Infor Inks Deal with Stellar Bolstering EAM in Public Sector

By CIOReview | Tuesday, May 2, 2017
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NEW YORK, NY: Cloud service provider, Infor forms a strategic alliance with Stellar Services, an enterprise information management consulting company. According to the deal, Infor Partner Netw3ork (IPN) will now be available to Stellar, and will provide consulting services, including implementation, integration and support services, to Infor Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) in public sector.

Public agencies often face unique set of challenges in processes such as public transportation networks. It cannot be interrupted due to constant change in needs in IT sector. The solution will help meet organizational needs, more efficient implementations and upgrades, thereby lessening downtime for citizen services. It also enables a more rapid return of investment for public agencies utilizing its applications.

"The primary objective for all government-managed organizations is to meet the needs of citizens, however, the needs of the organization itself vary drastically depending on its role," says Lynn Sauder, Vice President, Global Alliances, Infor.

The pact provides tools and resources necessary to help Stellar grow a profitable and sustainable business around Infor product. In addition to Infor EAM, the range of Infor public sector suite (Hansen) and Infor ION will deliver superior service to citizen and enhance public agencies to improve asset management.

Integrating these technologies will ensure organizations to successfully create visibility across multiple micro-verticals to help break down information silos and improve agility and accountability by relying on a unified, integrated technology environment.

"Infor continues to partner with businesses like Stellar Services because we recognize that a one-size-fits-all approach is ineffective, as each micro-vertical, whether utilities or public safety, has a different set of technology requirements that can only be addressed with a combination of industry-specific applications and expertise" adds Sauder.