Tags: GT Nexus

TAL group lifts and shifts and extends

Infor has announced that TAL Apparel Limited (TAL) has completed the first phase of its ERP migration to the cloud. The overall project will see TAL Apparel migrate their on-premises legacy Infor M3 Fashion solution to AWS hosted Cloudsuite Fashion. This should be completed by 2019. The first phase involved migrating their existing solution to…

ConnXus and SAP Ariba improve supplier diversity together

Supplier diversity is a challenge and an opportunity for companies across the globe.  SAP has just announced a partnership between SAP Ariba and ConnXus at SAP Ariba live today. The partnership will make it easier for companies to improve the diversity of their suppliers. The myth and the challenge met Across the globe there is…

Infor hurdles blip with steady growth

Infor has announced its third quarter results producing solid growth despite a couple of setbacks during the quarter. Revenue was up 6.2% year on year to $719 million (pro Forma) with a steady growth in SaaS subscription revenues. There were some interesting updates from Charles Phillips, CEO, Infor as he covered a range of topics…

Amazon selects Infor for logistics business

Charles Phillips revealed that Amazon has selected Infor GT Nexus to assist its growth as a logistics business. Phillips commented “Amazon selected GT Nexus for transport management as they build out their fulfilment business this is a strategic partnership since amazon will have a major influence on the fulfilment and logistics of consumer and business…

Barloworld ends customisations

Infor has announced that Barloworld Logistics in South Africa has upgraded its Warehouse Management System. This is not a simple upgrade project with software integration required to several vendors solutions. Barloworld use SAP as their main ERP solution and an automated Storage and Retrieval Systems (AS/RS) conveyor belt system. They also use Llamasoft for their supply…

Before and after – Article 50 and the European supply chain

The British decision to leave the European Union has left many businesses – both UK and pan-European – in a state of shock.  The short-term fluctuations in currency and markets have given way to a profound sense of uncertainty. Political arguments continue and businesses try to prepare for an ever-increasing range of various scenarios. Amidst…

Has Infor broken SAP stranglehold at Ford

Infor has announced that it will implement its warehouse management solution at Ford-Werke in seven European countries. The solution will automate the operating processes that transfer goods between Fords ten cross-docking centers (ODC’s). Historically Ford has operated SAP solutions in both Europe and the rest of the World. A US based SAP implementation for logistics…

Its not all about digital for millennials

YouGov and GT Nexus  have found that 60% of millennials have changed one of their favourite brands in the last 12 months. This is not a shock to many, but the reasons for changing might surprise some marketers and cause a rethink on budgets. The survey respondents numbered 1955 and were split between the US, France…

Why are global supply chains becoming more fragile?

Supply chains keep making headlines around the world for the wrong reasons. General Motors recently recalled nearly 4.3 million vehicles with defective software. The bankruptcy of Hanjin Shipping, one of the world’s largest ocean carriers, left half a million containers with $14 billion worth of goods stranded at sea. Fiat Chrysler recalled 1.9 million vehicles…

An insight into Infor retail strategy

Over the last year Infor has been investing heavily in its Cloud Retail Suite. They have added new channel partners, invested internal in Sales teams and also development. Recently they have acquired companies like GT Nexus, Predictix and Starmount to develop their strategy. We spoke to Infor General Manager for Retail, Corey Tollefson, at Inforum. A…