The Pulse of IBM Pulse Continues
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Today's blog comes from Rob Bloom.
IBM Pulse 2011 provided the perfect setting for EAM and Maximo. From the beginning of the event when Amtrak’s Bill Broughton welcomed the nearly 7,000 in attendance to the very last day when Maximo educational seminars were held, EAM and Maximo had an extremely strong presence this year. Most importantly, 123 of our clients actively participated in the agenda and perhaps no better indicator of the prowess of Maximo at the event was in the Maximo Solution Center. Over 1,000 customers visited the Center, there were over 8,500 unique visits Sunday – Wednesday, and customers spent 1,760 hours talking with Maximo SME’s.
But Pulse is not over! Over 400 of the Pulse 2011 sessions were digitally recorded for posting on a dedicated external-facing portal for reference, reuse, and repurpose. You can find audio, video, PPT, and PDF resources, including full sessions transcripts on the Pulse Content Portal now here. You can also continue to find sessions which were Livestreamed here.
As a sample, here's the EAM Track Kickoff.
In reality, Pulse is really just one event in the larger scope of the EAM drumbeat. There are many important initiatives underway to support the Smarter Planet agenda highlighting Maximo’s capabilities, value, and industry domain expertise, and truly establishing a Smarter Buildings/Facilities foothold in marketplace supporting IBM’s bold move from facilities maintenance to facilities management.
When you couple all of this top EAM drivers such as sustainable building operations, smarter assets, aging workforce, aging assets, reporting and analytics, mobile, operational consolidation, and how asset management leverages IPM solutions, you can truly see the importance of EAM and IBM Maximo Asset Management in the marketplace.