IFS, the global enterprise applications company, has announced that Tunstall, provider of digital health & care solutions, has selected IFS Applications as its enterprise resource planning (ERP) system of record.
Established in the UK in 1957, Tunstall has grown to become a global organization and the market-leading provider of innovation-led digital health & care solutions. To keep up with global demand, the company is looking to replace its existing landscape of disparate business systems with a unified enterprise suite capable of supporting the entire organization.
Following a thorough evaluation process, involving a number of major ERP vendors, Tunstall selected IFS Applications to unify its business processes. Delivered as an IFS Managed Cloud service, IFS Applications will allow Tunstall to improve process efficiency in all business areas, from CRM and HR to project management, manufacturing, and service management. The IFS solution will be integrated with existing development, call center and Tunstall developed solutions, and rolled out to users across Europe, Asia Pacific and Canada.
“What motivated us to choose IFS Applications was the solution’s functional breadth as well as the talented teams of people behind the technology,” said Tunstall CIO/CTO Lance Kenworthy. “Our current collection of non-integrated legacy solutions no longer fully support our business processes and provide the real-time business insights to drive our strategic direction. We need a single version of the truth, delivered on-demand from a single, state-of-the-art ERP platform. This is exactly what IFS will deliver to our global organization.”
Alan Laing, IFS Managing Director, UK & Ireland, added, “We specialize in helping innovators like Tunstall become more efficient and effective by providing solutions that offer a joined-up view of the business, from HR to customer service. Taking advantage of our problem-solving technology and deep industry expertise, we look forward to helping Tunstall reinforce its leading position in the digital health and care sector.”