IBM Maximo Asset Management’s new With Maximo 7.6 IBM is now using a Continuous Delivery process to deliver new features. Instead of releasing all the new features in one chunk in the major releases, IBM is now pushing new features into the feature packs (the old good fixpacks) each 4-6 months.
Every country is subject to specific safety regulations that in all cases are drawn from best practices and in which can be identified a set of common requirements.
We have seen as a typical rule, the provision of timely information concerning safety when one works with specific machinery subject to risks.
Corporate responsibility, safety rules and precautions with Maximo. All operators who work in environments with dangerous materials or machinery should be made aware of the risks they face and the safety rules and precautions to apply, and this information should always be readily available.
IBM Tivoli Monitoring (ITM) is not just the product for monitoring IBM hardware and software, but has represented for years a point of reference in IT Service Management (ITSM), for all nascent monitoring systems, proprietary or open source.
Omninecs is a young company which operates in the Enterprise Service Management (ESM) and Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) sectors as System Integrator. Although young as a brand the heart of the company consists of a group of people who have worked together for over 25 years. Starting at the research and development lab of IBM, the Tivoli Lab in Rome, they joined together to form a service company, which separated into various groups, one of which founded Omninecs.
Omninecs, System Integrators with long experience in the fields of Enterprise Service Management (ESM) and Enterprise Asset Management (EAM), has set up software development skill in the field of IT Service Management (ITSM)
The Importance of Details – Some Good Reasons For OMNINECS To Use Maximo 7.6
On 21 October 2016 the latest Feature Pack for Maximo Asset Management was released, the sixth since the 7.6 version was unveiled in December 2014. In just over two years much functionality has been added to the already robust baseline of the Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) product, an effort aided by the use of Agile methodologies of Continuous Delivery, that enables more rapid availability of updates.