Take a Closer Look at IBM Maximo for Nuclear

Posted by Dianne DePuy on August 23, 2018

  The United States has used nuclear power for more than 60 years to produce reliable, low-carbon energy and to support national defense activities. Nuclear power offers a unique combination of attributes that are especially suited to improving our nation's energy infrastructure.

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Topics: IBM Maximo, Maximo for Nuclear

So, What is a Compatible Unit?

Posted by Richard Pike on June 5, 2018

At a High Level Compatible Units (CUs alternately referred to as Estimating Units, Assemblies, Kits, Standards, etc.)  have been used in the electric, gas, and telecom utility industry (primarily in Distribution) for well over 50 years.  In the simplest form, a CU is comprised [...]

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Topics: compatible unit, IBM Maximo, FERC

Are You Getting the MOST Out of Your Maximo System? A Full Overview of Asset Life cycle Management

Posted by Richard Pike on October 25, 2017

Most utilities with T&D distributed assets want to be able to fully understand the condition of their system and move from being reactive to being proactive in addressing identified deficiencies. These utilities with thousands of miles of line and millions of individual assets require considerable [...]

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Topics: Asset Lifecycle, Asset Lifecycle Management, IBM Maximo

what does 'good' look like? Using KPIs to define and measure success

Posted by Lauren Poole on July 24, 2017

Think back to your last project or initiative? How did it go? Did you respond well? How do you know it was a success? Perhaps you’ve heard rumors that everyone is using the system and that one manager that was vocal seems quiet now and, dare you say, happy. Or, perhaps your training surveys showed [...]

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Topics: KPI, KPIs, IBM Maximo, Performance Management

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