October 2020Issue 6

The time is NOW for Kevin Samuelson and INFOR
When we last wrote about Infor all the talk was around an IPO – and who doesn’t love a big IPO? I wrote bullishly about the expectation of Infor floating and becoming one of the biggest software IPOs of all time. It seemed certain that the prospect of raising a load of new cash coupled with the lure of being catapulted into the limelight would be too much for Infor (and their VC partners) to resist. Thank God it didn’t happen...

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Expert Opinions

Benchmarking project success
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The state of the enterprise in 2020 and beyond
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RPA: the key to unlocking transformational value in ERP systems
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Flexible working: the policy that is implementing itself
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Guest Contributors

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