IBM Maximo Asset Management is a comprehensive enterprise asset and service management solution for managing physical assets on a common platform in asset-intensive industries. It helps manage all types of critical assets across the enterprise including plant, production, infrastructure, facilities, transportation and communications from a single system. This holistic approach not only ensures visibility and control of asset conditions and processes for the user but also increases productivity and lowers downtime.
ValuD and Maximo
As a Gold Accredited IBM TRIRIGA Business Partner, ValuD has had a long standing and successful relationship with IBM and has been continuously striving hard to achieve excellence in the RE/FM area. With more and more clients opting to integrate their facilities management software with an EAM solution, ValuD has expanded its offerings to include IBM Maximo so that we can keep up our promise to deliver the best value to our customers.
Maximo is easily deployable on the cloud and can be a software-as-a-service (SaaS) offering. It can also be deployed on premises and can be accessed from any device. Having been built on J2EE-based Service-Oriented Architecture, Maximo can provide utmost value to the organization since the enhanced SOA can help reduce long term information system costs and also ensure compatibility with contemporary software systems.
- Deep vertical specific asset management functionality – Life Sciences, Nuclear Power, Oil and Gas, Transportation, Utilities and Government.
- Open standards – J2EE-based Service Oriented Architecture
- Cost efficient integration with existing software systems such as General Ledger, ERP, GIS, Document Management and CCTV inspection systems
- Fully supports any asset management process without the need for coding customization
- Advanced reporting capabilities – BIRT reports
The IBM Maximo Asset Management enterprise suite comes with six management modules to support your asset management needs.
The Asset Management module helps users to more efficiently track and manage asset and location data throughout the asset lifecycle. Be it failure reporting, condition monitoring, meters or just normal tracking of asset details and locations, IBM Maximo ensures users are in control of all their assets.
Right from initial work request and work order generation through completion and recording of actuals, the Work Manager helps work planners to manage both planned and unplanned maintenance activities. Not only can users analyze resources, inventory and equipment use and costs (using tracking tools), but they can also optimize maintenance schedules and labor use (with the graphical assignment manager) to assign the right person with the right skills to the right job. Preventative maintenance activities can also be scheduled thereby reducing unplanned downtime and reactive maintenance activities.
The Service Management system allows users to create and track service requests as well as update open service requests. Users can apply service management best practices by clearly defining service offerings, establish service level agreements (SLAs), more proactively monitor service level delivery against established metrics and also implement escalation procedures.
The Contract Management system helps users to have better control over vendor contracts and provides complete support for purchase, lease, rental, warranty, labor rate, software, master, blanket and user-defined contracts. Users can identify unreliable vendors or low-quality products and even reference SLA performance metrics by linking SLAs to vendor contracts (contract correlation), apply standardized policies across the organization (terms and conditions library), and receive automatic alerts and notifications.
The Inventory Management functionality records material movements and adjustments, allowing for real-time inventory tracking, reporting and auditing. Users can optimize and plan inventory to meet maintenance demand and also reduce costs by eliminating excess or obsolete inventory thereby streamlining the Inventory Management process.
The Procurement Management system supports all the phases of enterprise-wide procurement such as direct purchasing and inventory replenishment. Users can use the Vendor Management and vendor performance analysis tools to analyze vendor reliability and inventory quality, schedule automated procurement to improve purchasing efficiency and measure procurement performance using in-built analysis tools through the procurement management system.