The Pulse 2011 Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) track will focus on:
- Extending asset lifespan,
- Maximizing ROI/ROA
- Increasing equipment uptime and output quality
- Optimizing labor efficiency
- Improving the management of asset-related parts, material inventory, space planning, and cost control measures
- Special focus will be given to best practices, implementation and upgrades.
We’ll also be taking a deep look into how Maximo’s industry specific functionality is addressing the needs of a multitude of markets. The track will also be composed of a series of functional and technical sessions blanketing everything from mobile to scheduling to service provider.
Critical topics will include asset convergence, application consolidation, prevent safety and regulatory risk, improve compliance management, lean and connected supply chain, informed and collaborative workforce, real-time insight into all physical and IT assets, pro-active vs. reactive maintenance, streamline work order tracking and labor reporting, remote access to asset and work management processes, facilities management, and space planning.
The Pulse 2011 EAM will include the following seven tracks:
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.
Implementation/Upgrades In this track we are looking for IBM Maximo Asset Management version 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.
Introducing IBM Maximo Asset Management 7.5 This track showcases the new functionality that will be delivered in IBM Maximo Asset Management version 7.5. We are specifically looking to secure clients that have served as development partners and wish to share their experiences and input in shaping this release via agile methodologies. Presentations and discussions on collaboration between self-organizing, cross-functional teams, and process adaptability throughout the life-cycle of the project are welcomed as well as discussions on how rapid delivery and high quality software aligns with your end-user needs and your company’s business objectives. These sessions may be teamed with IBM Maximo Asset Management development staff and or be in a panel format.
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.
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 13th 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.
Asset Management for Your Industry Asset management in a smarter planet continues to drive the need for significant breadth and depth of capabilities for various industries. In this track we would like to hear from a multitude of industries: Energy, Manufacturing, Transportation, Chemicals & Petroleum, Mining, Life Sciences, Telecom, Finance, and Public Sector – including State, Local, and Federal Government users, to highlight how you have addressed your industry specific challenges with IBM Maximo Asset Management. We are particularly interested on new possibilities to bring together business and IT assets and identifying how you can reduce costs, lower risks and improve service.
Smarter Buildings In this track we are looking to highlight how you are using asset management to make your building or facility smarter in a reliable, cost effective, and greener/sustainable manner. This may be in the form of managing space usage and occupancy, increasing energy efficiency, and providing reliable operations and improved maintenance. We are particularly interested in hearing how you are using IBM Maximo for Space Management, Maximo for Data Center Infrastructure Management, IBM Maximo Asset Management, Maximo for Energy Optimization, and Maximo for Service Providers.
On 9/15, we will open Pulse 2011 Call for Speakers. We hope you consider sharing your expertise in connecting the system of systems with software that is smart AND secure by design. Here's how you can prepare and submit your papers after 9/22.