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Industrial manufacturing ERP is changing. As manufacturing becomes more project-based, ERP is evolving into true project ERP software. More industrial manufacturers every year are involved in complex, order-driven modes like engineer-to-order (ETO) and increasing need to differentiate themselves in a global marketplace. IFS Applications, with its strong, embedded project management and document management functionality is ideal for industrial manufacturers including:
Seamless engagement between IFS and the customer is a major success factor in the outcome of an ERP system upgrade. This characterizes the way in which IFS and Spang & Company worked together to help this key customer enjoy immediate benefits from some of the new functions and features in IFS Applications 9.
Improved employee productivity, lower costs and greater profitability are three measurable benefits from deploying with IFS Applications.
IFS Applications’ inherent flexibility, based on a robust technical platform, leaves its industry users ready to respond to market and technology changes that can’t as yet be fully anticipated.
IFS Applications includes solutions for enterprise asset management (EAM), product lifecycle management (PLM), and customer relationship management (CRM). In addition, IFS Project, IFS Document, and IFS Quality Management are themselves substantial solutions.
For industrial manufacturers with needs for multi-mode, multi-language, multi-country enterprise capabilities, IFS Applications is a platform for achieving meaningful change that can support new products, services and channels.
Enterprise asset management in IFS Applications combines calendar-based maintenance with event-based, condition-based and predictive maintenance strategies. Mobility solutions capture work orders, fault reports, routes and report times, spare parts and measurements on equipment—wherever you are. You will benefit from IFS’ lifecycle management solution, for integration and management of three critical business areas—products, customers and resources—from concept ideation through obsolescence.
Fueled by digital transformation, the Internet of Things is set to drive growth and innovation for businesses in 2020. This white paper reviews IDC’s research and discusses predictions for the future.
Most enterprise resource planning (ERP) software was not designed for a project-oriented environment like engineer-to-order (ETO). How do the needs of ETO manufacturers differ from more traditional manufacturers? And how can an ETO manufacturer select software that meets their needs?