IFS Malaysia gets RM3mil supply contract from IWK

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  • Saturday, 21 Jun 2003

Application solutions provider IFS Malaysia Sdn Bhd has signed a RM3mil contract with Indah Water Konsortium (IWK) for the supply of the IFS enterprise asset management system. 

Initial implementation works started last month and are expected to be completed by January next year.  

From left: Suhaimi Kamaralzaman, IFS Asia Pacific president Mark Rabjohns, IFS Malaysia managing director Timothy Chua and IFS Malaysia general manager Yoong Nim Tong.

All 17 IWK offices would go live by mid-2004, the company said in a statement. 

IWK chief executive officer Suhaimi Kamaralzaman said in the statement that once the integrated business solutions were fully operational, it would facilitate the operations and maintenance of public sewage treatment plants, pumping stations, and sewer pipelines. 

The system would provide IWK with an accurate, up-to-date record of the inventory and structural performance of IWK's sewerage facilities, which would in turn improve business process decisions. 

“The decision to invest in the system is to enhance internal efficiency, as part of the company's on-going improvement programme to provide quality sewerage services to all Malaysians,” Suhaimi said. 

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