With SunSystems 6.3 now in general release from Infor it is time to consider what major benefits are available for existing SunSystems clients. Infor has for many years provided ongoing support for a range...
Raise your hand if you’re an Infor SunSystems customer. Keep it raised if you’re 100 per cent confident that your organisation is getting the most value from its SunSystems investment.
Current SunSystems users may not be aware that they are sitting on an extremely comprehensive reporting, analytical, budgeting and planning capability and potentially not utilising it.
SunSystems is the legendary general ledger and financial management system from Infor. Over the years there have been a number of different product bundles and pricing structures offered and this article is an attempt to explain these and the underlying pricing models.
As organisations both large and small continue their never-ending quest to find ways to do things better, faster and more affordably, cloud computing remains a hot topic of interest.
I was fascinated to see the NSW Government get into nudge theory recently. Their proposition is simple – by reworking the language of their bills and fines collection letters they will drive down the late payment behaviour of Jane and Joe Citizen.
Infor has introduced a new module to SunSystems v6.2 called Extended Analysis. This looks like metadata by another name to me and that is very exciting.
For a couple of years now Infor have been investing a lot of time and effort on the user experience for their applications. The corporate vision from the CEO down is for a consumer grade interface for business grade applications. “To make business applications beautiful.”
For some years now Infor has been supporting three parallel versions of their excellent and redoubtable financial management system, SunSystems.
As a business solutions professional specialising in the needs of the Office of Finance, I find there’s a common thread in almost all of my conversations with prospective customers. CFOs bemoan the amount of time it takes them to close the books and produce reports.