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Last month, Infor held their Inforum 2012 event, which awards customers for innovation and creativity with their products. The event is for Infor and Lawson customers and occurred on April 22-25 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver. It held over 700 informative sessions for Lawson and Infor’s customers. This year, Infor added a special performer and a famous one at that. Months ago CEO of Infor Charles Phillips announced, “Billboard hot 100 band Train will be performing at the Inforum 2012.” Train was founded in 1994 and became a mainstream success with their popular songs “Meet Virginia” and “Drops of Jupiter”. The latter won a Grammy for best rock song in 2002. Recently, the band has produced an album titles “Save Me, San Francisco,” with the popular song. “Hey Soul Sister”. Hey Soul Sister was on the list of most downloaded songs in 2010 and is one of the best selling singles in Columbia Record’s history.
Train performed at Inforum 2012 at what was titled “Club Inforce”. There were more than 4,000 people at the Train performance. The event was held as an Inforum customer appreciation celebration. Before train performed, there was a DJ, video games, pool tables, dancing, and food for the guests to enjoy. Club Inforce created an extremely club-like environment and customers let loose and enjoyed themselves. “Ginforce” was a popular drink served to the guests of Club Inforce. When Train got on stage to perform, the momentum in the room increased and everyone was excited to see them play. They played old songs as well as songs from their newer album and thousands of Inforum attendees were rocking out. Train even invited people in the audience to come on stage and join them for some songs. Most of the guests, including Charles Phillips, enjoyed Billboard’s top 100 band Train.
In addition to partying at Club Inforce, the top executive customers had a chance to meet in a daylong information session, and discuss several ideas about the future of their companies. Charles Phillips and Marc Beinoff discussed many different aspects of their industry, specifically the internet cloud, social applications, and mobility. The president of Infor, Stephan Scholl led a general session at Inforum 2012 where he was able to discuss ideas of success with other partners and customers. Scholl noted, “It's not the big that eat the small, it's the fast that eat the slow." In addition to having Train, a Billboard hit, Charles Phillips said, “The Inforum 2012 event was a great success and I hope our customers and partners walk away with more insight and clarity about our products and how they can help their own businesses.”
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