Infor Customer Cloud Migration Continues to Gain Global Momentum
Increased cloud adoption contributes to 112% SaaS growth globally
Infor announced significant global success for its CloudSuite solutions, which can help customers recognize time-to-value faster and can help them become more agile, resilient and competitive. Industry-specific applications developed for sectors such as manufacturing, healthcare, distribution, public sector, retail and hospitality have contributed to Infor now having more than 14,000 customers in the Infor Cloud. Recent customers include Burton Snowboards, Frederick County (Maryland), Midwest Wheel Companies, Cloetta, Saarioinen, and Auckland Transport.
Infor is focused on delivering end-to-end functionality in the cloud, with an increase of more than 200 percent in on-premises customers upgrading to the cloud and 112 percent growth in ACV (annual contract value) bookings from May through June.
Infor aims to deliver unmatched multi-tenant cloud capabilities, as well as best-in-class data management and analytics capabilities through the Data Lake and Infor Birst. In addition, Infor’s experienced professional services team and a deep channel and partner network, can help bring customers online quickly, with no material disruptions to their businesses.
Over the past 12 months, Infor has made significant industry-specific product updates that are designed to help customers better manage three important assets in their businesses: people, physical assets, and supply chains. These include new capabilities in human capital management (HCM), enterprise asset management (EAM) and supply chain management (SCM).
Midwest Wheel Companies, one of the largest truck parts distributors in the Midwestern U.S., is using Infor CloudSuite Distribution and Birst analytics to help manage inventory across its six warehouses, enable complex workflows and alerts, and do more online business. With Infor’s multi-tenant cloud solutions, including Infor OS (Operating Service), the company has improved customer service, realizing as much as a 15 percent improvement in vendor fill rates.