For a couple of years Near Field Communications (NFC) has been pushed by Google and others as the next big thing for smartphones. There has been a lot said about the merits of consumer applications for NFC, including digital wallets and replacing some of Bluetooth. But what about applications in business—what role could NFC play there? Here at IFS we’ve been looking into just that.
How do you access enterprise software from mobile devices while doing maintenance work and other asset management activities?
It’s a question we recently asked executives at industrial companies with more than $50 million in annual revenue and have some involvement with enterprise software selection. We heard some surprising answers…
Today, international drilling contractors face a situation in which strong growth requires new ways of handling increased pressure on human resources, equipment utilization, and assets performance.
Perfection is not a word you hear very often in customer service. We encourage everyone in the team to always give 100% – or even more – in order to delight customers and deliver outstanding service experiences. And yet, we never use 100% as an objective to measure our business success.
In a recent study from Bloomberg Businessweek Research Services, 73 percent of decision-makers said that supply chain visibility that optimizes real-time data was becoming increasingly important. Put this together with another piece I read on five questions which CEOs should ask about their supply chain, and decision makers agree that…
No… and yes. After-market customer service is a critical component of long-term commercial and business success. And today more than two-thirds of employees work in the service sector. But, yes lots of time is wasted in the inefficient delivery of service. Let me explain.
In this post I want to share tangible and intangible mobility returns for two roles that are typical of any company; the sales executive and the project manager.
Lasting one extra day this year, the IFS World Conference delivers 24 more hours of networking and knowledge-sharing, and even more reasons to attend. Here are six of the best reasons why you should consider joining us this year…
IFS has released a new solution for inventory planning. Even though the solution is a brand new development it was heavily inspired by a product extension that had been offered to our Scandinavian customer base for over ten years. In order to be able to offer this product globally it was included as a part the core IFS Applications. As we included the extension into core we also made some major enhancements of the solution. The most significant being vastly improved performance.
Borg van Katwijk, Financial Director at Visser & Smit Marine Contracting said, “Our workforce is becoming increasingly mobile. By using business apps, such as IFS Notify Me, our employees are no longer required to be at their desks. IFS Notify Me enables them to approve purchase orders and invoices at any time and at any location—at home, at the office, or on the go. This boosts productivity and ensures up-to-date information in our central ERP system.