Operating a health care facility in today’s highly regulated environment is no small task. On top of salaries and all the normal expenses associated with running a business, medical centers must maintain millions of dollars in state-of-the-art equipment if they are going to remain competitive.
Identifying when your manufacturing assets need maintenance—and providing that upkeep and those repairs in a consistent and effective manner—is a more-than-full-time part of your operations.
For businesses that have installed and operate on the IBM Maximo Asset Manager platform, Maximo Day2 Support puts Maximo expertise directly in their hands.
When your operations encompass facilities both on land and at sea, it’s a challenge to keep everything running smoothly. The last thing you need is a breakdown leading to a work stoppage—worse still, a breakage that causes someone on your crew harm.
While some breakdowns are just headaches to be dealt with during the course of a day, glitches in key operational equipment could shut down operations entirely.
Every day, people are becoming more aware of the Internet of Things (IoT). Whether they’re remotely securing their homes or adjusting the cooking temperature of the barbecue grill, the IoT is placing functionality at our fingertips more and more.
Overseeing the inventory for fixed and mobile assets in an organization is a lofty responsibility.
Agility is key in today’s business environments; the ability for an organization to quickly respond to any challenge that it faces is crucial to success in the global marketplace. For some organizations, Business Process Management (BPM) is helping them gain a competitive edge