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What's new in IBM Maximo Anywhere 7.5.2?
New features in IBM® Maximo Anywhere 7.5.2 improve the efficiency of work execution, inspections, physical count tasks conducted by mobile technicians. We also introduce capabilities greatly enhancing Anywhere implementation and administration.
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New Module added to the Technical Simulation training for IBM Maximo Asset Management 7.6.
A new Items Master training module has been added to the Maximo 7.6 training. The training simulations have a short lecture, an exercise and end with a short quiz. Each simulation will take approximately 20-30 minutes to complete and can be repeated as many times as necessary. The training is open to all internals, Business Partners and Customers at no cost. Please share this link with those who can benefit from this training. Additional modules will be added, so please bookmark the URL.
Items Master Module topics and simulations include:
Inventory Records and Application
Item Master Application
Units of Measure and Conversion Factors
Creating a Rotating Item
Creating a Non-Rotating Item
Item Assembly Structures
Setting Up Condition Codes
Tools and Stocked Tools
IBM Maximo for Aviation MRO V7.6 helps improve aircraft maintenance, repair, and operations.
IBM Maximo for Aviation MRO V7.6 delivers comprehensive lifecycle management and maintenance management for both rotary and fixed wing aircraft that helps commercial and government organizations improve aircraft availability, improve asset life, and lower the cost of operation. It offers a user interface based on the language and terminology of the aviation industry, advanced configuration management of software and hardware, analytic driven activity scheduling, and mobile applications to improve the efficiency the maintenance team.
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Delivering value with asset management supporting the ISO 55000 standard
According to ISO 55000, an asset is a “thing, an item or an entity that has actual or potential value.” Consider that these assets might include IBM Maximo data, your maintenance technicians and their knowledge and so on. ISO 55000 questions whether you are managing all of these as you would a physical asset and sees asset management as a coordinated set of activities to realize that value.
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