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CEO & Principal Analyst of Constellation Research, Inc. , previously a founding partner at Altimeter Group where he led the Enterprise Strategy team.  Ray authors the  popular enterprise software blog "A Software Insider's Point of View"., and his point of view is frequently sought by publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Business Week, Fortune, Inc., The Associated Press, CIO Magazine, Information Week, ComputerWorld, Financial Times, eWeek, CRM Magazine, IDG News, ZDNet, TechTarget, and Managing Automation. In both 2008 and 2009, Ray was recognized by the prestigious Institute of Industry Analyst Relations (IIAR) as the Analyst of the Year and in 2009 he was recognized as one of the most important analysts for Enteprise, SMB, and Software.

13 responses to “News Analysis: Charles Phillips Takes Over As CEO of Infor”

  1. The New Leadership Role of Infor’s Charles Phillips, CEO | Site Name

    [...] of its management. With a $2.2 billion in revenues, Infor takes on the new challenge of having Charles Phillips CEO position into a new responsibility he could perform well. Many are hopeful that this new step in [...]

  2. Infor’s Charles Phillips CEO : New Year, New Leader, New innovations | Online Shopping

    [...] than Charles Phillips. He is a former Oracle leader whose global expansion garnered him the title Charles Phillips CEO at Infor. Many believed, especially infor’s chairman Jim Schaper that Charles’ knowledge on [...]

  3. In Keeping up with Today’s Software Needs, Say Hello to Charles Phillips CEO for Infor |

    [...] continue to execute great effort to remain where they are. When Oracle bid goodbye, Infor welcomed Charles Phillips CEO of the company. The new partnership with Phillips is a promising move for Infor as it strives to be [...]

  4. Charles Phillips CEO at Infor Looks Into Actions, Results and Global Success | Online Shopping

    [...] global economic downturn, Infor proved to be at the top its game when it signed Charles Phillips CEO of the company. The various contribution of Phillips at Oracle gave Jim Schaper, Infor’s [...]

  5. Charles Phillips CEO Taking its Lead | Creative Economy

    [...] Charles Phillips CEO appointed of Infor, stirs excitement and anticipation among its other key officers and employees.  With his caliber and achievements, he could take the entire corporation up to its next level of progress.  Prior to his appointment, Infor has already been on top of its industry.  It has racked in $2 billion worth of revenue and served 70,000 customers.  His addition to the company will influence the growth and improvement on its public relations and in bringing the company closer to the hearts of its customers.  His arrival has never been so timely, with the release of new set of applications for the coming year will affirm his outstanding strategic analysis that could drive heights for the company.  One of the conveyed intentions of the company is to collaborate with Microsoft Technologies in some of its applications. : Innovation : Charles Phillips CEO [...]

  6. Infor Now has Charles Phillips CEO « Business Asia Titanium

    [...] had announced that they now have Charles Phillips, CEO that used to work for Oracle as the company’s co-president. He got the job with Infor just six [...]

  7. From Oracle now to Infor: Charles Phillips CEO | Business Nxbygg

    [...] gave his position to Charles Phillips CEO, but Jim will continue to be the Chairman of the Board while Charles earned his spot as a member of [...]

  8. Charles Phillips, CEO of Infor « Armistead Project Business

    [...] wanted to get him for Infor. And that’s what he did. He gave his position to make way for Charles Phillips, CEO of Infor. He also gave him a spot as a board member for the company while Jim retains his position [...]

  9. Charles Phillips, CEO of Infor and Former Co-President of Oracle | Business Studio

    [...] arrival of Charles Phillips, CEO for Infor came at the best time. It was just a month away from the planned shipment for their [...]

  10. The Success of Charles Phillips, CEO | Business Management Otium Ravenna

    [...] Charles Phillips, CEO of Infor has a lot of things to do for the company. A multi- billion-dollar company dollar company such as Infor would need his expertise if they want to soar even higher. Jim and Charles will create a much better company that has 8,000 employees and still growing. Charles is known for acquiring big companies for Oracle in the past such as his acquisition for PeopleSoft, with Infor he will be expected to acquire more companies for Infor and will help when it will plan to go public. The name Charles Phillips, CEO rings a bell to people in the industry. That’s because his name is already a brand of its own. Aside from his seven-year success with Oracle, he was with Morgan Stanley working as their Managing Director for their software sector. Prior to that, he also worked in Wall Street and was also a Captain at the U.S. Marine Corps. He has a good education too after finishing a degree in Computer Science from the US Air Force Academy and a JD from the NY Law School. He also finished his Masters in Business Administration from Hampton University. So with his terrific background from his education to all his previous work, there is much expected of him from Infor. [...]

  11. Charles Phillips CEO Gains Confidence from Infor |

    [...] could not think of anyone else who could take his place that has as much experience and skill as Charles Phillips CEO. He even stated that Mr. Phillips would be a ticket to the next stage of development for the [...]

  12. Charles Phillips CEO Receives Encouragement for Leading Infor | Online Business & Finance Services | Jobs & Career

    [...] performance of Charles Phillips CEO has already been seen with the way Oracle grew for more than 7 years, ever since Mr. Phillips [...]

  13. Reviewing a Charles Phillips affair: Remaking an ERP vendor in a year | A Culture of Speed

    [...] Charles Phillips, inward affairs at the firm were in need of a widened perspective. A recent interview by CIO.com had Mr. Phillips [...]

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