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IFS appoints Vijay Jaswal as CTO for APJ & MEA
Mon, 20th Feb 2023
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Dubai-based cloud enterprise applications provider, IFS, has appointed Vijay Jaswal as its new Chief Technology Officer for the Asia Pacific Japan (APJ) and Middle East and Africa (MEA) region. Jaswal brings more than 25 years of business technology process excellence experience, having previously served as Chief Technology Officer of Middle East, Turkey & Africa for Software AG for over 17 years. Speaking on the appointment, Vincent Carvalho, President, APJ&MEA, IFS, highlighted the importance of the APJ&MEA markets for IFS and Jaswal's skills in presenting the business value of technology effectively to business audiences. In his new role, Jaswal will work on customer engagement, helping customers and prospects to create 'Moments of Service' by streamlining interactions to derive maximum value. He will also be responsible for illustrating IFS's marketing capabilities to customers and how it can add value. Jaswal is looking forward to meeting customers and partners to see how they are leveraging the company's software to serve their customers.

IFS develops and delivers cloud enterprise software for companies globally. The company's industry-specific products are connected to a single data model and use embedded digital innovation to ensure that customers can be their best when it really matters—at the Moment of Service. The company's industry expertise and commitment to deliver value at every single step has made it a recognized leader and the most recommended supplier in the sector. With a team of 5,000 employees who live IFS's values of agility, trustworthiness and collaboration, the company supports over 10,000 customers.