IAS, a global technology company, provides services all over the world with many products such as ERP, IoT, Cloud, Big Data, software and hardware solutions, consultancy and training services under the canias4.0 Technologies brand. Offering its products in 16 languages to more than 50 countries, the company is expanding the volume of its operations every day. In addition to its head offices in Germany, Turkey, India, South Korea, the United States of America (USA), the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Switzerland, IAS, which serves in various countries with different global business partners, announced new collaborations. The company announced that it has entered the Pakistani market with the business partnership signed with Pakistani consulting firm Taar Consulting.
Following the launch of the new partnership, Taar Consulting team was hosted at IAS Turkey's Istanbul office and met with IAS consulting and development teams and participated in trainings organized by IAS Business Academy (IBA) during their week-long stay. "We want to grow the ERP market in Pakistan and we believe that our cooperation with IAS is the right decision to realize this," said Arsalan I. Anwer, CEO of Taar Consulting, who commented on the new cooperation during his visit: "Pakistan's economy is growing rapidly and needs a good player on the technology side to support business growth. We observed that our huge emerging industrial market needs software that will increase productivity, is flexible, easily adaptable, and can be quickly adapted to local operational scenarios. After our investigations, we realized that canias4.0 technologies offer 360-degree solutions to meet all our needs. For this reason, our new partnership with IAS is very important for us. We will bring canias4.0 technologies together with Pakistani companies and we can say that important meetings have already been held in this regard."
Following the signing of the business partnership, Taar Consulting CEO Anwer and his team visited IAS Turkey Istanbul office and participated in the trainings organized by IBA. The Pakistani businessmen also met with IAS teams. Anwer said of their time here, "Our visit to Istanbul was very enjoyable. Thank you for the hospitality we encountered. IAS Chairman Yaşar Hakan Karabiber's vision and dedication to his work impressed us a lot. Everyone at IAS knows what they want and how they should work. We attended very useful trainings here and had useful meetings with IAS teams for our future plans."