Out of the Box and Standardization - Is Customization Dead? Panel presentation by Steven Shull, John Gould, JFC, and Joe Lonjin, Cohesive Solutions
IOT, What Are The Use Cases? Who Has Implemented This Already? Presented by John Gould, WTC, and Aquitas
HSE: De-mystify the Power of This Addon! Presented by Karl Harding, Aquitas, Interloc
We will discuss our initiative for replacing our current IT ticket system with the Maximo SR solution.
Attendees will learn: The process of moving tickets from one system to another * Managing the backlog of a ticket system and solving as many problems as you efficiently can * Lessons learned from our experience
Roadmap That is Not a Roadmap, 7.6.1 and Beyond. The Future is Now! Presented by Kim Woodbury and Darlene Nerden, IBM
In this session, we will discuss the reasons to upgrade and look at the upgrade process. We will also cover the Maximo 7.6.1 installation.
Modernizing a Facilities Organization Through the Use of Maximo Presented by Timothy Pratt, Bates College
Bates College is in the middle of an effort to modernize its facilities organization through an upgrade and re-implementation to Maximo 7.6.x. This presentation will explore the progress Bates has made, and the road map for the next 12 months. Through interim steps taken in summer 2018 work order completion time was reduced by 60%, and labor capture increased to almost 80%. Working with a consulting partner, we have identified a plan to re-implement Maximo, repopulate key data tables, and return to OOB functionality with our customer interface. In addition, we will be leveraging Maximo workflows and mobile technology to create a modern and efficient work management program that can be a model for modernizing the rest of the operation.
Attendees can expect to learn about and discuss a transformation in progress and how the goals of a service oriented organization influence decision making surrounding priorities in a re-implementation. In addition, there will be discussion on change management, implementation of new processes, engaging staff as stakeholders, working within a higher ed. setting and how a Maximo implementation can serve as a model for modernization across an organization.
Using Security Groups - Are You Doing It Right? Two Primary Methodologies to Avoid Confusion! Roundtable led by Anne Antonelli
Predictive Maintenance & Optimization Presentation by Andrew Condos, IBM
Predictive Maintenance allows you to maximize operational performance for your physical assets. Predictive maintenance analysis leverages your Maximo data using predictive modeling and advanced analytics capabilities to provide near-real-time asset status and long-term projections of maintenance requirements. By implementing descriptive, predictive, prescriptive and cognitive models to analyze historical and real-time data to monitor asset health, warn of impending failure, and recommend maintenance procedures and schedules. The results enable operations, maintenance, and finance personnel to make well-informed decisions regarding maintenance scheduling, asset replacements plans, and level of infrastructure investments.
Attendees will learn: Manage both IT and operational assets using advance predictive modeling techniques • Lower costs, improve operational efficiency and increase equipment reliability • Identify asset health and early warnings through advanced and predictive analytics and optimization • Manage pervasive devices, RFID and IP-equipped industrial assets on a common infrastructure • Adopt standard & repeatable processes for lifecycle management of virtually all assets ensuring greater competitiveness and productivity improvements.
Maximo Integrations WITHIN Maximo Presented by Christopher Winston, Projetech
Before we look too far at connecting Maximo to the enterprise, let’s not forget about the internal integrations built in to the Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS), core product that is delivered. The additional functionality with Maximo 7.6 is quite overwhelming – where do you start to dig in? Today we will look at two major areas: • Begin with the end in mind – improving asset history from the asset at any location (physical and/or process), all the way up through the top level of the location hierarchy (PRIMARY or other system) • Start Center enhancements to the Results set, and confirming functions of all ‘portlets’ Maximo fully supports the ability within the product to capture the costs for labor, material and services, whether they are internally provided, externally, and both. Reporting is available to support that, and delivered with the product. We shall begin with the major components of the integration within Maximo and what to keep in mind during record creation and update, and move on to a couple of the delivered reports and their impact on analysis capabilities. Then we shall take a look on making it easier to capture and display work within the product, especially as it relates to the work order, through both reporting of actuals, and enhancements to the start center. Special attention will be given to the configuration of results sets using substitution variables as well as Report Object Structures (ROS) in Maximo 7.6. Use case is built around a university implementation across 300+ acres, and over 100 users split between Authorized, Limited and Express. A small disconnected mobile solution is in use in the primary storeroom.
