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Infor Shifts From Facility To Enterprise Energy Management

Date: 08 August 2012

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Executive Summary

Rising energy costs, increased price volatility, tighter energy and carbon regulations, and increased stakeholder awareness of sustainability elevate the commercial importance of energy management within firms. This report provides Energy Directors, Facilities Directors, Finance Directors and VPs of Sustainability with independent analysis of Infor’s response-to-the-market shift towards strategic energy management. Infor, the third largest global supplier of enterprise software with revenues of $2.8 billion in 2011, offers energy management capabilities through its Infor10 EAM Enterprise Sustainability platform that sits within its Enterprise Asset Management product line. Infor strengthened its enterprise energy management offering in September 2011, with the acquisition of ENXSuite. Infor is well positioned for the future of energy management with its vertical product strategy, deep energy domain expertise and its common software architecture. Infor should use this domain expertise to develop its capabilities around the direct control of energy-consuming assets.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

INFOR SHIFTS FROM FACILITY TO ENTERPRISE ENERGY MANAGEMENT
Infor Prepares For The Future Of Energy Management

ORGANIZATIONS MENTIONEDORGANIZATIONS MENTIONED

Bentley University, C3, City of Chicago, City of Des Moines, City of New York, Department of Defense, Dow Chemical, ENXSuite, Fresh & Easy, IBM, Infor, London Stock Exchange, Lunds & Byerly’s, Sainsbury’s, TRIRIGA, Twitter, Verisae