Why IFS Financials is the Backbone of ERP

Why IFS Financials is the Heart of IFS ERP

The modular approach taken by IFS ERP is designed to provide its users with all the tools needed without drowning them in options that aren’t relevant to their business. One of the modules that get the most use, and the most attention is, of course, IFS Financials. So, what puts this system at the heart of IFS ERP?


The Benefits of IFS Financials

For any business, tracking incoming and outgoing money is absolutely fundamental. IFS Financials has been built to handle complex situations involving international commerce, multiple business partners and much much more.

IFS Financials obviously integrates seamlessly with other IFS modules, giving it the advantage over even ‘best in breed’ financial solutions without the same level of integration. Automated API feeds allow all your IFS modules to share, update, report on and use data wherever it enters the system.

To truly make the most of an IFS implementation, you’ll need an experienced team to both set it up and introduce its use into your ongoing business. IFS consultants, analysts, and developers all have a role to play in these processes. What skills should you be looking for when advertising for these roles?

That’s something we can’t give a one-size-fits-all answer on. As part of the IFS team at IT Works Recruitment, though, I’m used to new clients raising the question ‘who do I actually need?’.

IT Works Recruitment  

With years of ERP recruitment experience under our belts working with clients from various sized organisations as well as different industries, we advise based on the experience and knowledge we have of the market. During consultations with clients, we’re able to get to the bottom of the specific skills and experiences you most need; when combined with our knowledge of the market, this means we know exactly who to talk to first when looking for the talent right for you.

To get this process started, reach out today.​