Bahrain hospital deploys Infor’s EAM solution
Manama, March 28, 2013
Bahrain’s King Hamad University Hospital, one of the most technologically advanced healthcare facilities in the region, has deployed the Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) solution of Infor, a business software firm.
Infor EAM enables the hospital team to proactively manage assets, asset information, and monitor and control its maintenance activities, a statement said.
The contract was signed and implemented by Infor’s strategic partner for the Middle East, Azimuth.
Infor’s EAM Enterprise Edition is a widely deployed, web‐architected, and technically advanced enterprise asset management and facilities management system. It combines best‐in‐class asset management modules, unique features for improving operations and performance, and advanced modules to ensure the best possible fit for a customer’s asset management needs, a statement said.
With Infor EAM, the King Hamad University Hospital Biomedical and Facilities Management teams can take action to optimize asset performance and make better long‐term business decisions.
They are also able to simply extract asset history information to develop projections on equipment uptime and maintenance costs. This information can be used for strategic business planning and for taking corrective action, according to the statement.
The KHUH management will also be able to compare costs and performance across multiple site areas and identify specific asset anomalies within single sites that are impairing performance.
Coupled to this, Infor EAM’s solution also provides the ability to define key performance indicators to give executives “at a glance” information on asset and engineering performance – whether equipment is repaired in‐house or outsourced. – TradeArabia News Service
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