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Tsunami Tsolutions joins IFS Partner Network for A&D sector

Posted 13 December 2017 · Add Comment

IFS today announced that Tsunami Tsolutions LLC, a leading Aerospace & Defence (A&D)solutions provider based in North America, has joined the IFS Partner Network.



The strategic partnership will increase delivery capacity of IFS Applications and IFS Maintenix to the global Aviation & Defence (A&D) industry and help customers streamline complex, asset-intensive operations.

Tsunami provides information technology and engineering solutions to leading organisations in the aerospace, military, and Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul (MRO) industries, including Pratt & Whitney, Lockheed Martin, and United Technologies. Its solutions and target markets fit well with IFS which has proven Enterprise Asset Management (EAM), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and MRO solutions, and a strong market presence within Aviation & Defence. IFS was recently named the leading vendor of EAM to the A&D sector in terms of market share by business analysts ARC Advisory Group.

The Tsunami product portfolio addresses key A&D processes from logistics & inventory management, spare/repair parts management and maintenance tracking, to cost forecasting and aftermarket sales support. This expertise, when combined with the industry-leading knowledge of IFS, will enable Tsunami A&D customers to streamline asset-intensive operations to keep pace with the evolving defence environment and dynamic commercial aviation sector.

“Tsunami’s success is built on establishing strong relationships with our customers and growing our portfolio by working closely with key business partners. We are looking forward to working with IFS to expand our offerings and best support our customers in the rapidly changing aviation and defence markets,” said Matt Atwater, founder and CEO of Tsunami Tsolutions.

“The partnership with Tsunami is reflective of the global success IFS is currently experiencing in aviation and defence,” said Scott Helmer, Senior Vice President at the Aviation & Defence Business Unit, IFS. “Strategic partners like Tsunami play an essential role in delivering and building on the capabilities of IFS, while helping us expand into new markets and regions. We are thrilled to continue working closely with Tsunami and sharing our mutual expertise to further support our growing A&D customer base.”

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