Attendees will learn: 1. How Report Object Structures and Everyplace can be leveraged for groups of users with different requirements 2. Impact of Location Hierarchy as well as extra fields for querying as well as reporting 3. Simplification of Maximo for the end user with a single interface view, whether mobile or at desktop
Innovations for Maximo and you! Blockchain,Augmented Reality, Artificial Intelligence Presented by Tom Sarasin and Kyle Harding, IBM
Sizing your System for Performance - How many JVM's, Memory, Garbage Collection, Servers, UI nodes, etc. Roundtable led by Darlene Nerden, John Gould
Working with IBM to Help You with Maximo, Make It Easier On Yourself Presented by Paula Springstead and Betsy Autry, IBM
Getting Back to Out of the Box Presented by Michael Baker, Cornell University
One of the most commonplace things to do with Maximo is to customize it to meet business requirements and for years, Cornell did just that. In 2013, Cornell went through the process of re-implementing a heavily-customized version of Maximo with an out-of-the-box version of Maximo, taking advantage of many opportunities along the way. Throughout the process, mindsets around customizing things had to shift to configuring things, people had to start really understanding why their processes were the way they were, the business had to truly re-evaluate what they did and what they needed, and the entire university had to become open to a shift in how the facilities organization operated.
Attendees will learn about the pitch to re-implement that was made, which covered everything to be changed including retiring legacy systems, implementing new software, integrating with additional systems, reducing IT staff, changing business processes, and a few other items. The process leading up to the re-implementation, the re-implementation itself, what happened immediately after the re-implementation, and what has happened since will also be discussed. Also, whether re-implementation was the right choice or not will be discussed.
Data Quality Panel Session with Pam Denny, IBM; Joe Lonjin, Cohesive Solutions; Dave Reiber, Reliability Web
Mapping Maximo to the Uptime Elements Presented by Dave Reiber, Reliability Web and Joe Lonjin, Cohesive Solutions
The presentation will demonstrate how to build an association between the data gathered to support your maintenance processes and the Uptime Elements Reliability Framework and Asset Management System. Maximo excels at Work Management and it is extremely useful as an Asset Information Management system that supports asset management, asset performance and asset knowledge. Using the approach of “Begin with the End in Mind” to ensure we are solving actual business problems and achieving the aim or organizational objectives that top management has laid out for us. By setting up data gathering linked to Uptime Elements Reliability Framework and Asset Management System as well as your processes, you will be able to use more of the Maximo System to support your organizations’ goals and objectives.
Attendees will learn: 1. A process to build your own association of data collection linked to your business processes 2. Data for required KPI’s Audits, Health & Safety, Spare Parts, 3. Asset Condition Management and Maximo 4. Asset Management Supported by Maximo
API's - What They Are and How They are Being Used Right Now Presented by Alex Walter, Projetech (Steven Shull)
Facilities Maintenance Trend, Using Performance Management Data and Metrics Joe Lonjin, Cohesive & Bill Steudler, Penn State
Learn how the better use of data can provide insight into your facility's cost. See how trustworthy data can help to identify and reduce operational risk, locate process gaps and support continuous improvement initiatives. We will also share how to create alignment and transparency throughout your organization around your strategic objectives.
Maximo New User Interface, Modernizing Your Happiness! Workcenters, Inspections, Etc. Presented by Pam Denny, Kyle Harding, Tom Sarasin - IBM
Let's go behind the scenes of the Maximo Work Centers! This demonstration-focused session will include - 1. Details of the work center architecture, security, and database. 2. The use of integration object structures 3. Work Center configuration features and more!
