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IBM Maximo Facilities

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IBM Maximo Facilities

IBM® Maximo® and IBM® TRIRIGA® provide class leading functionality covering maintenance management, lease management, space management, project management, 2D CAD and 3D BIM integration, energy and sustainability, and connectivity to a variety of BMS and SCADA systems.

IBM® Maximo® and IBM® TRIRIGA® provide a variety of solutions for facilities management covering all functionality associated with Computer Aided Facilities Management (CAFM), Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS), Enterprise Asset Management (EAM), and Integrated Workspace Management System (IWMS).  Maximo and Tririga are implemented together sharing the same portfolio data linked via a standard business connector, with select modules according to the customer's requirements.

Class leading functionality for facilities management:

Maximo Enterprise Asset Management provides class leading functionality:

Tririga provides for specialist CAFM process such as:

Maximo is not limited to traditional CAFM assets, and can support more complex assets such as HVAC, Chiller, Conveyors, Lifts, Fleet, and IT Aassets.  Both Maximo and Tririga support BIM integration which can be used for 3D referencing and on-boarding of new portfolio data.

We provide sensor technology and connectivity to buildings and facilities, both old and new.  For older facilities we can provide IoT sensors and SCADA technologies to connect sensors and publish data to the IoT platform.  For new buildings we can connect in-built networks and sensors and tie them into our IoT platform to provide a more automated facilities management solution.

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