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.
What’s the future or business, technology and IFS Applications specifically? Here’s a look into what’s next, and how IFS is investing to match that.
To control computers today, we stare at screens and touch things. Is that the future? Pranav Mistry doesn’t think so, and he’s working to change it.
This is one of a series of live blog posts directly from the site of the 2013 IFS World Conference in Barcelona. Business journalist Adam Tinworth is a veteran of Reed Business Information and a lecturer on digital journalism at City University in London. His first-hand impressions are accompanied by illustrations of Matthew Buck, cartoonist for Drawnalism. Julie…
In 2012 worldwide defence spending fell for the first time in a decade. The largest falls were in NATO nations – and there’s not much chance of that changing. Forces need to maintain their capability in that context. New equipment isn’t coming on stream, and thus older equipment is being use for longer – by necessity and design. What can technology do to help in this situation?
Babcock International is busy standardising its systems so that it can assimilate acquired companies more easily – and IFS is at the very core of their Marine One system.
The company that is now BW Offshore has been using IFS since 2004 to manage its offshore work. Here’s what it’s learnt over nearly a decade.
The last year has been a big year for IFS on mobile. Here’s what we’ve learnt – and what’s coming next.
We’re in a world of change, and you have a stark choice: be a disruptor or vein disrupted. Do you understand your company’s DNA enough to do that?