Growing rapidly, and managing increasingly-complex base operating support systems on military installations across the country, PRIDE required an Enterprise Asset Management system that could centralize controls and increase management visibility while unifying a host of critical work order processes, inventory controls, and differing systems.
To address PRIDE’s needs and increase the efficiency of its operations, Advoco provided system implementation, training, and support for Infor Enterprise Asset Management (EAM). By enhancing out‐of‐the‐box functionality, Advoco was able to customize the system to the company’s exact specifications. At the same time, Advoco developed a tool that could be used universally for process and reporting requirements across diverse contracts.
The new multi-site EAM system provides a centralized solution with a common data set providing several key benefits:
* Real‐time visibility at all management levels * Efficient work order tracking and improved preventative maintenance programs * Improved inventory management controls to drive down costs
Delivered on schedule, the system readily proved its value and demonstrated ease of use, creating system‐wide user acceptance and immediate productivity improvements. For additional information on Advoco or Infor EAM software and services, call (415) 503-4380 or visit www.advocoinc.com.
Advoco is a leading management and consulting services company headquartered in San Francisco, CA with offices in Greenville, SC and Dubai, UAE. Advoco focuses on Infor EAM - previously known as Datastream 7i - offering EAM services and implementation.
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