IFS Radio Network
IFS Radio Network is an award-winning podcast from IFS, a globally recognized leader in developing and delivering enterprise software for customers around the world who manufacture and distribute goods, maintain assets, and manage service-focused operations. Join your hosts, Antony Bourne and Anders Lundin, as they interview highly-experienced, world-leading business experts, each bringing their unique perspectives and insights, and discussing business technology and software trends, management ideas and industry-specific issues. Read more at www.IFSWORLD.com.

We hear the term “Digital Transformation” being talked about quite a bit by the press. It’s something that is affecting companies in every industry, regardless of geographic location or industry. But what exactly does it mean for companies in the oil and gas industry? Who is responsible for it? How will it impact the industry?

IFS Radio Network host, Antony Bourne, sits down with the IFS Global Industry Director for Oil & Gas, Knut Møystad, to discuss digital transformation and what it means for the oil and gas industry.

Direct download: IFS_Radio_Network_2016-07_Digital_Transformation_Oil__Gas.mp3
Category:Technology -- posted at: 4:44pm UTC

Digital transformation as a whole is impacting every industry, every business, worldwide. Its impact on business includes new opportunities, new challenges and unbelievable benefits. For service providers, in particular, customers are benefitting as well. With each passing day, the service provider industry is providing better, faster and more automated service to their customers—and digital transformation has a lot to do it.

IFS Radio Network host, Antony Bourne, sits down with IFS Industry Director of Enterprise Service Management, Tom Bowe, to discuss digital transformation and what it means for the service provider industry.

Direct download: IFS_Radio_Network_2016-07_Digital_Transformation_Service_Providers.mp3
Category:Technology -- posted at: 5:57pm UTC

As an industry, aerospace and defense (A&D) is no stranger to technology trends. For many years, A&D companies have embraced and taken advantage of new, innovative technologies such as 3D printing, wearable tech and virtual reality devices. Digital transformation, however, stretches far beyond new tech and into the heart of business strategies.

IFS Radio Network host, Antony Bourne, sits down with IFS’s Global Industry Director for the Aerospace and Defense Center of Excellence, Graham Grose, to discuss digital transformation and what it means for the aerospace and defense industry.

Direct download: IFS_Radio_Network_2016-07_Digital_Transformation_Aerospace__Defense.mp3
Category:Technology -- posted at: 6:15pm UTC

The use of new digital technologies in the industrial manufacturing industry is not new. In fact, manufacturers have been users of digital technologies for years. However, the term “digital transformation” is relatively new to the industry.

IFS Radio Network host, Anders Lundin, sits down with IFS’s Global Industry Director for Industrial Manufacturing, Antony Bourne, to discuss digital transformation and what it means for the industrial manufacturing industry.

Direct download: IFS_Radio_Network_2016-06_Digital_Transformation_Ind_Mfg.mp3
Category:Technology -- posted at: 1:04am UTC

Digital transformation—this the trend we are hearing about more each day. Buzz words like the internet of things (IoT), building information modeling (BIM) and digital construction are all related to digital transformation, too. This phenomenon has already begun transforming the construction, contracting and infrastructure industry and it will continue to do so more rapidly over the next few years.

IFS Radio Network host, Antony Bourne, sits down with IFS’s Global Industry Director for Construction & Contracting, Kenny Ingram, to discuss digital transformation and what it means for the industry.

Direct download: IFS_Radio_Network_2016-06_Digital_Transformation_Construction.mp3
Category:Technology -- posted at: 5:14pm UTC

We live in a data driven world, and in business, almost every department relies on it to make decisions, develop strategies and to prove results. While it is an asset, sifting through data can be tedious and time consuming. As a result, organizations have turned to business applications to provide insight and automate the data analysis process.

These applications increase a company's visibility into their operation by collecting, organizing, and displaying data for actionable insights in real-time. Visual Insights, however, takes that process a step further by displaying that information visually in an easy-to-understand and easy-to-digest way. Visualization is the key to informed decision making for every department, for every level, company-wide.

Direct download: IFS20Radio20Network202016-02.mp3
Category:Technology -- posted at: 5:46pm UTC

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