SRO Solutions is launching the complete digitisation package created to date for maritime firms using IBM’s Maximo (EAM) enterprise asset management software.
DERISK your journey to Maximo Application Suite.
With the introduction of the IBM Maximo Application Suite and the EOS announcement for the legacy Maximo versions, many clients are looking for the lowest risk mechanism to take them from their current Maximo environment to the Maximo Application Suite; This is where the SRO Data Utility excels.
The Joys of Maximo Mobility
Why do you need Maximo Mobile? The benefits of a mobile solution are clear - increase the quality and quantity of data uploaded to your system and decrease human error risk due to notes legibility. So why isn’t it more common?
SRO Solutions Technical Director Bill Wallace named IBM Champion
Bill Wallace, Technical Director at SRO Solutions, has been named a 2021 IBM Champion to recognise his efforts to support IBM Maximo clients undergoing system upgrades and cloud migrations.
Have you considered upgrading?
There are few things that keep the IT crowd awake at night – the prospect of a system upgrade is one of them. As Maximo 7.6.0.x end of support is approaching quickly it is worth considering your options.
SDR Data Replication supports cutting-edge scientific research in the world’s wildest continent
Maintaining business continuity and keeping an entire organisation connected and in sync is a necessity for all firms. It is especially critical when staff are located around the world in remote offices. Achieving a suitable connectivity level can be difficult when overseas sites are in far-flung cities with poor infrastructure. Still, managing assets situated in an ice-covered wilderness subject to the driest, windiest and coldest conditions on earth takes the challenge to a whole new level.
How Agile has helped us transform project delivery and boost success rates
Digital transformation is the ‘holy grail’ for today’s business but implementing a major IT project is not always straightforward. According to figures from the Project Management Institute (PMI), 14 per cent of IT projects fail, and a further 31 per cent do not meet their goals.
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