Solufy & Prometheus Group Webinar

Questions? We've Got Answers. | WEBINAR March 13, 2019


Since Solufy has become part of Prometheus Group, you may have questions. We’re here to answer them. So, we’re hosting a webinar specifically for Solufy clients. In this webinar, we’ll walk you through:

  • A little about our bigger, better team (and the familiar faces you’ve come to know).
  • The new asset management products that will help you improve your maintenance practices.
  • The improved services you will receive in 2019.
  • The Prometheus Group User Conferences in Europe and North America and why you should attend.

And, we’ll save time to Q&A, so that we can answer as many of your AKWIRE, DataSplice, Prometheus, and Maximo questions as possible.

Your Hosts:

MattM Matt Midas, Director of Sales, Maximo

RichardAlmendarez Richard AlmendarezDirector of Professional Services, Maximo

Michael nutt Michael Nutt, Account Executive, Prometheus Mobile

Nate Poppema Nate Poppema, Mobile Maximo Operations

You don’t want to miss it!

So, join our live, free customer webinar on March 13, 2019 at 12 pm EST / 10 am MST.

Save Your Spot for the Webinar

Shauna Nevel
Maximo Business Analyst
Penn State University, Pennsylvania, USA
Key to Efficiency!

The key to reduce our unplanned/emerging work and reduce maintenance costs is getting people onboard with using AKWIRE visual suite for Maximo, by introducing more groups to AKWIRE and everything that it can do for us.

Jim Martin
Project Manager Maintenance Improvement
DTE Energy, Michigan, USA
Excellent Scheduling Tool for IBM Maximo!

A couple weeks ago, we had a training session. One person told me he was there because he was told to be there. ‘But I’m not going to use it,' he said.

Halfway through the second day, that same person gave me his phone number because he didn’t want to miss anything.

That is a statement to the tool.

Jason Luke
Consultant, Application SR IT
Kinder Morgan, Texas, USA
Better Technical Solution!

I liked AKWIRE vScheduler over alternatives because the processing happens on a Citrix server vs utilizing CPU on the Maximo application servers.

I had heard and seen demos in the past that showed alternative solutions using a lot to process all this data. So to have it off loaded onto a different server, seemed like a better technical solution.