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In this event, Fortude in collaboration with Infor introduces ‘Fashion Retail-in-a-Box’, a pre-configured, fully functional, user-oriented, scalable solution that is an adaptation of the CloudSuite Fashion Implementation Accelerator (IA).
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Meet our speakers:
Industry Solutions Director, Infor
Senior Vice President – Americas, Fortude
Senior Vice President – Delivery, Fortude
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