Sveba Dahlen successfully upgrades to IFS Applications 10
IFS Applications 10 has been designed to provide a single complete ERP solution for global organizations. Unlike competitive offerings that are too often generic, IFS Applications 10 provides industry-specific functionality that enables customers to create a competitive advantage. Based on the results of a pre-project, Sveba Dahlen concluded that they wanted to upgrade to the newest version of IFS Applications.
“During the pre-project, it became clear that we would greatly benefit from the new functionality in IFS Applications 10. We identified that it would support our business processes more accurately and ultimately improve the services to our customers and suppliers.” said Marcus Nilsson, CIO at Sveba Dahlen.
A Proof-Of-Value analysis was committed by the executive management team at Sveba Dahlen and Addovation. Together they defined the project approach, business opportunities and the roadmap ahead. A project team was appointed and the project started with full effect in May 2019.
“Since we were running an older version of IFS Applications, we were happy to have Addovation on our side. We decided to partner up with Addovation because of their broad and deep ERP knowledge. We feel that we have found a long term partner that can support our current and future ERP needs” continued Marcus Nilsson.
The bakery equipment manufacturer went live with IFS Applications 10 in October 2019, and they are now full steam ahead into the future, strengthening their position is market.
“We are very pleased with the result, and impressed with the way Addovation assisted us with the upgrade and understood our business needs. We are now ready for future enhancements and business initiatives,” concluded Marcus Nilsson.
Project Manager from Addovation, Jonas Axelsson Blad is happy with the result. “Together with Sveba Dahlen’s team and our experts, I am pleased that we have met the customer’s expectations. We are really excited to continuing our partnership with Sveba Dahlen.”