First Partners Achieve Micro-Vertical Specialization through New Enablement Program
Infor, the industry cloud company, today announced its new Micro-vertical Specialization Program for the Infor Partner Network (IPN), an initiative designed for partners to showcase unique strengths and capabilities with Infor solutions in specific niche markets. By awarding micro-vertical credentials, Infor is confirming that the partner organization is knowledgeable and prepared to help customers optimize their use of Infor applications in a particular market such as power generation or prepared foods manufacturing. As part of the program’s pilot, eight partners were awarded specialization designations in 15 different micro-verticals at the Infor Americas Partner Summit earlier this year. The application process is now open to Infor’s global partner community to help participating organizations benefit from increased credibility and market visibility across their areas of expertise.
This initiative coincides with the Micro-vertical Product Program (MVPP) launched by Infor in 2013, which allows partners to build industry-specific applications using Infor Mongoose, a development platform that enables users to easily design applications without knowledge of complex source code or programming languages. Together, these programs give partners the opportunity to play a critical role in helping Infor deliver comprehensive industry suites that address the unique business challenges of its customers.
“As a long-time Infor partner working with Infor CloudSuite™ Industrial (SyteLine), the Micro-vertical Specialization Program gives Copley an opportunity to capitalize on our experience with medical device manufacturers,” said Robert Lane, chief executive officer, Copley Consulting Group. “Infor recognizes the critical role of partners in providing last mile functionality across all micro-verticals, and this new initiative will only help to deepen those industry-specific capabilities for our customers.”
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