IBM Maximo Pricing and License Cost

Wayde Prejean
Manager IC-Operations, Maximo Administrator at a energy/utilities company with 10,001+ employees
Get an understanding of the intended usage at your company, and look at both the named user and concurrent-license pricing to make a determination which makes more sense for your usage. Where available, concurrent licenses can be more cost efficient and provide more flexibility. View full review »
LiderDeP4b56
Lider De Proyecto/Lider Funcional at a comms service provider with 501-1,000 employees
Explore internal processes in order to evaluate the correct number of users in each Maximo module, then evaluate the different offers of pricing and licensing. View full review »
Al Menendez
Space Coast Information Systems, Maximo Consulting and Support
Explore the possibility of using DB2. You will avoid the cost of SQL Server or Oracle licenses. View full review »
Samir Khodair
Maximo Specialist implemenation at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The concurrent user license is much more effective in management and cost-wise, as it is more suitable for maintenance management. View full review »
Lonnie Stone
The InTechrity Group
You pay for what you get. There are lots of options depending on how you would like to implement Maximo. View full review »
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