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Published Tue, Jun 3rd 2014 Back to Articles

Infor Announces Sponsorship of WM Factory Health & Maintenance 2014

Leading Industry Conference Showcases Best Practice in Plant Safety and Preventative Maintenance

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Infor, a leading provider of business application software serving more than 70,000 customers, today announced it will be a sponsor of WM Factory Health & Maintenance 2014 in the UK.  The event will be held at The Heritage Motor Centre in Gaydon, Warwickshire on 5th June 2014 and will highlight the importance of preventative maintenance in the quest to improve plant productivity and safety.  Infor will host a stand in the breakout area where a team will be available to demonstrate Infor EAM v11, the latest and most significant version of its Enterprise Asset Management solution.  

Infor is a sponsor of WM Factory Health & Maintenance 2014, a leading plant maintenance safety event which aims to educate delegates on how effective maintenance can improve productivity, quality and competitiveness, and how maintenance is critical to the safe keeping of plant machines and equipment.  Supported by Findlay Media including Works Management and Plant Engineer, the event will see keynotes from the Health & Safety Executive (HSE); Society of Operations Engineers (SOE); Institution of Occupational Safety & Health as well a number of manufacturers.     As a sponsor, Infor will host a stand at the event.  Infor EAM v11 - the most significant release of Infor’s Enterprise Asset Management solution in a decade - will be available for demonstrations.

“Preventative maintenance stands to deliver huge benefits to manufacturers and plant operators through minimised downtime, improved productivity and a minimised risk profile,” comments Kevin Price, product director, EAM, Infor.  “Events such as this one represent a great opportunity to educate and raise awareness of how issues can be addressed to boost the effectiveness of a plant and encourage best practice in the management of assets, and it is a privilege to be involved in this kind of forum.”

 

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