Nuclear research pioneer CERN relies on Infor EAM to maintain 1.25 million assets, including the Large Hadron Collider used in the recent confirmation of the Higgs boson, or "God particle."
The Infor application helps, the European Organization for Nuclear Research with critical traceability, radiation compliance, service level and preventative maintenance issues.
"When your assets are as unique as those at CERN, this demands the highest levels of operational excellence including world-class capabilities for mobile asset management, personnel security access, complex compliance requirements and demands for secure data at all times," said Charles Phillips, CEO of Infor. "Nowhere is this more critical than with the LHC particle accelerator, which recently hit the headlines with the new Higgs boson particle discovery that is set to change our understanding of the universe. Infor is very proud to partner with CERN in this effort."