IFS, the global enterprise applications company, has announced that FASYL, as a business partner for sub-Saharan Africa, will join the IFS Partner Network to empower more businesses across the African continent with leading business solutions from IFS. FASYL and IFS will work together to offer enterprise resource planning (ERP), enterprise asset management (EAM) and service management solutions to companies in asset- and product-centric sectors such as manufacturing and utilities.
FASYL currently operates in 11 countries in Africa: Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana, Kenya, Mauritius, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Tanzania, Tunisia, Zambia and Zimbabwe. It has extensive experience in implementing ERP systems for complex, multinational, multilingual organisations.
IFS customers in Africa will benefit from the industry expertise and technical skills on offer from FASYL, which has a fast-growing network of regional offices and a team of high-calibre industry experts to support clients as they use technology to transform their businesses.
Resources from FASYL will be certified through the IFS Academy, the official training and certification programme. They will be equipped with the skills and knowledge they need to ensure customers realise the most value from IFS Applications™.
Ademola Babalola, CEO at FASYL, said: “We are excited to work with IFS to implement robust ERP, operational intelligence and asset management solutions that help companies grow their businesses and optimise efficiencies. Along with IFS, we offer applications and services that enable organisations to achieve the agility to respond to a dynamic market, as well as to use resources in a way that delivers and achieves optimal business performance.”
Gawie van der Merwe, Managing Director of IFS South Africa added: “FASYL’s vertical specialisations and its commitment to service excellence are closely aligned with our plans to grow our presence in Africa. Together, we are well positioned to help African organisations implement high-quality end-to-end solutions that enable them to achieve their full potential.”