3 Infor EAM Solutions Win “Product of the Year” Awards

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Plant Engineering magazine has named Infor EAM solutions "2016 Product of the Year" in three categories, with Infor EAM Transit App winning the Grand Award for the second-straight year.

The winners

Infor EAM Maintenance Kiosk

Won the 2016 Product of the Year award in the Maintenance Tools & Equipment category. This touch-screen device lets users on the shop floor view and modify assigned tasks, book time worked, order parts, view instructions, and add comments to tasks.

Infor Enterprise Asset Management v11.2

Won Product of the Year in the Maintenance Software category. Infor EAM v11.2 delivers significant enhancements to many core industry functionalities such as key management, case/incident management, asset reservations, contractor service portals, and workspace management.

Infor EAM Transit App

Has been awarded the Product of the Year Grand Award for the second consecutive year. This app gives the transit industry access to Infor EAM functionality on a mobile device while in a disconnected mode. Users can view, create, edit, and close work orders. They can also view a list of equipment, and create and edit equipment listings.

"We are excited to win these three awards with Plant Engineering because they validate what our customers have been telling us for years - that Infor EAM applications are the best in the market," said Kevin Price, Infor EAM director of product management & strategy. "And there's more to come."

Plant Engineering's Product of the Year program is the premier award for new products in the manufacturing and nonmanufacturing industries. The annual reader-choice program provides Plant Engineering's audience with information about the top new product in their fields.

Winners were honored April 3 at an awards dinner in Chicago, and were placed gold, silver or bronze. Winners also are listed on plantengineering.com, and will be featured in the April print and online editions of the publication.

Photo caption: Emily Streeter, Kevin Price, and Julie Murdock accept Infor's Plant Engineering "2016 Product of the Year" awards at the awards dinner in Chicago on April 3.