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This article was originally published in 2018. We still say that Work Management can be a fun and creative experience, […]
If you’re planning to attend a Maximo conference this year, MaximoWorld is the event you can’t miss! Last year, […]
Ontrack provides a library of educational webcasts. In this edition, the professionals at Ontracks Consulting step through the navigational differences between Maximo 7.5 and the newest version Maximo 7.6.
Anyone who has done any development work on Maximo knows that logging into WebSphere and starting, stopping, and redeploying EARs can be very time-consuming, not to mention that “Groundhog Day” feeling that you get from performing the same steps over and over. Scripting these steps is a fairly easy and straightforward task using the Command Assistance Tool included in WebSphere.
In the past, organizations with major facilities have used Enterprise Asset Management systems such as Maximo for years. Recently this landscape has shifted dramatically. Today, successful companies rely more on technology and smarter asset management systems like Maximo Application Suite because it is a requirement for staying competitive.
Maximo is the most functionally rich and technically advanced EAM system released by IBM. It is able to manage multiple aspects of your business.