Ontracks Consulting, a leading implementer of IBM Maximo announced today that it has achieved the highest level for technical expertise with IBM earning their AAA accreditation. The AAA accreditation is awarded to IBM Business Partners that have the deepest experience and demonstrated skillsets to deliver high quality solutions. “Obtaining this accreditation confirms our commitment to delivering IBM Maximo solutions that add real value to our clients.” says Craig Mackenzie, Principal at Ontracks Consulting. He adds “Ontracks is one of two Canadian-based organizations with this accreditation and one of seven in the US, we’re very pleased to be part of such a small select group”.

About Ontracks
Ontracks Consulting is a leading implementer of IBM’s Enterprise Asset Management product Maximo and operational improvement firm, working with clients around the world to improve their operational performance. Ontracks focuses on delivering enterprise implementations and helping our clients realize tangible and sustainable operational improvements.

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