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Infor Joins the S&OP Fray
With the release of Infor S&OP 1.0, Infor dispels rumors that it’s not an aggressive product innovator. Learn about the features and functions of Infor S&OP 1.0

infor joins the s op fray  a Good S&OP Solution Infor joins an already abundant S&OP marketplace, perhaps somewhat belatedly, but the vendor believes that its solution’s differentiating traits will help it flourish in the crowd. Infor has long had so-called “Operational S&OP” capabilities within its individual enterprise resource planning (ERP) and SCM solutions, such as Infor Demand Planner , Infor Advanced Planner , and Infor Advanced Scheduler . But in the case of S&OP, Infor has decided to build a best-of-breed

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