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Mobile Informer | Maximo Mobile | Maximo Mobility | IBM Mobile Informer

By: Jeremy Rempel
December 5th, 2017

When deciding to expand Maximo usage to a mobile deployment, one of the primary considerations is ensuring the system will be both scalable and secure. Delivering data updates securely is important. Mobile Informer uses TLS transport encryption end to end. Supporting a complete offline experience requires supporting all of the Maximo business rules and supporting data by preemptively synchronizing all relevant data.

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By: Martin Nichol
February 16th, 2017

Maximo's Start Center is populated with a number of different portlets.  They provide KPI data, Favorite links, the user's Inbox, among other things.  While it is possible to create custom portlets in Maximo, out of the box functionality does not permit saving them in a Start Center template. Having looked into how Start Center templates are managed, I have created some extensions that permit saving custom portlets in a Start Center template.  Using these customizations "simplifies" custom portlet design to 10 easy steps.  They are:

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Maximo HSE

By: Greg Hoile
September 22nd, 2016

Maximo has traditionally been a very powerful maintenance management tool, born from the need to manage downtime and to create work orders against assets, capturing history of work done. Fast forward to 2016.  Competition has driven maintenance management far beyond the creation of work orders in response to failing equipment.  In most industries, the analysis and ongoing improvement of maintenance effectiveness is just as important as the creation of the product or service in the first place. In his third post in the series, Greg Hoile, VP of US Operations, Interloc Solutions, explains why Maximo HSE is truly the hidden gem of Maximo

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Maximo HSE

By: Greg Hoile
September 20th, 2016

The Maximo Health, Safety, Environment (HSE) add-on was originally built for Oil and Gas industry requirements, but the new release now provides function that provides solutions to industries well beyond Oil and Gas. In our latest post, Greg Hoile, VP US Operations, Interloc Solutions, shares his thoughts on why every industry should be taking a second look at the "new" Maximo HSE Solution. Read on to see how your business can benefit.

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Maximo HSE

By: Greg Hoile
September 13th, 2016

Originally built for Oil and Gas industry requirements, Maximo Health, Safety, Environment (HSE) has since spread out to encompass every industry sector.  After all Health and Saftey are not an option in any situation or any industry. Considering HSE for your business?  Here are my top 5 reasons why every industry should consider the Maximo HSE Add On Solution.  Have questions?  Be sure to contact me directly -- ghoile@interlocsolutions.com - to discuss your thoughts. The Maximo HSE Add On Solution provides for...

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IBM Maximo | IBM Maximo Web Service Logging | Web Service Logging

By: Martin Nichol
August 18th, 2016

Web services have made a lot of things easier, and a lot of things better. They make it possible to integrate other applications with IBM Maximo without the hassle of providing, and keeping up to date, a jar file of business objects to use with RMI.  Maximo also makes creating web services very easy. From the Integration -> Web Services Library application, it is possible to create web services from an Object Structure, an Enterprise Service, or from a Service Class.