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Infor Gets Social
At the Inforum 2013 user conference, Infor announced Infor Ming.le, a new platform for social collaboration, business process improvement, and contextual

corporate social responsibility through  social platform captures vital corporate knowledge that can be lost through email and instant messaging; it tracks communications transparently in the context of business processes and provides a clear audit trail.

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