Prior to Infor, Phillips was President of Oracle Corporation and a member of its Board of Directors. During his seven and a half year-tenure, the company tripled in size and successfully acquired 70 companies. Prior to Oracle, Phillips was a Managing Director in the Technology Group at Morgan Stanley, where he was an Institutional Investor All Star for ten consecutive years.
Before his 18-year career on Wall Street, Phillips was a Captain in the U.S. Marine Corps in the 2nd Battalion, 10th Marines artillery unit. In 2012, Phillips was the guest speaker at the Marine Corps' 237th birthday ball for his old unit, after their return from Afghanistan.
Phillips holds a BS in computer science from the U.S. Air Force Academy, a JD from New York Law School, and an MBA from Hampton University; he is also a member of the Georgia State Bar.
Phillips serves on the Boards of Viacom Corporation, Jazz at Lincoln Center, New York Law School, the American Museum of Natural History, the United States Air Force Academy Endowment Fund, Posse Foundation, and his family foundation, Phillips Charitable Organizations. Phillips also served on the Obama Administration's Economic Recovery Board, led by Paul Volcker.
Duncan Angove is President of Infor. He is responsible for engineering, support, and Infor's cloud business.
Prior to Infor, Angove was General Manager of the Retail Global Business unit at Oracle Corporation, where he ran development, consulting, and sales and marketing and led Oracle to the number one market position in retail applications. Preceding his accomplishments at Oracle, Angove was a member of Retek's executive management team, where he took the company public.
Infor President Stephan Scholl is responsible for sales, consulting, alliances and channels worldwide.
Scholl's leadership and passion in helping customers modernize and transform their business has allowed Infor to emerge as the third largest enterprise software company in the world.
Prior to joining Infor in December, 2010, Scholl established Oracle Corporation's Tax and Utilities Global Business unit as the market leader with responsibility for sales, consulting, development and marketing.
From 2006 to 2009, Scholl ran Oracle's North America Consulting Group, one of the company's largest organizations.
Prior to Oracle, Scholl held a number of consulting and sales management roles at PeopleSoft.
Scholl received a Bachelor's Degree in Education from McGill University in Montréal, Québec.
Pam MurphyChief Operating Officer
Pam Murphy has been the Chief Operating Officer at Infor since October 2011. Prior to assuming that role, she served as Senior Vice President of Corporate Operations. She has been with Infor since December 2010.
Prior to Infor, she spent 11 years at Oracle Corporation, where she was responsible for a wide range of operational and financial functions which included running Global Sales Operations, running Consulting Operations for Europe, Middle East and Africa, and running Field Finance function for Oracle's Global Business Units.
Prior to Oracle, Pam was with Andersen Consulting and Arthur Andersen where she provided strategy, direction and counsel to existing and potential Clients.
Having held a variety of roles in Europe and America, her background includes extensive experience in field sales and consulting/professional services operations as well as deep operational experience in running global organizations. Pam earned her business and accounting degree from the University of Cork, Ireland and is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants.
Soma SomasundaramEVP, Global Product Development
As the company's top R&D executive, Soma Somasundaram defines Infor's technology strategy and manages the design and rollout of the company's full suite of business applications. He also makes sure that Infor's unique technology platform creates the seamless connections between all applications that give customers unmatched flexibility.
Somasundaram has 30 years of experience in enterprise resource planning, supply chain, and financial applications. He also brings global business experience to Infor, having worked in many countries around the globe, including India, Germany, Australia, the UK, and the US. Soma has been with Infor from the start and has continually applied his comprehensive understanding of the IT industry to play an integral role in the growth and development of Infor.
Nicole AnasenesChief Financial Officer
Nicole Anasenes was named Infor chief financial officer in November 2013. She joined Infor from IBM, where she was vice president and CFO of IBM's Software Middleware Group, where she helped drive significant operating efficiency, enter and scale new business areas, and integrate multiple acquisitions. She also served as VP and CFO of IBM's cloud business unit, helping to define and operationalize IBM's cloud computing business, and as director of emerging markets for IBM's Global Technology Services organization.
Anasenes has an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and a bachelor's degree from New York University.
Marylon McGinnisSVP, Global Support
As Senior Vice President of Infor's Global Support organization, Marylon McGinnis is responsible for the people, processes, and tools Infor provides to help customers get the best service and the greatest value from their software investment.
Known in the IT industry as a builder of top-quality development and support organizations both domestic and offshore, McGinnis joined Infor in 2004 as Vice President of Development. She took over the Global Support organization in 2007, with a goal of continuing the momentum of a top-flight worldwide team.
"One of the things that makes Infor different is the experienced people we have in our support organization—some with as many as three decades of experience in our solutions," she says. "Their deep understanding of our products, along with what it takes for customers to be successful with them is unique in the industry, and I'm proud to be a part of it."
Before joining Infor, McGinnis worked with MSA and stayed with the company through its acquisition by Dun & Bradstreet Software, managing development and global support organizations in multiple locations in the US and Europe, as well as working with consolidation and reengineering activities when Dun & Bradstreet Software was acquired by GEAC.
Jeff AbbottSVP, Global Alliances and Channels and Demand Generation
Jeff Abbott is Senior Vice President, Global Alliances and Channels and Demand Generation, at Infor. In this role, he is responsible for Infor's partner go-to-market strategy and the Infor Partner Network. In addition, Mr. Abbott oversees Infor's global Business Development, Inside Sales, and Field Marketing organizations. Mr. Abbott brings over twenty years of experience in sales, business development, channels/alliances, and marketing in the enterprise software business.
Prior to joining the Infor team in December 2008, Abbott led the Global Midmarket Applications Business Unit at Oracle Corporation. Mr. Abbott has held positions at Accenture, General Motors, and Georgia-Pacific.
