Our exclusive client is looking for a number of Infor LN Analyst Programmers and Business Analysts to help with their implementation of the LN ERP system worldwide. For this integration process they are forming a dedicated project team, based in Belgium, the UK and other European locations as the project moves forward.
Knowledge and Skills:
•3 - 5 years of experience in programming and/or ERP systems analysis. Requires advanced programming techniques and software design.
•3 - 5 years demonstrated working experience with ERP LN (full cycle implementation experience is required).
•3 + years of manufacturing industry experience.
•Deep ERP LN skills & demonstrated full life cycle implementation experience.
•Fully knowledgeable in ERP LN 4GL programming language.
•Must understand technical problems and solutions in relation to the current, as well as the future business environment.
Primarily based in Belgium with travel to the UK and then further European sites as the project progresses
€450 - €500 per day
I am very new to Infor LN, thank heavens I can when Baan IV is being phased out at the company I have just engaged with. I have 9 years of experience in SAP FICO, but have moved to learn Infor LN as a Finance Functional Consultant. Would someone out there advise me on how best to learn this system faster so I become smoothly good on it as I am on SAP ? Are there any configuration screen shots videos I can buy and where, or any online information besides Knowledge Zone?
EFS Technology to attend and present at Inforum 2013 (Orlando, Florida)
We are pleased to announce that we will be attending Inforum 2013 on the 21st - 24th April at the Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida. Representing EFS Technology will be Marc Jenkins. Marc has worked at EFS Technology for over 18 years and in his current role as a Senior Account Manager he is responsible for looking after many of the company's largest customers and partners. With a degree in Engineering & Management, a keen eye for problem solving and a wealth of experience across many different industries, Marc has truly earned his reputation as an output and document management expert. His hard work and commitment has helped him to forge a successful and productive relationship with Infor, helping EFS Technology to achieve a global solution partnership, augmenting Infor's LN and Baan software.
During Inforum 2013, Marc will be presenting the following show with Sue Peyton (Director, Product Management, Infor):
Our high profile Belgium based client requires an ERP LN Business Analyst to act as a liaison between business management and our client’s IT teams for ERP LN and related software implementations and support.
Implements, maintains, and customizes Infor ERP in addition to other enterprise business applications and interfaces to ERP system. Provides technical and functional support in the areas of; ERP systems administration, problem resolution, support, process mapping, system testing and development, security access, and training. Analyzes, implements, and supports worldwide offices running on Infor ERP in a Microsoft Windows and SQL Server environment. Provides end-user support in the development of ad-hoc queries and reports.
Historically, Infor operated a highly restrictive sales channel, limiting its value-added resellers (a.k.a. VARs and channel partners) to sell into companies that generate revenues of no more than $100 million per year. With its August 8th announcement (covered here: Infor Eases Sales Restrictions for Channel Partners), Infor now allows its channel to sell to companies that generate revenues of up to $500 million per year.
The old restrictions made it difficult - in some cases near impossible - for channel partners to generate revenues from the sale of software licenses. Many of Infor's systems are geared to companies that generate revenues far in excess of $100 million annually. For example, Infor10 ERP Enterprise (formerly ERP LN and Baan) is a feature rich, complex system designed for larger mid-sized and large enterprise-sized manufacturers of complex, engineer-to-order (ETO) products. The $100 million cap effectively made the "reseller" title more theoretical than practical for those firms that only resold Infor10 ERP Enterprise (ERP LN).