Meeting Details:

When: July 21, 2016; 9:30am to 4:00pm
Venue: Raytheon
Address: 12792 Research Parkway Room A & B, Orlando, FL 32826

Breakfast and lunch are provided by our sponsors: DataSpliceCohesive SolutionsSolufyStarboard Consulting

Announcing the new Southern Florida Maximo Users Group. We hope you can join us at the inaugural Meeting on June 8, hosted by Broward County Water and Wastewater Services.

 

Current topics:

Presentations:
Water and Wastewater Services Go Mobile with Maximo to Increase Efficiency and Reduce Paper (PMs); Carol Moskowitz Broward County

Leveraging CMMS Data to Create Predictive Maintenance Plans: Ethan Croop, Lee County Port Authority

Presentation: Maximo Performance Tuning: Darlene Nerden, IBM

Breakout: Managing Physical Asset Inventory

Meeting Details:

When: June 8, 2016
Time: 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM (EDT)
Where: Broward County Water and Wastewater Services Building 2
2555 W. Copans Road,
Pompano Beach , FL 33069

 

DataSplice, Camcode, Solufy, and Starboard Consulting

Join us for the next NorCal Maximo Users Group Meeting, hosted by Sonoma County Water Agency at their Redwoods Conference Rooms on October 6, 2016

Time: 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM (PDT)

Location: Sonoma County Water Agency

     Redwoods Conference Rooms
     404 Aviation Boulevard
     Santa Rosa, CA 95403  

Presentations: We currently are seeking presentations on Asset Management and how you use Maximo. Your participation helps make our meetings successful!

Register: http://norcalmugf16.eventbrite.com

The 2016 Colorado Maximo Users Group meeting will be at Anythink Wright Farms in Thornton. We hope you’ll join us on October 6, 2016.

Time: 9:30 am to 3:30 pm

Register: https://colomugf16.eventbrite.com

Location: Anythink Wright Farms 
     5877 East 120th Avenue
     Thornton, CO 80602

Presentations: We currently are seeking presentations on Asset Management and how you use Maximo. Your participation helps make our meetings successful!

Sponsored by DataSpliceCohesive SolutionsMaven Asset Management, and Solufy

Join us for a joint Meeting of the Chicago Area and Michigan Maximo Users Group. We are looking to re-energize our communities, and bringing a larger range of industries and experiences will help us accomplish that.

WHEN: Thursday, September 8, 2016 from 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM (EDT)

WHERE: Herman Miller, Inc. – 855 East Main Street , Zeeland, MI 49464

REGISTER: http://chimimugf16.eventbrite.com

User groups are about the End User Experience, and sharing those Maximo tidbits with your collegues, and we hope you will be able to attend. 

Call for User Presentations:

End users are invited to submit a presentation that outlines your organizations use of Maximo and any specific or unique efforts you’ve employed that have made a difference.

Listed below are some sample topics, please feel free to pick any one of them or provideYOUR OWN relevant topic that may be of interest to your peers.

  • Effectively Capturing Asset Details
  • Making Maximo Work in Your Organization Expanding Beyond the Maximo Asset Management Base
  • When to Bring in Outside Expertise to Maximize Return on Investment
  • Keeping Asset Management Simple
  • Analyzing all of that Asset Related Data

Send your ideas to kpullen@datasplice.com

The next IAM USA New York Branch meeting is taking place on May 25th, 2016.

It will be held at The CUNY Graduate Centre, 365 Fifth Avenue 8th Floor, New York New York 10016.

Learn more from this video: https://vimeo.com/161478142

Join The Institute of Asset Management (IAM) New YorkÂ’s spring event to network with fellow peers in the asset management community, and discuss strategies for adoption and implementation of asset management standards, including the ISO 55000 Standards.

Subject matter expert Jim Whitaker, president and CEO of Facilities Engineering and member of the ISO 55000 Standards committee, will share the latest updates on the ISO 55000 guidelines and principles.

Also hear from Richard Edwards, president of The Institute of Asset Management, joined by a panel of senior leaders from public and private organizations, who will discuss how asset management standards have impacted their organizations, and how they are leveraging the latest innovations and technologies to enhance their asset management practices.

Attendance to the event is free of charge, but we ask that you register your own place to help us accommodate for everyone.

 
No matter your overall industry, every organization has a facility. Attend the Facilities Management Maximo Users Group conference, featuring workshops, presentations, and networking opportunities; all geared toward the facilities market.
 
FMMUG has over 200  Facilities Organizations: more than any other Maximo Facilities Group. Connect with your peers who understand your use cases and daily operations.
 
Experts will be on hand to show you the latest software, from Maximo 7.6+, to add on products, hardware, and training programs.
 
Attendees are able to take one free certification test, compliments of IBM. This $200 value is included with all three and four day packages. Save 50% on additional tests.

The Spring SCMUG meeting in March 10: Please Register!

