2017 March මස 15 වැනිදා Wednesday
High-tech manufacturer Dibal uses mobile capabilities of IFS Applications to speed up processes and improve customer service
Leading Spanish manufacturer of weighing and labelling solutions for the retail sector to implement IFS Applications to power international expansion
IFS, the global business applications company, announces that Spanish manufacturer Dibal has chosen to implement IFS Applications™ 9 to support mission-critical business processes and enhance its decision making.
Based in Spain and with subsidiaries in China, Mexico, and the UK, Dibal is a leading provider of weighing and labelling equipment for the retail and manufacturing industries. Its weighing solutions are used at all leading supermarkets in Spain, such as Mercadona, El Corte Inglés and Carrefour.
Following a comprehensive evaluation process that included competing solutions from vendors such as SAP, Infor, Sage, and Unit4, Dibal opted for IFS Applications.
Dibal chose IFS because of the solution’s comprehensive support of business-critical processes such as manufacturing, project management, invoicing, maintenance, supply chain management, analytics, and CRM. The solution will also empower Dibal’s workforce with innovative apps that let users manage invoices as well as purchase and sales orders from anywhere using smartphones or tablets.
“After analyzing more than five ERP solutions, we chose IFS Applications for its user friendliness and because it met all of our current and future requirements,” said Dibal Managing Director Javier Déniz. He continued, “Leveraging its end-to-end functional support, we are convinced that IFS Applications will help accelerate the international expansion of our company. Innovation is a cornerstone of our corporate strategy, and the pursuit of enhanced processes and products is always present throughout our organization. Our way of working requires high levels of flexibility and rapid response times. We believe that choosing IFS, a company that understands and shares this philosophy, will help us make vast headway in management, information transparency, and internal process efficiency.”
Gustavo Brito, Managing Director of IFS in Spain and Portugal, added, “We are pleased to be working with Dibal, which is a highly respected brand in the manufacturing industry. This customer further bolsters our position in the industry and in the region. We are excited about working closely with Dibal and our services partner Connectis to delivering a rapid and successful deployment project.”
Read more about how IFS supports high-tech manufacturers here: www.ifsworld.com/corp/industries/high-tech-manufacturing/.
Dibal is an expert company specialised in weighing and labelling solutions for the retail and manufacturing industries. Since 1985, it has been developing, manufacturing and selling retail scales and industrial weighing and labelling equipment, as well as software applications. As of today, more than 170 people work at Dibal to provide the best weighing and labelling solutions on the market. The company is customer-oriented and believes that innovation is the only way to provide the market with unique solutions that respond to users' needs while also adding value. Dibal is the Spanish market leader in retail scales, and one of the top companies worldwide, while more and more companies in the manufacturing industry are confiding in the company's expertise and experience.
For more information: www.dibal.com
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