The following outline is a high-level description of the contents of this course. Each unit has an overview presentation, and most have a series of student exercises designed to reinforce the concepts presented. The course contains the following units:
UNIT 1: IBM MAXIMO ASSET MANAGEMENT OVERVIEW
This unit provides a high-level overview of IBM Maximo Asset Management framework architecture and its key element and components. You learn about strategic asset management with IBM Maximo Asset Management to manage assets through their life cycle. You also discuss implementation considerations and system configuration as they pertain to integrations, reporting, and business processes.
UNIT 2: ITEM PLANNING AND SETUP
This unit focuses on the planning and setup of inventory item and asset configurations. You use the applications to set up inventory items and asset configurations in Maximo.
UNIT 3: ASSETS
This unit focuses on the creation of assets and how they are used in Maximo Asset Management. You will learn the applications that can create assets, associate assets to people and locations and learn how to move assets between locations.
UNIT 4: WORK MANAGEMENT
This unit focuses on learning to use Maximo for work management with the generation and processing of work orders to completion. This unit will include the new Work Centers that came available in Maximo 22.214.171.124. Work Centers are made available for Business Analyst, Supervisors and Workers complete the work order tasks. We will also look at the new Inspection Form tool.
UNIT 5: PURCHASING
This unit focuses on learning to use Maximo for procurement, starting with generating purchase requests, then processing them, and completing them.
UNIT 6: DEVELOPER AND SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION
Each lesson in this unit focuses on different aspects of entering records into the database. This unit is also an overview of the different applications and setup options that are available with IBM Maximo Asset Management. The focus is on using applications that are primarily used for building (setting up) the database.