Maximo Utilities Workshop Marcelo Esperandio Set 2012

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  • 1. IBM Software GroupIBM Maximo for UtilitiesMain Features and Concepts Marcelo Esperandio IBM Confidential 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 2. IBM Software Group | Tivoli softwareAgenda Overview Concepts Main Applications and Process Demonstration 2012 IBM Corporation 2
  • 3. IBM Software Group | Tivoli softwareIBM Maximo for Utilities Overview Supports work and asset management for transmission and distribution in water, gas and electric utilities. Helps increase asset and resources effectiveness by providing a platform to support all types of asset classes and all types of work in water, gas and electric utilities. Manage crew type and crew makeup with enhanced crew management while tracking labor skills and certifications Create detailed estimates with Compatible Unit Estimating (CUE) and a multilevel compatible unit library 2012 IBM Corporation 3
  • 4. IBM Software Group | Tivoli software Product Expansion Model 1. IBM Maximo as the foundation for product offerings 2. Industry Solutions built on top of IBM Maximo platform 3. Customer Specific Configuration built on top of Industry Solutions 4. Industry Solution Partners positioned as part of total solution Customer Configuration Oil & Gas Industry Solutions Transportation Asset Configuration Manager Life Sciences Maximo Calibration UtilitiesTransmission & Distribution Government Spatial Asset Mgmt Service Provider Nuclear Power 2012 IBM Corporation 4
  • 5. IBM Software Group | Tivoli softwareMaximo for Utilities Setup and UseCU Administration Non Design Business FlowDefine MAXVARS Define Crew Define Job Plans Define Domains Types and Filters Organization Create CU Library Design Business Flow Crew Type Referencing Create Estimates Job Plans T&D Crew Types Domains CU Library CU Estimate Duration and effort hours Perform Estimates copy are based on the crew to work order when ready definition so the crew Create Work definition needs to be Orders static WO Tracking Define Crews (Assign Labor and Tools) Crew Management Assign Crews to Perform Work Ongoing Crew maintenance Assignment Manager Report Labor Hours for Crew Members Via Quick Reporting Labor Reporting 2012 IBM Corporation 5
  • 6. IBM Software Group | Tivoli softwareMaximo for Utilities CU Applications Administration/Organizations (T&D) T&D Options Administration/Resources/Crews (TPAE/Scheduler now) Crew Types and Crew Management Planning/CU Library (T&D) Define Compatible Unit labor, material, service, tool and child CU details W ork Orders/CU Estimate (T&D) Perform Estimates 2012 IBM Corporation 6 .
  • 7. IBM Software Group | Tivoli softwareCrew Types Define Crew Types based on positions, skill requirements, qualifications and tools. Create specific crews and assign labor and tools for the crew. Tracks the crew make up over time. Allows single assignment for work order and labor reporting. 2012 IBM Corporation 7
  • 8. IBM Software Group | Tivoli softwareCrew Management Define individual crew resources from Crew Types. Manage crew shift, work group and calendar Support Qualifications for Crew Track changes to Crew over time Define, plan and schedule labor and tool resources for a crew View crew actuals for work completed View historical information for a crew 2012 IBM Corporation 8
  • 9. IBM Software Group | Tivoli softwareMaximo for Utilities CU Library Details Provide Designers and Engineers with a standards-based means to estimate labor, materials, services and tools to complete construction work. Capture costs of doing that work and the proper accounting. Filter concept supports the variables associated with site conditions. Supports 10 levels of parent child relationships. Recommended best practice is to align the top level CUs with the organizations construction standards. There can be one to many relationships among CUs Each CU is version controlled and only one version can be active at a time 2012 IBM Corporation 9
  • 10. IBM Software Group | Tivoli softwareMaximo for Utilities CU Library Sample Hierarchy The compatible unit library supports 10 Install levels for maximum flexibility. This is a Level 3 Framed Pole distribution example. A substation w/Tx example might use 5 levels. Level 2 Install Framed Pole Macro units or compatible unit groups Level 1 Install Pole Install X-arm Install Transformer Compatible Units Labor Units are associated to contract lines allowing the user to Level 0 Labor to Set Labor to copy an estimate of internal Pole Install X-arm resources and cost and quickly re - estimate using a specific outside contractor 2012 IBM Corporation 10
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