „Entsprechend haben wir unsere weltweite Investition und Expansion vorangetrieben, um den zunehmenden Bedarf unseres wachsenden Kundenstamms auf der ganzen Welt decken zu können.“

„Unsere Ergebnisse für das zweite Geschäftsquartal spiegeln ein weiterhin starkes Umsatzwachstum und die weltweite Umsetzung wider“, sagte Ed Schaffer, der CFO von Rimini Street. „Wir haben unsere geplanten Investitionen in die weltweiten Vertriebs-, Marketing- und Serviceleistungen in allen Tätigkeitsbereichen fortgesetzt und eine neue zum Patent angemeldete Technologie eingesetzt, die zu Innovation, Skalierbarkeit und einer kontinuierlichen, langfristigen Erhöhung der Bruttomarge beitragen soll.“

Finanzielle Eckpunkte für das zweite Geschäftsquartal 2014:

  • Eröffnung eines neuen regionalen Hauptsitzes und Ausweitung des Serviceangebots in EMEA
  • Ausweitung des Betriebs der Rimini Street Labs u. a. durch Eröffnung eines neuen Standorts in Bengaluru und Erweiterung des bestehenden Standorts in Hyderabad
  • Bekanntgabe des Erreichens von über 100 Vertragsabschlüssen mit SAP-Support-Kunden
  • Teilnahme an und Präsentation auf verschiedenen führenden CIO- und IT-Veranstaltungen, wie z. B. dem Evanta CFO Summit, den Forrester Foren für Technology Management Leaders in London und Orlando sowie verschiedenen weiteren Konferenzen
  • Erneute Auszeichnung mit der angesehenen „Top-Workplace“-Auszeichnung für die Bay Area durch die Mitarbeiter

Über Rimini Street, Inc.

Rimini Street ist der führende unabhängige Anbieter von Supportleistungen für Enterprise-Software. Das Unternehmen definiert den Supportbegriff für Firmen durch ein innovatives, preisgekröntes Programm neu, mit dem Oracle- und SAP-Lizenznehmer über ein Jahrzehnt bis zu 90 Prozent der gesamten Supportkosten einsparen können. Darin eingeschlossen sind Einsparungen in Höhe von 50 Prozent bei den jährlichen Supportgebühren. Kunden können nach dem Wechsel zu Rimini Street ihre aktuellen Softwareversionen mindestens 15 Jahre lang beibehalten, ohne dass Upgrades oder Migrationen nötig sind. Hunderte von Kunden, darunter global tätige Organisationen, Fortune-500-Unternehmen, mittelständische Unternehmen sowie öffentlich-rechtliche Organisationen aus vielen verschiedenen Branchen, haben sich für Rimini Street als unabhängigen Supportanbieter ihres Vertrauens entschieden. Weitere Informationen erhalten Sie unter www.riministreet.com oder telefonisch unter 888-870-9692 (in den USA) beziehungsweise +1-702-839-9671 (international).

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