Infor, a provider of business application software, has signed two new clients.
The company signed a deal with Kempinski Hotels, Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group, to deliver Infor EzRMS in a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model.
Infor EzRMS is part of Infor CloudSuite Hospitality, a set of industry-specific, cloud-based solutions.
Infor EzRMS data is also used to enhance other Infor applications. It is used to send forecasting data to Infor Human Capital Management (HCM) for better human resource planning or to Infor Dynamic Enterprise Performance Management (d/EPM) to help hotels drive performance and profitability by looking at forecasting, revenues and costs.
Infor’s transaction level data analytics also allows for more detailed insights and better decision making. Revenue directors also benefit from an integrated tool that delivers detailed reporting, competitor set data analysis, forecasting, dynamic pricing, budgeting, and contract and performance management as well as tracking of online reputation.
In another recent customer win, Infor said Providence Health & Services and Greenville Health System has chosen Infor Healthcare to improve their end-to-end supply chain with Infor Lawson Supply Chain Management and Infor Supply Chain Execution (SCE) for Healthcare.
The solution allows users to view and operate an entire supply chain as a unified whole that encompasses participants inside and outside of the organization — including an integrated delivery network, consolidated service center or a regional distribution center, Infor said.
“The healthcare industry is consistently faced with navigating through changing regulatory requirements, posing challenges for healthcare organizations looking to come out ahead in light of increased cost control measures and lower reimbursement rates,” said Barry P. Chaiken, M.D., chief medical information officer, Infor.
“Infor SCE for Healthcare offers a solution to healthcare organizations to increase profitability by offering them a tool to view and operate the entire supply chain as a unified whole, enabling them to consolidate services and reduce operations and fulfillment costs,” Chaiken added.