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Infor acquires Bridgelogix

08 Jun 10

The business software provider for mid-market companies says that its acquisition of Bridgelogix will allow for closer alignment of Bridgelogix complementary solutions with many Infor products, which may provide greater flexibility, simplicity, speed, and accuracy to manufacturers.

Bridgelogix says its technology currently integrates with many of Infor’s ERP solutions and following the acquisition, Infor plans to drive further integrations to create value for customers.

“In Australia, this is exciting as it means we are bringing Bridgelogix into the Infor family. Over the past three years, we have done a great deal of work with Bridgelogix with many successful implementations within our customer base,” said Todd Hunt, Infor Pacific Sales Director for Manufacturing and Distribution.

“What this means locally is that Infor has an even greater presence and support capabilities for our customers,” he added.

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