January 17-18, 2019
$100 Early Bird rate for end-users when you register by January 4th, 2019. The ticket price increases to $200 once Early Bird rate ends.
CanMUG will be offering Optional Training Workshops on January 18th at the cost of $125 per workshop. Registration is required.Register
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Sheraton Vancouver Airport
7551 West Minster Highway
|9:00||Welcome, Meeting Purpose and Agenda Review,
Craig Mackenzie, CanMUG Facilitator
|9:20||Mobile Work Orders for Maintenance Crew:
YVR’s transition from Clipboards to iPads,
Steven Cook, Vancouver Airport Authority
|10:00||Inventory Usage Application
Replacing paper picklist reports with inventory usage records
Andrea Loveday, BC Ferries
|11:20||Maximo 7.6.1 Overview
Lisa Stuckless, IBM
|12:00||Lunch / Sponsor Exhibit|
|1:15||Maximo Data and Analytics
Lisa Stuckless, IBM
|1:55||The Journey of our Visual Scheduler Implementation in Maximo 7.5
Don Gaitens, The Mosaic Company
|3:20||Master Contracts, and How to Make Labour Contracts Easier to Manage
Jennie Hawes, Michael Loomes: North West Redwater
|4:00||Planning Ahead / Wrap-Up|
|4:15||Sponsor Expo / Networking|
Optional Training Workshops
|Morning Workshop||What’s new in Maximo 7.6.1 (Presented by Ontracks Consulting)|
|IBM released Maximo Asset Management V7.6.1, an enhanced version of its predecessor Maximo 7.6. This Maximo release brings a fresh new look, modernized user experience and responsive user interface. Other improvements include new Inspection tools and enhancements to Work Centers.
A demonstration of Maximo 7.6.1 will be done, review new features and functionality, and provide a high-level overview of the upgrade process.
|Afternoon Workshop||Contract Management (Presented by Ontracks Consulting)|
|Workshop attendees will learn Maximo’s purchase contract and labour rate contract functionality and how these can be leveraged throughout Maximo to simplify the business process and controls for managing agree on price contracts with vendors for materials, services, and labour.|
2019 Toronto Meeting
The next Toronto meeting is planned for Spring 2019. Please check back for updates.