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IFS AB and TCS partnership helps grow ERP in the digital transformation

IFS AB and TCS partnership helps grow ERP in the digital transformation

A new partnership between Tata Consultancy Services and ISF is leading to a major transformation in the field of Enterprise Resource planning. It is expected that the sector is expected to grow from USD 32.44 billion in 2017 to USD 49.03 billion by 2023 according to the recent reports.

Tata Consultancy Services recently stated that ERP is core to digital transformation and the company is partnering with IFS AB, which delivers enterprise software for customers around the world who manufacture anddistribute goods, maintain assets, and manage service-focused operations.

The managing partner of enterprise application services at Tata Consultancy Services LtdRahul Saha stated that they believe that the investments that IFS has made, and some of the unique last-mile solutions, are going to help the firm to deliver those different shaded offerings to the customer and create newer partnerships with them.

Michael Ouissi the Chief Customer Officer of IFS AB also said that “we share the same belief as well that actually the time of the monolithic ERP — one solution for a huge enterprise, those days are gone. I think it’s about blended solutions where the ERP will becomemuch more agile.”

This new partnership between ISF and TCS is going to bring a new change and transformation in the field of technology especially in Asia and the Asian sub-continent. This will also encourage other entrepreneurs and companies to invest big in ERP and other cloud computing services.



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