Infor to host its EAM Virtual Summit

Organizations in the Middle East will have the opportunity to learn about the potential for enterprise asset management software to drive efficiency and help digitally transform their operations at Infor’s EAM Virtual Summit on Nov. 12.

Khaled AlShami Khaled AlShami, Director, Solution Consulting, Middle East & Africa, Infor

The EAM Virtual Summit will focus on future trends of enterprise asset management, how to extend asset life, and increase organizational efficiency, particularly during unpredictable times, with Infor EAM.

The event will have a cross-industry focus on manufacturing, energy, utilities, oil & gas, logistics, construction, facility management, and pharma/chemical sectors, with breakout sessions providing various sectors a chance to learn how they can benefit from EAM.

Confirmed speakers include Ed O’Brien, director of research, ARC Advisory Group, Inc.; R “Ray” Wang, principal analyst & founder, Constellation Research, Inc.; and Romain Flachot, business unit director – digital manufacturing, Capgemini France.

Meanwhile, organisations including CERN, Vestas, Veolia International, and GSK will offer insights into how they have transformed with Infor EAM.

“Organizations across all verticals realize the need to improve the way they manage and control their assets over their lifecycle to increase efficiency, performance and strategic planning, and this trend has accelerated in the current climate,” said Khaled AlShami, Infor director of solution consulting, MEA. “We look forward to demonstrating the unprecedented value of Infor EAM and discussing the specific needs of asset-intensive organizations so we can help them maximise the value of their assets and accelerate their digital transformation plans.”

The event will also feature keynote addresses from senior Infor executives, including Frederic Russo, VP international, asset management solutions, and Kevin Price, technical product evangelist & product strategist.

The EAM Virtual Summit takes place Nov 12 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. (Gulf Standard Time).