Author Archives: Andy Stewart

About Andy Stewart

Always on the lookout for new business opportunities as activeG's Business Development Director, Andy's happy to be living in the Valley of the Sun for 40 years. Andy has over 16 years of Supply Chain and IT management experience, and wishes he could play the guitar like Pat Metheny.

You’re invited: activeG-TRM Event – Nov 7 – Mesa, AZ

Powering Up Maximo – Spatial and Process Strategies for Utility Asset Management

Are you attending the upcoming Fall 2011 Maximo Utility Working Group – MUWG meeting in Mesa, AZ – Nov. 7-9?

If so, then make the most of your travel day, Monday, Nov. 7 and join TRM and activeG for a FREE “Powering Up Maximo – Spatial and Process Strategies for Utility Asset Management” event – featuring TRM RulesManager and activeG’s MapEngine.  Or, if you can’t make the MUWG, just join us!

Date: Monday November 7, 2011
Time: 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM MST (Add to my calendar)
Where: Mesa Arizona Convention Center, Bld A – Apache Room
263 N Center Street
Mesa, AZ 85201
(Driving Directions)

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This event brings together two powerful technologies that enable you to configure Maximo to best meet your business and technology requirements without customizing out-of-the-box Maximo.

RulesManager: dynamic business logic and user interface control

MapEngine: sophisticated spatial visualization leveraging multiple GIS data stores — much more than GIS integration
Leverage the power of RulesManager and MapEngine together!

Together you get Powerful User, Applications and Data Security without the configuration challenges.

Check out the most productive and lowest risk lifecycle configuration management paradigm for Maximo.  Join TRM and activeG on Nov. 7th!

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We look forward to seeing you!  If you can’t make this event, contact us and we’ll do it virtually for you!

Pulse 2011 Rewind

Many thanks to all those who came out to visit us at Pulse 2011 in Las Vegas.  We enjoyed getting to meet all of you who stopped by the booth and we appreciated the opportunity to share info about activeG with you.

Amtrak's Bill Broughton gets the rock star treatment at the Pulse 2011 kickoff

activeG was proud to be a part of a couple of important events:

activeG participated in the first annual Maximo Rail Industry Summit, hosted by Amtrak’s Bill Broughton.  Thanks to the many companies and individuals who made the summit something worth attending.

Also, activeG’s MapEngine was featured as part of the Water/Wastewater Panel, where Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District’s Jason MacGill shared some new functionality called Measurement Recording.