IFS Applications 9 launched at IFS World Conference 2015

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IFS, the global enterprise applications company, has launched IFS Applications 9, the new core version of its extended enterprise applications suite. 
IFS Applications 9 delivers customers true business agility by bringing them closer to their business and by providing them with the flexibility to capitalize on change. This is thanks to innovations in user experience, new features, enhanced configurability, and a new layered application architecture. 
“We are very proud to present IFS Applications 9, which brings a large number of new features, a fantastic user experience, and over 500 enhancements to new and existing customers,” said Thomas Säld, SVP of Research & Development at IFS. 
“Promoting business agility has been our guiding principle during the development phase, which means major investments in areas such as a better solution fit for the industries we serve, creating insight through visualization, collaborative tools, user configurability, and layered application architecture, among many others. Combined with flexible deployment models, IFS Applications 9 is uniquely positioned to help companies capitalize on the pace of change in global business.” 
IFS Applications 9 has been deployed through an early adopter program with five  customers who have been testing and providing feedback on the system for more than a year. Representing a wide spread of industries and geographies, the early adopters are Beijer Electronics, Kimal, Spang Magnetics, VBMS, and Servi Group.

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