SunSystems plugs into Infor's new architecture

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John Stokdyk
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Infor executives have been hitting the road to promote the company's latest financial and expenses management offerings in the company's extensive software portfolio. John Stokdyk reports.

When IT Zone checked in with Infor 18 months ago, the focus was on R&D efforts to create a common service oriented architecture (SOA) for Infor's various software families, and a new style of role-based web user interface called MyDay. These elements have been extended to the latest release of SunSystems (formally known as Infor FMS SunSystems version 5.4).

According to Tim Truesdale, Infor's director of product management, the emphasis is less on the SOA these days than on the way it allows customers to connect their legacy applications into a framework where they can interoperate will all of...

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