Largest software companies: Infor

By Sean Galea-Pace
Serving more than 68,000 organisations worldwide, Infor provides software products for every aspect of a business. Infor provides services to a variety...

Serving more than 68,000 organisations worldwide, Infor provides software products for every aspect of a business.

Infor provides services to a variety of different industries such as manufacturing, consumer goods, services, public sector and energy resources. Infor offers four core platforms: Infor OS, Infor Coleman, Birst and Infor Nexus. Its cloud platform, Infor OS, brings business processes and artificial intelligence (AI) together. The platform delivers technology that outstrips enabling business, it serves to drive it and puts the user at the centre of every experience to produce a unifying foundation for the entire business ecosystem. The key highlights are a unified UX, application builder, networked analytics and business intelligence, intelligent digital assistant for advice and feedback and AI transparency.

The company provides adaptable and comprehensive solutions that drives business results. Infor’s software applications have been built on years of experiences in key industry verticals from experts who recognise the unique challenges that face businesses. There are a number of key benefits to Infor’s platform, such as: embedded collaboration, extensibility and process integration.

Infor has been providing ERP solutions for enterprise-level and small and medium-sized businesses have been meeting the needs of the market for over 30 years. The company provides industry-specific CloudSuite solutions for businesses of all sizes. Infor’s ERP cloud software is securely hosted through Amazon Web Services in order to efficiently scale without the worry of hosting or management.

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Infor in stats

HQ: New York

No. of offices: 168

New products: 176

Cloud users: 71mn+

Support experts: 1,200

Customers: 68,000

Employees: 15,000+

Partners: 1,750+

 

Did you know?

Infor ranked in fourth position in Supply Chain Digital’s Top 10 software companies in October.

 

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