Infor enhances dynamic supply chain execution application

Infor (Booth 4315), a leading provider of business application software, unveiled Infor Supply Chain Execution (SCE) version 10.3.

Vishal Minocha, Infor’s senior global project manager for Supply Chain Solutions

By Bridget McCrea, Contributing Editor
March 19, 2014 - MMH Editorial

Infor (Booth 4315), a leading provider of business application software, unveiled Infor Supply Chain Execution (SCE) version 10.3. Equipped with dynamic functionality for logistics and warehouse management, Infor SCE 10.3 features an improved user experience and new integration with Infor M3, as well as enhanced integrations with Infor Lawson Enterprise Financial Management and Adage enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions.

“To meet the challenges of today’s complex global supply chains,” said Vishal Minocha, senior global product manager for supply chain solutions, “Infor SCE 10.3 provides our customers with a powerful tool for managing warehouse activities while sharing information in real time to ensure better decision-making throughout the fulfillment process.”

The latest version of Infor SCE also highlights the Infor 10x experience through deeper integration with Infor Ming.le, a comprehensive social collaboration platform. Infor SCE 10.3 offers significant enhancements to voice enablement, small parcel shipping, compliance labeling, and the embedded Infor Warehouse Director mobile platform.

Modex 2014 is scheduled to be held March 17-20, 2014 in Atlanta’s Georgia World Conference Center. The tradeshow will showcase the latest manufacturing, distribution and supply chain solutions in the material handling and logistics industry. Modern’s complete Modex 2014 coverage.



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Bridget McCrea
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