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      Enterprise Asset Management

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    Manage and control assets

    Organizations that manually track asset-related activities and parts inventories , or ones without a truly integrated enterprise asset management solution, can incur significant inefficiencies and unnecessary expenses without even realizing it
    • Solutions

      The Enterprise Asset Management solution (EAM) from Schneider Electric is a single, integrated business process that targets three key areas:
      • Maintenance management
      • Procurement
      • Materials/ Spares/ Inventory management
    • Value Proposition

      EAM provides an integrated solution for managing, scheduling and accounting for the maintenance of mobile and fixed assets
    • Differentiation

      A world-class EAM solution:
      • Proven: 30 years experience
      • Trusted: over 900 customer installation around the world
      • Reliable: completely built on Microsoft technology
      • Recognized: recently identified as the Microsoft preferred solution for EAM


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      Effectively keeps track of work orders and labor time  

      Provides full accountability of work orders, labor, and materials

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      Improves ability to manage inventory 

      Helps reduce inventory levels

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      Streamlines the purchasing of materials and services 

      Improves efficiency of sourcing and contract negotiations