We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"The incident management feature is good because it allows you to keep track of and classify issues."
"The most powerful features are the database and integration with CMDB."
"We are very thankful to have IBM integrated with our own Legacy cloud-based system"
"The only features that we have found valuable are related to rack elevation and layout, where it has the ability to build rack elevations."
"I feel that the interface is a little too complicated with a large number of fields to enter."
"The interface is not very easy or user-friendly and is in need of improvement."
"You can get lost using the application"
"It uses a cobbled together Excel spreadsheet as a database, mixed in with poorly developed and outdated Visio layouts and stencils."
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IBM Maximo is ranked 2nd in Enterprise Asset Management with 3 reviews while Rackwise DCiM is ranked 2nd in Data Center Infrastructure Management with 1 review. IBM Maximo is rated 6.4, while Rackwise DCiM is rated 2.0. The top reviewer of IBM Maximo writes "A great solution for enhancing an asset's lifecycle". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Rackwise DCiM writes "Horrible support for a product that can be improved in every way possible". IBM Maximo is most compared with ServiceNow, Oracle Enterprise Asset Management, JIRA Service Management, ABB Ability Asset Suite EAM and IFS Applications, whereas Rackwise DCiM is most compared with Device42, Opsview Monitor, Schneider Electric EcoStruxure IT and nlyte.
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