SAP Plant Maintenance Learning Track Added to EAM-2007 - The Enterprise Asset Management Summit in Hawaii

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EAM-2007 - The Enterprise Asset Management Summit in Hawaii offers independent learing for SAP Plant Maintenance

Reliabilityweb.com (http://www.reliabilityweb.com) announced the addition of the new SAP Plant Maintenance (SAP PM) Learning Zone as part of EAM-2007 - The Enterprise Asset Management Summit to be held April 3-6, 2007 at the Sheraton Waikiki in Honolulu Hawaii.

"Over 20% of our members are SAP Plant Maintenance users so it just made sense to create a specialized learning track for them," states publisher and conference organizer, Terrence O'Hanlon, CMRP. "As far as we can see - there is no other independent learning platform related to SAP Plant Maintenance. Our members are hungry to share 'best practices' with other maintenance and reliability professionals and EAM-2007 is the perfect venue."

EAM-2007 is collocated with RCM-2007 - The Reliability Centered Maintenance Managers' Forum and attendees can design a flexible learning track by attending sessions are both events.

"Reliability Centered Maintenance determines the best maintenance work to be performed," continues O'Hanlon, "and the Enterprise Asset Management system manages the information, labor and material required for that same work as well as recording the history. They each work hand in glove to create world class operational excellence through reliable asset maintenance."

Other maintenance software represented in case studies and learning sessions include Oracle EAM, MRO an IBM Company, Datastream and MP2 by Infor, RCMO by Meridium, SUPREAM and EXP by Ivara, Oniqua Analytics, RIMS and PMO 2000 by OMCS and MAPCON.

Reliabilityweb.com learning events and conferences draw delegates from over 35 countries and attendance is limited to ensure knowledge transfer and networking opportunities.

"These are practitioner facing event and over 90% of our conference participants report taking back strategies, techniques ands tools that created immediate improvements in the workplace," O'Hanlon explained, "and that has a lot to do with our last three conferences selling out weeks in advance."

Both events are endorsed by the Japanese Institute of Plant Maintenance (JIPM) and the Maintenance Engineering Society of New Zealand (MESNZ) and include the Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional certification exam offered by the Society of Maintenance and Reliability Professionals (SMRP).

For more details interested parties can contact Reliabilityweb.com by calling +1 305-735-3746 or by visiting http://www.maintenanceconference.com

Trademarks: EAM, the EAM logo and The Enterprise Asset Management Summit are trademarks of reliabilityweb.com. MRO is a trademark of IBM, Datastream and MPS are trademarks of Infor, Oracle EAM is a trademark of Oracle, RIMS is a trademark of OMCS, SUPREAM and EXP are trademarks of Ivara, RCMO is a trademark of Meridium, SAP, SAP PM and SAP Plant Maintenance are trademarks or registered trademarks of SAP AG in Germany and in several other countries. This event and this news release is in no way associated or affiliated with SAP AG.

About Reliabilityweb.com:

Reliabilityweb.com (http://www.reliabilityweb.com) includes a network of maintenance and reliability web sites serving over 55,000 maintenance and reliability professionals from around the world. The site serves as a resource for Maintenance Managers, Reliability Engineers. Online tutorials, articles, case histories and news items are updated daily.

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