IBM's Maximo Everyplace software puts critical information about buildings and equipment into the hands of maintenance staff in the field
IBM has expanded its enterprise mobile computing offerings with software that puts critical information about buildings and equipment into the hands of maintenance staff in the field. The software is designed to replace paper reports, while helping organizations better manage and maintain their campuses, cities, water systems, rail lines, roadways and other infrastructure. IBM's enterprise asset management software is available to run natively on the browsers of the Apple iPhone and iPad, and Android-based phones.
IBM Maximo Everyplace software displays job plans, location of assets, maintenance history, work-order tracking and service requests, which can help companies deliver better preventative maintenance, speed repairs before impacting operations and optimize the usage of parts.
The software provides mobile access through WiFi, cellular or satellite. Since it is Web-based, no additional software needs to be downloaded to the device, and administrators have the abilitty to choose which capabilities are displayed on screen to fit individual preferences. Through Maximo Application Designer, the administrator has the ability to customize the mobile view of Maximo screens for each iPhone or Android, depending on the type of functions the end user requires.