G7 Aerospace has now become part of IFS Partner Network to deliver IFS Applications to aviation and defense enterprises in Malaysia.
The company, which provides solutions to the Malaysian military and the commercial aerospace industry will market and support IFS Applications to aviation and defense (A&D) organizations across Malaysia.
IFS the global enterprise applications company has announced Tuesday that the G7 Aerospace Sdn Bhd, an enterprise solutions provider to the A&D sector in Malaysia, has joined the IFS Partner Network.
The company registered under the Malaysian Ministry of Finance, provides a broad spectrum of high-quality defense, law enforcement and commercial aerospace software solutions and services to their customers.
The current G7 portfolio supports areas such as supply chain management, maintenance repair and overhaul (MRO), technical consultancy services, and training.
IFS Applications offers enterprise asset management (EAM), enterprise resource planning (ERP) and MRO capabilities to support a range of industries, including aviation and defense.
The IFS industry solution will help Malaysian A&D customers streamline asset-intensive operations to keep pace with the defense environment and booming commercial aviation sector.
“G7 believes in smart alliances and growing our portfolio by working closely with our partners,” said Datuk Rosdi Mahmud, Executive Director, G7 Aerospace Sdn Bhd.
“By collaborating with IFS, we will be able to leverage enterprise applications suite to help optimize our customers’ mission-critical business processes, while expanding our footprint in the Malaysian A&D industry.” Mahmud added.
Sridharan Arumugam, Vice President for IFS in Southeast Asia, said, “The partnership with G7 Aerospace is further proof of the strong momentum IFS has seen in the aviation and defense sector in Malaysia and the wider Asia-Pacific region.
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