Ferrari is switching its information systems based on Baan IV to Infor ERP LN.
In 1998, Ferrari adopted ERP Baan IV for its production plant to cover the main production processes for sports cars, racing cars and spare parts.
The Baan system has become a major part of Ferrari’s IT architecture and has been adapted over the years to meet Ferrari’s business requirements and integrate to other systems.
After several months of analysis and evaluation, Ferrari decided to migrate the information system based on Baan IV to the latest Infor ERP LN version. The migration project is expected to be completed during this summer.
The new system is designed to handle the complexity of the number of customisations that can be required by each Ferrari customer. Infor ERP LN supports sales and sourcing to production and implementation of projects.
Enza Fumarola, vice president of EMEA southern region ERP sales at Infor, said, “The migration of Ferrari's operations to ERP LN will enable us to play a large role in the company’s growth, through the support of all production stages, from production planning to process management, cost and quality.”
Two years ago, Ferrari adopted Windows HPC Server for its automotive engineering, design and development process.
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