The technology preview of the Maximo Integration for Autodesk Revit 2013 products helped extend the value of a Revit building information model (BIM) into the operations phase of the building lifecycle. Maximo is an enterprise asset management solution from IBM. Richly attributed data about building assets, that are developed in Revit during the building design and construction phases, could be published directly into Maximo during commissioning or at building "handover," thus supporting more immediate and efficient use of Maximo once the building is occupied. The technology preview ceased operation on August 6, 2013.
Thanks to everyone who downloaded:
and provided feedback:
With almost 600 downloads, this technology preview had notable scale, given the significant and enterprise nature of the Maximo business (e.g., one Maximo account represents hundreds or thousands of seats and end users). In addition, we captured important industry insights and technical requirements from this preview. These included the importance of building owners articulating what data they need to manage and operate their facilities, and how to ask for this information — early on — from their AEC services teams. We learned that integrations, like these, create new collaboration opportunities within the owner organization, where facilities teams are now working more closely with capital project groups. Most importantly, the preview continued to validate the interest of building owners in extracting even more value from the BIM process and workflow to better serve them in building operations, which is the longest and most cost intensive phase of the building lifecycle.
Thanks again to all who downloaded the technology preview and provided feedback to Autodesk.
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