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Description & Requirements

The Infor Project Manager is responsible for the successful execution of cloud and on-premise ERP software implementation projects. You will need to understand customer project objectives and take ownership of Infor contractual requirements defined in the Statement of Work. You will manage resources assigned to fulfil those requirements using Infor’s implementation methodology, lead implementation planning, control project plan and overall execution, develop positive relationships with all project stakeholders creating a high level of customer satisfaction, and help the customer realize expected benefits.

The Infor Project Manager is responsible for the definition, approach, facilitation, and delivery of small to medium-scale projects (direct business impact and firm deadlines). As a guideline a small to medium scale project could range from $100k to $500k and unlikely to be multi-country/multi-vendor/multi-product.

As Project Manager you will be responsible for managing both the financial and delivery health of the project, including ownership of the contract and statement of work. You will also be required to ensure the effective implementation of appropriate levels of governance, considering the overall size, complexity and characteristics of the project.

Key Responsibilities:

  • ensure realistic project plans are developed and maintained during the project, ensuring regular and accurate communication amongst all stakeholders throughout,
  • ensure billable projects remain on schedule and within budget and deliverables are created to an agreed standard and accepted by the customer,
  • provide team leadership: building a team, motivating staff, aligning project requirements to resource competencies, delegating work assignments and monitoring performance,
  • coordinate the various disciplines required to deliver the project whilst maintaining a focus on quality, time, and scope,
  • identify, assess, and manage all key issues and risks as they arise during the project,
  • monitor project deliverables and progress through continuous communication with project members, anticipating disruptions and providing progress reporting,
  • own the project budget and maintain project financials and project profitability, to include resource scheduling, revenue forecasting per project, billing reconciliations, expense report and time approval for project work, etc.,
  • monitor compliance with agreed procedures, agreements, and guidelines regarding the operation of the ERP system,
  • act as the primary point of contact towards the client, manage customer expectations and ensure successful go lives and customer satisfaction,
  • adopt appropriate project management methods and tools whether predictive (plan-driven) or adaptive (iterative/agile) as circumstances dictate,
  • responsible for the agreed change control procedure,
  • assist, where applicable, in pre-sales engagements.

Key Skills:

  • proficiency in Project Management,
  • good knowledge of Project Management Tools,
  • project Planning and Control Techniques knowledge
  • proficiency in Financial and Risk Management
  • familiarity with Resource allocation,
  • Stakeholder Engagement,
  • Team dynamics knowledge,
  • mastering the German and English language is mandatory.

Knowledge and skills you bring to the organization:

  • bachelor's/masters degree and an relevant professional experience,
  • good knowledge of project management lifecycles and experience in project management, software implementation and/or consulting,
  • experienced with change management and project planning practice,
  • understanding of business environments and the interdependencies between business processes and information systems,
  • as part of your continuing professional development, you will be expected to participate in all necessary enablement, education, and certification programs,
  • ability to travel regionally, nationally, and internationally as required.

Infor Values:

Our Guiding Principles set the standard for how we work with one another. They define who we are as an organization and guide everything we do. By applying the same shared values that unleash prosperity in free societies—such as value creation, integrity, responsibility, free speech, and toleration—we encourage one another to take initiative and to challenge the status quo.


We have a relentless commitment to a culture based on a business philosophy called Market Based Management® (MBM®). Informed by the principles that allow a free and open society to flourish, MBM® prepares individuals to innovate, improve, and transform while fostering a healthy, growing organization that creates long-term value for its clients and supporters and fulfillment for its employees.