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IBM Named a leader in Gartner Magic Quadrant for EAM

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We are pleased to announce that IBM was named a leader in Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Asset Management Software. In a market that is very mature, it is exciting to be named a leader in this space.

Leading in completeness of vision

When IBM thinks about what it means to have a complete vision, it is necessary to paint a picture of the future and showcase a roadmap that is marching in that direction. In our recent post on 5 brilliant ways to augment your EAM strategy, we talked about all the exciting innovations that Maximo is marching towards. These includes opportunities to integrate with augmented reality, blockchain, mobility, IoT and new, engaging user interfaces.

 

IBM Maximo 2017 Investments & Innovations

On its own, IBM Maximo is a leading EAM solution. By infusing it with these innovations aimed at driving operational excellence, we get a force that cannot be reckoned with. In addition to these market innovations, other key considerations for completeness of vision are:

  • Market Understanding
  • Marketing strategy
  • Sales Strategy
  • Offering strategy
  • Business Model
  • Vertical Strategy
  • Innovation
  • Geographic Strategy

It’s an exciting time for everyone who works with and supports Maximo each day.

As Ray Miciek, VP Sales and Marketing, Aquitas recently blogged about, there are three fundamental aspects that make all of this possible: clients, partnerships, and our fantastic Maximo community. Our thanks to all of you for making this possible.

Check out the Gartner Magic Quadrant to get the details of why IBM Maximo has been named a leader.

Learn more about IBM Maximo

View this Infographic and discover how many leading organizations are choosing Maximo.

To learn more about the value of EAM for your business, visit our educational content.

Finally, if you’re ready to take the leap with Maximo or learn more about these innovations, visit the IBM Marketplace or contact your sales rep today.

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