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Presentations

2017 Winter

Scheduling Best Practices leat to Reliability Centered Maintenance – Solufy Information Technologies, Richard Almendarez

Reliability Centered Maintenance – Cohesive Information Solutions, Russ Anderton

Mobile Inventory Program Optimization – DataSplice, Scott Schilling

Asset Health Insights – IBM, Kevin Egge

Operationalized HSE in Action – Aquitas Solutions, Ray Miciek

Maximo Mobile options using Interloc’s Mobile Informer – Interloc Solutions, Jason VenHuizen

2016 Summer

Orbital ATK Maximo and BIRT CustomizationsATK, Sandy Allred

Work Order Notifications and EscalationsU of U Hospital, Mike Schouten

Automatic Completion of WO’s using Craft Complete Field – Automated PO to Vendor SendingBig West Oil, Karl Halling

Beyond the Technical Upgrade: Enabling Maximo 7.6 to Improve Asset ReliabilityABS/Genesis Solutions, Randolf Hernandez

Maximo Work Centers, Watson Analytics, Maximo Everyplace, Maximo Release Life-CycleCohesive Information Solutions, Russ Anderton

Job Plan Best PracticesSolufy Information Technologies, Matt Midas

Work Scheduling and Metrics – Dean Fluor, Will Leonard

Maximo 7.6 Overview – IBM, Paul Labascio

Why Archive? – Maxis Technologies, Keith Hildreth / Steve Cornell

Work Flow Do’s and Don’tsAquitas Solutions, Mike Lorden

Simplifying the User Experience by Blending Data – Datasplice, Scott Schilling

IoT Realized – Delivering Asset Health InsightsSchad Automation, Dave O’Reilly

Bonus:  SCHAD Webinar provided by Aquitas Solutions

2016 Winter

Maximo Online Training – Cohesive Information Solutions, Russ Anderton, IBM, Rick White

Using Mobile Devices for Maximo Inventory and Tool Management at San Francisco Public Utilities Commission Wastewater Enterprise – DataSplice, Scott Schilling

Predictive and Preventive MaintenanceGenesis Solutions, Jason Smith

An Easy Way to Improve Efficiency – Solufy, Matt Midas

Maximo Tips, Tricks, and Best Practices – Maxis Technology, Keith Hildreth

Reporting – What tool to use and what to report on – Aquitas Solutions, Ed Morris