Come See us at Fall MUWG 2015 in San Antonio

The MaxInsight team is attending the MAXIMO Utility Working Group (MUWG) Fall 2015 Conference in San Antonio, TX on September 22nd to 23rd. Lead consultants will provide live MaxInsight demonstrations.

The MAXIMO Utility Working Group (MUWG) is an industry group representing over 145 utility companies, counties and cities throughout the U.S., Canada, China, South Africa, Pakistan, Japan, and the Caribbean that exchange information related to the implementation and application of the MAXIMO asset management system. Two workshops are held each year, one in the Spring/Summer, the other in Fall/Winter.

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MaxInsight is a feature-rich business intelligence toolkit designed specifically for Maximo users. This comprehensive work management and procurement analytics tool begins providing you with key insights and actionable intelligence right out of the box. MaxInsight can easily be integrated with any other system such as your ERP and financials.

Come See us at IBM Pulse 2014 in Las Vegas

The MaxInsight team is attending the IBM Pulse 2014 conference in Las Vegas, NV onFebruary 23-26, 2013.  Lead consultants will provide live MaxInsight BI demonstrations.

 See the IBM Pulse 2014 MaxInsight video here.

 

 

In order to stay ahead in turbulent times, you need to have a bold approach. Business and IT leaders already leveraging cloud are innovating faster, optimizing better and gaining a competitive edge. Whether your organization is asset rich or born on the cloud, we invite you to join us at Pulse 2014 to explore the latest developments in cloud, security and asset management that can help you drive bold innovations, reach new markets and improve profitability.



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MaxInsight is a feature-rich business intelligence toolkit designed specifically for Maximo users. This comprehensive work management and procurement analytics tool begins providing you with key insights and actionable intelligence right out of the box. MaxInsight can easily be integrated with any other system such as your ERP and financials.

Is ‘Big Data’ too Big?

Right-Sizing Your Maximo BI Strategy
When working with and talking to many Maximo users, one of the most common questions or concerns surrounds the challenge of using data to drive improvement. By improvement, this could mean cost reduction, improved compliance rates, greater asset reliability, increased resource utilization or a host of other areas that impact the user community. As these conversations take place, inevitably the term ‘Big Data’ pops up on the radar. You see it in emails, webinar invites (like this one), industry publications and advertisements. It has become somewhat of a cliché’ that is somehow synonymous with companies using data to better understand general areas for improvement or to address specific competitive challenges facing their industry. While the concept of ‘Big Data’ can be intriguing, the reality is that it can often become an idea so daunting that many organizations simply cannot execute on it. This is particularly true when the focus is centered around CMMS.

As annual budget and organizational business reviews take place, they often result in a collective concern about how technology and data utilization can become a more integral and active part of a larger improvement program or strategy. As that conversation takes place within the business, some of the questions will introduce the concept of business intelligence (BI), metrics, KPIs, reporting and other data management tools. In short – ‘Big Data’. When considering business drivers, some of those questions might be:

  • What are our long-term data management objectives (what do we do with all this data we collect)?
  • How can BI make us more efficient and result in cost savings (or can it)?
  • Is ‘Big Data’ BI really necessary to deliver the information we need in order to make better business decisions?
  • What is the difference between metrics, KPI’s, reports that I can get out of individual systems vs. enterprise solutions and is BI right for us?
  • What is enterprise data warehousing and how does that work with BI to bring value to our business?
  • Have we really evaluated our use of Maximo and the related data capture?
  • Are we prepared to use the data we have available?

In addition to those business questions, technology questions must be addressed as well in order to determine overall viability. Again, when the ‘Big Data’ concept is discussed, a multi-disciplinary team might be required to dissect the different challenges and provide real answers:

  • What are the infrastructure and/or hardware requirements?
  • Do we have the IT resources to build out and support an enterprise BI framework?
  • What are the cost factors we need to consider around cost of entry vs. total cost of ownership? Can these costs be justified and/or recovered through savings?
  • What does ‘Big Data’ mean to my IT budget? What about other important initiatives we want to address?

We cordially invite you to attend the first in a series of 1-hour webinars to address the challenges around BI. The focus of this webinar will be the topics raised above with specific focus on understanding how to get many ‘Big Data’ benefits without the hurdles and roadblocks associated with traditional BI. We will be discussing and showcasing MaxInsight, an intuitive and powerful toolkit for delivering robust work management, asset management, inventory and supply chain metrics utilizing your valuable Maximo data.

Click here to register for webinar on Thursday, January 30th 2014 at 1pm CST.

Come See us at the FMMUG Best Practices Meeting in Las Vegas

The MaxInsight team is attending the Facilities Management Maximo Users Group (FMMUG)
6th Annual Fall 2013 Best Practices Meeting, Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, NV September 15-16, 2013.

MaxInsight will be a lead sponsor for this event and personnel will be available for additional information and discussions.

September 15th, 6-8:00pm, Welcome Reception and Early Registration hosted by MaxInsight.

The mission of the Facilities Management Maximo User Group (FMMUG) is to provide a forum for IBM Maximo users in the facilities management industry to exchange information, methods and experiences. This exchange of information is designed to optimize the use of Maximo’s capabilities.

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MaxInsight is a feature-rich business intelligence toolkit designed specifically for Maximo users. This comprehensive work management and procurement analytics tool begins providing you with key insights and actionable intelligence right out of the box. MaxInsight can easily be integrated with any other system such as your ERP and financials.

Come See us at Spring MUWG 2013 in Portland

The MaxInsight team is attending the MAXIMO Utility Working Group (MUWG) Spring 2013 Conference in Portland, OR on April 30 to May 1 2013. Lead consultants will provide live MaxInsight demonstrations.

The MAXIMO Utility Working Group (MUWG) is an industry group representing over 145 utility companies, counties and cities throughout the U.S., Canada, China, South Africa, Pakistan, Japan, and the Caribbean that exchange information related to the implementation and application of the MAXIMO asset management system. Two workshops are held each year, one in the Spring/Summer, the other in Fall/Winter.

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MaxInsight is a feature-rich business intelligence toolkit designed specifically for Maximo users. This comprehensive work management and procurement analytics tool begins providing you with key insights and actionable intelligence right out of the box. MaxInsight can easily be integrated with any other system such as your ERP and financials.

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