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Rimini Street boosts EMEA ops with key appointment

DUBAI, October 21, 2017

Rimini Street, a global provider of enterprise software products and services, and the leading third-party support provider for Oracle and SAP software products, has appointed industry leader Marc Chesover as its new general manager for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) market.

Rimini Street also launched its new French subsidiary, Rimini Street SAS, and hired key staff and opened its new office in Paris to meet the growing demand for its premium, high-quality support and services in France.

The company already supports over 90 organisations with operations in France, including local brands Bodet, CGG, Eutelsat, Laboratoires Servier, Schiever and Vinci Energies.

In his new role, Chesover, will lead the company’s sales and service delivery operations across EMEA, and the next phase of growth in the region, said a statement from the company.

An industry veteran, Chesover has over 20 years of experience in leading sales and operations in the technology industry, and brings a proven track record conducting operational and strategic leadership, driving revenue, and leading customer engagement.

Prior to this, he work in SAP, HCL Technologies, and PROS Holdings holding leadership positions, it stated.

During his tenure at SAP, Chesover was the global VP (Mobility Sales & Solutions) and a member of the Platform & Solutions Group global leadership team.

Additionally, he held management positions at Indus (acquired by ABB) and MRO Software (acquired by IBM). Preceding his career in the software industry, Chesover spent seven years working in field operations within a UK government agency.

On the appointment, Chesover said: "The opportunity for Rimini Street’s premium level service we believe is high across the region, as increasingly CIOs are challenged with ‘doing more with less’ while at the same time being asked to support their organizations growth through new digital initiatives."

"I have personally observed Rimini Street disrupt the status quo in the enterprise software industry while expanding their global footprint," stated the top official.
"I look forward to helping new and existing Rimini Street EMEA clients optimize their current systems, expand their capabilities and obtain significant benefit from our award-winning client support," he added.-TradeArabia News Service

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