Infor Offers EAM Solutions to New York MTA
NEW YORK CITY, NY: The digital age is inundated with modern technologies such as the cloud, mobile and social and is driving the vast and competitive Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) landscape. Infor, a provider of business applications with last mile functionality and scientific insights delivered as a cloud service, announced that it has been selected by New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), North America's largest transportation network, along with Bentley Systems, to standardize management of assets throughout the association. “We have a strategic initiative within our company to design, develop and deploy our products from a cloud perspective,” states Lisa Pope, VP Cloud Strategy, Infor. MTA was seeking a comprehensive, unified information technology approach for managing and maintaining MTA's operating agencies, infrastructure, vehicles and multiple other assets. The firm's EAM solutions are expected to improve the management of MTA's agencies, maintain their assets, improve services and lower costs.
By partnering with Infor EAM, MTA anticipates improved reliability, greater transparency and an extended asset lifecycle through predictive maintenance. The implementation also aims at improving safety and customer satisfaction for riders by creating a more resilient infrastructure that operates based on repeatable, industry best practices. “Our differentiation is in the scale, the size and the insight we invest in our products to power entire industries on cloud,” says Lisa.
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