Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) software provider IFS Ultimo and global Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), EAM and Field Service Management (FSM) solutions provider for asset intensive industries Envecon, have entered into a new partnership.
Through this partnership, Envecon will act as a new global channel partner for IFS Ultimo. By adding IFS Ultimo’s EAM cloud platform to its portfolio, Envecon can provide customers with a best of breed EAM solution to optimise maintenance and safety. For IFS Ultimo, this partnership marks a new step in its internationalisation strategy.
This partnership offers asset intensive companies in APAC, EMEA and the USA the opportunity to benefit from IFS Ultimo’s flexible EAM solution that offers a fast time to value. The cooperation will first focus on transport and logistics, and manufacturing companies in the Middle East. Envecon and IFS Ultimo’s strong experience in ports and transport terminals gives customers in this vertical, that are having challenges in the field of asset management, maintenance and safety, accessibility to a wide range of insights and expertise.
Vincent Elfring, Senior VP Transport & Logistics at Envecon, said: “This partnership gives us an opportunity to increase our market share and work closely in collaboration with the core EAM specialists at IFS Ultimo who have already provided us with access to a best-in-class enablement and support programs. We look forward to working together with the skilled team to cater to a wider range of customers who are focused on EAM capabilities.”
Freddy Vos, VP International Sales and Channel at IFS Ultimo, added: “This partnership is beneficial for both IFS Ultimo and Envecon, as well as for both of our customers. We especially see a lot of potential for those in the ports and transport terminals sectors. Having specialized knowledge and customers already in the field of logistics and transportation, we are thrilled to be working collaboratively with Envecon to expand our services further with the support of its local market specialists.”