Rimini Street, Inc. (RMNI) Company Profile
Rimini Street, Inc., formerly GP Investments Acquisition Corp, provides enterprise software products and services. The Company also provides third-party support for Oracle and SAP software products. Its products supported for Oracle includes Oracle E-Business Suite, JD Edwards, PeopleSoft, Agile PLM, Siebel, Oracle Retail, Oracle Database, Oracle Fusion Middleware and Hyperion. Its products supported for SAP includes SAP Business Suite, SAP BusinessObjects and SAP Sybase Databases. Its product support for International Business Machine (IBM) includes IBM Db2 Database. The Company offers various services, including support program features, product support services, global tax, legal and regulatory update services, security support services, proactive support services, advanced technical services, strategic roadmap services, account management services and on boarding and archiving services.
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