Tele2 dials into IFS Cloud to enhance its 5G offering

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IFS has announced that Tele2, a Swedish integrated telecommunications services provider, is set to implement the latest version of IFS Cloud to improve its core operations and enhance more possibilities within its 5G offering.

Implementing IFS Cloud will support the simplification of processes across Tele2’s operations, thereby driving continuous automation. It provides a single operational view, giving the company more control over its business processes.

IFS Cloud also supports operational efficiency by enabling Tele2 to manage its entire value chain, all-in-one, including retail operations, supply chain with tight integration to third party logistic providers and finance with support for projects and services.

IFS’s combination of Telecom specific capabilities and composable platform helps communications service providers, infrastructure organizations and operators to manage the complete project, asset and service lifecycle. Existing telecom customers such as Eltel and Proximus are leveraging IFS’ capabilities to deliver differentiation and competitive advantage.

Additionally, Tele2 has also purchased IFS Success, a set of services that aid businesses succeed in uncertain times by following defined outcome based KPIs that secures the business transformation success.

Elni Kullmer, president, North and Central Europe, IFS, said: “Tele2 is aiming to build Sweden’s best 5G network while also executing on an IT transformation that will improve every step of the digital customer journey and experience. To do that, they will need to seamlessly scale their systems and differentiate their offering by branching out into new markets with 5G applications like drones, manufacturing, aerospace and transport. IFS can help guide them on their way because we have deep industry knowledge in many of these industries, together with the capability the need in IFS Cloud to make fast and agile cross-industry connections.”

Yogesh Malik, executive vice president CTIO, Tele2, said: “On our journey to becoming the leading telco in the Nordic and Baltic regions, we understand that business systems are extremely vital for the new digital age. Focusing on continuous simplification, automation and building a sustainable architecture, we are looking forward to partnering with IFS for the implementation of their latest solution.”