IBM Maximo Valuable Features
There are not many enterprise asset management systems on the market and not many that have the categories that IBM Maximo has. It's a platform that has been here for about 30 years. Currently, the shift to having the ability for customers within the space to move from a legacy structure into a more modern microservice structure that's on the cloud is quite valuable. It gives clients a good journey map to a modern hybrid cloud infrastructure or a little more cloud infrastructure.View full review »
Computer System Engineer at Informatika d.d.
The most valuable features are the ability to create work orders and preventative maintenance.
Maximo - Technical Consultant/Architect/Analyst at a government with 501-1,000 employees
IBM Maximo is the best software for assets management.View full review »
We were doing all kinds of paperwork for every type of order and to maintain our assets but with the use of the IBM Maximo application, we can automate a lot of the processes.
IBM Maximo is a large piece of software that has lots of functionality. I have not even used it to its full potential.View full review »
Manager OSS & System Admin at a comms service provider with 5,001-10,000 employees
The most powerful features are the database and integration with CMDB.View full review »
Director of Channel Parnterships at a security firm with 1-10 employees
They have a real strength of tracking the asset itself along with the condition of the asset, the maintenance of the asset and who has access to the asset, etc.View full review »
Senior Software Quality Analyst at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The incident management feature is good because it allows you to keep track of and classify issues.View full review »
Sr. I.T Architect Specialist with 1-10 employees
I have found Work Order management the most valuable feature. Additionally, it is a very robust and powerful solution.View full review »
The most valuable feature is asset management maintenance as well as asset management overall.View full review »