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Infor Hits the Road with New ‘Infor10′ Brand

September 6, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE:  IT Jungle

Fresh off its acquisition of Lawson Software, Infor has embarked on an international road show to proselytize about its software and its new “Infor10″ brand. The name change, which debuted at its Infor Channel Partner Summit held in July, has been applied to all of its mainstream enterprise products–including four IBM i-based ERP suites–but not its newly acquired Lawson products.

So, what is Infor10? According to the company’s Infor10 webpage , the new name is an umbrella term that groups all of its current enterprise software, including ERP, CRM, EAM, HCM, business intelligence, and financial management applications. Infor10 has also been applied to its new graphical client, called Workspace; its ION integration software; its cloud services; and the Infor10 Mobile Application Server, which appears to be a new offering.

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