Ferrari goes with Infor for auto resource planning

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Ferrari goes with Infor for auto resource planning

Ian Grant

Iconic Italian sportscar maker Ferrari is to migrate its information systems based on Baan IV to the latest version of Infor ERP LN (enterprise resource planning) software.

The migration project is expected to be completed over the summer. No financial details were available.

Ferrari first went with Baan IV for ERP in 1998 for its production plant, covering the main production processes for sports cars, racing cars and spares.

The system has become a major part of Ferrari's IT architecture, and has been adapted to meet Ferrari's business requirements and integrate with other systems.

Ferrari decided on the migration in July last year, after several months of analysis and evaluation,.

Infor Sales vice-president Enza Fumarola said Infor ERP LN was a good fit for Ferrari as it provided a high level of flexibility and functionality for project-based and discrete manufacturing companies. This allowed Ferrari to offer drivers a wide choice in customisation options without affecting factory workflows.


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