To get maximum value from your Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) solution, your technicians need full access to your system anyplace, any time. Of course, some tasks can be completed while sitting at a desk, but some of the most important and valuable asset management tasks need to be done in the field, where many critical assets are located.

Empowering Field Service

Our experience has taught us how to efficiently extend the power of Infor EAM using role-specific and device specific designs for the benefit of field service workers, managers, clerks, and schedulers who are connected directly to the solution.

Get Specific

If you use multiple device types in your organization, you can license platform-specific versions of Infor EAM Mobile on a device-by-device basis, allowing you to take advantage of the technology you already have and use.

Build Productivity

  • Allow mobile workers to record as they work, rather than recording work after the fact
  • Automate work order tasks and requests for labor, saving up to 20% on associated labor cost
  • Improve response time and avoid unnecessary travel


In order to properly maintain expensive assets, organizations such as yours must be able to easily find—and access information about—those assets. To do so, you need a Geographic Information System (GIS) on top of an Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) system.

Improve Asset Maintenance

GIS mapping can help improve asset maintenance by providing you with more accurate asset information that helps you to estimate asset lifecycles, identify preventive maintenance needs and visuals patterns and trends.

Track Geographically Dispersed Assets

Quickly find the information they need with an intuitive, flexible interface.

Keep better records with full transaction support and reporting tools.

Realize Key Benefits

  • Increase workforce efficiency
  • Improve productivity per resource
  • Reduce overhead and administrative costs
  • Make better decisions and avoid costly delays
  • Improve compliance with federal, state, and local regulations

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