Rimini Street to further expand in EMEA
- Middle East: Wednesday, March 06 - 2013 at 04:55
Third-party enterprise software services firm Rimini Street has announced plans for further expansion and additional investment in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) to meet continued growing demand for its SAP and Oracle support services. The US-headquartered company said its sales in EMEA had doubled in 2012, with 117% year-over-year growth in new client invoicing, and achieved a 175% year-over-year increase in new bookings in the region to around $42m. "We remain committed to growing our support capabilities across EMEA and other regions in order to meet the strong market demand," said Seth Ravin, Rimini Street CEO.
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