Jun Choi: Northrop, Infor Partner to Deliver Enterprise Apps in Federal Sector

software engineeringNorthrop Grumman and enterprise software company Infor have forged an alliance to help U.S. government customers implement and operate applications for managing organizational functions.

Infor said Tuesday that Northrop will provide deployment and management services for public agencies that will acquire Infor software offerings through the partnership.

Jun Choi, Northrop director for enterprise business solutions, said Infor’s technology is designed to help organizations manage internal tasks faster.

“By partnering with other leaders in the federal space, such as Northrop Grumman, we are equipping organizations with the tools they need to keep daily processes running efficiently 24 hours a day, seven days a week,” said Wayne Bobby, Infor vice president of federal government solutions.

The alliance covers delivery of Infor’s Talent Management, Human Resource Management, Enterprise Asset Management, Approva and IONA products.

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