United States-August 07, 2023, 09:00 AM
Amalthea, Bozeman Health, Camatic Seating, Combilift, Kal Tire and Oliver Packaging recognized for disruptive technology leadership; public voting open through Sept. 1
Six Infor customers have been named finalists in the 13th-annual Constellation SuperNova Awards: Camatic Seating, Combilift, Bozeman Health, Kal Tire, Amalthea, and Oliver Packaging. The awards recognize individuals and teams that are prioritizing disruptive technology and transforming their organizations with digital initiatives. Out of 31 total finalists, six are Infor customers across multiple regions and industries.
The SuperNova Awards are presented by Constellation Research, a technology research and advisory firm. The judges, comprised of technology thought leaders and journalists, selected finalists who demonstrated success in implementing cutting-edge business models and emerging technologies for their organizations. Finalists achieved remarkable results, including competitive advantage, cost savings and quantifiable improvements in agility.
Public voting online is open now through Sept. 1. The winners will be announced at the SuperNova Awards Gala on Oct. 25 in Half Moon Bay, California, during Constellation’s Connected Enterprise conference.
Vote for these Infor customer finalists:
• Amalthea CFO Joris Aarts is a finalist in the AI and Augmented Humanity category. Amalthea is a goat cheese and CleardMilk producer in the Netherlands with customers in more than 35 countries. It uses Infor CloudSuite Food & Beverage and Infor Coleman AI.
Vote for Amalthea and read its disruptive tech success story.
• Bozeman Health’s Michael Mallett, supply chain director, is a finalist in the Digital Safety, Governance, and Privacy category. Bozeman Health is an integrated healthcare delivery system in southwest Montana. It uses Infor CloudSuite Healthcare and Infor Coleman AI and Digital Assistant.
Vote for Bozeman Health and read its disruptive tech success story.
• Camatic Seating’s Jamal Scase, planning and production control manager, is a finalist in the Next Generation Customer Experience category. Camatic Seating in Australia manufactures commercial and venue seating for some of the world's most iconic venues such as Wimbledon, Sydney Opera House, Pasadena Rose Bowl, and the Atlanta Olympic Games. It uses Infor CloudSuite Industrial Enterprise and Infor Coleman AI.
Vote for Camatic Seating and read its disruptive tech success story.
• Combilift’s Fearghal McCorriston, IT manager, is a finalist in the Next Generation Customer Experience category. Combilift is the largest global manufacturer of multi-directional forklifts and an acknowledged leader in long-load handling solutions. It uses Infor CloudSuite Industrial and Infor Coleman AI.
Vote for Combilift and read its disruptive tech success story.
• Kal Tire’s Mark Goode, director of business insights, is a finalist in the AI and Augmented Humanity category. Kal Tire is one of Canada’s largest independent tire dealers and one of North America’s largest commercial tire dealers. It uses Infor OS and Infor Coleman AI/Machine Learning.
Vote for Kal Tire and read its disruptive tech success story.
• Oliver Packaging & Equipment President Mitch Summerfield is a finalist in the Tech Optimization and Modernization category. Oliver Packaging is a leading designer and manufacturer of premium food equipment and meal packaging systems. It uses Infor CloudSuite Industrial with Infor Coleman AI.
Vote for Oliver Packaging and read its disruptive tech success story.
“Digital transformation is not enough,” said R “Ray” Wang, founder and CEO of Constellation Research. “The push to analytics, automation and AI brings business and technology leaders closer together. In this year of exponential efficiency, leading organizations have found ways to not only reduce costs, but also grow the top line. This year’s SuperNova Award finalists have shown best practices in achieving success while humanizing digital initiatives.”