IBM TechXchange Australian Maximo User Group

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The IBM TechXchange Australian Maximo User Group (AMUG) is the premier community for Maximo enthusiasts across Australia.

Born from a merger of state-based Maximo User Groups, AMUG has a rich history of fostering collaboration and knowledge sharing among Maximo users.

Meetings will be focused around solving common business problems using Maximo Products through information sharing and customer presentations. We aim to organise in-person meetings in one of the capital cities which we urge you to attend.

Additionally we will endeavour to provide ‘watch parties’ in the other capital cities to provide local networking and to maximise your opportunity to attend.

The ideal User Group meeting is hosted at a client site includes short presentations by Maximo user organisations along with product updates. Contact the Leaders of this group if you are able to present on how you use Maximo and if you are able to host a MUG at your site.

The IBM TechXchange Australian Maximo User Group is a merger of the state-based MUGS - which were established in 2007

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