Attendees will learn 1. Review the architecture and the differences between Maximo work centers and Maximo classic. 2. Delve into the details on the available configuration features of the work centers. 3. Highlight and share online resources, videos, documentation and best practices. 4. Explain how work centers are enabled and how they work.
BIM, 3D Modelling and Visuals Make All the Difference Presented by Cohesive, Bentley, IBM
Mobility Roundtable with Interloc, Michael Nutt with Datasplice, Michael Baker, Todd Snook
Planning & Scheduling, How is This Supposed to Work with Maximo? Roundtable with Anne Antonelli, Matt Midas, Lacey Radabaugh
Cognos and Reporting, Pam Denny Tells All! Presented by Pam Denny, IBM
Maximo 7.6.1 provides direct entitlement to IBM Cognos ® Analytics 11.0.11, which enables deep, visual insights on your Maximo data for better decision making. Cognos Analytics delivers a suite of new features focusing on empowering business and power users with self-service tools for their dynamic, analytic needs. New tools and features in Dash boarding, Reporting, Storytelling and Data Modeling are available, while legacy features of Cognos packages, reports and administration continue to support the needs of the enterprise. Attend this session to learn more about Maximo and Cognos Analytics. Details of the entitlement and integration will be reviewed, along with in-depth demonstrations of Cognos Analytics products and features with Maximo.
Attendees will learn about the 1. Maximo Cognos Analytics Integration 2. Cognos Analytics products 3. How to create data modules 4. How to create reports, dashboards and storybooks 5. How to consume Cognos Analytics content
Augmented Reality, When Does it Become a Reality? Presented by Kyle Harding, Joe Lonjin, Aquitas
Disaster Recovery and Preparedness Presented by Jim Davis and David Harris, Chugach Government Solutions, LLC.
Creating Targeted Audits in Maximo, Easier Than You Think! Presented by Stephen Hume, MaxTECH
MaxTECH is a user group started in 2017 that provides training, discussions for Maximo Technical Folks. This session will cover the creation of a brand new way of auditing changes to data in Maximo, pinpointed to various applications, including data from related tables. The end result will be a new way of presenting "whodunnit" information to end users. MaxTECH is not a promotion of BPD Zenith but was created entirely to give Maximo technical folks a learning and collaboration opportunity at Maximo User group meetings.
The target audience for this session will be maximo analysts, developers, consultants and support people. They will see hands on the creation of a custom data audit solution, automation scripts and application configuration. This solution applies not only to the FM Maximo area but across industry solutions.
Introduction to Query Based Reporting Training with Anne Antonelli, Technology, Training, and Consulting
Taking your Preventive Maintenance Program to Predictive Maintenance with Routes, Meters, and Condition Monitoring! Training with Anne Antonelli, Technology, Training, and Consulting
An Introduction to LDAP Authentication and Synchronization in Maximo 7.6 Training with Adam Watson, JFC & Associates
This training will provide an overview of authentication and synchronization in Maximo using Active Directory/LDAP. We’ll be talking about the differences in authentication types, looking at the WebSphere security configuration, as well as the user/group synchronization process in Maximo.
Audience: Functional and Technical Maximo administrators who would like to learn more about using AD/LDAP for Maximo authentication and to sync users and groups.
Specific topics covered are: 1. Maximo Authentication Methods 2. LDAP WebSphere Configuration 3. Maximo XML file edits 4. VMMSYNC Cron Task 5. Maximo testing and development 6. Directory Browsers and custom directory attributes
Best Practices for Planning and Scheduling Training with Matt Midas, Solufy
Condition-Based Maintenance in Maximo Training with Jennifer Gatza, Maven Asset
Overview of setting up Maximo Condition Monitoring as part of an IoT implementation.
Are you the “Master” of Your PM’s? Advantages of Using the Master PM Application with Your Preventive Maintenance Records Training with Gina Leonard, Aquitas