Solution de gestion des travaux et des ressources pour les distributeurs d'eau, de gaz et d'électricité.
IBM Maximo Industry Solution for Utilities gère les travaux et les ressources pour les entreprises de transport et de distribution d'eau, de gaz et d'électricité.
Il augmente l'efficacité des équipements et des ressources grâce à une plateforme prenant en charge tous les types de catégories de ressources et de travaux chez les distributeurs d'eau, de gaz et d'électricité.
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Acheter Maximo for Utilities
|Industry specific capabilities for electric, gas and water transmission and distribution||Built on Maximo, provides industry specific capabilities to support compatible unit estimating (CUE), crew management, tracking of labor skills and certifications, integration with fixed asset accounting, mobile workforce management, design tools and spatial (GIS) enablement.||Aligns with the specific business needs and provides a greater fit out-of-the-box into the complex utility eco-system|
|Rational consolidation||Allows utilities to consolidate multiple work and asset management solutions across business units, including transmission, distribution, power generation, water/wastewater treatment, vehicle fleet, facilities, and IT assets into a single platform and database||Lowers total cost of ownership for IT departments while providing a common platform for all asset management users promoting best practice throughout the enterprise|
|Internet architecture||Provides a standards based, Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) certified platform that is Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) enabled||Open architecture that integrates easily with other business applications in the enterprise|
|Spatial Enablement||Supports visualization of assets, locations and work orders, leverages investment in GIS||Improves work planning and analysis while reducing data duplication|
IBM Maximo for Utilities offers integrated work and asset management for transmission and distribution including compatible unit estimating (CUE), crew management, meter management and GIS integration.
The product requirements and configuration matrix apply to the following products: IBM Maximo Asset Management, Tivoli Asset Management for IT, Tivoli Change and Configuration Management Database, Tivoli Provisioning Manager, IBM Tivoli Release Process Manager, Tivoli Business Continuity Process Manager, Tivoli Service Request Manager, Tivoli End Point Manager, and Tivoli Service Automation Manager.
IBM Maximo 7.1 Minimum Hardware and Software Requirements:
IBM® Maximo® uses an n-Tier architecture, which lets you deploy Maximo across one or more tiers. You can run Maximo on a single physical server or across multiple servers depending on the number of users and the hardware.
IBM Maximo and related products are part of a family of products with similar minimum hardware and software requirements. Use the link below to see the latest requirements for the Client Workstation, Application Server and Database Server.
IBM Maximo Software Configuration Matrix:
There are a number of combinations of operating systems, databases, applications servers, browsers, and report writers. Use the link below to access the current configuration matrix for the Maximo and the rest of the related family of products. This link includes configurations, languages, and platforms details
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