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Infor Gains Financials Elite Club Status
What’s new at Infor? Besides the blockbuster acquisitions of late, the leading provider of business applications has continued to release innovative products

oracle financials modules  Baan, CODA , and Oracle Financials in the 1990s. SunSystems’ architecture was open in terms of supported platforms (i.e., Microsoft DOS , Unix, and OpenVMS [ Virtual Memory Systems ]) and indexed sequential access method (ISAM) data structures. SunSystems V4 was first released in 1991, featuring support for Microsoft Windows as well as the relational databases Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle . The release also included financial consolidation capabilities through export/import processes. The Vision

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ERP for the Utilities Industry

Utilities (gas, water, electricity, and energy) software is typically built off customer billing systems encompassing a suite of modules covering fleet management, maintenance management, GIS, AMR, financials, and human resources, among others. 

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