Partnership offers Infor M3, CSI, and LN customers a solution to accelerate and capture data with intelligent document processing solutions to drive productivity.
DHI Telecom, the Leading Global Wi-Fi Provider to US Troops in Combat, Selects ICCG to Optimize Business Processes Leveraging Leading Business Practices
Leading global Infor partner, Independent Computer Consulting Group (“ICCG”) is pleased to announce that DHI Telecom has selected ICCG and Infor CloudSuite Equipment(TM) ERP, to “Go Further” by transforming, modernizing, and optimizing their business processes across global operations.
As the leading global wi-fi provider to U.S. troops in combat zones and international travelers, DHI Telecom and its family of companies operate under the global brand of TravelWifi. Their motto is “Go Further,” which encapsulates the mission to offer the ability to travel simply, and to stay connected to what matters.
Headquartered in Houston, Texas, DHI Telecom’s decision to replace its legacy system with Infor Cloud technology suite will assure that services in 130 countries are synchronized. The platform will become the backbone as they expand into new markets, including retail stores.
“The value, capabilities, and benefits of moving to CloudSuite Equipment go far beyond easy access to centralized data and higher levels of customer serviceability,” said DHI Telecom CEO Wallace Davis. “With this enterprise software backbone and ICCG’s consulting expertise, our business processes will be streamlined, data will become actionable knowledge, and expansions into new markets become easier. ICCG has the relevant industry domain expertise and knowledge of Infor’s ERP solutions. Their dedication in mapping complex technologies to real business outcomes made this decision easier on us.”
Partnership to Manage Warehouse & Supply-Chain Operations, to Help Its Customers Make Smarter, Faster and Better Informed Decisions.
Independent Computer Consulting Group (“ICCG”) has been appointed as Platinum Partner by JASCI Software. JASCI Software is a supply chain acceleration warehouse management software created to meet the needs of omni-channel logistics via the cloud. The strategic partnership is expected to strengthen the ability of both companies to execute their value add and growth strategies.
ICCG is an enterprise software focused consulting firm with a global presence and a track record of more than 2,000 business and digital transformation project executions across ERP, Supply Chain Planning and Execution Systems, Warehouse Management Solutions, Product Life Cycle Management Solutions and Customer Relationship Management solutions deployments.
JASCI’s Cloud Warehouse Management SaaS platform offers a suite of solutions that fit a multitude of operations. Those include Warehouse Management, Warehouse Execution, Warehouse Control Systems, Robotic Execution, Yard Management, Labor Management, 3PL Management, Parcel & Freight Shipping, and more. This is all powered by JASCI’s patented cutting-edge SmartTask workflows technology, which enables unmatched configurability, speedy implementations, and limitless growth for its clients.
Partnership To Provide A Complete Integrated Solution From Design Engineering To PLM And ERP Systems.
Leading Infor partner Independent Computer Consulting Group (“ICCG”) is pleased to announce a new strategic partnership with QBuild Software. Their solutions enable the direct connection of CAD data to ERP, reducing engineering costs, streamlining internal ECN processes, and equipping sales teams with engineering expertise all working inside Infor CloudSuite Industrial (SyteLine) and Infor M3 and Infor LN ERP systems and Infor PLM solutions.
ICCG, a Gold Channel and Global Alliance Partner for Infor, is an enterprise software focused consulting firm with a global presence and a track record of more than 2,000 business and digital transformation project executions across ERP, Supply Chain Planning and Execution Systems, Warehouse Management Solutions and Product Life Cycle Management Solutions deployments.
"CADLink tightly connects engineering departments to their Infor Solution. We are excited to work with ICCG to bring digital transformation and make engineering processes more efficient in the industry. As a fellow Infor Partner, working with ICCG opens up opportunities to take bigger steps towards our mutual goals." Rey Bustamante, Sales Manager QBuild offers CADLink, enabling users the ability to integrate and synchronize their CAD data with Infor ERP and further allows engineers to create Infor Item Master and BOM records identical to engineering CAD data with the click of a button. All their solutions offer flexibility and targeted customization solutions for any specific need.
The COVID-19 pandemic and related economic turmoil is changing the way we live and work. Business continuity is being threatened at unprecedented levels. Combined with the current complexities organizations are now facing, maintaining business continuity requires a new approach to common challenges.
Professional services organizations must consider methods that challenge existing systems and operations, while delivering differentiated services.
The next normal is here as a new post-pandemic era solidifies. Professional services industry leaders must respond to current crisis and simultaneously plan through recovery while considering the future. That means acting now, but also establishing better preparations for the next disruption by strengthening business continuity and readiness plans.
