KUALA LUMPUR, 20 JUNE 2011 - Enterprise business solutions firm IFS Solutions Malaysia has partnered engineering management provider Mcadskill Solutions to provide IT services and solutions to medium and enterprise companies in the oil & gas and engineering sectors.
IFS Solution president, Asia Pacific, Sridharan Arumugam, said one of the reasons for the partnership was Mcadskill's reputation and industry focus in the Malaysian market. "Our goal is to develop strategic alliances globally to produce the best value for our customers; we deliver end-to-end AGILE ERP [enterprise resource planning] solutions to our customers by working together with our partners who add value through systems integration and architecture and solutions management."
"With Malaysia's oil reserves being the third biggest in the Asia-Pacific region, we believe that up-to-date solutions across multiple disciplines are integral in driving the country's industrialised market economy led by the oil and gas industry," said Arumugam. "The Malaysia Petroleum Resources Corporation [MPRC] was recently set up to develop Malaysia as an oil and gas hub by 2017."
"The expanding ERP industry also covers service and asset management, manufacturing, supply chain, and projects to enable multinational and multi-subsidiary companies to manage their global business operations in real time," he said. "Mcadskill provides us with a broad variety of perspectives and attractive potential in our target markets because the company has established an excellent network within the oil & gas, engineering and project management environment."
"ERP solutions are an integral component of business operations for the future," said Mcadskill Solutions managing director, Vincent Tan Chi Kian. "The industry-specific solutions of IFS fit perfectly into our portfolio. We see particularly good market opportunities in the oil & gas and project orientated sector, which we now can jointly exploit. In this promising partnership, we expect major benefits from the global reach of IFS and its solutions."
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