Infor EAM Asset ManagementSoftware Verticals & Industry Focus

Infor EAM is available in specialized editions, preconfigured to focus on the distinct needs of a range of industries, including:

Improve plant and equipment performance by eliminating unplanned downtime, directly addressing energy waste, and improving compliance.

Better manage equipment and facilities to ensure reliability, while minimizing risk and complying with regulations such as Joint Commission validation and LEED standards.

Infor EAM helps track, report, and repair all physical deficiencies before they spoil a guest experience, while helping you take on new challenges-such as meeting Energy Star standards.

Public sector
Provide more responsive services to citizens by using Infor EAM to manage preventive maintenance and upkeep of municipal water, sewer, and transit systems as well as all equipment.

Oil & gas
Avoid costly downtime and stop failures before they occur with condition monitoring. Efficiently manage linear, point, and component-based structure assets. Supports PAS-55 and EPA requirements for GHG emissions reporting.

Food & Beverage
Leading Food & Beverage enterprises simplify asset sustainability by incorporating the consumption, costs, and  environmental impact of natural resources—water, air, gas, electricity, and steam—into their asset management strategy. This allows you to reduce costs and ensure compliance with environmental regulations.

With Infor EAM Pharmaceuticals Edition, you’ll be able to meet all of your compliance needs while simultaneously improving product innovation and quality. You’ll get tools for asset and work management, maintenance, asset sustainability, and other challenges specific to the pharmaceuticals industry.

Life Sciences
With EAM for Life Sciences, Infor delivers specific capabilities to help life science companies meet the requirements of 21CFR (Title 21 of the Code of Federal Regulations), a far-reaching set of regulations for monitoring industries that produce pharmaceuticals, medical supplies and devices, food and beverages, and personal care products.