1. Any representative from the business applications development company Infor who is provided and or hired by a client to guide, train, or assist in the planning, installation, deployment, or configuration. An inforon must exhibit a combination of the following characteristics:
Inability or Unwillingness to listen to or act on the requests of the client.
Lack of training or lack of ability to learn the finer (or greater) details of how their software works.
Lack of training or lack of ability to apply to concepts and methodologies of their product to a real world environment.
Are unable to think outside the box
Are unaware that they are even in "the box"
Come in late due to being compelled to appear in court as a defendant
More often leave questions unanswered than not
May try and claim that under the laws of linear algebra 2+2=5
Try to convince you that they know how to run your company better than you do
Are not sure how to buy a mop
I asked our inforon how to buy a mop with their software, he said he wasn't sure but would make some calls to see if he can find out.