The IFS solution will help Monadelphous improve operational efficiency on their projects, including those in the oil and gas industry.

IFS, the global enterprise applications company, announced that Monadelphous, a leading Australian engineering group, has implemented IFS Applications™ for Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) and Human Resources.

Monadelphous is a leading Australian engineering group providing construction, maintenance and industrial services to the resources, energy and infrastructure sectors. The company provides services for some of Australia’s biggest and most complex projects and facilities.

Monadelphous’ Executive General Manager, Maintenance and Industrial Services, Zoran Bebic, said the maintenance business was very pleased with the improvements IFS had delivered to date.

“IFS has improved enterprise asset management productivity through the provision of an innovative visual work packaging solution that supports pre-planning and execution activities on a major brownfield services contract,” he said.

“In addition, it has enhanced operational efficiency around human resources deployment by streamlining labour-intensive processes with an automated solution. The solution allows allocation and resource levelling of large pools of employees across multiple engagements, resulting in improved customer delivery along with greater employee utilisation and retention rates.”

“IFS and Monadelphous have a shared focus on resources, energy, and infrastructure,” said Rob Stummer, managing director for IFS in Australia and New Zealand. “Our track record in the global oil and gas industry, and delivering solutions to Australian engineering, construction, mining, and energy companies, is a great foundation for a lasting and innovative partnership with Monadelphous.”

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