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  • As people return to work, a world with new hygiene and cleaning regulations, tracking requirements, and rules for your asset management operations will become the new normal. Download this 5 step guide to understand how to rebuild a safe, productive, and compliant workplace with modern facilities management.

  • Rod Johnson tells industry luminary Vinnie Mirchandani of deal architect how Infor is helping customers navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic – by helping hospitals track critical supplies, hotels offer “touchless” check-in, and retail outlets turn their stores into virtual warehouses. Watch this video interview.

    New Normal: Conversation with Rod Johnson of Infor

    I have been doing video interviews with a number of CIOs, software executives and practitioners about acrobatics they have been seeing in various vertical sectors during the COVID-19 crisis and the "New normal" they can expect as the economy wakes...

  • Infor Partner Network earns 5-Star rating from CRN, with Infor's Salena Butler and Adriana Gutierrez named 2020 Women of the Channel:

    Momentum Building with Infor Channel Partner Programs

    Infor Channel Partner Programs are on a roll. The Infor Partner Network has earned a 5-Star rating from CRN in its annual Partner Program Guide. Salena Butler, vice president of North America channels, has been selected one of CRN's 2020 Power 100: Most Powerful Women of the Channel.

  • Infor positioned as a Leader, for 2nd consecutive time, in Gartner Magic Quadrant for Warehouse Management Systems. Here's why:

  • Reopening the Coronavirus-Era Office: See how companies like Infor are are reversing a push to cram workers into tighter spaces in this Wall Street Journal article:

    Reopening the Coronavirus-Era Office: One-Person Elevators, No Cafeterias

    Welcome back to work. The corporate cafeteria is closed. The coffee makers are unplugged. And the desks are separated by plastic. Every part of office life is being re-examined in the era of Covid-19. When employees file back into American workplaces-some wearing masks-many will find the office transformed, human-resources and real-estate executives say.

  • 70 countries, 8 languages, 130,000 users — Koch Industries rolls out Infor cloud HR apps. “Infor is a key component of our continued transformation.” Here’s why:

    Koch Industries Partners with Infor to Transform HR

    Infor CloudSuite go-live helps Koch standardize, modernize and align processes for 130,000 workers worldwide Before Koch Industries became Infor's parent company recently, the American multinational corporation chose Infor's HR solution to modernized its key human resources processes.

  • “Our customer strategy today is about listening to customers. They want to be heard. We have to let them know we’re listening, we understand, and are taking action,” says Infor EVP and Global Chief Customer Officer Nancy Mattenberger in this blog:

    Leadership spotlight: Nancy Mattenberger

    Nancy Mattenberger, Infor EVP, Chief Customer Officer, has a unique accent, one that's hard to place. That's probably because she has lived in 12 countries, moving frequently as she grew up. She was born in Switzerland, but her father's work took him to multiple posts in every continent around the world.

  • “This effort highlights the fact that people that work at Infor in the healthcare business, consider themselves a part of the caregiving chain,” said Infor's Matt Wilson. “The work that we do is important to the ability to deliver high-quality patient outcomes.” See how Infor software is helping hospitals battle the COVID-19 pandemic:

    Anti-Virus: Infor Software is Helping Hospitals Battle the COVID-19 Pandemic

    The COVID-19 pandemic has put normal life on pause for many, including Matt Wilson. Quarantined at home in Kansas City, Wilson - senior vice president of healthcare strategy with global cloud software company Infor - felt sidelined, powerless to help in the fight.

  • Today’s hospitals — laser focused on efficiency, quality, and most importantly, safety — are employing location-based intelligence across their organizations. Read more from Infor's Shane Waslaski in Healthcare Facilities Today:

    Real-time visibility into patient, staff and equipment locations takes safety and strategy to the next level - Information Technology

    Location-based intelligence, leveraging Real-Time Location Systems (RTLS) has existed for some time. Manufacturers employ it to provide visibility into their own supply chain, carefully tracking items as they enter and leave the facility. And now, more than ever, we use this type of technology in our personal lives, with apps that help show us where our family members are-and even how fast they are driving.

  • Read a recap of yesterday’s Infor Inspire Online keynote by CEO Kevin Samuelson. “It’s not about technology. It’s about providing you tools to help you compete.” Read more:

    Infor Inspire Online: Business agility is more important than ever

    We've seen the value of agility first-hand in the last few weeks as companies worldwide have been forced to face COVID-related challenges. No matter your company's size, industry, or location, you've likely made a series of adjustments, some small, some monumental.

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