10+ IBM Maximo Alternatives and Competitors
IBM Maximo is an all-in-one enterprise asset management software perfect for business’ enterprise asset solution needs. IBM Maximo primarily provides high-end solutions for critical enterprise asset management processes, such as purchasing, inventory, management of locations, service desk, and work planning. The platform offers not only high-end solutions to track assets, for it also provides high-end functionalities that monitor communications, infrastructure, production, transportation, and so much more. Originally developed by Project Software & Development, IBM Maximo was released in the market way back in 1983. IBM Corporation later purchased the software in 2005, then rebranded it as IBM Maximo Asset Management or IBM Maximo. Since its release in the market, IBM Maximo becomes the primary platform for thousands of users, making the app one of the best enterprise asset management platforms for businesses. IBM Maximo also becomes the prime competitor for other EAM software, such as Infor CloudSuite, EAM, Oracle eAM, UpKeep, EZOfficeInventory, SAP EAM, IFS EAM, eMaint, Asset Works, MVP Plant, and Maintenance Connection.
|Logo||Name Sort||Rating Sort||CEO||Pricing Sort||Founded Sort||Revenue Sort||Employees Sort||Location Sort||Reviews Sort||Customers Sort|
|Infor CloudSuite EAM||Kevin Samuelson||N/A||2002|| $2.8 B|| 17,000+||New York|| 1878+ Reviews|| 68K +|
|Oracle EAM||Safra Catz||$4595||1977||N/A|| 500+||Redwood City|| 1878+ Reviews|| 110K +|
|IBM Maximo||Steve Richmond||N/A||1983||N/A|| 50+||New York|| 1898+ Reviews|| 9.3K +|
|EZOfficeInventory EAM||Syed Ali||$35||2011|| $1 M|| 11+||Austin|| 1878+ Reviews|| 1K +|
|SAP EAM||Noel Fagan||N/A||1990|| $23 M|| 500+||California|| 1787+ Reviews|| 50K +|
|IFS EAM||Darren Roos||N/A||1983|| $668 M|| 4,000+||Sweden|| 1879+ Reviews|| 10K +|
|UpKeep EAM||Ryan Chan||$35||2014|| $13.8 M|| 200+||Los Angeles|| 1878+ Reviews|| 70K +|
|eMaint||Brian Samelson||$33||1986|| $18 M|| 200+|| Bonita Springs|| 1784+ Reviews|| 50K +|
|Asset Works||Tony DeSilvester||N/A||1991|| $25.9 M|| 10,000+||Texas|| 1789+ Reviews|| 17.3K +|
|MVP Plant EAM||Ruth Hughes||N/A||2000|| $5.1 M|| 1,000+||Chicago|| 1879+ Reviews|| 1K +|
|Rosie Pongracz||VP Marketing||https://www.linkedin.com/in/rosiepongracz|
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- Accounting Intergration
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- Business Intelligence
- List Management
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- Sales Enablement
- Sales Force Automation
- Team Collaboration
- Predictive Sales
- Performance Management
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The IBM Maximo platform offers all users with three (3) quote based priced plans. These are: the Maximo Application Suite plan, the Maximo SaaS Dedicated plan, and the Maximo (On-Prem). Each plan has its own capabilities. However, IBM Maximo markets the Maximo Application Suite plan as the most popular choice.
IBM Maximo aims to be a flexible platform for its users. That is why when choosing for deployment, the app offers three options. These are: cloud, on-premise, and hybrid. If you choose cloud-based deployment, all installation and data is stored on IBM servers. For on-premise, you install IBM on your company’s servers for full control. If you choose hybrid, then you get both cloud and on-premise deployment.
Yes, it does. If you need more functionality with your IBM Maximo platform, the app offers various add-ons to boost its capabilities. These are: the Maximo Scheduler and Scheduler Plus, the Maximo Health Safety and Environment Manager, IBM Maximo Anywhere, Maximo Linear Asset Manager, Maximo Spatial Asset Management, and so much more.
With a flexible platform, users from multiple industries can benefit from using IBM Maximo. The key industries that top that list are: the energy and utilities industry, the Chemical and petroleum industry, the transportation industry, and the manufacturing industry.