What’s stopping your M3 upgrade?


Webinar 9/11 16 CET: What is Stopping Your M3 Upgrade… TESTING?
Infor are continuing to invest heavily in M3 functionality as one of their flagship platforms. A fact which means that there will continue to be many enhancements, new features, patches…

Register here for the 30-minute webinar on 9/11 at 16 CET

For some people this is exciting, but for many involved in the process of delivering these changes it might even be slightly depressing because how much will this interrupt the daily production? How much time and effort will be required by xx people in the organisation to plan and deliver this?

Validation and Test is 40-70% of an Upgrade
The largest part of this project will be validation and testing – typically 40-70% of the entire project, and it often involves multiple cycles – a clear opportunity for some automation. But, most M3 users are still performing this manually…

Learn How To Speed Up Upgrades and Patches of M3 and Other Applications
This webinar looks at the barriers delaying upgrades and patches and discusses what methods some organisations have used to overcome them.
The webinar will consider the process of implementing changes to M3 (and other applications), and how these can be adapted to achieve better adoption by the business with less effort and lower cost.

Introduction in just 30 Minutes: 9/11 at 16 CET 
Take just 30 minutes of your time to join this webinar>> and see a proven and realistic way to navigate the journey from wholly manual effort to substantial automation combined with control, increased collaboration and visibility.

Don’t miss out- even if you cant make the date still register to ensure you get access to the presentation slides and recordings

What’s stopping you…?

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