In regulated industries with complex assets (such as transportation, aerospace and defense, nuclear, and life sciences) management of asset configuration, component life accounting, and equipment operational status is critical to the success of an operation. The IBM Maximo Asset Configuration Manager (ACM) provides a new method for managing the assets of these organizations. With a sharp focus on safety, reliability, and availability of equipment, IBM Maximo Asset Configuration Manager more accurately tracks the current status of and historical changes to the configuration of assets and their components. As a result, maintenance officers gain an automated asset life-cycle management solution that helps provide a real-time calculation of both an asset's build (from install/remove transactions) and a component's life. Asset Configuration Manager provides key capabilities needed by organizations managing aviation, aerospace and defense, rail, nuclear and pharmaceutical assets. During this two-day self-study course, you learn the functionality and the relationships among the applications through recorded lectures and live hands-on labs.
This intermediate-level course is for all users of IBM Maximo Asset Configuration Manager 7.5.
This course considers the ACM Industry solution which is built on top of Maximo Asset Managment 7.5. It is strongly recommended that you have experience with IBM Maximo 7.5.
There are no follow-ons for this course.