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Liljeholmens candle factory sees bright future with Infor M3 CloudSuite

Liljeholmens candle factory sees bright future with Infor M3 CloudSuite

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Infor, an industry cloud company, has announced that Liljeholmens Stearinfabrik has chosen Infor M3 CloudSuite to help future-proof the processes for purchasing, planning, manufacturing and deliveries. The multi-tenant cloud solution will be powered by Amazon Web Services (AWS).

Liljeholmens Stearinfabrik manufactures candles and has production in Oskarshamn and headquarters in Malmö, Sweden. Liljeholmens is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of candles made from Stearin and one of Sweden’s oldest companies still operating. Liljeholmens has been running Infor M3 Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) on-premises for many years.

“We were prepared to upgrade our on-premises solution to the latest M3 version but realised that, with our limited IT resources, it would suit our organisation better to run M3 in the cloud,” said Sofia Lanebäck, responsible for supply chain and M3 at Liljeholmens. “With Infor M3 CloudSuite, we will automatically receive all new updates and new features while still maintaining the ease of use of M3.”

After a procurement process, Liljeholmens selected one of Infor’s local Swedish partners, Meridion, as its upgrade partner. The project is expected to be live in May. Meridion is project-responsible and will secure a smooth transition to the cloud including verification of the processes and of the technical migration done by Infor.

“Since we have a local office near Liljeholmens’ factory and have extensive experience with the combination of Infor M3, Qlik and integrations, we can quickly solve the updated and new integrations via Infor OS that Liljeholmens needs to keep on-prem, such as with the machinery in the factory and the various EDI integrations that exist for several of Liljeholmens’ customers,” said Johan Bystedt, CEO at Meridion.

“We feel that we now have a future-proof platform where we also can connect to processes we lack today, such as workflows between different departments and be able to store documents about production and quality management directly in respective subsystems instead of the network,” said Lanebäck.

“It is exciting to see what is already available in the cloud solution as we now get the system updated more regularly as well.”

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