Infor CloudSuite Distribution is developed to meet the needs of wholesale distributors that want to modernize their technology infrastructure to address the constantly shifting business landscape, growing competition and changing customer behaviors. The solution suite offers a full range of distribution-industry-specific functionality.
The solution is suitable for the needs of any distributor, regardless of size, geography, or micro-vertical focus and can be deployed with a subscription-based delivery.
Infor has simultaneously released of two versions of Infor CloudSuite for distribution; Infor CloudSuite Distribution is designed for small to midsize wholesale distributors in North America that are focused on distribution in all industries. Infor CloudSuite Distribution Enterprise is designed for larger wholesale distributors that operate internationally with many language and localization requirements, or operate a hybrid business environment that includes both distribution and manufacturing.
The good thing about Infor ERP is that it is not as pricey as SAP and can pretty much compete with SAP in terms of functionalities.
The only con I can think of is that it is far more expensive that Microsoft Dynamics so customers sometimes go for Dynamics.
Michael from Hanesbrands Inc.
I'm going, to be honest with you. Infor is horrifying at my job. While it can handle a variety of suites, I just don't have a good thing about it.
We use infor to manage orders and art mockups and requisitions. You are at the complete mercy of your dev team who have to work night and day to even make this thing run. Missing orders, orders shipped out to the wrong places, orders not being dispatched, infor is truly the worst thing I've ever used in my 6 years in sales. It can take up to 60 minutes to even place an order. And you gotta double check it too. Its integration with a website is laughable at best. Buyer beware.
Robert from University of Pittsburgh
I really like where Infor has taken their ERP product. It relatively easy to implement, configure, customize, etc. Generally speaking it is not too complicated to integrate bar code scanners, etc. In other words, the software is not the bottle neck for the implementation process, it is the end client's processes. The Infor cloud product is also pretty good
As with any ERP software, you need some implementation help otherwise the project will go nowhere. Do your homework!
Reyner from PT. Reiken Quality Tools
Only a normal benefit you get from buying a cheap software such as accounting, purchasing, and sales administration. While the point we invest in this kind of product are for productivity and efficiency.
Marketing is good, maybe it might be good for mass production company, but for job order based company, the function, flexibility and etc it doesn't work
Software has not running in live situation almost 1-2 years training, adjustment, problem solving, and etc. With this software price, its been the worst investment that our company made.
Shane from Innovasea
It accomplishes the task of centralizing time and material cost for a project.
Terrible user interface and quirky behavior. It is also very slow. It has added significant time to accomplish the simple task of generating a PO
Jerome from Curt Manufacturing
Employees number: 501-1,000 employees
It a software package that we can use to run our business processes on! Ship orders, manufture orders, etc.
A pro about this software is that it is the perfect size software package for our company. We enjoy it
A con is that it does not scale Wide Area Network with the correct speed. It doesn't appear to halve a good warehouse module.
Sohil from Ciber
Good Product to use
Luis from Texas Children's Hospital
Needs many improvements and very slow. Also unreliable as INFOR goes down many times at my work.
Emma Employees number: 11-50 employees