Welcome to the Muzulu blog, packed with advice for helping your business get more from its IFS ERP and accelerate digital transformation effectively and sustainably. Read about the latest industry insights, check out our downloadable resources (including whitepapers and infographics) and hear about what’s new with Muzulu and our partners. If anything you read gets you thinking, you can get in touch with us here.

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Five Financial Benefits of a Sustainable Future for your Business

Sustainability is no longer merely optional for businesses – it’s the key to long-term success. Our eBook lists the major financial benefits of sustainability, and explains how IFS Cloud solutions delivered by Muzulu can help your business take advantage.

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Full Asset Lifestyle

The Future of Construction: Supporting the full asset lifecycle

Our eBook reveals how IFS Cloud, by supporting the full asset lifecycle, can help contractors boost margins and brace for future challenges.

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The Three Biggest Challenges Facing Construction

With the construction and engineering industries in a period of major change, two IFS experts make three key predictions for the near future.

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The Power of Effective Resource Planning Systems in the Construction Industry

ERP systems offer enhanced project visibility, data-driven decision-making and reduce the risk of delays, errors and equipment failure.

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Saving Time and Money with Equipment Tracking and Efficient Asset Management

Track and manage assets at every stage – including procurement, deployment, maintenance and decommissioning with IFS ERP and Muzulu.

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Essential Tips for Controlling Costs and Overcoming Bottlenecks in Construction Projects

Controlling costs and averting bottlenecks is fundamental in construction. As construction projects generally run on very tight margins, ballooning costs can cause serious problems – sometimes even to the point of leaving firms financially unviable – while bottlenecks can halt projects altogether.

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