The 2018 World Conference is all but done – but we’re finishing on a growth mindset. Learn how IFS can support your business growth, how WorkWave can bring the IFS ethos to smaller companies, and how Kyocera is making the journey to servitization.
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Attacks by hackers are only getting worse – and more professional. GDPR is the first major government response to this. Business needs to get its house in order, and at IFS we take security very seriously.
You can make IFS Applications sing to your business’s tune without changing a single line of code, through harnessing custom objects. Here’s how.
Imagine trying to manage one-of-a-kind mining machinery miles underground, and wind turbine on hillsides or in the sea. Imagine an inventory of over 56 million parts. Well, IFS FSM managed it, and now Eickhoff are upgrading to FSM 5.7.
Technology doesn’t stand still, and neither do we. In this session, we hear the latest on AI from IFS labs; how user groups are help each other – and us – get better, and how Shawcor is trnafroming its approach to business.
We’re in an age of rolling waves of technologically-driven disruption. Which are the 10 emerging technologies with the biggest chance of impacting your business? Here’s our guesses.
The world of MRP has hit the buffers, literally. Stock buffers are critical to the new discipline of dean drive materials requirements planning – and it’s new in IFS Applications 10.
Maintenix has two decades of development behind it, but it’s new to IFS – and we’re developing it fast. Here’s how we’re getting aircraft assets back in the air, quickly, cheaply and safely.
Cloud is the future — but not for everyone. Are IFS cloud solutions right for your business — and what questions should you ask before you decide? He’s a rundown of the pros and cons of each option.
Good business planning depends on good business information. If you data lives in IFS, shouldn’t your planning live there , too? With IFS Applications 10, it can.