Last week Axelor, the open-source low-code ERP and CRM vendor, raised €10 million in a Series A funding round. IFS revealed that Interwell, the global energy company, is upgrading its IFS applications to IFS Cloud. AccountingSeed unveiled its Summer 22 release with updates to consolidation highlighted. Waltham Forest Council ended a long SAP relationship as it moves to Oracle Fusion applications. Intact bought Blue Rock Solution, one of its biggest partners in the UK, to expand its UK presence.
The Access Group has acquired DutySheet Ltd, trading as Assemble and DutySheet. DutySheet is a leading cloud-based volunteer management software provider to hundreds of charities and public sector organisations.
Visma has acquired Teamleader, a leading international SaaS scale-up offering work management software for small and medium enterprises from investors Fortino Capital, Keen Venture Partners and PMV. Teamleader is founded in Belgium and is active in the Netherlands, Germany, France, Spain and Italy.
Rambase has expanded its team in the UK with recent hires that include Tony Flannagan as Business Development Manager, Nick Jackson and Tim Cowley as Sales Managers. Bal Galsinh has joined as a pre-sales consultant. The company also has four UK partners: Maximum Solution Consulting, Arribatec, Smooth ERP and Vigent Consulting Ltd.
Visma has appointed Kasper Lyhr in the newly established position as Segment Director for its Public segment in the Nordic countries.
Workday announced that its board of directors had elected Wayne A.I. Frederick, M.D. as an independent director.
Infor celebrated the growth of its hospitality business unit without mentioning any growth figures or revenues. However, it revealed the updates to three of its solutions relevant to the industry over the last year. These are Infor Hospitality, Infor Sales and Catering, and Infor Kiosk.
MYOB announced its eighth MYOB Digital Challenge. It is open to tech-savvy university students across Australia and New Zealand. Teams of 2-4 students develop prototypes of an idea, and registrations are open until 6th July.
Tony’s Chocolonely, an international, B Corp certified impact company based in the Netherlands, is implementing Aptean Food & Beverage ERP at a production facility it acquired last year in Belgium.
Sealord, a large New Zealand seafood group, signed a seven-year SaaS deal with Infor. The company will deploy Infor CloudSuite Food & Beverage (F&B) and Infor Supply Chain Planning (SCP).
Starboard Hotels, one of the UK’s leading independent hotel operators, owners, and developers of franchised and own-brand hotels, has successfully extended its use of Infor EzRMS, incorporating in-depth competitor information analysis to help deliver an intelligent, responsive revenue management system across nine hotels in the group.
Dublin Port Company (DPC), the operator of Ireland’s largest freight and passenger port, is implementing Oracle Fusion Cloud Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) to enhance its operations and support its ongoing expansion.
Oracle NetSuite has revealed how Uncle Dan’s updated multiple solutions, including uPunch, Sage Intacct, Sage 50 and QuickBooks, with NetSuite to run its finance, HR and inventory management. In another blog, NetSuite revealed how Seaman’s Beverage and Logistics uses the NetSuite integrated platform to manage its operations across 27 countries.
Rambase announced its first UK Customer, JST Electronics, which worked with MSC to deploy its ERP solution. Rambase also published a blog explaining how 200-employee Hatteland Technology is using Rambase across its worldwide operations.
State Library of Victoria (“Library”), Australia’s oldest library, has entrusted the support and maintenance of its Oracle E-Business software to Rimini Street.
The Royal Devon University Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust (Royal Devon) is to implement a next-generation Unit4 ERP and FP&A platform to help unify the organization’s processes, boost productivity and reduce costs.
VAI has completed a custom project for Acme Tools, a premier online retailer of hand and power tools, which can now sell on Amazon through an application programming interface (API) connecting to VAI’s ERP software, S2K Enterprise.
CAI Software has added a fully compliant e-commerce payments engine to its ERP software platforms for the building materials (LBM) and food distribution industries. Fiserv powers the engine that provides simple, secure, and reliable processing of all major payment methods. It enables CAI clients to offer their customers the flexibility and convenience to pay with a credit card (both in-store and card-present) card-not-present scenarios), a debit card, or via ACH.
Oracle has introduced the Oracle Retail Supplier Evaluation Cloud Service. Mike Webster, senior vice president and general manager, Oracle Retail. Commented: “Consumers are increasingly prioritizing environmentally friendly and ethically sourced goods. To continue to succeed, responsible and sustainable sourcing needs to be at the forefront of a brands continued innovation efforts.
“Oracle Retail Supplier Evaluation will enable businesses to make effective and responsible decisions across their supply chain and confidently communicate this supplier information to their customers, ultimately building brand loyalty and increasing revenue.”