ATLANTA, GA -- Infor, a leading provider of business application software serving more than 70,000 customers, today announced the details of Inforum, the upcoming global user conference hosted by Infor and Lawson. Infor CEO, Charles Phillips, will be joined by salesforce.com chairman and CEO, Marc Benioff, on Tuesday, April 24, at Inforum 2012.
Inforum is the shared event for Infor and Lawson customers taking place April 22-25 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver. More than 700 educational sessions are planned for Infor and Lawson customers, while the exhibit hall will showcase the companies' latest products and give attendees the chance to test drive many of those products.
"It's great to have Marc participating in our customer conference," said Phillips. "His presence at Inforum reflects the strong and growing relationship between our two companies, and it shows that Infor is attracting headline partners from around the world who want to be part of our exciting story."
During the Tuesday general session, Benioff and Phillips will talk about Inforce, the partnership between Infor and saleforce.com announced in August, 2011. Inforce will deliver three Infor applications built on the Force.com platform, including Inforce Everywhere, Inforce Ordering and Inforce Marketing.
The Monday general session will feature Phillips and Infor President, Duncan Angove, addressing the conference theme of "Specialized by Industry, Engineered for Speed." Phillips will share the company vision and direction, and Angove will showcase key product innovations and direction.
"If there is one event Infor and Lawson customers should invest in and attend, this is it," said Phillips. "Infor is investing in innovation. We are deepening our industry-specific product suites. We are removing the obstacles and complexity that have hindered enterprise software. We are focusing on speed. We welcome our customers to come and see and better understand how they can benefit from and take advantage of the innovations that are changing the way work is done."