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 CMMS - Computerized Maintenance Management System

CERN is like most organizations with large installations of equipment using a Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) to streamline, organize and document all our asset tracking and maintenance management efforts.

In industry this is today often called Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) indicating that such tools are used to optimize the performance and lifecycle of physical assets across the whole organization.

 Infor EAM - the CMMS at CERN

The CMMS at CERN is called Infor EAM (previously known as Datastream7i or D7i) which is a commercial system from Infor. Together with its predecessors it has been used within the organization for almost 20 years and contains information about over a million pieces of equipment and details about 4 million technical interventions carried on the installed equipment. The first interventions logged in Infor EAM are from 1971 and were imported from a legacy system.

This makes Infor EAM a centralized asset repository for the whole accelerator complex and thus a vital tool for efficient knowledge transfer which is a must for installations with very long lifecycles.
 

 MTF is based on Infor EAM - all MTF equipment is ready to be maintained

All equipment information captured with MTF is physically stored and accessible in Infor EAM.This means that all components and assemblies registered with MTF can without any additional effort be directly accessed in Infor EAM in order to benefit from its full maintenance management capabilities.

Are you an MTF user that would like to use Infor EAM for maintaining your equipment? Please contact CMMS.Support@cern.ch for some help in order to get started!