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Infor is a global leader in business cloud software solutions for companies in specific industries including industrial manufacturing, automotive, A&D, Food and Beverage and Distribution. Infor builds complete industry suites in the cloud and efficiently deploys technology that puts the user experience first, leverages data science, and integrates easily into existing systems.

UK Head Office,
11th Floor,
123 Victoria Street,
United Kingdom

Infor is the industry-specific cloud company. We provide mission-critical enterprise applications that deliver sustainable, operational advantage to our customers globally.

We succeed only when our customers succeed. We are obsessed with delivering successful business outcomes for customers, and continually innovate to quickly solve emerging industry challenges.

Over 65,000 organisations in more than 175 countries rely on Infor’s 17,000 employees’ deep industry expertise to help overcome market disruptions and achieve business goals.

As a Koch company, our financial strength, ownership structure, and long-term view empower us to foster enduring, mutually beneficial relationships with our customers, employees and partners.

Leveraging Industry 4.0 technology to enhance the customer experience

Infor's Industry 4.0 strategy is about helping manufacturers and wholesale distributors to intelligently connect people, processes, and things—empowering businesses to generate meaningful value for customers and achieve desired outcomes. A central component of Infor's Industry 4.0 strategy is enabling advanced data insights for informed decision-making, made possible by cloud computing.

Access to AI and ML innovation

Infor Augmented Intelligence Service (AIS) is an innovative approach to data science as a service (DSaaS) which looks to provide an all-inclusive model to support organisations looking to accelerate their digital transformation programs from ideation to value realisation and continuous evolution.

Mythbusting the agile ERP

There is a common misconception that agile practices cannot be applied to ERP implementations. But the truth is, a variety of agile practices can deliver game-changing returns. This infographic dispels myths about modern ERP implementations and provides actionable, agile practices that can be applied to speed transformations and deliver game-changing returns.

Dairy Producer Leverages AI-Powered Technology to Improve Yields and Profitability

To explore food and dairy manufacturers' challenges in their complex production processes, IDC Interviewed Joris Aarts, CFO of Netherlands-based cheesemaker Amalthea. Joris revealed the company's experience in optimising yields and improving profitability by leveraging an Al-powered solution enabled through a cloud innovation platform.

Operating Without Borders: Building Global Resilient Supply Chains

From Brexit and the pandemic to geopolitical events and the significant rise in energy, transport and raw material costs, recent years have presented numerous challenges for manufacturers to face. This has significantly impacted supply chains and prompted the need for businesses to adjust and adapt their supply chain arrangements at speed. This report provides insights on how manufacturers can establish resilience in their global supply chains by assessing future supply chain risks, monitoring challenges and opportunities and building an action plan to cope with any future disruptive event, as the future of supply chains becomes increasingly complex.

Five challenges that are redefining the fashion industry

As industry attitudes and consumer behaviors change, so does the challenge of sustaining a business in the fashion industry. Despite new industry dynamics, fashion companies big and small still can turn these challenges into channels of transformation. Those who can observe and react to shifting buyer behaviors, regulatory changes, and the growing number of channels to market will not only gain a competitive edge, but also help assure the future success of their business.

Quality as a competitive advantage in process manufacturing

Food, beverage, and other consumer packaged goods (CPGs) manufacturers are keenly aware that food quality issues often result in costly recalls, missed sales, and lost customers. What manufacturers need to be mindful of is that the definition of high quality is not limited to the taste and texture of the product. Quality affects virtually every corner of a manufacturing company, and when the quality of processes suffers, so ultimately does the finished product—whether it’s the result of poor scheduling, labeling errors, or inadequate equipment management. When an entire organization embraces a culture of quality and integrates that into its core competencies, a true transformation happens. The organization stops trying to prevent quality-related issues from happening, and instead focuses on building its reputation on quality. Following are several critical areas manufacturers can focus on to take a more holistic approach to quality

Why cloud business intelligence?

The smartest businesses pursue every available opportunity to maximize performance and minimize costs. Business intelligence (BI) tools—used to analyze data, identify trends, and support business decisions—are still gaining in popularity among companies of all sizes as they seek to optimize efficiency and productivity and a competitive edge.

CloudSuite Fashion

A cloud service to help fashion brand owners, manufacturers, and private brand retailers manage their critical business processes.

Why manufacturers should invest in a modern ERP

Modern enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems are helping businesses around the globe—including your competitors—revolutionize their operations. Manufacturing companies of all sizes are adopting technology that is industry-specific and designed to better manage business processes on an integrated and real-time basis. Technologically advanced ERP systems are an investment in your company’s operations, efficiency, intelligence, and productivity. Every feature of a modern ERP system ultimately ties back to these improvements, which enable your organization to become more productive, more competitive, and better positioned to meet your customers’ needs.

5 ways technology enables true fashion sustainability

It’s no secret that the fashion industry is one of the most waste producing and polluting industries in the world, but did you know that all efforts towards sustainability only made very little progress over the last few years? Emissions are still going up, circularity remains elusive, next-gen textiles have yet to scale, and countless garment workers are going hungry, reports Vogue Business. Still, many brands claim to be sustainable, ethical, or climate neutral but are they really? Can they prove it? Or is it all just greenwashing?

Why supply chain digitization is no longer optional

In a data-driven world, navigating the challenges of today’s supply chains requires an unprecedented level of agility. This calls for supply chain tools that deliver network-wide trading partner connectivity to enable real-time visibility, demand and supply planning, and production scheduling insights…

Ensure sustainability in the food supply chain

Today’s consumers demand more and more information about what they eat. They’re not only conscious of the ingredients and the nutrition facts, they also want to know where the food originated, whether animals were treated humanely, and what kind of environmental impact the food has had.

The benefits of better, faster, smarter manufacturing

Successful manufacturers have weathered a series of tectonic shifts in operations with the continued introduction of new technology and optimised processes, but none have amassed the transformative power of Industry 4.0. The fourth digital revolution is an amalgamation of hundreds of years of innovation paired with cutting-edge technologies including the internet of things, artificial intelligence, cloud computing, smart data exchange, robotics, and more—all combining to enhance automation, precision, and the efficient, digitised manufacturing of goods and services.


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11th Floor
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