Infor to unveil new technology platform at Infor Day Dubai
Company will also unveil four new CloudSuites at the event on 30 September
Business application software provider, Infor will unveil Infor XI, an enterprise technology platform for next-generation applications at its annual customer event, Infor Day Dubai, on 30 September at the Westin Mina Seyahi hotel.
Infor XI will build on Infor's current 10X platform and is said to deliver a major step in achieving the company's vision for cloud applications that address specific industry needs with responsive design infused with machine-learning and big data analytics.
The morning keynote session will be delivered by Soma Somasundaram, Infor executive vice president for Global Product Development, who said: "Modern technologies like the cloud, big data, machine-learning, and mobility have created new and exciting engines for innovation and increased the pressure on companies to stay current and competitive. Infor has spent more than a billion dollars in research and development that will culminate in Infor XI-powered applications that will help our customers stay ahead of the game in today's rapidly-evolving global business climate."
Infor will also take the opportunity to update its Middle East customers during the event on four new additions to its Infor CloudSuite range which are built on Infor's cloud offering, available on Amazon Web Services (AWS). The new additions will include: Infor CloudSuite Industrial, Infor CloudSuite Business, Infor CloudSuite Healthcare and Infor CloudSuite Financials.
"Strategic decision-making is essential for Middle Eastern businesses. Next-generation companies thrive when agility and visibility combine with global operations capabilities and analytics that maximise all portions of the balance sheet," said Lee Miles, regional director for Infor in the Middle East.
"Infor's CloudSuite applications combine the flexible, secure, and reliable infrastructure of Infor's cloud technology with robust business management functionality that allows companies to see the impact of business transactions in real-time, as well as the trends that may affect the business tomorrow."