Why IFS technology is differential

The value of technology lies in the way it helps to improve the management of your company. IFS allows you to increase the efficiency of the company’s processes through process modelling tools integrated with the applications and business intelligence that links the management Kpi’s with the progress of these processes.
With an efficient layer-based architecture (LAA), IFS customers forget about version migration processes, there are two simple annual updates, and our customers’ solutions are continuously updated.
It helps to achieve rapid benefit by including machine learning based automation, for FSM service solutions, or including decision making based on management simulation.
In addition to driving digital transformation in its management base, IFS includes application services to integrate and manage augmented reality, artificial intelligence, IoT, resource use optimization, digital twins and other leading technologies.
Today, with a technological leap accelerated by the Covid, from the ERP solution can propose a different way to manage the processes of the company, IFS provides a modular model that with intelligence includes certain information and provides it in a way that makes it more efficient management and decision making. Any system can have the information listed below, but the value is to have it all as a whole and be easily accessible.

Cloud IFS Strategy

When it comes to adopting IFS, we follow their principles in that we are committed to these principles of choice, parity and openness.

  • The choice of whether to run in the cloud, from IFS to “self-host”, i.e. operate things yourself or have a third party like Antalis operate the software. And the choice of whether you want an all-inclusive, OpEx-only, SaaS service, or whether you want to have a license for the application.
  • The parity in that the solution you get from the IFS cloud is not reduced in capacity, but also, in that new functionality and innovations are not only made available to those running in the cloud, but also to those running on-premise, either as something is connected in a hybrid way.
  • Portability to be able to go from the facilities to the cloud, and from the cloud to the cloud and vice versa, something that should not be ignored as we can never completely predict how conditions and regulations may change in the future.