Visual Planner Suite

A comprehensive work week management solution that empowers your organization to execute routine maintenance work on time, boost labor productivity and reduce maintenance costs.  

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IBM Maximo includes excellent functionality to develop a reliability program, but not enough to ensure its timely execution. Maximo Scheduler and intefaces with projet management tools such as Microsoft Project and Primavera P6 are available, but efficiently scheduling day-to-day maintenance requires a different approach than projects. Visual Planner was developed specifically to address this gap.  

Visual Planner offers a unique calendar approach, specifically designed to facilitate work week management and monitoring schedule compliance.

Visual Planner adds the functionality to quickly and easily complete all the planning and scheduling tasks required for managing day-to-day maintenance directly in Maximo.

Speed up the planning, scheduling and assignment processes. Spend less time on the keyboard and more time working with your team to achieve the highest work quality.

View your PM forecast and balance your workload
Create optimized weekly schedules, taking into account labor, asset and materials availability
Manage asset and labor non-availability
Manage labor assignments and schedule execution
Complete work orders and report work completion information
Generate schedule compliance reports and KPIs

Visual Planner is completely embedded in Maximo, allowing for seamless adoption by planners, schedulers, supervisors and tradespeople who are used to working with Maximo. It’s available for IBM Maximo Asset Management version 7.6.1, as well as all previous versions of Maximo since 5.2.

Easy to learn
No interface or external applications required
Installs on the Maximo application environment
Entirely developed using Maximo framework

AN AWARD WINNING SOLUTION

Visual Planner received the first ever Integrated Service Management Library Excellence Award from IBM in 2011 and has been implemented by over 200 organizations on six continents.