IBM Maximo Pros and Cons
IBM Maximo Pros
Reliable, very configurable, and it's all integrated in the same database.View full review »
It is configurable, where you can add extra fields to screens and to the database.View full review »
The Preventive Maintenance feature, especially in its inspection routines and KPI abilities, is valuable.
Work order management and scalability enables the businesses' needs to be met.View full review »
We can manage, organize, and track incidents, claims, jobs, tasks, preventive and corrective maintenance, locations, and assets.
Maximo is very stable. We really do not have problem with stability.
We were able to scale perfectly.
Its capabilities let us organize our work.View full review »
The large range of configurability of the product is great, since everyone has a different way of doing things.View full review »
Preventive maintenance management.View full review »
IBM Maximo Cons
It's not user-friendly. It could use shortcuts for frequently requested services.
Areas for improvement include: an enhanced Service Catalog on Mobile; Agent intelligence; better dashboards for KPIs.
It needs full-service visibility. There are a lot of things that are hard for users to find out. For example, the Service Catalog is not too friendly. You really have to know what you're looking for.
It's quite reliable, but new versions often are not too stable. They bring in enhancements but they break other stuff.View full review »
Although you can create notifications with Maximo, the configuration and options could be improved.View full review »
The standard reports that shipped with the package need to be enriched with more advanced reports, especially for the Inventory Management sections.View full review »
The mobile solution has a lot of room for improvement, especially in geopositioning capabilities, tracking capabilities, and configuration capabilities, in order to let the tech operate online and offline.
Maximo is a big system, so the initial setup is complex.View full review »
Revision management of file attachments.View full review »
Vendor management needs enhancement.View full review »