Infor, supplier of industry-specific cloud applications, announces the acquisition of Alfa-Beta Solutions, a Dutch system integrator. Alfa-Beta Solutions is a Gold Infor Channel Partner and focuses on medium-sized and large companies in the F&B industry in the Benelux and Germany.

Over the past few years, Infor has built up extensive industry knowledge. The acquisition will enable the company to better support its growing customer base in the European food and beverage industry. Especially now that the demand for Infor’s products is growing, the acquisition comes at a good time.

Growing demand

Infor CEO Charles Phillips explains that European companies often see the cloud as a tool for modernisation and digitisation. The demand for CloudSuite-products is growing, especially in the food and beverage industry. The acquisition of Alfa-Beta Solutions unites a talented and experienced team with a growing demand for our products and helps new customers quickly realize value, says Phillips.

Alfa-Beta Solutions is based in Arnhem and is a consultancy firm specialized in Infor M3 and BI. Approximately 70 employees work from the Dutch headquarters or the German branch in Darmstadt. Alfa-Beta Solutions concentrates on the F&B market, with a specialisation in the milk, agrofood and convenience industries. Customers include Royal A-Ware, Cono Kaasmakers, HZPC, Colbrand, Riedel, Huuskes, Roerink Food Family, Fransen Gerrits, Coroos Conserven and Jermi.

Infor provides modern solutions tailored to the F&B industry and we have specialised in that industry over the past decades. The increasing demand for specialised F&B solutions can only be met by means of predictable, targeted and fast implementations. All this with the help of standard software and industry knowledge. This acquisition allows us to expand and grow our implementation approach based on industry best practices, says Frank Resink, CEO of Alfa-Beta Solutions.

The amount of money involved in the takeover is not known.

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