Part 1 of this blog series started by analyzing a certain change of the guard and a related product strategy shift at Infor. Two late June 2010 news announcements, which were entitled “Infor Simplifies Connectivity and Data Sharing with Infor ION(tm)” and “Infor Selects Microsoft as Preferred Technology and Tools Provider for Infor Software," were then demystified in an
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all feedback from customers using Infor Open SOA during all limited availability projects. PJ: How is this strategy related to the “Three E (Enrich, Extend, Evolve)” strategy, i.e., complementary, replacing it, or something else? What happens to all of these already developed Evolve components and on-ramps, especially if they are not in the Microsoft technology (e.g., MyDay, BIS, etc.)? Infor: From a strategy perspective Infor will continue to add new functionalities and innovations to its portfolio.