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For ERP LN feature pack upgrade, what method of install are you using?
Installation Wizard into existing VRC
41%
Installation Wizard into new VRC
29%
Manual into existing VRC
6%
Manual into new VRC
24%
Total votes: 17

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installation solution
By gruvi_navy at 10 Mar 2017 - 04:47

Hi all,

In here i have question about installation solution. How does it know the solutions already installed until when? 

thank you for your attention and your kind. 

thank you

Fandhi 


Error while raising the po line
By sasank at 1 Aug 2016 - 10:52

Hi,

 While raising the purchase order line, we are facing the problem like the error "No Valid components" found.

Please, suggest me any ideas?

 

Regards

Sasank N 


An Infor LN and Baan Success Story - Flextronics WE NEED MORE (e-mail dan.aldridge@performaapps.com)
By daldridge at 24 Feb 2016 - 15:35

Flextronics (now Flex) is a Global Fortune 500 company with over $30 billion in sales, 220,000+ employees and tens of thousands of 



How to retrieve actual financial company number (single-logistik/multi-finance)
By sibylle at 18 Sep 2013 - 21:08

 

We have a single-logistik/multi-finance implementation. LN 10.2.1

Is there any function/DLL/variable where i can retrieve the actual selected financial company number where the user is logged in to?

Thank you 

Sibylle

 


EFS Technology to attend and present at Inforum 2013 (Orlando, Florida)
By JoeFerro at 22 Mar 2013 - 16:11

EFS Technology to attend and present at Inforum 2013 (Orlando, Florida)

EFS Technology

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.


Marc Jenkins

During Inforum 2013, Marc will be presenting the following show with Sue Peyton (Director, Product Management, Infor):


Infor ERP LN and Baan Planning Tip #4: Routings - The Final Data Requirement
By Jonathan Gross at 27 Jul 2011 - 21:56

In our previous ERP planning tip, we discussed the bill of materials (BOM), which discussion answered the following questions: which and how many components are needed to produce an item. This tip deals with routings, the final data set-up requirement. <--break->

Routings

Routings are the – manufacturing methods – the sequence of steps and related times that are needed to make an item. Production routings specify the ordered list of tasks used to manufacture a product. In addition to the standard routing, a product might have alternate routings (the selection of which depends on the situation). When a production work order is created to manufacture the product, one of the possible routings is chosen.

A typical routing is represented by a series of operation steps. Each step contains a task, various times related to the task (and other parameters), as well as the next operation step in the sequence.

For example:

Routing Table



ERP M&A: Do Infor Users Win or Lose? It Depends
By Jonathan Gross at 28 Apr 2011 - 16:03

In my February article, ERP Buyer’s Corner: Making 2011 the Year of Success, I predicted that “some of the bigger ERP vendors [would] go acquisition hunting to quickly fill strategic gaps in their product repertoires.” This prediction has come true in spades.

 

A few days ago, GC Software Holdings, Inc. – an affiliate of Golden Gate Capital and Infor – agreed to acquire Lawson, another Tier II ERP vendor for about $2 billion (U.S.). The intention is to integrate the Lawson ERP suite (M3 and S3) into Infor's software suite. This acquisition follows Infor's recent integration of SunSystems, financial management software.

 

This recent M&A activity is likely to have both positive and negative effects on Infor's ERP LN and Baan users.

 

In terms of the positive – and assuming that Infor/GC Software can successfully pull off the integration – Infor's ERP LN and Baan users could achieve the following benefits:



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