Recently I was tasked with making one of 3 fields mandatory on a Maximo application. Doesn’t sound like rocket science, and in the past, my first thought would have been to work out a fun and complicated set of Conditional Expressions. Then I got to thinking, wouldn’t it be easier to just do an If-then […]
Posts Tagged ‘IBM Maximo’
Maximo Application Data Import Export – Data Loading
In this first part of my Maximo Data Loading series, I will cover the Maximo Application Data Import Export functionality. This is great functionality that was introduced in version 7.5, and many today still do not utilize it’s functionality. This allows you to go into any Maximo application, and export data from a query or […]
Maintenance Planning with Important Weather Inputs
Ever wondered what it might be like to schedule your specialized crews with even more knowledge about things they can’t control? How about the LOTO situation where the crew is working around high voltage where wet conditions increase the safety concern? That’s right, I’m talking outside in the elements or where the weather might impact […]
What Does the End of Support for Maximo Mean to You?
Thankfully, it’s the End of Support for Maximo 7.5 – not all versions! Hopefully this isn’t a surprise to anyone and you received the corrected letter from IBM on April 17, 2017. The software withdrawal and support discontinuance includes other products besides Maximo; so you might want to verify other applications aren’t affected. The withdrawal […]
3 reasons to go to Maximo World 2017
It’s back… Y’all remember many years ago when we used to meet at the Dolphin & Swan @ Disney World in Orlando, FL? Hopefully it will be just as exciting (if not more) than it used to be. Come visit with “old” friends and make some new ones while we learn and share knowledge with […]
Top 5 Life Sciences Blog Posts From February 2017
Now that March is here, I thought it would be neat to look back at what our readers found most interesting last month. Below are the top five blog posts Perficient’s life sciences practice wrote in February – they’re ranked in order of popularity, with number one being the most viewed piece. How And Why I Use Oracle VM […]
Asset Management In Life Sciences
My colleague, Chris Bangma, published a blog post last week that touches on how IBM Maximo, a comprehensive asset management system for managing physical assets, can comply with the FDA’s 21 CFR Part 11 regulation. In particular, he highlights three key areas of the rule that governs the use of electronic records and electronic signatures […]
IBM Maximo and FDA 21 CFR Part 11
If you’re in the life sciences industry and are considering IBM Maximo for regulated uses, we’ve got good news: it’s capable of 21 CFR Part 11 compliance! And, if you’re not familiar with 21 CFR Part 11, Perficient has the ultimate guide to help you. Here are the three key areas of the regulation that govern […]
Wrapping up IMC 2016
Hope y’all had a great time at the conference this week and you were able to enjoy a little warmer weather too. How about the Casino night last night, what a great time, right? Oh and for those that stuck around for the karaoke and dancing; wow, there’s some talented people within our group. Let’s […]
IMC 2016 – the Booth is ready!
Booth is ready, are you? Please come see us. We’re here to understand your needs to best figure out an appropriate follow-up with you after the conference. We’re in the back center near the “beverage cart.” We’re also giving away a Google Home, so stop by and get registered to win!
4 Reasons to Consider the IBM Maximo 7.6.06 Upgrade
IBM recently introduced the latest feature pack for Maximo 7.6.06. Here are the newly included items that might help you consider upgrading: Improved Workflow Designer, License Monitor, BIM, SR Work Center. The New Workflow Designer Ever had Java applet version conflicts with Maximo and other apps? Sure, we all have unfortunately. Thankfully IBM has updated […]
3 Reasons to Attend IMC in December
1. IMC offers a great opportunity to network with your peers and meet new people. The event is big enough that you probably won’t get a chance to say “hello” to everyone but small enough that it’s easy to find people. It’s not like we’ll have tens of thousands of people running around. 2. It’s not product-specific […]