Infor launches channel recruitment drive across EMEA

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Infor has announced details of its channel partner recruitment campaign across EMEA. The campaign, which aims to significantly increase the number of Infor partners across Europe, Middle East and Africa, will comprise a series of road-shows to take place starting September 2008 following the companys annual EMEA partner conference, in Marbella on September 3rd. 

The recruitment campaign builds on Infors recent EMEA channel successes, which include more than 350 new customer wins in EMEA over the last 12 months.  Channel revenue accounts for 18 per cent of Infors total license revenue in EMEA.

To support continued growth levels in FY09, Infor is looking for both resellers and system integrators to drive sales of its Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP); Supply Chain Management (SCM); Warehouse Management (WMS); Enterprise Asset Management (EAM); Human Capital Management (HCM), Expense Management (EM); Performance Management (PM) and Financial Management (FM) solutions. 

Infor is the worlds 10th largest software company and having acquired some of the best solutions in the market, we provide channel partners with proven solutions for their customers, comments Jean-Philippe Pommel, vice president, EMEA channels and alliances, Infor.  Our approach to channel recruitment is focused on quality over quantity.  We are not looking to take on thousands of partners and risk dilution of our focused approach, but a smaller number of partners which are well aligned with our products and company ethos.

About Infor

Infor acquires and develops functionally rich software backed by thousands of domain experts and then makes it better through continuous innovation, faster implementation options, global enablement, and flexible buying options. In a few short years, Infor has become one of the largest providers of business software in the world.

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