Saab has chosen to deploy IFS Global Extension while investing in additional user licenses in South Africa.
Saab has chosen to implement the IFS Global Extension solution to streamline the process of complying with local laws and regulations. IFS Global Extension enables Saab to manage legal compliance centrally, within the enterprise software suite IFS Applications, without local customizations. This will reduce time-consuming administrative tasks, costs and risks, IFS said in a press statement Tuesday.
“Global expansion and export control are two vitally important areas for Saab,” Saab CIO Mats Hultin said. “Using the IFS Global Extension will make it possible for us to continue to grow internationally and at the same time manage local financial compliance efficiently.”
In addition to the implementation of IFS Global Extension, Saab recently went live with 600 new IFS Applications 9 users at Saab in South Africa, bringing the total number of IFS users within the global Saab group to more than 13,000.
Saab has received a $16.8M order to provide the Sea Giraffe Agile Multi Beam (AMB), Multi-Mode Radar (MMR) for the US Navys newest Offshore Patrol Cutter (OPC)
Australias new frigates would be armed with Lockheed Martins Aegis combat management system together with a Saab Australia-developed tactical interface. Canberra in May revealed plans to build nine frigates, 12 new submarines and 12 offshore patrol vessels worth an estimated 89 billion Australian dollars ($70 billion)
Saab has signed a contract to provide a complete communications system on board the Royal New Zealand Navys future fleet replenishment vessel, HMNZS Aotearoa. The Royal New Zealand Navy (RNZN) has selected Saab to equip its new Maritime Sustainment Capability vessel, HMNZS Aotearoa
ARC Advisory Group has named IFS as leader in aerospace and defense Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) software for ninth consecutive year. IFS currently hold the largest portion of the global A&D Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) market, the research and advisory firm ARC Advisory Group stated
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 has acquired a Canadian firm Mxi Technologies Ltd, provider of integrated and intelligent maintenance management software solutions, under an agreement signed on Tuesday. The acquisition is expected to close during the first quarter of 2017
The United States DoD has revealed plans for a set of contractor cybersecurity standards that are scheduled to be implemented by January 2020, called the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification. Currently, companies supplying products and services to the US DOD must meet 110 security requirements or risk losing contract awards and new regulations are unlikely to be more lenient
The aerospace and defense technology company Calidus, based in Abu Dhabi, UAE, has selected IFS Applications as its core solution to manage key company operations and manufacturing projects. The IFS solution includes Finance, HR, Supply Chain, Project and Document Management modules to support the development of all major Calidus projects, including the manufacturing of the new B-250 light attack aircraft which is currently being unveiled at the Dubai Airshow, November 12th-16th, the Swedish firm IFS announced in a press release Tuesday
Saab has received a $13 million (SEK 104 million) order from the US Army for the shoulder-launched AT4CS RS (Confined Space Reduced Sensitivity) anti-armour weapon system. The delivery will take place in 2019
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