Abbott holds a bachelor of science in Logistics from the University of Tennessee and masters of Business Administration from Georgia State University.
Steve HoldridgeSVP, Global Consulting Services
As Senior Vice President, Global Consulting Services, Steve Holdridge is responsible for America's Consulting business along with Global Industries and off-shore/managed services.
Holdridge is a recognized thought leader in the ever-changing software implementation and adoption business. He emphasizes innovation, speed and results through software-driven industry best practices and a focus on outcomes.
Prior to joining Infor in 2012, Holdridge held multiple executive leadership roles at Oracle Corporation, including most recently General Manager of Oracle's Government, Healthcare and Education Consulting division. He also served in various additional management positions across sales, strategy and services delivery during his Oracle tenure. Before Oracle, he had leadership roles that spanned strategy, product development and services at Price Waterhouse Management Consulting and BIS Computer Solutions.
Mary TrickEVP, Global License Management & Maintenance
Mary Trick joined Infor in 2005, bringing with her nearly 30 years of experience in executive positions within sales, services, and operations for software and consulting companies. Prior to joining Infor, she served as vice president of global client services at Harris Corporation.
Mary has successfully brought strong and effective leadership to a variety of roles at Infor, including the management of a business unit, numerous strategic projects, and most recently building a results-oriented, world-class license management team.
Mary ensures Infor's consistent, disciplined approach to the annual maintenance and license business, which constitute the company's most important and consistent sources of revenue-they're critical factors in keeping Infor healthy and strong enough to deliver world class customer support and to delight every one of our 70,000 customers.
Gregory M. GiangiordanoSVP, General Counsel & Secretary
Infor's Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary, Greg Giangiordano joined the company in 2002, and built the legal department.
"What Infor has accomplished in a relatively short time is amazing and very exciting," he says. "It is a demanding, performance-driven environment with great people-a once in a lifetime opportunity, as I see it. When you've combined as many companies as we have, the sheer speed and breadth of issues we need to address makes the job extremely challenging, both from a legal and management perspective."
Before Infor, Giangiordano served as Vice President and General Counsel of Elemica, an internet-based transaction network founded by 22 of the world's leading chemical companies. Prior to that, he was a litigation attorney at the law firm of Blank Rome. Early in his career, he served as a law clerk to the Honorable James McGirr Kelly, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
Marc ScibelliChief Creative Officer
As Chief Creative Officer of Infor Marc Scibelli leads Infor's creative think-tank, Hook & Loop.
Scibelli has helped pioneer the consumerization of business software by partnering a creative agency with business software experts. Based in Manhattan, Hook & Loop has creative staff from all walks of the design spectrum, but all with a pedigree outside of enterprise software. Under Scibelli's leadership, the Hook & Loop team has grown from 15 members in the beginning of 2013 to approximately 80 today, and Infor recently leased more space at its headquarters to accommodate this growth.
Hook & Loop works closely with Infor developers and product managers to drive user experience past the foundational needs of technology to focus on creating pleasurable and meaningful experiences for users. Hook & Loop has had an immediate impact on Infor products and plays an instrumental role in the development of Infor's SoHo user experience and Infor Ming.le™ collaboration platform.
Scibelli shares a Pulitzer Prize for information graphics and is a 17-year veteran of creative agencies. He has degrees in visual communications and advertising art & design.
Chip CoyleSVP, Chief Marketing Officer
Infor Chief Marketing Officer Chip Coyle is responsible for Infor's global marketing including branding, online services, corporate communications, and customer programs and events.
Prior to joining the Infor team in January 2011, Coyle led Americas Marketing at Oracle Corporation where he was responsible for driving demand generation programs that delivered over 50 percent of Oracle's worldwide license sales. From 1993 to 2000, he led marketing communications efforts for the Oracle Service Industries business unit.
Before his 18 year tenure at Oracle, Coyle was an account executive for KSK Communications, a marketing agency serving the technology industry.
Coyle holds a B.S. degree from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville.
Glenn GoldbergSVP, Human Resources
As Senior Vice President of Human Resources, Glenn Goldberg is responsible for employee recruitment and retention worldwide, including integrating new employees into the corporate culture, managing benefits programs, and building initiatives that foster employee growth and development.
Since he joined Infor in May 2004, the number of employees has more than quadrupled as a result of the company's acquisition strategy. Goldberg cites Infor's ability to make integration decisions quickly as the number one reason it can manage such rapid growth from an HR perspective.
"We take a lot of questions out of the workplace, so our people know who they'll be working for, what their benefits are," Goldberg says. "We have a strong internal communications program, and we're good at keeping components of the cultures of the acquired companies if they fit with ours."
In addition to his corporate HR experience, he also credits his operational experience in a variety of industries with helping him meet the demands of the job. "I've always liked the people side of business, but I'm also a very practical, 'get it done' kind of person, which fits in well with the corporate culture here," he says.
Goldberg joined Infor from NxTrend Technology, where he began as VP of Human Resources and then assumed additional responsibilities as VP of Support and Services prior to Infor's acquisition of the company.
Ziad NejmeldeenSenior Vice President and Chief Scientist
Senior Vice President and Chief Scientist Ziad Nejmeldeen heads Infor Dynamic Science Labs.
A software veteran with a PhD in economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, he is responsible for leading Infor's team of scientists, mathematicians, engineers, and economists based in Cambridge, MA, who are using the power of predictive analytics to simplify the way organizations make decisions.
Prior to joining Infor in 2014, Nejmeldeen has served as science vice president at Quantum Retail, practice manager for the Oracle Retail Optimization Team, and Scientist at ProfitLogic. He has built a strong reputation for skillfully articulating complex problems and mathematical solutions, conveying insight and understanding to audiences outside the scientific community as well as within it.