Australian IBM Maximo User Group - NSW and ACT

Premier User Group, 2010 - 2011 - 2012 - 2013 - 2014 - 2015

New South Wales & ACT Maximo User Group is open to any IBM Maximo users and those interested in Maximo products and services in NSW & ACT of Australia.

The goal of this group is to provide information sharing among members using Maximo for Enterprise Asset Management or IT Service Management.

Members travel large distances (Interstate, Canberra, Newcastle) to attend the meetings to network with fellow Maximo Users and also catch up on a social level.

Meetings are focused around solving common business problems and identifying new ways of using Maximo Products through information sharing and customer presentations.  Generally we have more than 40 people at each of our meetings.

The group has regular site visits which allows members to get a local feel of how Maximo is being used. We pride ourselves on this. So far we have had site visits to:

  • Coca Cola Amital
  • Woolworths
  • Water NSW - Warragamba Dam
  • John Holland
  • Port Waratah Coal Services
  • Sydney Water

And, we hope to continue this at your site. Honestly, we get more members to show up to our meetings when it's on site. So please contact one of the leaders to organise a site visit at your company (we're happy to show you how we can organise everything).


Date Established: 1 Dec 2007

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