New 2017 Maximo License Model
IBM offers many different types of tiered licenses for Maximo to allow clients to configure the appropriate build for their needs. As part of this ongoing evolution, IBM has recently announced a new license model for Maximo to be phased in Q4, 2016. Current, and prospective, users can now take advantage of concurrent user licensing for Maximo.
This webcast will provide insight into the entire license model for Maximo, the timing of and explanation of new licenses, and pricing for acquiring new or trading in existing licenses.
This presentation covers the following topics:
- Current License Model
- New Concurrent Licenses
- Tracking Licenses
- Open Question and Answer Period
Jason Sadovia, Principal Consultant, Ontracks Consulting
Jason is a Principal Consultant in the Edmonton office and has over 15 years of operations performance improvement and has specialized in helping companies in a broad range of industries achieve cost reductions and efficiencies through operational and technological initiatives. Jason has been working with Maximo for over 12 years as a business consultant, project manager, and trainer. Jason has led a number of Maximo implementations within the Oil and Gas, Utilities, Public Sector, Mining, Manufacturing, and Pulp and Paper industries.
Kurt Dionne, Watson Internet of Things Leader, IBM Software Canada
As the Watson IoT leader for Canada, Kurt is responsible for all Maximo sales within the country. His background includes over 20 years of Maximo experience including 6 years of direct sales, 5 years as Manager of Maximo Hosting Services, and many more years in various, project management, consulting, and operations roles. This diverse background gives Kurt unquestioned expertise working with clients to understand their needs and building justifiable business cases for the implementation and expanded use of Maximo.
Thursday, November 17, 2016
10:00 AM (MST)/ 9:00 AM (PST)/ 11:00 AM (CST)/ 12:00 PM (EST)
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