IFS Enterprise Asset Management is a part of the IFS Applications ERP solution, which is capable of handling complete control of assets and other organizational needs. The solution includes not only maintenance scheduling and work orders, but users can add additional modules such as human resources, purchasing, risk management, finance, document management and more to support the entire asset lifecycle. IFS manages assets with its equipment repository, preventive maintenance, condition based maintenance, measurement management, RCM, spare part management and shut down preparation.
About the Company
IFS develops and delivers enterprise software for customers around the world who manufacture and distribute goods, maintain assets, and manage service-focused operations. The industry expertise of the company’s people and solutions, together with commitment to their customers, has made IFS a recognized leader and the most recommended supplier in their sector. The IFS team of 3,500 employees supports more than one million users worldwide from a network of local offices and through their growing ecosystem of partners. For more information, visit: IFSworld.com.
IFS Enterprise Asset Management Key Features
Supports the entire asset lifecycle
Part of a complete enterprise suite including financials, project management, and workforce management
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