New features in Maximo for Asset Configuration Manager version 7.6.3

July 8, 2016 deirdrelinehan

 

The latest version of Maximo® for Asset Configuration Manager offers new features and capabilities to help you achieve greater efficiency in asset management.

 

Associate systems with models to standardize definitions and specify configuration rules for the systems

To help you to define system-specific configuration rules, you can now define a master list of systems that can be applied to multiple models to standardize engineering definitions. To better understand system dependencies and relationships, you can now view functional representations of an asset and its systems and also see which systems are associated with a particular build position.

 

Use the new Asset Roles and Capabilities application to manage the operational readiness of assets

In the new Asset Roles and Capabilities application, you can define asset roles and capabilities and specify the relationships between roles, capabilities, and systems. You can also identify the configuration status of an asset to determine whether it can satisfy specified roles.

 

Filter and sort the records on the Maintenance Plan tab of the Assets application

You can now find tasks more easily in the Assets application, because you can filter and sort on a wider selection of columns than previously possible.

 

For more information about Maximo for Asset Configuration Manager version 7.6.3, visit the IBM Knowledge Center.

A download document provides describes where to download Maximo for Asset Configuration Manager version 7.6.3. 

 

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