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                                    Wednesday, October 28, 2015

                                    Oracle v. Rimini Street Lawsuit Verdict: Good for Third-Party Maintenance

                                    Earlier this month, the jury in Las Vegas reached its verdict in the Oracle v. Rimini Street lawsuit, a closely-watched case involving third-party maintenance (3PM) in the enterprise software industry.

                                    Although the jury awarded Oracle approximately $50 million in damages, the amount was far below what Oracle expected. Moreover, the jury found that Rimini Street’s copyright infringement was “innocent,” not “willful,” that Oracle suffered no lost profits as a result, and that neither Rimini Street nor its CEO, Seth Ravin, engaged in any tortious business conduct.

                                    Assuming the jury’s verdict stands up against potential appeals, the case sets an important precedent for how 3PM providers should operate to ensure they are not violating the intellectual property rights of software owners. We expect customer use of third-party maintenance will increase as a result of this verdict.

                                    Read this entire post on the Strativa blog: Oracle v. Rimini Street Verdict Clarifies Ground Rules for Third-Party Maintenance

                                    Sunday, October 18, 2015

                                    Sage Puts Stake in the Cloud with Sage Live

                                    Sage is one of the world’s largest providers of business applications for small and midsize organizations. Now in the cloud it has taken a big step forward, launching Sage Live, a built-from-scratch accounting system on the Salesforce.com platform.

                                    This post outlines key features of Sage Live, the challenges it will face, and recommendations for potential buyers.

                                    Read this post on the Strativa blog:  Sage Puts Stake in the Cloud with Sage Live

                                    Sunday, October 11, 2015

                                    AscentERP Rises in the Cloud ERP Market

                                    AscentERP is a cloud ERP provider building on the Salesforce platform, with a focus on manufacturing and wholesale distribution companies. Though not as well-known as other ERP providers on the platform, the company is doing some interesting work within its industry focus.

                                    This post provides an update to our previous coverage of AscentERP.

                                    Read this post on the Strativa blog:  AscentERP Rises in the Cloud ERP Market

                                    Monday, October 05, 2015

                                    FinancialForce Expands Its Footprint in Cloud ERP

                                    FinancialForce continues to show strong momentum in the cloud ERP market, and it is building out its product capabilities in interesting ways.

                                    In this post, we provide an update on FinancialForce, based on interviews we conducted with its executives at Dreamforce, the annual conference for users of Salesforce.com. We also provide recommendations for buyers considering FinancialForce.

                                    Read this post on the Strativa blog: FinancialForce Expands Its Footprint in Cloud ERP

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