Suite of Mobile Applications Set to Increase Productivity of Maximo as a Service (MaaS) Amongst Current and Future Adopters
Projetech, a global provider of IBM Maximo as a Service (MaaS), announced the launch of MaaS Mobile, a suite of easy-to-use mobile apps developed by their partner A3J Group, a company that connects businesses with consulting and software solutions for enterprise asset management (EAM). Designed to be compatible with Projetech’s MaaS cloud offerings, MaaS Mobile apps help users perform Maximo tasks with greater ease and efficiency.
“We are very excited about our newest partnership with A3J Group,” said Steve Richmond, CEO of Projetech. “With the EAM industry projected to grow rapidly in the coming years, this is a very strategic time to incorporate mobile solutions for faster and easier function.”
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Projetech introduced the apps to fulfill an industry need for Maximo-supported mobile apps that are simpler to deploy and operate. The company notes that many existing Maximo apps require server installation and third-party contracts before they can be installed. With the new MaaS Mobile suite of applications, Projetech aims to equip clients with a streamlined, faster way to deploy end-to-end mobility solutions. The company will offer clients the option to have MaaS Mobile bundled in with Projetech MaaS offerings for a small fee.
“Enterprise Asset Management solutions are at a pivotal point,” said Alex Walter, Chief Innovation Officer of A3J Group. “We have developed simple designs for very complex systems encouraging usability and adoption among MaaS end users. In time, we believe the ease of entry for our mobile suite will encourage new companies and industries to enjoy the benefits of these products. It is exciting to bring this to market alongside our partner Projetech.”
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The MaaS Mobile suite will enable users to quickly and easily download apps from the Apple App Store or Google Play without the help of third-party professional assistance. The MaaS mobile app suite will include six mobile solutions, including the MxMeter app for equipment meter data entry and viewing, the MxCount app for counting stocked items, the MxReserve app for mobile inventory shopping, the MxApprove app for accessing mobile workflows, the MxAdmin app for real-time mobile monitoring of Maximo environments and the MxWork app for mobile work management.
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