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IBM Maximo Customer & Business Partner Development Panels

So this just happened: A few weeks ago, Perficient was asked to present at the Indianapolis Maximo Users Group (IMUG) and found an intriguing subject regarding the newly released Work Center and Inspection capabilities in Maximo. These are new and evolving capabilities and designed to make things even easier for workers and managers alike. The IMUG is another great Maximo User Group community drawing in great local skills from the local businesses.

During the prep time Chad Stringer, Lead Technical Consultant at Perficient, was able to connect with the IBM software developers and in return received a request to join their development panels. What a great privilege and honor to help direct product development and demonstrate the capabilities to others!

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Learning and expanding his knowledge, Chad was able to create and then present the included presentation on current and potential future capabilities within the Work Center and Inspection capabilities. These new capabilities are good looking, easy to understand and reasonably simple to configure. There are different capabilities based on the version of Maximo you’re running and they are all on the 7.6.x system.

The current forms still have some gaps and development is aware. The upcoming release due in December, 2017 should demonstrate vast improvements. Once the new release is up, we’ve had a chance to load it and get it setup, we’ll find a way to promote it to others that are interested. If you are one of those, please contact us!

Click here for the presentation Chad presented at this years IMUG conference.

Regarding the panel, we’ll be part of the review and consideration of future capabilities. Keep sending in your enhancement requests and hopefully we’ll see many of them in later releases in the years to come.

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