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Infor Launches PLM Solution Designed for Discrete Manufacturers in Europe

3/11/2015 by

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Comprehensive Solution Drives Product Innovation for Automotive, A&D, High Tech and Industrial Manufacturing Industries.

Infor, a leading provider of beautiful business applications specialized by industry and built for the cloud, today announced Infor Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) Accelerate, powered by Aras, is now available for European organizations. Initially launched for the US market in 2014, this new PLM solution will provide strong value to automotive, industrial manufacturing, high-tech and aerospace & defense customers across Europe. The Infor PLM Accelerate solution will provide users with an Infor-focused user experience and is available for both on-premise and private cloud (single-tenant) deployment.

"Discrete manufacturers can benefit from a highly scalable PLM solution that provides enterprise users with a full range of services to fit their unique product development needs," said Kenneth Amann, Executive Consultant, CIMdata, Inc. "Infor has developed a PLM suite that delivers a comprehensive integrated environment that can save both time and money."

This latest offering provides a full-featured, highly scalable, flexible and secure PLM solution. Infor PLM Accelerate is designed to easily adapt with the unique business practices of discrete manufacturers. The solution moves beyond the capabilities of standalone products to unite the entire product lifecycle for a single view of the truth, allowing users to manage the process from ideation to manufacturing through distribution.

"Managing the product lifecycle can be a major challenge for the rapidly shifting manufacturing industry. Streamlining processes while protecting quality and consistency are major concerns. Infor PLM Accelerate is designed with these challenges in mind, providing a more holistic approach to scale and meet the needs of each unique organization," said Nathalie Regniers, industry strategy director, Product Lifecycle Management, Infor. "The solution is available as both on-premise and private cloud single-tenant deployment, to further add flexibility to the product lifecycle."

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