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IFS Applications Achieves Oracle Exastack Optimized Status
At the IFS World Conference 2012 in Gothenburg, Sweden, it was interesting to notice that Microsoft was the diamond sponsor of the conference, while IBM and

linux navision client  Microsoft Windows, Unix, and Linux are supported OS platforms. During his keynote presentation, IFS CEO Alastair Sorbie said that IFS should facilitate rather than frustrate customers—he gave a sobering example of two major banks in the UK that recently had to abandon their merger because of their incompatible IT systems.   Especially interesting has been IFS’s long-standing relationship with Oracle. While the two companies keep on duking it out for ERP and field service management (FSM) deals,

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