IFS adds four more partners to UK reseller list

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Four new UK partners have joined IFS's Partner Network, helping to grow the company's footprint here.

Anthesis, Cedar Bay, Cooper Software and MASS will all be helping IFS distribute its services around the country, aiding businesses to become more digitally aware with their ERP solutions.

Becoming a partner offers a range of benefits including IFS training, certifications and sales resources through the IFS Academy, with the support each needs to increase their expertise when implementing solutions for customers.

The resellers will also be focused to offer IFS's services in a wider variety of industries, with defence, government, aerospace, education and SMEs top of the priority list.

“We are continuously looking at how we can work with partners to deliver the best possible solution to our customers across the UK, while helping them to be successful and to meet their increasingly complex demands," Paul Massey, Managing Director of IFS Europe West said.

"Recognising the commitment that each of our new partners show in terms of service, value, and professionalism, and their focus on helping customers leverage IFS solutions to transform their business, we are delighted to now formalize these four relationships."

Cooper Software has been working closely with IFS for more than ten years, but this latest move means it will be able to enhance the service it provides its customers.

"Extending our partnership from services partner to a channel partner of IFS Applications is the logical next step for us and one which we are excited to take," Cooper Software managing director, Frank Cooper, said.

"We see IFS as the ideal growth partner for Cooper Software and we look forward to working closely together to strengthen our product and service lines as we look to expand our IFS footprint.”

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