Learn more on how the Infor M3 User Network (IMUN) is optimizing M3 during COVID-19
If you missed the virtual Infor M3 User Network gathering in May 2020; you can now watch the recording where several members share their knowledge and best practices on navigating challenges the new normal continues to present. This virtual gathering also consisted of an extensive Q&A taken on by a panel of experts.
The event was powered by the Infor M3 User Network in collaboration with Fortude.
The New Normal: Delivering Solutions Virtually
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Meet our speakers:
Head of Consulting (ANZ)
Janindu De Silva
Head of Delivery (ANZ)
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