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Infor SCE 10.2 Adds Mobility, Innovation to Logistics Management

Upgrades Include Mobile App, Voice Enablement, Visual Metrics and Out-of-the-Box ERP Integration for Supply Chain Management

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwire) -- 01/22/13 -- Infor, a leading provider of business application software serving more than 70,000 customers, today announced an enhanced version of Infor Supply Chain Execution (SCE), to further reduce the complexity of warehousing and logistics management and clarify daily decision making. With more than 100 new core industry features, including mobile and voice enablement, visual metrics, and ION integration to ERP, Infor SCE helps provide a single, unified solution to meet warehousing, transportation, labor and 3PL billing needs.

As an end-to-end, easy-to-use solution, Infor SCE 10.2 unites the strategic, tactical and operational elements of supply chain execution, and empowers users to manage logistical needs. Infor SCE can be used across a wide array of industries including manufacturing, distribution, high tech, fashion, food & beverage and 3PL.

Enhancements to Infor SCE Include:

  • Warehouse Director - SCE 10.2 features an innovative iPad app called Warehouse Director, which provides managers with a real-time view of warehousing activities from a simple and easy-to-use mobile platform. The app contains a color-coded metrics panel to better visualize management of incoming and outgoing workloads. The location panel is equipped with inventory heat maps and zoom-able overviews of the warehouse floor. These features let users monitor critical functions such as: expected work volume, location queries and inventory information at a glance, while still maintaining the flexibility to work from a remote location.
  • Voice Activated Control - SCE 10.2 is equipped with voice capabilities to allow users a hands-free approach for interaction within the supply chain. Operators are able to perform tasks such as picking, cycle management and replenishment using only voice-activated commands, adding a new level of control and convenience to enhance operational efficiency.
  • Intuitive Integration - Infor ION technology enables integration between Infor SCE and existing ERP solutions, providing users greater visibility and data exchange across Infor and non-Infor ERP systems.
  • Global Access - The latest iteration of Infor SCE is available in ten languages, for customers in more than 40 different countries.

Infor Quote
"Supply chain managers face the daily challenge of balancing critical warehouse functions, forcing them to remain onsite and monitoring a number of tracking solutions," said John Bermudez, Vice President, Product Management, Infor. "With Infor SCE 10.2, managers can not only rely upon one solution to interface with supply chain, but they may also do so from a remote location through innovative mobile capabilties."

About Infor
Infor is the third-largest provider of enterprise applications and services, helping 70,000 customers in 194 countries improve operations, drive growth, and quickly adapt to changes in business demands. Infor offers deep industry-specific applications and suites, engineered for speed, using ground-breaking technology that delivers a rich user experience, and flexible deployment options that give customers a choice to run their businesses in the cloud, on-premises, or both. To learn more about Infor, please visit www.infor.com.

This announcement reflects the direction Infor may take with regard to the specific product(s) described herein, all of which is subject to change by Infor in its sole discretion, with or without notice to you. This announcement is not a commitment to you in any way and you should not rely on this document or any of its content in making any decision. Infor is not committing to develop or deliver any specified enhancement, upgrade, product or functionality, even if such is described in this announcement and even if such description is accompanied by words such as "anticipate," "believe," "expect," "intend," "may," "plan," "project," "predict," "should," "will," and/or similar expressions. Many factors can affect Infor's product development plans and the nature, content and timing of future product releases, all of which remain in the sole discretion of Infor. This announcement, in whole or in part, may not be incorporated into any contractual agreement with Infor or its subsidiaries or affiliates. Infor expressly disclaims any liability with respect to this announcement.

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