Speaker: Mark Grimes, Gordon Food Service
Overview: In a world where mobile devices have become as commonplace as many household appliances, there are great advantages in using the gear that everyone loves to provide data to technicians and key people at your plant. Maximo is just one facet of that data.
Speakers: Brian Milberg, City of Minneapolis
Diane Carr, Training Technology and Consulting
Overview: The City of Minneapolis recently moved from Maximo 3 (yes, you heard right) to 7.6 in a single upgrade. This upgrade allowed for us to finally utilize Job Plans and Preventive Maintenance for all of our Facility Maintenance in the 88 buildings that support the cities organization. We will talk about the different scenarios that face a facilities maintenance department from custodial work to carpentry to HVAC. We also will talk about what we’ve about learned all of the ins and outs of the Job Plans and the Preventive Maintenance applications to support the repetitive work that all of these departments.
Speaker: Jim Stark, Xanterra Parks & Lodges (Yellowstone)
Overview: Xanterra Parks & Lodges perform all the repair and maintenance of all the buildings, lodges, and fleet within Yellowstone National Park. This year, we have taken our Maximo 7.6 upgrade and turned it into a re-implementation. We have reviewed and analyzed every business process, all data gathered over the last 10 years, and every reporting data point for the National Park Service and have cleansed, changed, and accommodated using out-of-the-box Maximo 7.6 rather than our highly customized Maximo 7.5.
Speakers: Kawan Park and Derek Fu, IBM
Overview: With rapid worldwide BIM(Building Information Modelling) adoption, more owners and operators are taking advantage of the BIM data in operation and maintenance cycle of their assets. This session will cover an overview of how Maximo leverages BIM to create additional values for the owners and operators.
Speaker: Ed Green, Hexcel
Overview: Learn the benefits and challenges in implementing a common Item Master , such as language, terminology, and different approaches from person to person.
We’ll review a conceptual approach: Finding a software tool, processing initial records from Maximo 7.6, process site data outside Maximo, de-duplicating against Item Master, and creating new item request process. Then, we’ll cover GFS’s implementation: software selection (Refresh), translation of Spanish language records, processing through Refresh.
Speakers: Robert Weissenfels and Jessica Delucchi, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Overview: This session will give you a comprehensive overview of Maximo SaaS and its hosting infrastructure, IBM SoftLayer. It will cover what is in Maximo SaaS, and how new customers, existing customers and partners can begin using it today. It will also touch on other Smarter Infrastructure SaaS offerings: Maximo Inventory Insights and IBM Performance Analytics. A quick overview of IBMServiceEngage will also be presented.
Overview: IBM has two tests for Maximo this year:
Speaker: Edmund Quintana
Speaker: Rupam Chakraborti, IBM
Speaker: Kim Woodbury, IBM
Overview: This session will provide insights into the strategic direction for Maximo, and the product roadmap. There will be a focus on the next years deliverables across the portfolio, including areas such as mobility and business intelligence. Also learn how to better interact with support and the tools and resources that are available as you look to troubleshoot and maintain Maximo.
Speaker: Jennifer Lawrence-Jones, Tampa Bay Water
Ed Jones, IBM
Overview: Tampa Bay Water, a regional water supplier in Florida, provides clean, safe drinking water to over 2.4 million customers in the Tampa Bay region. Hear about their quest to replace three computer programs utilized in tracking asset performance with one by implementing Maximo Asset Health Insights, which utilizes the Internet of Things to incorporate online, real time vibration and temperature monitoring to monitor Asset Health. Discover the challenges they faced, the lessons they learned, and how they plan to expand the pilot program to include additional assets throughout the agency.
Speaker: Andrew Condos, IBM
Overview: Optimizing asset performance is crucial to the cost effective and efficient operation of asset-intensive organizations. Scheduled maintenance procedures help to achieve this goal, but the key to unlocking real productivity improvements is in predicting how an asset operates over its entire life-cycle.
This session will introduce you to how companies are using IBM Watson IoT Predictive Maintenance and Optimization with Maximo to identify and manage asset reliability risks that could adversely affect plant or business operations. IBM PMO with Maximo applies machine learning to prescribe actions based on predictive scoring, identifies factors that positively and negatively influence asset health and delivers a detailed comparison of historical factors affecting asset performance.
Speaker: Kyle Harding, IBM
Speaker: Darlene Nerden, IBM
Overview: In this session will we cover reasons to upgrade to Maximo 7.6, along with planning for you Maximo upgrade. We will cover the upgrade process of Maximo including industry solutions and add-ons. We will also take a look at the new Maximo 7.6 installation process and configuration tool.
Speaker: Janis Thomas, IBM
Overview: Come and learn how IBM clients are leveraging the Accelerated Value Program! With AVP, your single point of contact will provide consultation and advice to evolve your best practices throughout your IBM solution. Even better, your membership to the Maximo Advisory Council will connect you "behind the curtain" to Maximo Development, Product Strategy, and Subject Matter Experts on Maximo technologies.
Speaker: Andrew Lee, IBM
Overview: This session will demonstrate the new business intelligence (BI) capabilities of Maximo 7.6 including Cognos, Maximo BI Packs, Ad Hoc Reporting and KPIs.
Comparisons of the different BI tools and capabilities will also be detailed, along with recommendations on how you can apply them to your unique environment. Additionally, best practices for using these features and detailed reference materials will be provided.
Speaker: Darlene Nerden, IBM
Overview: In this session will review the Maximo architecture and factors that influence performance. We will discuss some details for those factors regarding tuning for a performance impact. We will look at troubleshooting tools and Maximo settings to help identify and resolve a Maximo performance issue.
Speaker: Lacey Radabaugh, IBM
Speaker: Brian Downey, IBM
Overview: Maximo Scheduler provides Planners and Schedulers access to critical factors needed for the creation of an accurate meaningful work schedule. It also accommodates the needs of the Supervisors, Dispatchers, and the Field Technician in an effort to streamline the entire Maximo work management process. Maximo Scheduler Plus extends Maximo Scheduler's capabilities to enable users to manage large complex projects, as well as all planned and unplanned maintenance across either a broad geographic area or where weather plays an important factor in asset availability. With a combination of both Maximo Scheduler Plus and Maximo Scheduler, end-to-end work management can be accomplished using a single system of record.
Content: This session will provide an overview of Maximo Scheduler and Maximo Scheduler Plus, cover what's new in the latest 7.6.7 release, as well as the future direction of these offerings. Attendees will learn how Scheduler Plus and Scheduler can help streamline their maintenance and service scheduling practices through:
- Graphically managing short/mid/long term work including complex projects
- Integrating weather data with Maximo work planning, scheduling, assigning and dispatching
- An intuitive appointment booking application
- Automated scheduling and assignment of work