Rimini Street Increases Investment in Latin America with Opening of New, Expanded LATAM Headquarters in Brazil

Rimini Street Increases Investment in Latin America with Opening of New, Expanded LATAM Headquarters in  Brazil
2017-08-12
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Donia AL watan

Rimini Street, Inc., a global provider of enterprise software products and services, and the leading independent support provider for Oracle and SAP products, today announced the opening of its new Latin America headquarters in São Paulo, Brazil. This marks the Company’s next phase of growth in the region, which includes an increased focus on expanding enterprise support services and product offerings in Latin America due to strong demand for Rimini Street’s premium-level support. The Company’s new Latin America headquarters is located in the JK Iguatemi building on Av. Pres. Juscelino Kubitschek in São Paulo.

“From the time we first entered the Brazil market years ago, our offerings have been met with high interest and enthusiasm because we help companies in the region address a challenging economic environment with a solution that optimizes their enterprise software costs and unlocks funds that can be redirected into more value-add initiatives for their business,” said Edenize Maron, general manager, Rimini Street Latin America. “We believe with our strong value proposition we will see accelerated growth in the region with enterprise licensees as Rimini Street’s reputation for delivering ultra-responsive, premium-level support continues to become more recognized.”

Rimini Street will commemorate its new, expansive office with a gala ribbon-cutting event and cocktail party and dinner this evening, hosted by Rimini Street’s CEO, Seth Ravin. Invited guests include government authorities, clients, prospects, media and analysts.

Rimini Street launched its presence in Latin America in 2009, and today services more than 140 global organizations with operations in Latin America, including local well-known Brazil brands such as Embraer, Petrópolis, Abril, Riachuelo, Tupy, Marisol, Iguatemi, Gafisa, Estadão, Camargo Corrêa, GP Investimentos, Even, GRSA, Infoglobo, Rodobens, Promon and Atento.
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