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Hyundai Nishat Motor selects IFS Applications for nationwide rollout in Pakistan

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Signing from left: Hyundai Nishat Motors Chief Executive Officer Hassan Mansha, Millat Tractors Chief Executive Officer Irfan Aqueel and IFS South Asia Managing Director/Vice President Sales Shiraz Lye at the agreement singing ceremony

  • Hyundai Nishat Motor Ltd. looks to IFS to enhance efficiencies and operational excellence across its entire distribution value chain, including franchises and 
  • third-party dealers 


IFS, the global enterprise applications company, announces that Hyundai Nishat Motor Ltd. will deploy IFS Applications 10 featuring robust, best-practice capabilities tailored for the automotive sector.

To empower staff and support the company’s long-term vision of becoming the most valued automobile brand in Pakistan, Hyundai Nishat Motors needed to implement a modern and comprehensive business platform. 

The company selected IFS Applications based on the solution’s powerful capabilities for dealer management, including sales, service, spares and CRM, all tightly integrated with manufacturing, supply chain and finance. 

The IFS industry solution will also help Hyundai Nishat Motors maintain optimum stock levels, keep records of past services and repairs, notify end-customers of future services, schedule and allocate workshop resources, and extract commercial insights related to prospects, sales staff, regions, models, and customer preferences. 

“We are delighted to work with an organisation like IFS, which has a successful track record in supporting companies in the highly specialised automotive sector,” said Hyundai Nishat Motors Ltd. Chief Executive Officer Hassan Mansha. 

The implementation of IFS Applications 10 across Hyundai Nishat Motors’ own outlets and franchise dealers will be carried out with the help of IFS channel partner Millat. 

Millat Tractors Ltd. CEO S.M. Irfan Aqueel added, “This is the fourth sale/implementation of IFS in Pakistan in less than a year by the Millat IFS Business team, which is an achievement we are proud of. By combining the functional and technological capabilities of IFS Applications 10 with the service delivery potential of our team, we are sure to fulfil the customer’s stringent business and operational requirements.”

IFS Managing Director and Vice President for Sales, South Asia Shiraz Lye added, “There is a reason why our solution has been implemented across 14 different automotive distributors in the region. It offers complete lifecycle support and powerful scalability to suit the rapidly growing vendors in this dynamic region. We are proud to support Hyundai Nishat Motor Ltd. plans to expand its market share and we are convinced IFS Applications is the ideal solution to help the company achieve its goals.”

Learn more about how IFS support businesses in the automotive sector here: www.ifsworld.com/corp/industries/manufacturing/automotive/. 

Team from Hyundai Nishat Motors, Millat Tractors and IFS 

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