Enterprise Asset & Facility Management Solutions

The convergence of asset management and mainstream business processes has been a major challenge for organizations. Despite huge investments in asset management, the realized benefits have fallen short of anticipated business goals. Revitalizing and exploiting installed assets with greater reliability, longevity, low maintenance cost, safe work environment, and quality interventions are key to implementing any asset management software.

Infosys Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) practice provides the perfect blend of domain expertise and knowledge of leading software solutions. The functionalities of leading asset and facilities management packages such as IBM Maximo, TRIRIGA, SAP, Oracle, and Ventyx have been tapped successfully to deliver enhanced business solutions. Our business process expertise, backed by technological know-how, enables us to offer comprehensive EAM solutions and services.

Project delivery is assisted by Asset Management Centre of Excellence (AM-CoE) and is equipped with an EAM solution center. The center provides best-in-class infrastructure and thought leadership for continuous improvement.

Infosys is IBM’s premier business partner and is GOLD accredited for Maximo.

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Infosys is a global leader in consulting, technology, and outsourcing solutions. We enable clients in more than 30 countries to stay a step ahead of emerging business trends and outperform the competition.

Our experience gives our clients a distinct advantage. Our ability to execute ideas and deploy the most efficient delivery models are the foundation of our decades of success.

Infosys EAM practice offers various industry solutions and accelerators to expedite the implementation life cycle.

Key solutions:


  • Improved asset management
  • Improved productivity and OEE, and lower TCO
  • Improved regulatory compliance
  • Increased speed by streamlining and automating business process
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