IFS (http://www.ifsworld.com/), the global enterprise applications company, announces that Japanese company NEC Corporation (http://www.nec.com/), a leading provider of IT integration and network technologies, has implemented IFS Applications™ as the manufacturing (http://www.ifsworld.com/en/solutions/manufacturing/) system for its System Platform Business Unit. The implementation marks the first step of NEC’s plan to roll out the solution to additional business units. With net sales of
The IFS solution offers robust product lifecycle management (PLM) functionality to support all product development information, including design, specification, and bills of materials (BOM). The system also helps visualize quality, cost and delivery throughout the company while ensuring increased efficiency and earnings.
“We selected IFS Applications because of its pull-manufacturing functionality, which makes it possible to produce products based on customers’ delivery time,” NEC Senior Manager of Manufacturing and Process Industries Solutions Development Division, Enterprise Business Unit Mr.
“We are happy to announce yet another rapid and on-time implementation,” IFS Japan Managing Director
In addition to being an IFS customer, NEC is also an important technology partner. Since 1998, the companies have worked on a number of joint development projects, most recently producing an extension for the food and beverage industry (http://blogs.ifsworld.com/2013/06/ifs-and -nec-serving-up-success-the-new-food-beverage-extension-2/).
The high-tech industry is one of IFS’s targeted vertical markets. IFS offers industry-specific solutions for companies in the electronic equipment, electronic component and semiconductor industries. These solutions support all business processes from design and mixed-mode manufacturing to after-sales support and warranty management. IFS’s high -tech customers include Eltek,
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