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IBM Maximo Asset Management Overview slideshare
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IBM Maximo Asset Management Overview slideshare
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IBM Maximo Asset Management Overview slideshare
IBM Maximo Asset Management Overview slideshare
IBM Maximo Asset Management Overview slideshare
IBM Maximo Asset Management Overview slideshare
IBM Maximo Asset Management Overview slideshare
IBM Maximo Asset Management Overview slideshare
IBM Maximo Asset Management Overview slideshare
IBM Maximo Asset Management Overview slideshare
IBM Maximo Asset Management Overview slideshare
IBM Maximo Asset Management Overview slideshare
IBM Maximo Asset Management Overview slideshare
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  • See later slides for customer stories Note that utilities are often reluctant to publish gains (PUC decisions can force unwelcome regulation based upon savings…) Might see a 5% reduction in forced outages ($2.1M annual savings for example at one customer) 5% reduction in planned maintenance activity could result in $2.5M annual savings Labor efficiencies at one client resulted in >%500K savings per year Improved material logistics resulted in $1.1M annual savings for one customer
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  • We could spend all of my time here talking about the successes we’ve had in all these industry sectors around the world … this is what we intend to maintain and grow as we move forward together. Now let’s see what the industry watchers are saying about us …
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    • 1. IBM Maximo Asset ManagementOverviewMary Gorczynski@MaximoMary © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • 2. Maximo - Asset Management for a Smarter Planet Transportation Facilities Production Infrastructure Communications Assets Equipment THE CHALLENGE: more complexity in assets and processes, more capabilities required, more reliance on management systemsA smaller, flatter, faster and “smarter” planet THE OPPORTUNITY: More insight and collaboration, more efficiency, growth and profit, more innovation INSTRUMENTED Maximo’s role in a Smarter Planet:  The IBM system to manage intelligent assets  Leveraging asset intelligence to maximize their business value INTERCONNECTED  Reducing the cost of managing and operating intelligent assets How Maximo does this: INTELLIGENT  Visibility, control, and automation across IT and operational infrastructure  Optimized operational and IT processes to achieve more with less  Managing both the asset and the service to deliver customer value Corporation © IBM
    • 3. What is an asset? © IBM Corporation
    • 4. The Value of Enterprise Asset Management © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • 5. Why customers need asset management  Key business issues for our clients: – Cost inefficiencies and operational complexity associated with leveraging their asset infrastructure to generate revenue, deliver quality service, and manage profitability – Need to measure and manage the asset availability and risk across all strategic assets – The emergence of “smart” assets, and the associated management challenges that must be addressed in order to leverage technology and innovate © IBM Corporation
    • 6. 6 Asset Centric Operating Model Can Deliver Hard Benefits  Reduce unplanned maintenance activity  Reduce planned maintenance activity Maintain Improved Performance  Reduce failures Investment Reduce Effectiveness  Reduce required compliance activity Quantity of  Reduce required operating activity Work  Lower risk exposure IBM Maximo  Higher resource utilization  Higher productivity Improved  Streamlined organizational structure Lower Unit Operational  Less administrative activity Cost Efficiency  Improved contract management  Improved material logistics Without sacrificing safety or service levels © IBM Corporation
    • 7. Enterprise Asset Management: Addressing Challenges toDrive ROI – IBM Maximo Asset Management  Increasing the reliability and availability of assets, and the services the assets collectively supportBusiness ROI Customer Example: – Example; reduce lost revenue due to asset failureScenarios Points  Improving performance of assets to impact the top and bottom lines – Example; timely vehicle maintenance to reduce costly fuel consumption • A major US railroad saved US $5MLabor  Capturing actual costs for labor, materials, tools & services Up 10-20% by better tracking labor to specificUtilization – Example; improve bottom line by reducing unnecessary repairs work  Managing 3rd party service providers interacting with business operations • world leader in Waste-to-Energy – Example; measuring provider performance against SLA’sAsset had greater visibility into asset  Reducing the cost and complexity of the IT environment support the Up 3-5%Utilization conditions and achieved a record business 91.6% average facility availability – Example; eliminating duplicative systems while standardizing on modern technologies • A fleet management companyEquipment Down 3-5% saved US $9.5M by meeting 100%  Standardizing & enforcing business processespurchases – Example; support regulatory requirements to document and test availability with less business processes while improving efficiency and consistency of worker activities • A consumer products company withWarranty Up 10-50% a medium size fleet increasedrecoveries warranty recovery 50% • Major electric and water utilityInventory Down achieved 25% inventory reductionneeds 20-30% and $33M in saving • Power generation utility 5% reduction in Planned Overhauls -Plant Down 5-20% $2.5M annual savings: EliminatedDowntime 5% of Force Outages saving $2.1 annually. • A rail maintenance service company ReducedMaterial Costs reduced costs 20% by optimizing 10-50% material purchases Asset Management results in the IBM Business Value Analyst solution © IBM Corporation
