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Infor unveils implementation accelerators for public sector

Rami KhouryInfor today announced the development of three implementation accelerators for the public sector.

 They will aim to provide states, municipalities and school districts with standard business function documentation and preconfigured solutions for Infor Public Sector Community Development & Regulation (CDR), Infor Public Sector Customer Information System (CIS) Billing and Infor Public Sector Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP).

 The solutions deliver industry templates for business processes, training material, and testing activities.

 “Our customers range in size, scope and scale, from large federal governments to smaller local utility companies, but what they all have in common is the desire to benefit from the latest technology without committing to a lengthy or complex implementation,” said Rami A. Khoury, Regional Manager, Public Sector MEA , Infor. “Infor understands the need for solutions that reduce the interruption to daily operations without sacrificing the tailored approach that our customers need to achieve value on their investment.”

 Implementation Accelerator for Public Sector CDR is designed to help improve the management of unique business requirements such as permitting, licenses, ordinances and regulations.

 Designed to improve the responsiveness and compliance rates for citizens and contractors, it aims to provide users with “secure, continuous and transparent access to the CDR process.”

 Implementation Accelerator for Public Sector CIS Billing is designed to allow users the ability to access an entire organisation’s knowledgebase to generate bills, receive and track payment and maintain historical information regarding services, accounts and customers.

 Implementation Accelerator for Public Sector ERP is designed to help standardise and automate processes, monitor and control spending and manage supplier relationships to better cater to specific needs through a unified management platform. 

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