Pulse 2010 Call for Papers: EAM Stream
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This entry comes from Rob Bloom.
The Pulse 2010 Call for Papers tool is now open! Six sub-tracks to choose from under the EAM Stream. Accepted papers receive a free pass to the event and are eligible for the annual maintenance best practices award.
1. Asset Management Best Practices
What is your maintenance management strategy for production, facilities, and transportation assets? In this track we are looking for certain techniques, processes, activities, and or incentives deemed to be extremely effective/efficient in delivering world-class maintenance at your plant or facility. Presentations should highlight quantitative and qualitative ROI and Return on Asset (ROA) data such as equipment uptime, inventory carrying costs, labor utilization, and regulatory compliance. Other areas may include training, application consolidation, integration to condition monitoring, and organizational structure and function distribution.
2. Implementation & Upgrades
In this track we are looking for IBM Maximo Asset Management version 6 or 7 customers to share their implementation or upgrade story from legacy versions. We are particularly interested in hearing about the planning, tools and tasks involved, post implementation/upgrade review, and the improvements you have leveraged in architecture, functionality, security, and scalability.
3. Maximo Functional Sessions
The functional sessions are designed to be co-presented by an IBM Maximo subject matter expert and a Maximo client or group of users on a panel to provide a dual perspective: learning and training from the Maximo presenter, and real-world experiences from the client. Areas of interest may include: IBM Maximo solutions for mobile, linear, spatial, navigator, scheduling, asset configuration manager, service provider, service request manager, industry solutions, and Tivoli Asset Management for IT. Clients submitting an abstract will be mapped with the appropriate IBM subject matter expert.
4. Maximo Technical Sessions
The technical sessions are designed to be co-presented by an IBM Maximo subject matter expert and a Maximo client or group of users on a panel to provide a dual perspective: learning and training from the Maximo presenter, and real-world experiences from the client. Areas of interest may include: workflow, reporting, migration, monitoring, archiving, and integration. Clients submitting an abstract will be mapped with the appropriate subject matter expert
5. Maximo Utility Working Group (MUWG)
IBM is pleased to announce that the Maximo Utility Working Group (MUWG) will once again be integrated into the Pulse curriculum. Celebrating its 12th year, the MUWG agenda will focus on electric, gas, water and wastewater presentations and incorporate the new Maximo Supply Chain Users Group presentations. Waves of change brought by deregulation, globalization, restructuring, increasing competition, and new environmental/regulatory requirements have brought new challenges to this industry and put business operations at center stage.
6. Smarter Asset Management for Your Industry
Asset management in a smarter planet continues to drive the need for significant depth of capabilities for various industries especially when it comes to managing operational technology, smart devices and large volumes of data to gain competitive advantage. In this track we would like to hear from: Energy, Manufacturing, Transportation, Chemicals & Petroleum, Mining, Life Sciences, Telecom, Finance, and Public Sector – including State, Local, and Federal Government users, on how you have addressed your industry specific challenges with IBM Maximo Asset Management.
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