Case Study: London Tube User EAM to Meet Financial Targets
IBM Maximo enables Tube Lines to better monitor the condition of each asset to make more informed decisions for maintenance and renewals.
Integrating asset maintenance activity and equipment history in IBM Maximo with financial and planning systems is helping Tube Lines meet its financial targets, plan for long-range capital investments and improve the rail infrastructure.
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| IBM Maximo enables Tube Lines to better monitor the condition of each asset to make more informed decisions for maintenance and renewals.
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Posted on 12/08/2010 by