InterPro Solutions successfully implemented Maximo and EZMaxMobile at Harvard University. This facilities asset management solution includes IBM’s Enterprise Asset Management System, Maximo and InterPro’s enterprise-grade mobile solution, EZMaxMobile.
“We believe this solution is a starting point to countless opportunities to better serve our customers by reducing 'friction' across all of our core work processes. Our workforce has always been mobile … now our work management systems are too,” said Jeffrey Smith, Director of Facilities Services at Harvard University. “The move to Maximo and EZMaxMobile positions us to improve overall efficiency and information sharing within our service groups responsible for operating and maintaining Harvard’s physical plant, fleet, and energy generation / distribution systems.”
EZMaxMobile is a highly flexible solution that mobilizes Maximo in order to simplify processes, save time and money, and increase job satisfaction. The sophistication of EZMaxMobile showcases InterPro’s in-depth knowledge of Maximo.
“The InterPro team was very excited to work with Harvard University in documenting critical O&M requirements, installing and configuring Maximo, and implementing our leading mobile solution for Maximo – EZMaxMobile,” William Fahey, Managing Partner at InterPro Solutions.
About InterPro Solutions
InterPro is a market leader in mobile asset management products and services. Founded in 2003 and headquartered in Stoneham, Massachusetts, InterPro combines operation and maintenance best practices with leading-edge mobile technology. The company’s award winning mobile solution,
, is recognized as the premier mobile application for Maximo due to its ease of use and unparalleled ROI. InterPro serves customers in diverse industries including higher education, utilities, energy, healthcare, water/wastewater, government and manufacturing.
About Harvard University
Harvard University is world renowned for excellence in teaching, learning, and research. The University has an enrollment of over 20,000 degree candidates, including undergraduate, graduate, and professional students. Harvard has more than 360,000 alumni around the world. Harvard Campus Services provides comprehensive physical plant and related support services to more than 20 MSF throughout the Cambridge, Allston, and Longwood campuses.