Asset Management Fit for a KingPosted on - 02:28 PM on Wed, Apr 03, 2013

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King Hamad University Hospital in Bahrain has deployed Infor EAM—to match its asset management technology with the quality of its medical care. 

King Hamad University Hospital, one of the most technologically advanced healthcare facilities in the Middle East, will use Infor EAM to proactively manage assets, asset information, and monitor and control maintenance activities. The solution was implemented by Infor's strategic partner for the Middle East, Azimuth.

The hospital was established as part of a medical strategy to develop a center for organ transplant surgeries and trauma in the Kingdom of Bahrain, using state-of-the-art medical technology and the most sophisticated information systems, in addition to innovative methods to eliminate red tape and bureaucracy and support sound diagnostic and therapeutic decision making. The hospital is committed to treating patients and stakeholders with great respect, empathy and care by adopting the latest medical practices and by the application of highly advanced information systems.

With Infor EAM, King Hamad University Hospital biomedical and facilities management teams can take action to optimize asset performance and make better long-term business decisions. They can easily extract asset history information to develop projections on equipment uptime and maintenance costs.  

KHUH management will also be able to compare costs and performance across multiple sites and identify specific asset anomalies within single sites that are impairing performance. Coupled to this, Infor EAM also provides the ability to define key performance indicators to give executives at-a-glance information on asset and engineering performance.

Infor EAM adds Cognos to the solution, one of the best business intelligence tools on the market.

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