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Sathosa Motors deploys IFS Applications in 6 months


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IFS, the global enterprise applications company, announces that Sathosa Motors PLC, Sri Lanka’s number one distributor of Isuzu commercial vehicles, has successfully gone live with IFS Applications following a rapid six-month implementation project. 

Implemented on time and on budget, IFS Applications was deployed throughout all branches of Sathosa Motors, covering new vehicles, spare parts, and services. The comprehensive IFS solution supports mission-critical processes such as finance, supply chain management, and HR.

“We are delighted to have a global ERP provider like IFS as Sathosa Motors’ ERP business partner as they have a successful track record supporting companies in the automotive industry,” Sathosa Motors PLC Managing Director Tilak Gunasekera said.

Poorna Bandara, General Manager and Director of Consulting Services for IFS in South Asia, added, “We are pleased to announce the successful implementation of IFS Applications at Sathosa Motors PLC. Working with a company such as Sathosa Motors enables us to continue to deliver agile best-practice industry solutions to reinforce our position as a committed ERP vendor in the automotive sector. We are looking forward to continuing to support their future growth.”


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