The biennial conference, hosted by eSolutions, draws users of IBM’s Tivoli Maximo Asset Management software from across the region to discuss developments in asset life cycle maintenance and life cycle management, Maximo software solutions and to learn about best practices from other users.
“The theme of this year’s Maximo Middle East user Group Conference is Smarter Decisions,” said Gaby Matar, Group Managing Partner of eSolutions. “Enterprises have increasingly sophisticated demands for integrating and analyzing asset-related information. Maximo can provide organisations with a single view of that information, allowing them to make smarter business decisions and optimize their resources and assets. The conference will focus on how organisations can enhance their use of Maximo and maximize the contribution Maximo solutions make to their decision making.”
In today’s fast moving business world, many large organisations need to continually review and refine their asset life cycle and maintenance management. Maximo software continues to evolve in order to meet customers growing business demands while keeping up with smart technologies. The biennial Maximo Middle East User Group Conference is one of the most important gatherings of the year for Maximo professionals and users, to update themselves on the latest developments from industry peers, partners and the Middle East’s team of Maximo consultants.
“There are now many customers across the Middle East and North Africa that rely on IBM Maximo solutions to manage and maintain their assets and improve business efficiencies including those in the oil and gas sector, utilities, manufacturing and aviation,” said Bashar Kilani, Territory Manager, IBM Middle East (Gulf Countries & Levant). “The Maximo Middle East User Group conference provides an excellent opportunity for the region’s Maximo user community to meet each other, network with eSolutions and IBM Maximo professionals and update themselves on the latest products & solutions.”
Speakers are expected to include representatives from IBM, Ford Motor Company, GARTNER, Abu Dhabi Water & Electricity Authority (ADWEA), Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Ltd. (GASCO), Haya Water – Oman, Royal Saudi Air Defense (RSADF), King Saud University (KSU), ETISALAT FM, GISTEC, IVARA Corporation, CiM Maintenance Inc, MOTOROLA Solutions, MCP Consulting & Training, UTOPIA, Middle East Facility Management Association (MEFMA) and of course, eSolutions Maximo.
“I’m looking forward to meeting Maximo users from across the Middle East and talking to delegates about linking facility management strategy to business strategy,” said conference speaker Ali Al Suwaidi, Board Member – MEFMA “One of the areas that my presentation at the Maximo conference will focus on how to identify the gaps in facility management strategy by working effectively together with different departments, suppliers and partners.”
eSolutions has represented IBM Maximo in the Middle East since 1996 and has trained over 25,000 Middle East Maximo users in the past fourteen years. With over 120 full time staff based in the area, eSolutions Maximo is the leading provider for Asset and Service Management solutions in the Middle East and North Africa.
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