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Inforum 2018 – Join Anthony Fonseka and get your head around Infor Mongoose customization concepts

August 10, 2018

Need to customize your application more efficiently while maintaining standards, consistency, and reusability?

Learn how to reduce your development cycle time and eliminate errors by using Infor Mongoose inheritance features.

Attend the ‘Customization Tips and Tricks’ session at Inforum 2018 and meet Anthony Fonseka, Senior Learning Consultant for CloudSuite Industrial will show you how to eliminate duplication of effort and customize your solution more efficiently while maintaining standards, consistency, and reusability.

Sign up now:

CSI-850T – Tips & Tricks: Using component classes and inheritance in CloudSuite Industrial

If you are a CloudSuite Industrial Systems Administrator/Developer, your probably wondering about customization concepts within the Mongoose framework but you might have encountered some difficulty wrapping your head around what you need? During this session, Anthony will help you figure out your needs, and alleviate some of the frustrations of trying to customize the application while maintaining integrity. The goal of this short training will be to find the ideal solution for you and reduce headaches.

As we all know, Knowledge is power, and you are just a session away in achieving that goal.

About Anthony Fonseka:

Tony Fonseka | Senior Learning Consultant, Infor
Tony was a SyteLine technical user for 10 years. He joined the company and Education department in 2015 and teaches our technical topics.


To learn more about Infor Education at Inforum 2018, visit the Inforum Homepage

Register now for Inforum 2018
Regular rate: $ 1,695




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