Speed of business – and business transformation matters, says IDC’s Bob Parker. And Sauber’s Axel Kruse shows it matters in the business of F1 speed, in the closing keynote of the World Conference’s first day.
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Mobile workers and mobile processes don’t mean manual processes. Cedar Bay demoed their transactions for capturing end to end data right into IFS.
Most companies are just starting their journey to digitalizing their business. Here’s where you start – and where you’re going.
Antony Bourne Global Manufacturing Industry Director If I had a krona for every time anyone mentioned internet of things (IoT) or digital transformation at this conference, I’d be very rich. Is it all hype? No, but it’s not a single step. It’s a journey and evolution. It’s a gradual process and you can decide…
How do you get your maintenance team from being a bunch of fire-fighters to a world class proactive, innovative team? Through a profound culture change – and some help from IFS.
Liveblog of CEO Alistair Sorbie’s keynote at IFS World Conference 2016 in Göthenberg, Sweden.
A group of senior IFS executives answered questions from customers on stage. Here are their answers.
What’s the future of work and of our home lives? And how can they inform each other? David Andersson of IFS Labs explores…
Magnaflow is a high volume, high speed company, producing catalytic convertors in an expensive labour market. They need serious automation to survive where they are – and IFS provides it.
Cubic makes – and supports – the fare gates used by the world’s transport systems. To keep those cities moving, they use Metrix and 360 Scheduling to hits SLAs and keep the gates open.