Inforum 2019 has a lot to offer with rich content being discussed at speed sessions and guest talks along with some of the industry’s best entertainers. This Inforum, we’re giving you a few good reasons as to why you need to be at Booth 1724.
1. Fast Track – Hear it first from our customers and SMEs
From taking the plunge to move from System 21 to Infor’s CloudSuite product to the benefits of multi-tenant, hear it first-hand from our customers who have been on this journey – including an inside scoop from executives. Meet Josh Thomas, Chief Technology Officer, Rocky Brands Inc., Harry Gaffney, Chief Financial Officer, Charles Komar and Sons Inc. and subject matter expert from Birst, Richard Reynolds, Senior Director Product Marketing and Strategy at our Fast Track sessions! Register now: https://bit.ly/2jZxWkl
2. Not your Average Speed Session – Introducing Fashion Retail-in-a-Box
Small and Medium scale fashion brands and retail businesses now have an ideal ERP solution tailored for them. During this session Fortude will debut its signature product – a fully functioning, user-oriented, plug-and-play system – preconfigured, faster, affordable, and built for your business – Fashion Retail-in-a-Box. From sleek interfaces to omni-channel functionality and a complete reduction in implementation lead time – this solution is everything fashion retailers have been looking for. Register now: https://bit.ly/2jZxWkl
Session ID: 334439 I 25th September, 2019 I 3:30 PM – 3:50 PM I Hub – Theater 2
3. STOP. ENGAGE. AVAIL – FREE Consulting Hours!
We’re giving you a little taste of our what it’s like to work with Fortude and you might stay on a little longer than a day of free consulting! Stop by at booth #1724, engage with our consultants and avail a day of consulting completely FREE!*
4. Win an Apple Watch 5!
Could it get any better than this? Win the latest release of the Apple Watch with a cellular connection! All you have to do is be part of our Speed Session, Fast Track Sessions (at our booth) or drop by and engage with our team to enter the raffle draw. The winners will be revealed on the 25th of September, 2019!
5. Plastic Definitely ain’t so Fantastic
It is now believed that there are 5.25 trillion pieces of plastic debris in the ocean. This Inforum we’re giving away a little something to make the world a better place – say NO to single-use plastic. Visit booth #1724 and join our little effort to reduce the use of plastic – no spoilers.
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