LONDON--()--IFS, the global enterprise applications company, announces that Portsmouth Water has chosen IFS Applications™ to support its mobile workforce, streamline service operations and optimise project and asset management efficiency.
“We chose IFS from a shortlist of three vendors because they have demonstrated that they clearly understand our industry and are committed to working in close partnership with us to deliver a successful project and a world class water infrastructure.”
Portsmouth Water provides high quality public water supplies to a domestic population exceeding 660,000, as well as many important industries, large defence establishments and varied commercial businesses. It was therefore imperative they chose a reliable software partner that would allow them to maintain their current high standards of customer service.
Asset management and project management are among the core IFS Applications modules that will be implemented by Portsmouth Water. The asset management and project control functionality will enable Portsmouth Water to continue to deliver on its mission to provide drinking water of the highest quality, combining high levels of customer service with excellent value for money. The IFS solution will help the company improve efficiency and effectively manage the lifecycle of their complex asset network.
Richard Keates, Project Manager—Works and Asset Management System, at Portsmouth Water said: “We chose IFS from a shortlist of three vendors because they have demonstrated that they clearly understand our industry and are committed to working in close partnership with us to deliver a successful project and a world class water infrastructure.”
Paul Massey, Managing Director, IFS Europe West commented: “We are very pleased to have the opportunity to work with Portsmouth Water and believe that IFS Applications will help them maintain their marketing-leading customer service levels and improve efficiency across their network. This new contract further reinforces our leading position within the global energy and utilities industry.”