Infor Manufacturing Software Review
Manufacturing firms of all types and sizes are relying on cutting-edge technology systems from Infor to streamline and automate their most important operations and related processes. In fact, Infor is considered to be one of the top three providers of supply chain solutions and related manufacturing software in the world.
But just who is Infor and what types of manufacturing software does it offer?
Georgia-based Infor is one of the world’s largest and fastest-growing providers of enterprise business software applications. The company has made several acquisitions over the last few years including: Lilly Software, MAPICS, SSA Global, daly.commerce and Agilisys. With over $2.1 billion in annual revenues and 9,200 employees in offices worldwide, the company serves more than 70,000 customers around the globe.
Infor’s success can be attributed to several factors. The company is strongly committed to delivering innovative manufacturing software products that are designed to address new business challenges and opportunities, while optimizing return on investment and reducing total cost of technology ownership. Additionally, Infor takes pride in their solid focus on customer satisfaction and boasts one of the manufacturing software industry’s highest retention rates.
The Infor manufacturing software suite includes a wide range of applications and modules that span critical functions such as:
- Enterprise resource planning, including service management, lean and process manufacturing, quality management, and wholesale and distribution
- Product lifecycle management
- Supplier relationship management
- Supply chain management
All of Infor’s manufacturing software offerings are available as on-premise or on-demand solutions and leverage more than 35 years of combined domain and industry-specific expertise. These applications deliver maximum power, functionality, and flexibility, as well as simplicity and ease of use and administration.
Additionally, Infor offers manufacturing software solutions to address the unique needs of specific industries, such as aerospace, automotive, consumer packaged goods, high-tech and electronics, industrial equipment and machinery, metal and plastic fabrication, and shipbuilding.