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Intersnack selects Infor for multi-million euro cloud project

Düsseldorf, Germany-based snack food company Intersnack has selected Infor for a multi-million euro, 10 year cloud transformation.  The project will see Infor support processes across Intersnack brands  throughout Europe.  As part of the contract, the business is expected to be fully live on Infor CloudSuite Food & Beverage along with a further 18 Infor solutions when completed.

Replacing the group’s 17 disparate ERP systems, a significant number of which are currently run by SAP and Oracle, Infor will run  major business applications within Intersnack spanning enterprise resource planning; human resources and talent management; financials; risk management; expense management; performance management; business intelligence; enterprise asset management; customer relationship management; procurement; and supply chain management, according to a statement from Infor.

[Image courtesy: Intersnack]

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