Interloc is heading to Portland for the Maximo Utility Working Group!

April 23, 2013 Stacey Miller

On April 29th, one of the largest Maximo User Groups meets in Portland Oregon — the Maximo Utility Working Group (MUWG) — and Interloc is pleased to be there as a Platinum sponsor.

MUWG has been meeting twice a year since 1998, officially making it one of the longest-running groups for Maximo users. This user group is focused on the exchange of information, methods and experiences by Maximo users in the gas, electric, water, and wastewater utility industries. Boasting a membership of over 145 utility companies, MUWG typically hosts over 300 Maximo users at both their Spring and Fall events.

Maximo Award Winning Consulting ServicesInterloc is especially excited about the upcoming event as our client, Southern California Gas, will be leading a breakout session showcasing how they are using the combination of the award-winning Interloc Mobile Informer and activeG InformME, to bring Maximo mobility with disconnected GIS to their workers in the field.

Both Interloc and activeG will be present at vendor night to providing demos of Mobile Informer and informME.  If you are going to Maximo Utility Working Group, we invite you to stop by the Interloc booth to see and learn why Interloc's Ready for Tivoli innovative products and services for Maximo have won multiple IBM awards, including being a finalist for the prestitious Beacon award for Best Solution for Optimizing the World's Infrastructure.

Can't make it to Portland?  Click here to get your own demo of Mobile Informer for Maximo and see what the buzz is about!

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