Infor rebrands GT Nexus to Infor Nexus to power intelligent supply chain network

By Dale Benton
Infor, a global leader in business cloud software specialised by industry, has rebranded its GT Nexus platform to Infor Nexus. The rebrand comes as par...

Infor, a global leader in business cloud software specialised by industry, has rebranded its GT Nexus platform to Infor Nexus.

The rebrand comes as part of a major digital reinvention of the way supply chains execute and use data and intelligence to become more customer-centric. Infor Nexus will combine GT Nexus, IoT and Infor Coleman AI to deliver an “intelligent supply chain network with a path to the autonomous supply chain.”

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“The new Infor Nexus brand culminates the past three years we’ve spent transforming GT Nexus – leveraging digital technologies such as IoT, in-memory processing, mobile, advanced visualisation and AI,” said Rod Johnson, EVP of Manufacturing & Supply Chain at Infor. “Today, we’re delivering a next-generation supply chain network that is real-time, intelligent and self-orchestrating. Our customers are empowered to optimise service levels, costs and inventory through a digital environment that is hyperconnected and data-driven, with a path to the autonomous supply chain.”

The Infor Nexus has more than 65,000 companies connected to its network, oversees a total of US$50bn in global payments and sees $1trn in trade managed on the platform. Infor Nexus is the first solution of its kind to combine AI, IoT and advanced visualisation through an end-to-end collaborative network, providing real-time visibility and predictive intelligence.

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