IFS Applications 10 | IFS Engineering Summary/Features

IFS Engineering Summary/Features 

The IFS Engineering components make it easier for you to specify and configure design elements, products, assemblies and facilities. They ensure quality by streamlining your administration of all related documentation, including revisions. Everyone in your organization gets the information they need, enabling access to continuously updated data for technical, administrative, and financial decisions. Integration between purchasing, engineering, and manufacturing processes gives you a true cross-company picture.

IFS PDM Management

IFS PDM Configuration™ supports engineering design, configuration control, and follow-up of items and products. Advanced revision management capabilities help you comply with complex regulations. Its powerful “best-fit” search and copy functionality lets you reuse items and designs, making it easier to standardize products and parts.

IFS Engineering Change Management

IFS Engineering Change Management™ simplifies and speeds up your engineering change processes using change requests as well as change orders. It lets you receive, review, check, and approve changes before implementing change orders.

IFS Project Deliverables 

IFS Project Deliverables™ lets you coordinate complex deliveries throughout their lifecycles—from tendering, detailed design, procurement, manufacturing, and/or assembly to installation, testing, delivery, after-sale support, and maintenance.

IFS Asset Design 

IFS Asset DesignTM gives you powerful tools for supporting engineering processes and provides a framework that creates and maintains information about objects in plants, power grids, fiber-optic networks, and many other types of structures or facilities. You can directly import project information from suppliers and consultants. Tightly integrated with IFS Project and IFS Purchasing, it supports EPCI projects and material management efficiently. Together with IFS Maintenance, it provides complete asset lifecycle support, even for large revamp projects, without disrupting the maintenance processes.