As an order-driven manufacturer, the challenges you face today are forcing you to rethink the way you do business. That’s why it’s important to maximize the Infor VISUAL solution that you own today.
Join us for this town hall to learn how to take full advantage of the latest solution and technology advancements found in the current releases of Infor VISUAL. Plus, you’ll learn more about what Infor has to offer and ways you can work smarter, faster, and better by leveraging new solution features and technology.
Best-in-class manufacturers can move ahead of the competition by streamlining time-consuming business processes. Infor has partnered with Avalara to automate complex and time-consuming sales tax challenges. With Avalara, save time and stay compliant with year-round tax filings so you can keep your focus on adding customer value. Avalara AvaTax performs address validation, jurisdiction determination, and rate calculations on demand and in the cloud.
Learn about our development team’s current projects
See the Avalara tax integration in action
Register now.There’s never been a better time to upgrade and modernize your business. You have access to more innovation, choice, and value than ever before.
Richard Lagoy Product Director Infor
As product director for the Infor VISUAL suite of products, Richard brings over 25 years of experience delivering ERP solutions to the SMB market. Richard began his software career in 1985 at ProfitKey International, joining Lilly Software Associates in 1992 as part of the VISUAL start-up team and Executive VP of Customer Services. Richard has also held positions at AMCS Environmental Solutions and N’ware Technologies, an SAP B1 reseller.
Frank Maglio Software Development Director Infor
Frank has more than 35 years of experience developing innovative manufacturing software solutions for both large and small corporations. He worked on one of the first net change MRP systems; helped develop the first order-driven scheduling and MRP solution for the SMB manufacturing market running on the UNIX platform; and helped create the first Windows-based order driven manufacturing scheduling solution, VISUAL Manufacturing.