UK electronics company chooses IFS Applications to integrate its global supply chain and improve customer service

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IFS, a global enterprise applications company, has announced that a leading manufacturer and developer of electronic equipment, has signed a contract worth US $ 3 million to implement IFS Applications 7 business software.

IFS Applications will enable the organisation to integrate its distributed supply chain using the comprehensive IFS supply chain capabilities resulting in improved sales and customer service.

The high-tech industry is one of IFS targeted vertical markets. IFS offers industry-specific solutions for companies in the electronic equipment, electronic component, and semiconductor industries. These solutions support all business processes, from design and mixed-mode manufacturing to after-sales support and warranty management.

IFS high-tech customers include Rockwell Automation, NEC Philips Unified Solutions, NEC, SiRF, Maxon Motor, Kontron, and Olympus Optical.


About IFS

IFS (OMXS: IFS), the global enterprise applications company, provides ERP solutions which enable organizations to respond quickly to market changes. The solutions allow resources to be used in a more agile way to achieve better business performance and competitive advantage.

Founded in 1983, IFS has 2,600 employees worldwide. With IFS Applications, now in its seventh generation, IFS has pioneered component-based ERP software. The component architecture provides solutions that are easier to implement, run and upgrade. IFS Applications is available in 54 countries in 22 languages.

IFS has over 600,000 users across seven key vertical sectors: aerospace & defense; automotive; high-tech; industrial manufacturing; process industries; construction, contracting & service management; and utilities & telecom. IFS Applications provides extended ERP functionality, including CRM, SCM, PLM, CPM, enterprise asset management, and MRO capabilities.

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