Meeting Details:

When: March 10th, 2016
Time: 7:30 am – 2:00 pm
Where: JD Morgan Center at UCLA (Map) Use Parking Structures 8 or 9
Registrations are now open:  http://scmugs16.eventbrite.com

We’ll be introducing our new chair people, Alex Pena and Sergio Escalante

Other agenda items:

Maximo Training Simulation System Introduction Big Data University
and Maximo 7.6 Training Simulation System: Rick White, IBM

Group Workshop/Discussion: Improving Asset Management Practices.
Discussion Leader: Sergio Escalante

Topics we’ll discuss:

  • How do you define Assets in your organization
  • Do you use intelligent numbers?
  • Asset Heirarchy strategies
  • Condition Monitoring
  • Secondary System Integration

Register at: https://scmug-w16.eventbrite.com

As per our other meetings, there is no charge for the meeting, plus a complimentary continental breakfast and lunch are included.
Sponsors: DataSplice, Fields Consulting, Solufy

PANMU’s next meeting is at City of Bellevue on May 12, 2016, from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM. 

Location:

Bellevue City Hall
450 110th Ave NE
Bellevue, WA

Register: https://panmu-s16.eventbrite.com

Current Proposed Agenda:

* 9:00 AM – Sign-up, Coffee and refreshments (sponsored by TRM)

* 9:15 AM – Introductions (attendee introductions as well)
Ray Hahne – PANMU Facilitator

Every company should share with the group what they are working on and what they hope to learn today

* 9:30 AM – IBM presentation – Maximo highlights and Cognos reporting

Doug Giannotti and Robert Blain, IBM Maximo Sales Engineers

* 10:30 AM – Mobile vendors expo

There are several mobile vendors attending, and they will each be asked to do short introductory demos/presentations on what differentiates their solutions.  IBM, Interloc, DataSplice, MarshallGIS

* 11:50 AM – Round table question and answer session with the vendors –  IBM, Interloc, DataSplice, MarshallGIS, TRM.   Interested attendees can continue into lunch hour.

* 12:15 PM – Box Lunch (provided by Total Resource Managment TRM)

* 1:15 PM – Maximo data quality and its effect on reliability
Paul Lennon, Generation Plant supervisor, Portland General Electric

* 2:15 PM – Breakout Sessions

Planning,  scheduling, asset management.  Chelan will discuss Maximo Scheduler  (side 1)

IT Issues, system performance, v7 upgrades, Maximo for IT Help Desk (side 2)

* 3:00 PM – Final Roundtable Discussions

Maximo users should bring up any topic for the group.  More on scheduler tools if requested.

* 3:45 PM – Wrap up and ideas for next meeting

* 4:00 PM –  adjourn, optional networking time

Date/Time/Location:
Thursday, May 12th 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM

City of Bellevue offices
(City Hall is located at 450 110th Ave. NE
(Northeast Fourth Street and 110th Avenue Northeast) in downtown Bellevue, near the Bellevue Transit Center, a block west of Interstate 405)

**** When you get to City Hall,  the conference room will then be straight to the back of the first floor and to your left.  You will likely have to pay for parking, using one of the surrounding paid lots.  Please don’t use their customer parking.

Vendors doing presentations –  be sure to show up by 8:30 for technical setup.  There is no room for a vendor show room this time unfortunately.  If any vendor can provide a Maximo Scheduler trainer, we could likely schedule a Bellevue training room full with attendees on the 11th or 13th.  Let us know.

Sign up through Eventbrite: https://panmu-s16.eventbrite.com.   There is lots of room, so signup will not be absolutely required, like it was at IBM’s offices.

Questions, ideas, or want to become a PANMU Board member?  Contacts:

Ray Hahne, Chelan County PUD – Facilitator  (ray@chelanpud.org)
Robert Bleiler, SPU – Board Member (Robert.Bleiler@seattle.gov)
Brendalynn Taulelei, Port of Seattle – Board Member (Taulelei@portseattle.org)
Daxu Cho, Portland General Electric – Board Member (Daxu.Cao@pgn.com)

The next NorCalMUG meeting will be held in the Historic Tower Theater in Roseville, and is hosted by the City of Roseville.
WHEN:
Wednesday, March 23, 2016 from 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM (PDT)
WHERE:
Historic Tower Theater – 417 Vernon Street Roseville, CA 95678

Spring Meeting Theme: “Optimizing Supply Chain and Procurement, Assets and Work Management”

Discussion Workshop Topics:

“Purchasing and Procurement”

  • Introducing new KPIs
  • Supplier relations 
  • Electronic-procurement systems
  • Contracts
  • Product Information 
  • Purchasing fully integrated with Store Rooms 
  • Deliveries

“San Francisco Public Utilities Purchasing Process Flow” 

  • Purchase Requisition MODULE
  • PROP Q (ALL PURCHASES UNDER $10k)
  • Purchasing Cycle SOP Driver Map
  • MAXIMO Status Flow – Purchase Requisition Module

“Asset Management”

  • Accurate Depreciation Tracking
  • Start Your asset tracking out right
  • Hardware and software tools for asset management
  • Capturing or updating assets and details in the field

“Watson Analytics to add value to your reporting with predictive capabilities”

  • IBM presents on the latest reporting with predictive analytics

 “Work Types Key Foundation of Asset Performance”

  • Importance of Work Types in Maximo
  • How Many Work types?
  • Measuring Maintenance Effectiveness
  • Reporting Maintenance Costs
Sponsors: DataSplice, Fields Consulting, Solufy.
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