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.