Despite the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, surveys suggest customers are investing more in digital transformation. Michael Ouissi of IFS examines why.
Successful software implementations were never just about the technology. the pandemic brought this reality into sharp focus. This is what we saw.
The sudden need to work remotely has brought the people skills of HR to the fore. IFS Chief People and Culture Officer Jane Keith shares some tips on managing through uncertain times
Engine maker Rolls-Royce is known as a leader in servitization. Nick Ward from Rolls-Royce explains the 'Blue Data Thread' behind IntelligentEngine, its next chapter
Enterprise software is changing, becoming a 'digital twin' that maps your business and helps you choose the best route, writes Christian Pedersen of IFS
Speaking at a recent IFS event, Morten Fon, CEO of global paint company Jotun, describes how two forms of digitalization are evolving its core business
Last year, IFS made the same move it urges its customers to make - adopting its latest cloud ERP platform. CDIO Sal Laher reviews the lessons learned
Buying out-of-the-box software gets you started faster, but can you still differentiate? Choose well and you can gain a two-year advantage, writes IFS CEO Darren Roos
The focus on ERP go-lives misses the point. There is no ‘go’ button. Successful ERP is about the art of change. Here's what Matt Smith of IFS has learned on achieving ERP business goals.
The days of rolling out a software solution just once and then leaving it alone are over - the real value is realized from ongoing change, writes Michael Ouissi of IFS
Modern ERP isn't about a finish line - it's about embracing a culture of change. IFS Chief People and Culture Officer Jane Keith experienced this firsthand during IFS's own internal ERP project. Here's four key takeaways.
On your digital transformation journey, building trust with your enterprise software partner is essential to creating real business value, writes IFS CEO Darren Roos