- Functional Applications - Inventory Management Systems
- Functional Applications - Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES)
- Logistics & Transportation
- Product Research & Development
- Additive Manufacturing
- Supply Chain Visibility
Kitron, a manufacturing company, needed to stay up to date with the latest technology to compete in the market. They also wanted an ERP vendor that understood their industry and could integrate with other systems.
About The Customer
Kitron is an electronics manufacturing services company with clients in various industries such as offshore, medical technology, energy, and defense. They offer technical services like prototyping and test development.
Kitron chose IFS Applications as their ERP system, replacing 50 individual systems. They valued IFS's ability to integrate with other systems and their partnership approach.
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