Duncan Angove is the President of Infor. He is responsible for Infor Engineering, Healthcare, Xtreme Customer Support, and Infor’s new Retail business unit, which launched in October 2015.

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With HTAP, planning and execution come together for faster insights

In 2014 Gartner coined the term HTAP for hybrid transaction and analytical processing—systems that combine online transactional processing (OLTP) with online analytical processing (OLAP). These multi-workload …

Lesson from the pitch: take data viz insights one step at a time

More than half a century before modern sports metrics transformed the way teams, fans, and analysts look at performance stats, a man named Charles Reep …

Infor’s data scientists showcase the power of their work at Inforum 2016

One thing that makes Inforum 2016 special is that it’s the first major Infor event where customers, partners, analysts, and other attendees get a chance …

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Machine learning lets finance turn data insights into action

With the explosion of data, we have an explosion of insights. What kind of insights? Well, think about the recommendations you get when you search …

With HTAP, planning and execution come together for faster insights

In 2014 Gartner coined the term HTAP for hybrid transaction and analytical processing—systems that combine online transactional processing (OLTP) with online analytical processing (OLAP). These multi-workload …

Data visualization enters a new dimension

Hans Rosling, the recently deceased Swedish statistician, once said “My interest is not data, it’s the world. And part of the world development you can …

Brace for disruption in the age of hyper-connectivity

Digitalization is changing the game for every industry—and every industry knows it. In one report dealing with the financial industry, 100% of business leaders surveyed …

The IoT leaves its awkward adolescence, and the world will never be the same again

When you’re developing a new product, it’s easy to get stuck in that awkward stage—where you’re still exploring what it is versus what it can …

In retail, new technology is even reinventing old technology and its data

Retailers are already using data science for everything from pricing optimization and evaluating target customers to assortment planning and demand forecasting. But soon, a new …

To pave the way for smart cities, data sharing in our connected communities must be a two-way street

“. . . in order for autonomous vehicles to flourish, they must at least be able to trust the integrity of the infrastructure, and at …

Infor Retail: See how far we’ve come—and how far we can go together

Reinventing the retail industry with the power of enterprise software built on modern technology and designed to work beautifully takes more than just vision. It …

2016: Big data is dead… 2017: Long live data projects!

KDnuggets, published by data scientist Gregory Piatetsky-Shapiro, asked a panel of knowledge discovery and data mining experts to weigh in on the state of big …

Drones—yes, drones—are transforming asset management

If you think drone technology soared in 2016—just wait: PricewaterhouseCoopers has assessed the current global market for commercial applications of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) and …