Inforum, Infor’s flagship event for customers, partners, and special guests, is being reimagined as a digital experience rather than the traditional in-person conference for this year. It’s scheduled for Sept 15-16 with a mix of on-demand and live sessions that includes customer stories, networking opportunities, product roadmaps, and industry insights.
The theme of “Unprecedented Challenges. Real Opportunities” encapsulates the premise that will be showcased through the event: Despite the extraordinary circumstances individuals and businesses are facing today, the future holds opportunities. Technology will be a catalyst for recovery and reimagining. Attending Inforum will help your enterprise prepare for the next normal. Supply chain planning, facility maintenance, team collaboration, direct distribution to customers, contactless hospitality, digital retail, niche manufacturing, and patient-centered healthcare are among the hot topics coming up.
Learn more about this digital event.
As an equipment rental organization that wants to differentiate itself in a highly competitive market, you need to offer your customers the right rental equipment, when and where they want it, at the right price. The challenges you face today are forcing you to rethink the way you do business.
Modernize your business with Infor CloudSuite™ Equipment Rental, a cloud-based, rental-focused ERP solution that allows you to deploy faster, respond faster, and evolve faster, while running your business on the most secure infrastructure available.
CloudSuite Equipment Rental is designed specifically for rental companies that are focused on growth, customer engagement, and extended services. Supporting almost 40 localizations and 18 languages, and built on industry best practices, the solution gives you the flexibility and scalability to easily take on new markets and quickly adapt to change. It features deep, proven capabilities to support all your business processes—not just rental.
Even better, the solution is delivered in the cloud—ensuring efficiency, cost savings, built-in support for global operations, and security that follows industry-leading best-practice protocols.
Old, heavily modified ERP systems that were implemented years, often decades ago. can no longer support the complex demands of the food and beverage industry. Keeping current isn't just smart - it's profitable. From cloud computing and collaborative technologies to mobility and analytics, technology holds the key to competitive advantage and growth. To remain relevant to the market and responsive to customer expectations, you need a roadmap to enable digital transformation.
To understand why it's important to evolve and utilize modern technology to transform your business, it is helpful to discus the business drivers facing food and beverage manufacturers today. While many of the high-level issues may seem like the same challenges the industry has been fighting for years, the specifics have evolved -requiring you to take a fresh look at your business and core competencies in order to determine the best path for the future.
Cloud technology offers the only platform that can provide the speed, scalability, global reach, and agility required by businesses seeking to embrace innovation. To succeed, you need to reposition the cloud within your organization, making it the fundamental element of your competitive strategy and embrace new methods of technical operations. Below is the introduction to CloudSuite Food & Beverage introduction.
Consumers want new fashion product, more variety, and the ability to make purchases whenever and wherever they choose.This is driving businesses to invest in digital transformation and fast-fashion. However companies running on legacy systems are struggling to keep up with the pace of change, while young and rapidly growing must take their first decisions about investing in enterprise software.
Infor CloudSuite Fashion delivers cloud on demand computing as a service with rich industry-specific functionality to cover your unique business needs. It's build specifically for apparel, footwear, home textile and fashion accessories companies and supports all your core processes whether you manufacture, are a brand owner, or a private brand retailer. Infor CloudSuite Fashion can help you shorten time to consumer, seamlessly manage global operations, make your operations leaner, and profitably grow your business.
With Infor CloudSuite Fashion your data is held in a secure and resilient environment, so that you can focus on running our business. You can count on our industry specific software to provide you with the same proven functionality, that is already helping hundreds of fashion customers worldwide, both on premise and on cloud.
If you follow industry news, attend prospect events, or read our partner Infor's website, you know that vertical industry expertise is a favorite topic for Infor executives, leaders, and strategists. Industry-specific functionality is part of our critical foundation and a strong differentiating feature for our software solutions, we say frequently. But, have you thought about why? Do you know where our industry expertise comes from and how we leverage it into valuable selling points? Let’s look closer at what “industry expertise” means, why we are highly focused on it as a strategy, and how it will propel Infor forward.
To understand where we are going, it helps to know how we got here. History provides context. In the evolution of ERP solutions, there’s a long and winding road that providers and users travelled before today’s Software as a Service (SAAS) model became the accepted best practice. In early days of ERP solutions, massive monolithic solutions with complex architecture and rigid code structure were the norm. Large enterprises invested heavily and hired consultants to customize the operational features. The heavily modified systems were costly to update.
Then came cloud computing. But, for companies to take advantage of the benefits of multi-tenant cloud deployment, they needed to have their industry-specific functionality already built into the solution—so modifications wouldn’t be needed. Modifications slow down deployment and can get in the way of upgrades.
Infor had been heavily investing into industry-specific features of the core ERP solutions. The solutions contain the functionality needed for industry specific applications—making it easier to migrate to the cloud.