Reliability Based Maintenance Webinar – Best Practices with Infor EAM


Title: Reliability Based Maintenance Best Practices

Date: Thursday, September 14, 2017

Time: 11:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time

Duration: 60 minutes

Click here to register. 

Update: Part II has been announced – ACR: Ranking Your Critical Assets – Scheduled for October 4th at 11am ET – Details Here.


Effective EAM consists of optimizing the management of an organization’s physical assets to maximize their value throughout their entire life cycle. Everything including design, construction, commissioning, operation, maintenance and replacement of every asset must be done with the goal of optimizing asset reliability. In this case, reliability and uptime are synonymous: Managers want to ensure their assets are running in such a way that there is as little downtime as possible while still performing the necessary maintenance on critical assets.

This is exactly what Reliability Based Maintenance (RBM) can do for your organization. It’s about developing and implementing systems, structures, processes and practices that use maintenance as a way to maximize asset reliability at the most cost-effective level.

Utilizing a combination of proactive maintenance strategies, asset-intensive enterprises can use the data they collect from their assets to prompt maintenance activities as well as enhance their proactive maintenance. As the asset condition data reaches maintenance teams and managers, they can schedule maintenance exactly when and where it is needed. This transforms maintenance from a reactive, intrusive approach into a key process that is embedded within normal operations.

Join us to learn about the six steps to the RBM process and how Infor EAM supports this process 100% by providing data and triggering PM & PdM activities:

  1. Developing a Master Asset List (MAL)
  2. Asset Criticality Ranking (ACR)
  3. Proactive Maintenance Optimization (PMO)
  4. Spare Part Analysis (SPA)
  5. Reliability Analytics Monitoring (RAM)
  6. Root Cause Analysis (RCA)


  • Quinton GoForth, GenesisSolutions, An ABS Group Company
  • Jeremie Hicks, Infor
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