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Infor signs KernMobile reseller deal

30 Mar 11

Business application software supplier Infor, has signed a reseller agreement with KernMobile, an Australian and New Zealand-based company that offers a works management system aimed at the mobile workforce.


The deal will see Infor resell the KernMobile solution, which it says will extend the value of Infor Hansen Enterprise Asset Management that is used within local government and utilities organisations. 

"With a number of KernMobile installations already in place that work in line with Infor Hansen 7 & 8 products, the formal relationship with Infor gives new and existing clients security going forward knowing that KernMobile will be supported and grow in line with the Infor Hansen product,” said Kerry Connors, Founder and Managing Director of KernMobile.


James Brackenrig, VP Pacific, Infor, added, "KernMobile's expertise and strength in offering enterprise mobile solutions for corporate systems such as those in local government and the water industry, makes them an ideal partner for Infor. They have strong knowledge and presence of the local market, capable services and support organisation and leading industry solutions."

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