Catalyst for growth and efficiency
Respond to customers' demands faster and more profitably, and meet the increased burden of regulatory governance with Infor Chemicals. With this purpose-built set of applications, you can better solve the unique challenges of your industry that legacy ERP solutions can't serve—challenges such as the planning of co-products and by-products, formula optimization, seasonality, attribute costing, regulatory compliance, and quality.
Bring products to market faster while meeting regulatory requirements and satisfying consumer demands.
Get deep functionality for specialized needs, from planning of co-products and by-products, to formula matching and optimization, attribute costing, and more.
Increase efficiency with a consumer-inspired user interface that’s designed to deliver a superior experience
Chemical Industry in Indonesia growing fastly in the same direction with the number of Indonesian population growth. The chemical industry is involved in the production of chemicals. This industry regulates petrochemicals, agrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, polymers, cats, and oleochemistry. This industry uses chemical processes, including chemical reactions to form new substances, determined based on properties such as solubility or ion charge, distillation, heat transformation, and other methods. The product for the chemical sector is chemistry basic such as polymers, petrochemicals and derivatives, inorganic chemicals, and fertilizers. The second product is chemical science, Chemical science includes various chemical and biological derivatives, drugs, diagnostics, animal health products, vitamins, and pesticides. Even though the volume is very small, the price is very high. These scientific products are generally produced with very high specifications and are supervised by the government. Pesticides also included in this category also include herbicides, insecticides, and fungicides. The next product is household products include soap, detergent and cosmetics. Consumers generally rarely come into direct contact with basic chemicals but polymers and some special chemicals they can find in everyday life, such as plastics, cleaning agents, cosmetics, paints and coatings, electronic goods, automobiles and other materials. These special chemical products are marketed by chemical companies to manufactured goods companies, whose products are usually pesticides, polymers, electronic chemicals, surfactants, construction chemicals, industrial cleaning materials, aroma compounds, coatings, food additives, paper chemistry, oil chemistry , paper adhesives, adhesives, cosmetics, water treatment, catalysts and textile chemicals. These products are rarely sold directly to consumers.