Baby goats need Maximo too
Mary Gorczynski 1100006B54 firstname.lastname@example.org | | Tags:  service-management eam ibmeam goats maximo video agriculture ibmontwitter ibmsoftware tivoli assetmgmt asset-management software donna-hagemann
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I know that most of you have been anxiously waiting for the 2nd installment of our 'If only I had Maximo' campaign........dare I say on the edge of your seats to see what the creative juices would produce! You are probably thinking 'how will they top the Lawn Care scenario' link
And trust me, it was tough to compete with Ron Wallace's fancy watch & shirt in the Lawn Video, but we have done our best.
In today's installment we are basically replicating the Brazilian Confederation of Agriculture and Livestock (CNA) (actual Maximo client) scenario that we discussed here , just on a smaller 'home' scale. Farms of all sizes need to maintain their livestock, from feeding to monitoring weight; from vaccinating to quarantining, all in order to optimize profits and comply with the government regulations relevant to their business (local or global).
In this scenario we look at how a small goat farm with only 103 goats operates using manual processes. If only they had Maximo! Take a look:
As you consider your submissions to speak at Pulse which is due November 7th, also be thinking of how you could capture a home video for our Pulse 'If only I had Maximo' video campaign link. I wake up everyday thinking of scenarios around the house & I challenge you to capture your home video & submit it.
Who doesn't want their 5 mins of IBM Pulse fame?