Maximo User Group - UK & Ireland

Welcome to the Maximo UK and Ireland User Group

This is YOUR user group! Launched in 2008, we now have a healthy membership of over 710. The user group is run by a committee of members.

With the aims of sharing experience, knowledge and discussing best practices for Maximo, do you have a Maximo story to tell?

We are always on the lookout for members who wish to share their Maximo experiences and present at one of our user group meetings, or that could provide a venue for a future meeting, holding around 100 people.

If you have been to a previous meeting you know the type of presentations we are looking for, if not why not take a look at some of the previous presentations in the files section.

As a Premier User Group, we also get access to key IBM designers and developers to get product updates but more importantly to help drive the future development of Maximo. So do you want to help shape the future Maximo?

If you are interested in helping the group then please contact our chairman at richard.barber@drax.com. If you'd like to be a member of the group, click the "Join Group" button to the right of this message. 

Latest Posts

  • With the gradual easing of lockdown and vaccination program going well across the UK and Ireland, we are getting closer to be able to meet in the flesh. However at this stage the committee agreed to carry out our May MUG online. To reduce online ...

  • Would you benefit from viewing your assets in Maximo as if you were there? Visualise Info have integrated photographic 3D scans into Maximo; allowing clients to view a scan of their sites, using the 3D View tab within Maximo, and go direct to (and interact ...

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  • The IBM research team have asked for our communities help, and I'm sure we can. As a community it is our opportunity to get involved and shape the future user experience for Maximo (no RFEs in sight!!) The Maintenance Manager Role Based Application ...

  • Kenny - we rebuilt as a result of a divestment of assets, and so some data mapping was more challenging than others. For stock data this was relatively straightforward, as the key fields for both ITEM and INVENTORY (including costs etc) were similar and ...

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