IFS is offering ever-more sophisticated solutions for easy management of the whole asset lifecycle and work scheduling. Here’s an insight into what comes next.Read More
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What do you need to know in order to be building information modeling (BIM) compliant? Do you need to invest…Read More
“The lamps are going out all over Europe,” said Foreign Secretary Sir Edward Grey as the UK stood on the…Read More
Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) is viewed as one of the key methods allowing maintenance engineers to do more with less at the same time as minimizing risk. RCM provides a greater understanding of the level of risk that an organization is currently managing, as well as supporting the establishment of capital maintenance regimes, thereby increasing cost effectiveness and equipment uptime. Implementing an RCM solution is not necessarily a complex or procedure – particularly if an organization follows seven easy steps…Read More
When the industrial revolution came to the paper manufacturing industry in the early 1900’s no one could have envisioned how…Read More
The mission of the Enterprise was to go where no one had gone before. Elements of any science fiction story…Read More
For a couple of years Near Field Communications (NFC) has been pushed by Google and others as the next big thing for smartphones. There has been a lot said about the merits of consumer applications for NFC, including digital wallets and replacing some of Bluetooth. But what about applications in business—what role could NFC play there? Here at IFS we’ve been looking into just that.Read More
How do you access enterprise software from mobile devices while doing maintenance work and other asset management activities?
It’s a question we recently asked executives at industrial companies with more than $50 million in annual revenue and have some involvement with enterprise software selection. We heard some surprising answers…Read More