At Mohawk Fine Papers, a new Web-based enterprise asset management (EAM) system replaced a maintenance management system (MMS) to provide efficiencies for paper-making and converting equipment. Since implementing the new EAM, Mohawk has standardized its maintenance processes, streamlined work order flow, automated business rules, and achieved more detailed tracking of assets. Learn more about the EAM software’s modules.
Mohawk will further engage SOA in the future, particularly within the Infor portfolio. The company will also push more of its IT vendors toward SOA compliance in an effort to fully integrate its IT architecture, according to Stamas. As part of the project, Mohawk embraced the idea of server virtualization, which allowed the company to reduce the number of HP Proliant DL380 servers from 20 to just three, which run the Windows Server 2003 operating system. Whitaker says the computing environment was ironed