OCWA IBM Maximo™ Software Migration
What was the challenge?
Our project with Onondaga County Water Authority involved a critical migration of their IBM Maximo™ software from on-premise to a cloud-based system. One of the key challenges we successfully navigated was transitioning from an Oracle database to the IBM DB2 platform, ensuring a seamless integration that optimized their asset management processes in the cloud environment. Additionally, we addressed the intricate task of reconfiguring integrations between IBM Maximo™ and their utility billing software, as well as their financial software, overcoming complexities to ensure uninterrupted data flow and operational continuity within the newly migrated cloud environment.
How did Barton & Loguidice find a solution?
Barton & Loguidice played a pivotal role in partnering with OCWA throughout the project, spearheading the meticulous migration of all data and configurations from their legacy system to the cloud. Their expertise was instrumental in meticulously rebuilding integrations, ensuring a smooth transition that preserved critical operational connections between IBM Maximo™, utility billing, and financial software.
Why was the project a success?
By transitioning to a cloud-based IBM Maximo™ system, OCWA now enjoys enhanced scalability, improved accessibility, and substantial cost savings in licensing fees while also benefiting from streamlined operations and increased agility in adapting to evolving industry demands. There is less of a demand on their Information Technology department for server maintenance and database backups, and the system access is easier for their Maximo users.
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