Infor, a leading provider of business application software serving more than 70,000 customers, announced that Massimo Zanetti Beverage USA has selected Infor Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) for the food and beverage industry. The Infor application will deliver real-time visibility into assets and equipment, helping the company increase efficiency by providing a more accurate picture of resources, reliability and potential risk. This will help Massimo Zanetti to improve its preventive maintenance and more accurately assess asset needs to help extend asset life spans and promote cost savings.
Having a consolidated database in an asset management system is critical to Massimo Zanetti's manufacturing operation, particularly when managing information regarding previously performed maintenance and equipment history, according to the release. Infor EAM delivers the ability to capture and analyze data on an individual asset basis, promoting better business decisions based on real-time visibility into operations. This capability will also provide the company a greater capacity to gauge workflow, employee movement and daily task management data, which will help supervisors pinpoint areas where workforce efficiency can be improved.
"Our challenge to Infor was to find a solution that could fill voids in our data and reduce the amount of work necessary for corrective and preventative maintenance," said Ron Garner, maintenance manager, Massimo Zanetti Beverage USA, in a prepared statement. "With Infor EAM, we are providing users with fast, easy access to the information they need, and simultaneously giving decision-makers the necessary visibility to help increase efficiency and reduce costs."
With built-in workflows to track downtime and automatically generated alerts to detect potential issues, Massimo Zanetti will have greater insight into its equipment use. Infor EAM will enable improved tracking of parts, allowing users to determine which parts and quantities are actually necessary. This will help Massimo Zanetti optimize inventory levels and save money by reducing unnecessary or overstocked parts.
Massimo Zanetti will also utilize Infor EAM Mobile to provide users with access to asset information via iPad. Maintenance technicians away from their desks will be able to complete tasks faster through real-time insight into critical equipment data.
"Infor EAM is designed to help food and beverage companies like Massimo Zanetti make better predictions about the behavior of their assets," said Kevin Price, product director, Infor EAM. "With greater insight into equipment reliability and potential risks, customers can make preventative maintenance part of their overall business strategy and avoid costly downtime in their operations."