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Infor Orbis MRM Shakes Up Marketing Software Industry
Infor Orbis MRM Software Infor has upped its product strategy and end-run in the red hot marketing software industry. With the acquisition of Orbis Global, Infor is integrating Marketing Resource Management (MRM) software with its flagship Epiphany solution as well as its Inforce marketing automation software. If successful, the company will combine two high growth market sectors for big results.
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Infor Inforce Marketing Software — Integrating Marketing with CRM, MRM & ERP
Infor Inforce In addition to its Epiphany marketing software which kicked off the marketing automation software industry, Infor also offers Inforce Marketing software for the SMB B2B market. Developed on the Salesforce.com Force.com platform, Inforce Marketing offers tight integration with Salesforce.com CRM, Marketing Resource Management (MRM) and Infor ERP systems.
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Infor CRM Marketing (Epiphany) Review
Infor CRM Marketing Review The first E.piphany was clearly visionary. The company delivered scalable 1 to 1 marketing, marketing automation, big data analytics and more before those terms even existed. Now under the Infor banner, E.piphany—with its new moniker of Infor CRM Marketing—is returning to the marketing and analytics that made it the first de facto standard in the space. Here we evaluate Infor CRM Marketing.
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  Infor Appoints Oracle's Acquisition Mastermind
Charles Phillips Infor's 2010 appointment of Charles Phillips as CEO suggests acquisitions are still very much in the cards for the industry's third largest ERP application vendor. In just eight years, the private equity-backed company has accumulated countless software vendors including Softbrands, SSA Global and GEAC, and in so doing has grown annual revenues to over $2 billion and amassed more than 70,000 customers.
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  Nucleus Predicts the New ERP World Order
Nucleus Research Nucleus Research forecasts that enterprise software will be dominated by Oracle and IBM, and SAP's presence will diminish. "As customers contemplate costly upgrades or inflexible maintenance, and others consolidate to be more agile, SAP has no new generation to offer. The duct tape and shoestring fixes are unrealistic, and companies now have credible alternatives. More ... Go To
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  Enterprise Software Industry Realignment
Josh Greenbaum Enterprise software analyst Josh Greenbaum forecasts a realignment in the enterprise resource planning (ERP) software market—and describes how Larry Ellison may be talking Oracle into a corner with SAP, HP and IBM while ignoring Microsoft and others to his peril. All the while, Charles Phillips may put Oracle in the middle of Infor's target. More ... Go To
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  Infor Receives Social Media Recognition
Altimeter Group Infor was presented with the Open Leadership Award by social media analyst firm Altimeter Group. Charlene Li, founder of Altimeter Group acknowledged, "It was the thoroughness of the thinking and excellence in implementation [of social media] that brought Infor this award." More ... Go To
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  Infor Introduces Suite of Intelligent, Decision-Making Software Modules
Ventana Research Infor announced its Advisor family of decision-making modules built upon its Infor CRM Epiphany Interaction Advisor software. “Infor’s Interaction Advisor enables companies to go beyond the confines of traditional CRM, making it possible for them to integrate behavioral and profile data to improve a customer’s experience,” said Richard Snow of Ventana Research More ... Go To
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  • Infor Aligns Technology Direction with Microsoft
    Even prior to landing Charles Phillips as CEO, Infor began an enterprise technology adoption toward Microsoft technologies. Now with Charles Phillips at the helm, this technology strategy may pay additional dividends as Infor moves upstream from the middle market and begins increased penetration into the tier 1 ERP software market—and battling arch rival Oracle. On June 23rd, 2010, Infor shared how it would align its future tools and technology platform with Microsoft, including leveraging Sharepoint as a common portal and making MS SQL Server the preferred database. In fact using SQL Server at a platform stack will deliver ancillary tools such as analysis services, reporting services, workflow services and more. Infor believes using Microsoft server-based products will improve their time to market for future product development and provide product differentiation at the tier 1 market. Infor also announced Infor ION for simpler integration and interoperability.

 

 

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About Infor
  • 8,000 employees
  • Offices in 36 countries
  • Over 70,000 global customers
  • Support in over 100 countries
  • Global coverage: Americas, EMEA, APAC

 

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Infor Customers Include:
  • 9 of the top 10 high tech companies
  • 9 of the top 10 pharmaceutical companies
  • 8 of the top 10 aerospace companies
  • 7 of the top 10 brewers
  • 14 of the top 25 automotive suppliers
  • 21 of the top 35 life sciences companies
  • 22 of the top 50 global retailers
  • More than 450 apparel companies
  • Over 9700 properties in hospitality
  • Over 4500 machinery manufacturers
  • 1000 financial services companies
  • Over 2,000 government agencies
  • Nearly half of the top 100 electrical distributors

 

 

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