Date: Tuesday, December 10, 2019
Time: 2:00 p.m. EST (GMT -5, New York)
Duration: 1 Hour
Event Type: Live Webinar
Today’s organizations tend to consist of a wide assortment of assets patched together like a colorful quilt. The machinery and equipment can range from highly advanced robotics to outdated legacy solutions, stretched past their normal life expectancy. Engineers and technicians must make these disparate assets integrate and perform as one, which can be a challenge, especially when lean budgets, escalating market demands and conflicting strategies add to the complexity.
Join this webinar to learn how forward-thinking plant engineers can step up to the challenge by:
- Elevating processes beyond simple reactionary mode
- Developing a new mindset
- Implementing modern technology
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Kevin Price, Technical Product Evangelist, Infor
Kevin has been in the Enterprise Asset Management software industry most of his professional career in product management and product strategy capacities. For the last 22+ years Kevin has been globally responsible for Product Management, Product Marketing, and Strategy functions for the Infor CloudSuite EAM, MP2, iProcure, Spear Technologies, and Energy Performance Management product families at Infor and has launched over 80% of it from an idea on a white board to a world-leading and award-winning solution set.
Rob Weiner, EAM Architect, AECI
Rob currently serves as the Enterprise Asset Management Architect for Associated Electric Cooperative Incorporated. He is working as a core member of the design and implementation teams as AECI moves forward in redesigning their Asset Management program using Infor EAM. Prior to this assignment, Rob served as System Administrator and Lead Technical Support for Suez North America Utility business. He joined the Suez team in 2018 after spending over twenty years in the automotive and electric generation industries. Rob brings his unique experience as a front-end user in the power industry and financial background from several industries to guide his philosophies of managing, implementing and maintaining multiple instances and organizations within Infor EAM. He has led several development and implementation projects within the electric generation and water utility industries. He has been working with the Infor EAM product line for over ten years, since EAM version 8.3. Rob received his undergraduate degree from State University of New York at Oneonta and obtained his MBA with a concentration in accounting and finance from Florida Institute of Technology.
This webinar will be conducted using a slides-and-audio format. After you complete your registration, you will receive a confirmation email with details for joining the webinar.
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