Infor EAM Oil & Gas Edition

Increased worldwide consumption of oil and gas products is driving a growing need to discover new sources, create new techniques, and implement technological advances to extract hydrocarbons from deposits that a few years ago would not have been thought possible. Traditional enterprise asset management (EAM) approaches are no longer capable of meeting today's challenges. Read this brochure and see how Infor EAM Oil & Gas Edition can help you meet your challenges.
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