The next NorCalMUG Bay area meeting will be held at the University of California-San Francisco.

Breakfast and Lunch will be provided by our sponsors. This meeting is free of charge to associated Maximo users.

Our meeting will be held in conjunction with Fleet Week:

Where: University of California San Francisco
Building: Genentech Hall, Byers Hall Auditorium
600 16th Street (See parking information below)
San Francisco, CA
When: Oct 6, 2017, 8:30 am – 2:30 pm

Current Agenda:

Master PMs. PMs and Job Plans, Work Orders
Presented by Golden Gate Transportation

User Adoption – Demystifying the Training Process
Presented by UCSF Facilities Customer Service & Technology

Solutions to bridge the gap for field users:

    • Training (Project schedule, Training Videos, Follow-up)
    • Tools (Mobile Devices, Mobile Device Mgmt., Communication Tools, Barcodes, Mobile application, File Repository/Mgmt.)
    • Newsletter
    • Website
    • Training the trainers
    • Early adoption for new employees
    • 1:1 training for technophobes

End user’s favorite tips, tricks and road blocks
Discussion group topic

Maximo Jeopardy
Hosted by UCSF Facilities Customer Service & Technology

Call for presentations and discussion group leaders is still open – Please contact Scott Schilling for presentation or discussion group topics you would be interested in leading for our Fall 2017 meeting –

Sponsors: DataSpliceSolufyFields Consulting and BPD Zenith


The Fall 2017 Texas Maximo Users Group Meeting will be hosted by the Trinity River has been postponed, due to the conditions and on going relief efforts around the state.

New dates will be posted for our Spring 2018 meeting

Sponsors: DataSplice, Solufy, Cohesive

Join us October 13, as the Massachusetts Port Authority hosts this year’s New England Maximo Users Group.

Massachusetts Port Authority Logan Rental Car Center
15 Transportation Way East Noddle Island Room
Boston, MA 02128
Friday, October 13, 2017 from 8:00 AM to 2:30 PM (EDT)


We are accepting presentations from end users: Let us know how you use Maximo! Send your ideas and topics to:

Current Topics:

Maximo Work Centers and New User Experience
Pam Denny, IBM

Maximo Health, Safety and Environment
Kyle Harding, IBM

Control Log Applications
Zakiya Ming, Massport

Massport Tour:
Car Rental Center/Fleet Operations

Sponsors: JFC and AssociatesCohesive Solutions,  and DataSplice

Our hosts for the next Colorado Maximo user group meeting is the U.S. Antarctic Program/ Leidos

Join us on September 14, 2017

Leidos Innovation/ASC
McMurdo Auditorium
7400 S. Tucson Way
Centennial, CO  80112-3938

We are currently looking for presentations. If you would be willing to share your Maximo story with us, please let us know.

Currently Scheduled:

Supporting the Antarctic Support Contract
Lynn Sprowles, Leidos

IBM Maximo Work Centers and New User Experience
Tim Collins, IBM

Maximo Transportation
Trevan Allinger, PAE

Query Based Reporting: Real Life Examples
USBR, Sanofi with intro from TTC

Register today:

Sponsors: DataSplice, Cohesive, Solufy, Maven Asset Management, Technology Training and Consulting

The next Southern Californa Maximo User Group (SCMUG) meeting is scheduled for September 20, 2017 and we have a new venue.

Orange County Sanitation District.
10844 Ellis Ave
Board Room
Fountain Valley, CA 92708

Currently Scheduled:

Mobile deployment 10 years after (lessons learned from an early adopter) and next generation mobile
Metropolitan Water District of Southern California

Mobile Solution for Maximo at UCLA
Trinh Lam, University of California at Los Angeles

LAUSD Service Call Process
Danny Lu, Los Angeles Unified School District

Maximo Work Centers and New User Experience
Frank Henry, IBM

Start thinking on your organization’s utilization of Maximo – any specific effort that has made a difference!! Your peers have the similar thoughts and business interests in that room. We need your assistance to provide content for our meetings.

Our thanks to Robert Michaels and Pongsakdi Cady for hosting the meeting at their site.

Registration is now open:

Venue: Orange County Sanitation District
Time: 7:30 am to 2:00 pm
Date: September 20, 2017

Sponsors: DataSplice, Cohesive Solutions, Solufy and Fields Consulting

We hope you will join us for the next Greater Atlanta Maximo User Group

Where: Cobb County Water System offices.
662 South Cobb Dr Marrietta, GA 30060
Time: 8:00 am to 3:00 pm. Breakfast and Lunch will be provided

Current Topics:

City of Atlanta’s path to Maximo 7.6
Nathaniel Kifle-ab, City of Atlanta

IBM Start Centers and End User Experience
Ed Warnick, IBM

Implementing a National CMMS
Damon Cantrell, GSA

Preventive Maintenance/Readings
PM work orders – Obtain readings and complete PM work


We are currently looking for End User presentations. Please consider presenting, or moderating a round table discussion. Please send us your topics!

Thank you to our sponsors: DataSplice, and Cohesive

This is a great educational event with connections to your Maximo user community.

Registrations are now open:

Portland General Electric – 2WTC Plaza conference room
121 SW Salmon St Downtown Portland
Friday, July 28th 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM

Lunch Sponsored by Accenture

Mobile Maximo solutions demoed during lunch by IBM, Interloc, DataSplice, and MarshallGIS

Mark your calendars and let’s have a meeting in Portland this time!

