* This article is part of a White Paper called “5 Challenges about Getting Started with Infor ERP and How to Overcome Them to Raise ROI.”
Even though the ERP landscape is growing more fragmented every day, a couple of industry leaders continue to increase their market and revenue streams with tenacity.
One such player is the US-based company Infor. Established in 2002, Infor nets $3 billion in revenue annually and serves 70,000 customers in more than 194 countries.
Infor Has a Lot to Offer
It offers a range of enterprise solutions including, but not restricted to, asset management, financial systems, capital and talent management and resource planning, which happens to be the flagship domain of the company.
Most significantly, in keeping with the rising popularity of the SaaS model and cloud-based software, Infor has enabled the delivery and deployment of five of its most advanced and comprehensive ERP suites through its cloud platform the Infor CloudSuite, to the benefits of this include extending the customizability, the flexibility and the intuitiveness of its popular ERP solutions to SaaS subscribers.
According to the 2014 report titled ‘Market Share Analysis: ERP Software, Worldwide, 2013’, Infor is the fourth largest ERP contender in the market in terms of revenue. It rakes in close to $1.5 billion in sales and its worth in the resource planning domain has been increasing steadily.
Thanks to the launch of CloudSuite, Infor has created a lot of hype around its modular, customizable ERPs which add value to businesses by overseeing the management of both mission critical and everyday operations.
SaaS Infor ERP solutions:
Infor has a mind boggling array of modules to choose from and because of the fact that it continuously consults with domain experts to develop products and tweak features; it is capable of bringing to the market spot on solutions for micro-verticals and niches.
Are Built on Open Standards
In the ecosystem of social interactions and unified enterprise platforms, Infor ERP products integrate with a host of 3rd party applications (like Salesforce) to consolidate data from all possible touch points of the business and facilitate sharper, more accurate decisions. It uses ION, its middleware solution to accomplish this.
Have Intuitive and Simple Interfaces
Since the solutions are compatible with most browsers and devices, the interface and dashboard are largely uncluttered and the workflows are largely intuitive. Employees generally do not suffer from information overwhelm and can navigate the software if given adequate onscreen guidance.
Are Extremely Powerful
By leveraging the unlimited capability of Amazon Web Services (AWS) to crunch data and invest in its servers, Infor ensures that its subscribers can enjoy the benefits of an infrastructure that is not offered by any other SaaS vendor. AWS stands for 99.9% up-time of the ERP solutions, faster loading and processing of information and immense credibility.
This article is part of a White Paper called “5 Challenges about Getting Started with Infor ERP and How to Overcome Them to Raise ROI.” Claim your free copy by signing up here.
The White Paper covers a range of topics including:
Chapter 1: Infor ERP: Cloudsuite, Growth and Value Delivered to Business.
Chapter 2: Top 5 Challenges: Implementing, Boosting Adoption and ROI of Infor Cloud ERP.
Chapter 3: 7 Practical Solutions to Infor ERP Implementation and Adoption Challenges.
Chapter 4: A Checklist of Factors Ensuring Infor ERP Implementation Success.