IFS has announced that Servi Group, Norway’s largest producer of hydraulic equipment, has advanced its longstanding relationship with the company by moving to IFS Cloud to boost its operational efficiency.
Servi Group consists of eight locations in Norway and provides machines and hydraulics to the aquaculture, marine and offshore industry as well as defense and mainland industries.
Since 2001, Servi Group has been using IFS to support sales, manufacturing, procurement, finance, document management, quality assurance and service management and is now moving to IFS Cloud to add the latest functionality to its IFS portfolio.
Glenn Arnesen, president of IFS Northern and Central Europe, said: “Servi Group is a long-time partner of IFS and we are happy that they trust in us to continue to be their preferred technology partner. IFS Cloud was designed to offer manufacturing enterprises with complex businesses an uncomplicated way to become data-driven, improve decision-making, and, ultimately, deliver better Moments of Service to their customers. We look forward to continuing our successful collaboration with Servi Group as we implement a future-proof solution for sustainable and efficient manufacturing.”
Øyvind Hurrød, VP of digitalisation at Servi Group, added: “We are expecting considerable benefits with IFS Cloud. Not only will our employees be able to work more efficiently, but we may also be able to reduce the number of other systems, improve integration to other systems through RESTful APIs – so we have access to all information on one common platform. IFS is providing us with the ability to deliver on the Moment of Service to our customers, as we have all the historic data in the system, so we can quickly respond to all customer demands.”