Sign up on Eventbrite at:

Preliminary Meeting Agenda:

  • 8:30 AM – Sign-up, Coffee and refreshments (provided by PGE)
  • 8:45 AM – PANMU Introduction and attendee introductions
    (Facilitator, Ray Hahne, Chelan PUD)
  • 9:15 AM – Safety Moments and Welcome fto PGE  (PGE, Shruthi Murthy)
  • 9:30 AM – Presentation from PGE IT (PGE, Kathy Terman, IT App Delivery Director)
  • 9:45 AM – IBM Future Roadmap for Maximo (IBM, Robert Blain & Lisa Stuckless)
  • 10:45 AM – Break
  • 11:00 AM – MaxAssist Integrated Tutorial Module (TRM, Tina Sage)
  • 11:30 AM – Update on Enterprise Mobility and Asset Mgt Enhancements
    (City of Bellevue)
  • 12:00 PM – Box lunch (provided by Accenture)

(Network and meet mobility vendors in Plaza area)

  • 1:00 PM – Asset Health Condition Assessments Using Meters (Chelan PUD, Ray Hahne)
    (Optional informal presentation, or continue with demos in the Plaza area)
  • 1:30 PM – PGE Maximo/ArcGIS GWD Compatible Unit Integration (Jake Lang, PGE GIS Project Owner,
    Ashleigh Bravo, PGE Maximo Product owner, Nick Noble, Accenture Senior Manager)
  • 2:15 PM – Break
  • 2:30 PM –Breakout Sessions

1. Planning, scheduling, asset management (Space 1)
2. IT Issues, system performance, v7.6 upgrades, Maximo for IT Help Desk (Space2)

  • 3:15 PM – Final Roundtable Discussions
    Maximo users should bring up any topic for the group
  • 3:45 PM – Wrap up, and ideas for next meeting
  • 4:00 PM – Networking time

Please submit ideas to me ahead of time for topics to bring up in the roundtable discussion.

Questions, ideas, or want to become a PANMU Board member? Contacts:
Ray Hahne, Chelan County PUD – Facilitator (
Daxu Cao, PGE – Board Member (
Uma Singh, City of Bellevue – Board Member (


This is a no-cost event. R.S.V.P. through this Eventbrite site.
Please contact facilitators, if you have ideas or want to volunteer for a presentation:
Ray Hahne




We hope you will join us for the next Greater Atlanta Maximo User Group

When: April 27, 2017
Where: Cobb County Water System offices.
662 South Cobb Dr Marrietta, GA 30060
Time: 8:00 am to 3:00 pm. Breakfast and Lunch will be provided


This is a great educational event with connections to your Maximo user community.


  • Cobb County End User Spotlight: Bart Hewitt
  • Westar Energy’s implementation of Maximo, presented by Dale Chirico
  • Quick and Dirty BIRT Reporting for Maximo, presented by Cullen Bond
  • IBM Maximo Work Centers and New User Experience, presented by Ed Warnick and Ron Lazlo
  • The Soft Side of Maximo Projects (Project Managment), presented by Lauren Poole
  • Mobile Best Practices Round Table: Moderator: Rick White

Thank you to our sponsors: DataSplice and Cohesive

The next Florida (Orlando) Maximo Users Group meeting has been announced.

When: January 25, 2018
Venue: Raytheon
Address: 12792 Research Parkway Room A & B, Orlando, FL 32826

Registrations now open:

 Maximo Work Centers and New User Experience
     Jeffrey McGarry, IBM

Is it an upgrade or a do over? 5.2 to 7.6
Doug Menefee and Kathy Seabrook, Jaxport

A 10 Year Journey through Mobile Maximo Systems
Yvonne Clay, GOAA

Automating Work Orders
Jamey Harris, Raytheon

We are currently looking for End User presentations. Consider presenting, or moderating a round table discussion. Please send us your topics!

Please carpool as much as possible to reduce the impact on Raytheon’s parking.

Breakfast and lunch are provided by our sponsors: DataSpliceCohesive SolutionsSolufy, Starboard Consulting and Maven Asset Management

Walk ins are not permitted

The Spring 2071 NYMUG was held February 16, 2017 from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm

Presentations may be downloaded here:
You must be registered and logged in to see the attachments.

Our host will be Consolidated Edison:

Consolidated Edison of New York
4 Irving Place
New York, New York

The theme for the meeting is Work Management and Asset Health.

Presentations include:

Capturing Event Details to Support Evolving Asset Management:
Bob Fyke, Consolidated Edison
Capturing important details of an asset is key to improving reliability and servicing the needs of Con Edison’s territory. By improving data capture effectiveness, Con Ed has improved the accuracy of its asset records, the quality of work in the field, and the documentation of compliance items. An improved Asset Management program is the result.

Utilizing Mobility for Safety and Regulatory Compliance:
Ilya Yermolenko, New York Power Authority
By improving the accuracy and consistency of field data collection and dissemination, NYPA improved field crew and planner efficiency, enabling timely post-inspection creation of work orders. The accurate collection of inspection data lessens the probability of NERC regulatory fines.

Group Discussion:Methods to Manage and Improve Asset Health.

When New Assets go into Service

During Maintenance Events

Capturing and Using Useful Data

Empowering Asset Decision Makers

Analyzing Information to Drive Asset Improvement: Jim Seeber, IBM
This presentation will focus on IBM’s offering, Maximo Asset Health Insights, which combines data from sensors on assets, operational systems, weather data and work history. It then applies formulas and analytics to calculate health scores for assets.

Group Discussion:Analyzing and Utilizing Information


Sponsors: DataSplice, Solufy, JFC and Associates, P2Insight

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