Maximo World | August 7-9, 2018 | Orlando, FL

The Cloud Summit | Hosted by Projetech

$100 OFF Registration | Code: MWPROJETECH2018

The Cloud Summit Agenda

  • What to Expect When Moving to the Cloud

    Steve Richmond
    Founder | CEO
    Projetech Inc.

    Tuesday, August 7, 2018 | 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

    This session will show the benefits of employing a cloud solution for Enterprise Asset Management. Some of the key concepts covered include the pros and cons of a cloud environment as well as different deployment possibilities. Cloud computing can provide flexibility, agile “concept to go-live” implementation, and lower capital outlay. There are also the not-so-obvious benefits, such as economies of scale and the professional authority of the software provider. Cloud computing does not come without risk, so discussion will also explore the factors to consider with respect to a cloud EAM solution.

  • 0-60 from Paper to Maximo in the Cloud

    Erica Powell
    Asset Management Specialist
    City of Pompano Beach

    Tuesday, August 7, 2018 | 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

    This presentation covers the City of Pompano Beach’s’ journey to be the first utility in the Southeast to implement Maximo on the Cloud. As part of the multiyear journey to reliability, COPB replaced the existing CMMS with Maximo to standardize processes and align activities across departments. Using a phased approach, COPB began with a single site reuse plant followed by the roll out to one additional treatment plants and the wells & lifts division including mobile.

    Co-Presenter: Brian Harrison | Business Development | EDI

  • Breaking the Paper Habit with IBM Maximo and Maximo Anywhere

    Mark Haag
    Project Manager Maximo & Process Improvement
    WBI Energy

    Wednesday, August 8, 2018 | 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

    This discussion will share our approach to a transformational plan for addressing Regulatory Compliance-based Work Management using IBM Maximo with Anywhere as the primary user interface and a GIS Integration using IBM Maximo Spatial. This plan involved a multipart data transformation from paper records of 30,000+ locations and their respective assets. The year-long implementation included an in-depth reconciliation of the U.S. DOT PHMSA inspection and environmental requirements resulting in the creation of 5,800 preventive maintenance plans, associated routes and 500+ job plans.


    Our journey’s key components included: Change Management for our field workforce, moving away from a paper-based solution to Maximo Anywhere, committing to a cloud-based environment, and the value of training.

    Co-Presenter: Chris Wetsch | Montana Dakota Utilities Resources

  • Creating Inspiring Maintenance Stories Using Maximo in the Cloud

    Rob Potter
    CIO, VP of Business Systems

    Wednesday, August 8, 2018 | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    Skookum utilizes IBM / Maximo and Mobile products to put the best possible tools in the hands of our workforce. Leveraging technology and process improvement demonstrates our ability to help our clients meet their mission while allowing our employees the ability to be as productive as possible. In essence, Maximo provides assistive technology that helps our employees succeed in their jobs. Learn how Skookum has used Maximo in the Cloud to become an award winning work management organization.

  • Why Cloud Maximo Is Better Than On-Premise

    Bryan Crowley
    Railroad Information

    Systems Specialist
    Sonoma-Marin Rail Transit

    Wednesday, August 8, 2018 | 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

    Sonoma Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART) is a new start-up passenger rail service in Marin and Sonoma County California, north of San Francisco. The initial operating segment is 43 miles with 10 stations. The full project will provide 70 miles of passenger rail service. SMART chose MAXIMO as its maintenance management information system and made the decision to go with a cloud based approach from the onset. This decision was made for a few reasons. 1. Accessibility a. SMART has 4 main offices as well as many other locations spread out over its 43 mile right of way. Having a MAXIMO system in the cloud allows MAXIMO to be accessed from any internet connected device, regardless of where on the railroad the worker is 2. Reliability a. Keeping MAXIMO in the cloud guarantees at least a 99.99% uptime. This is critical as SMART operates on a 24/7/365 schedule. Any downtime of MAXIMO at any time would negatively affect our operation. The reliability and redundancy of the cloud virtually eliminates the possibility of this happening. 3. Cost a. A MAXIMO cloud installation allows our cost to scale with our organization. We are only paying for the users that we need. 4. No Maintenance a. A cloud installation for MAXIMO eliminates the onsite hardware requirement of a server, UPS, and other associated IT equipment. SMART has two IT staff for the whole railroad. The decision to go in the cloud over an onsite installation reduces the burden on this staff. Maximo in the cloud was the obvious choice for SMART based on reasons illustrated above. We have, over the past year and a half experienced zero unscheduled downtime, and required no technical work from our IT staff to manage the system in any way.

    Co-Presenter: Rich Poorman | President | ITS

  • Using Maximo in the Cloud to Support Government Facilities Maintenance

    Tori Foley
    Maximo Specialist &

    Project Coordinator
    Projetech Inc.

    Thursday, August 9, 2018 | 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

    Aleut Management Services supports several Government facilities across the country. In this session, you will learn how Maximo in the Cloud assisted Aleut in managing the maintenance at all these sites. They were able to utilize their Maximo solution for a purchasing flow that spans all Sites and is managed from their headquarters in Colorado Springs. The session will explain how the reliability of Maximo as a Service has been invaluable for the Aleut IT Department as they manage an HQ location move and internal application upgrades.

    Co-Presenter: John Bartlett | Aleut

  • Cloud Roundtable: Talk Cloud with the Experts

    Thursday, August 9, 2018 | 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

    Projetech, the MaaS Experts, will be joined with clients and partners to have an open discussion about challenges and best practices when moving to the cloud.

    Various Experts Include:

    • Mark Eaton | VP of Technology | Projetech Inc.
    • Steven Shull | Solution Architect/Development Lead | Projetech Inc.
    • Tyler Caldwell | Infrastructure/Information Security Manager | Projetech Inc.
    • More to come...

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