The pandemic turned the food and beverage industry on it's head last year, but what does the future hold? Marcel Koks of Infor has five predictions for businesses to succeed
Heidi Benko, VP Solutions Strategy & Marketing at Infor Supply Chain Management, breaks down the three key elements of what makes up a resilient supply chain. Detecting disruptive events is key.
Simon Quinton, Infor VP & GM of the UK & Ireland, discusses how cloud solutions have accelerated agility and helped organizations, across a variety of industries, survive and thrive through the COVID-19 pandemic - while positioning them well for future success.
Melissa Amell, Industry Solution & Strategy Director of Supply Chain at Infor Healthcare outlines the four key building blocks to integrating your clinical supply chain.
In these times, every business needs maximum agility and resilience. Infor's Brad Stillwell explains how a modern data architecture can help
Concluding this 2-part series, Infor’s Monica Truelsch explains how next-generation technologies can help food & beverage companies meet supply chain challenges
Unique and changing requirements in food and beverage create supply chain complexity. In a 2-part series, Infor's Monica Truelsch examines how to address the challenges
'Techquilibrium' is a balancing act as enterprises embrace agility in their core IT. Infor's Rod Johnson explores the role of modern ERP in digitalization
AI-powered software aids supply chain continuity by managing risk, reliability, and the financial impact of a tumultuous trade and regulatory landscape, writes Infor's Heidi Benko
Enterprises have started operationalizing AI. Infor's Rick Rider explains how to make this powerful technology accessible, applicable and repeatable
To live up to technology's promise for the modern enterprise, ERP software must become easier to deploy with faster time to value writes Infor's Mayumi Hiramatsu
ERP is evolving as Innovation Gateways bring new technologies that add flexibility to core systems, writes Infor's Massimo Capoccia
It's now possible to eliminate the traditional divide between centralized business intelligence and decentralized data analysis, writes Birst's Brad Stillwell