    • 8. ARC EAM Solutions Worldwide OutlookMARKET ANALYSIS AND FORECAST THROUGH 2013 From the report: IBM holds the leading market IBM Maximo has the leading overall market position in the following segments: share in the 2010 Outlook  EAM Worldwide, EAM North America and EMEA IBM Maximo is the leader in Software  EAM Software Revenues, Maintenance & Revenues Support, and Implementation Services Revenues IBM Maximo has been the market leader in the  EAM among Tier 1 customers (over $1 billion in last five ARC WW Outlooks published revenue)  Type of Assets: EAM for Linear, Facilities, on-site EAM IBM held 1st or 2nd position in the last 4 years in the following segments  EAM for Automotive, Education, Electric Power, Electric T&D, Facilities, Finance, Government, Healthcare, Logistics, Maintenance Service Providers, Oil & Gas, Pharmaceutical & Biotech, Refining, Water & Wastewater © IBM Corporation
    • 9. Market Leadership for Enterprise Asset Management 2010 30 September 2010 The Magic Quadrant is copyrighted September 2010 by Gartner, Inc. and is reused with permission. The Magic © Gartner, Inc. Quadrant is a graphical representation of a marketplace at and for a specific time period. It depicts Gartner’s analysis Kristian Steenstrup of how certain vendors measure against criteria for that marketplace, as defined by Gartner. Gartner does not Delivery endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in the Magic Quadrant, and does not advise technology users to D: G00206345 select only those vendors placed in the “Leaders” quadrant. The Magic Quadrant is intended solely as a research 30 September 2010 tool, and is not meant to be a specific guide to action. Gartner disclaims all warranties, express or implied, with © Gartner, Inc. respect to this research, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. This Magic Kristian Steenstrup Quadrant graphic was published by Gartner, Inc. as part of a larger research note and should be evaluated in the Power Generation context of the entire report. The Gartner report is available upon request from IBM. D: G00206352 © IBM Corporation
    • 10. IBM Maximo Asset ManagementCapability and Market Presence © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • 11. Maximo: Managing Performance of Critical Assets Asset and service management solutions for all critical assets – Single solution for all critical assets across the enterprise – Operating on open standards: J2EE-based service-oriented architecture (SOA) – Delivered with deep vertical-specific asset management functionality Transportation Production Infrastructure Communications Facilities Assets Equipment Managing complex assets through the entire asset lifecycle © IBM Corporation
    • 12. Maximo Capability Overview Asset Management – Facilities, Operations, IT, Fleet – Assets, Locations, Failure Reporting, Condition Monitoring, Meters  Work Management – Preventive, Corrective, Projects, Emergency, Safety Plans – Work Hierarchies, Planning, Status, Assignments, Actual Metrics  Procurement Management – PR’s, PO’s, Receipts, Invoices  Materials Management – Items, Storerooms, Inventory, Reorder, Issues, Returns  Contract Management MAXIMO ASSET – Master, Purchase, Warranty, Lease/Rental, MANAGEMENT Labor Rate  Service Management – Self Service Requests & Status – Platform for asset owners, asset managers and service providers  Next Generation Architecture – J2EE Platform – Standards-based – Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) © IBM Corporation
    • 13. IBM Maximo Industry Solutions Life Sciences Nuclear Oil and Gas Service Transportation Utilities Providers © IBM Corporation
    • 14. IBM Maximo has broad industry appeal © IBM Corporation
    • 15. Who uses Maximo? Asset Intensive Organizations11 of the 12 largest PHARMACEUTICALS companies in the world are using Maximo7 of the 10 largest AUTOMOTIVE companies in the world are using Maximo8 of the 10 largest OIL & GAS companies in the world are using Maximo11 of the 20 largest diversified UTILTY companies are using Maximo11 of the 12 major AEROSPACE & DEFENSE companies in the world are using Maximo9 of the 15 busiest AIRPORTS in the world are using Maximo6 of the 10 largest ENERGY companies in the world are using Maximo May 2010 © IBM Corporation
    • 16. Thousands of Customers in Industries Around the World Transportation & Travel Government & Public • Airports Sector • Aviation • Federal (Civil) • Freight/Logistics • State/ Local • Marine, Ports & Terminals • Education • Rail & Transit • Federal (Defense) • Manufacturing & Hospitality • Government (non-U.S.) Distribution • Healthcare • Aerospace & Defence • Electronics & Industrial • Life Sciences Energy, Utilities & • Automotive Financial Services, Natural • Food & Beverage Telecom & Service Resources • Retail Providers • Nuclear • Banking & Securities • Fossil/Hydro Powergen • Telecommunications • Transmission & Distribution • Service Providers (EAM) • Water / Wastewater • Insurance • Oil & Gas, Chemicals • Media & Cable • Mining / Metals / Minerals • Service Providers © IBM Corporation
    • 17. Engage with us…… © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • 18. Stay in touch, in tune, in sync Leverage the online community for daily updates, real- time hot topics, conference feedback, and social networking http://www.ibm.com/communities/assetmanagementAsset Management http://www.ibm.com/blogs/assetmanagementBlogAsset Management http://www.ibm.com/communities/assetmanagementCommunityAsset Management https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/servicemanagement/amConnectTwitterTM @ibmassetmgmt @maximomaryAsset Management http://ow.ly/18mpSgroup on LinkedInTMAsset Management on http://ow.ly/18hhUYouTubeTMAsset Mgmt on http://www.flickr.com/photos/38458067@N08/FlickrTM © IBM Corporation
    • 19. Thank You…. © IBM Corporation

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