Infor provides supply chain solution designed for the enterprise-level organizations. It provides information on the details of the supply chain, forecast, planning, scheduling and execution.
Infor SCM is suitable for a number of specialized industries including food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, specialty chemicals, distribution, consumer goods, electronics, logistics providers and more. Key applications include sales and operations planning, supply planning, demand planning, manufacturing planning and scheduling, strategic sourcing, procurement and supplier management.
It provides access to critical data which allow companies to rearrange resource and labor utilization, inventory and shipping operations and respond to fluctuations in the market. In addition, Infor SCM helps in building communications both internally, as well as with suppliers, partners and customers.
The solution can be installed on-premises or be hosted in the cloud for remote accessibility over the web.
Loreto from Market Research
Employees number: 51-200 employees
What i like about using Infor is that we were able to make forecasting easily. It helps us also to properly determine the supply needed.
As of this time, I did not encounter any problem. It works for us so well.......
Darrell from Elinco International Inc.
Specialty: Aerospace / Defense
Employees number: 2-10 employees
Add-ons are great.
My company was able to integrate more efficient processes with the use of Infor and implementation was smooth.
The only thing I can say my company did not like is the time to logon. Takes longer than most applications.
Mohamed Ali from Logistica E2E
Specialty: 3rd Party Logistics (3PL)
Employees number: 201-500 employees
The receipts export and import without addtional applications.
Serial number handling.
Having 12 lottables with sku is great for classifying the balance.
RF application still have poor interface.
No ability to add customized functions without the support.
Dhwal from XPO
Its easy to use and you will have visibility to see each location and carried out the transaction. You can easily teach other people as well..
Craig from EJ
Excellent system but can be difficult to learn. Very many steps to accomplish tasks. Once learned system works great.
Steve from EJ USA
Somewhat complex during intial implementation; however, it becomes much easier over time. Much more functional that previous TMS provider.
Meghan from XPO Logistics - Supply Chain
Software is fairly easy to use and comprehensive. You have visibility to all locations and products within the warehouse and can monitor and create strategies for managing it.
Cory from XPO
Currently using infor in a pallet pick and case pick operation. Minimal reports available to us to use. Even though it is user friendly with it being web based, it seems like it should be able to do more than what it does. We currently have to run tons of reports to ensure we have all of our orders for the day. The associate doing the task should have clear visibility to what work needs to be pulled.
Jeremy from Basic American Foods
Employees number: 1,001-5,000 employees
Currently using version 9, interested to see what we can do to upgrade. Current functionality is limited to our finished goods, need to integrate with ingredients, WIP, and packaging.
krishna from Agility
Very easy to use. Has all the functionality for 3PL warehouses, production warehouses, retail and food warehouses. Java based tool.
Very good Product, Easy to Configure, Java Based
Chris from CVSHEALTH
Employees number: 10,000+ employees
Was probably technologically advanced....20 years ago. Front-end interface gives the user no visibility into the linkages of the hundreds of tables on the back-end. One has to open multiple screens and manually piece the work flow together. The available reports read like an engineering manual and can only be exported as text files. There is no graphical interface to quickly identify issues and resolve.
Lack of export options and graphical reports
Look somewhere else