Maximo Consultant

Rose International Irving , TX 75060

Posted 7 days ago

Title: Maximo Consultant

Duration: John Carpenter Freeway, Irving, Texas 75039

Duration 4-6 months

Industry: Electricity Company

Maximo Consultant - Analyst / Developer

1. Review and understand existing Maximo Implementation and customization, especially Key Alliance.

2. Design, develop, document, and analysis customization for improvement or convert to new version built in functionality.

3. Perform technical upgrade from Maximo v 7.5 to Maximo v 7.6 as part of upgrade technical team.

4. Perform conversion of database from Oracle to DB2 as part of upgrade technical team.

5. Perform transition to cloud based hosting as part of upgrade technical team.

6. Perform implementation of CPNPP work management from Maximo 5.2 to 7.6 as part of upgrade technical team.

7. Support Go-Live.
Patrick Choudhary
Office: (636) 812-4000, ext. 6610

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