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IBM Maximo® & IFS EAM for Life Sciences help you to remain current in an ever-changing regulatory landscape

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Peacock Engineering can help you manage your risks more effectively – track all assets and work processes, with a full digital audit trail, using IBM Maximo® & IFS EAM

Life Sciences businesses have to work within a constantly evolving regulatory environment – and IBM Maximo® & IFS EAM for Life Sciences help to achieve that.

EAM solutions delivered by Peacock Engineering can help you demonstrate compliance with industry standards, such as Title 21 CFR Part 11 and GAMP.

Maximo® helps you to:

  • Manage risks by tracking all assets and work processes
  • Maintain a full digital audit trail
  • Carry out critical processes such as equipment calibration

Maximo® has been used by pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device, and contract manufacturing organisations for over 10 years and continues to be leveraged by 14 of the 15 largest life sciences companies today.

Maximo® & IFS EAM can manage and track all kinds of assets, over multiple sites, including equipment, facilities, engineering tools, electronic health records, document systems and IT infrastructure.

Ensure robust regulatory compliance

In order to ensure robust regulatory compliance, you need to reduce compliance risk through preventive maintenance and instrument calibration activities. Maximo® & IFS EAM can monitor your assets to enable preventative maintenance, and includes equipment calibration tools.

Watch our video on IBM Maximo® for Life Sciences here:
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IBM Maximo® & IFS EAM feature:

  • An in-built digital audit trail for all assets and activities
  • E-signature captured for all work processes
  • Completely accurate ‘live’ data
  • Exception reporting feature

Make validation easier to achieve with IBM Maximo® & IFS EAM

At Peacock Engineering, our programming and development processes make validation easier for your business to achieve. We establish with you in advance exactly what your requirements are, then we carefully document exactly how these requirements have been realised.

This ensures that the validation process is:

  • Easier to prepare & execute
  • Minimises testing and downtime
  • Most cost-effective for you

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Work effectively in hazardous environments

Peacock Engineering’s Fingertip mobile EAM solution extends Maximo’s capabilities to your engineers and technicians, to enable maintenance of your assets, wherever they are.

Fingertip allows data to be entered at point-of-work, and automatically syncs with Maximo®. Fingertip can also work entirely offline, which is ideal for ATEX inspections in volatile or hazardous environments. Fingertip then uploads the data to Maximo® when an internet connection is re-established.

  • Enforce your processes at the point of work with Fingertip’s Mobile Forms, using complex conditional logic to guide your engineers through every stage
  • Capture e-sig or hard signature for every process
  • Issue work orders at the point of work
  • Significantly reduce paper-based processes and duplication of work
  • Ensure all Maximo® users have real-time data from all your locations

Our Fingertip app provides you with unrivalled business benefits, and our experts will configure it in the best possible way to match your requirements.

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Calibrate your equipment and tools

IBM Maximo® and Fingertip can be extended to include features such as calibration, if required.

Fingertip’s Calibration Module enables critical calibration of equipment at the point-of-work. Your equipment can be calibrated without needing to return to base or keep paper notes. Fingertip keeps a record of the whole calibration process, with a hard signature, as part of your digital audit trail.

Fingertip’s Calibration Module can help you to:

  • Maintain regulatory compliance
  • Ensure a full digital authorisation trail
  • Significantly reduce time spent on calibration

Peacock Engineering are experts in the life sciences sector, and will deliver Maximo® and Fingertip to your exact requirements.

Learn more about the benefits of Maximo® here.

Read one of our case studies on IBM Maximo® for Life Sciences

Managed Cloud service - more information

Benefits of Managed Cloud service for your organisation

  • Focus your resources on improving system use and data quality while we use our expertise to manage your system.
  • Reduce total cost of ownership by using Peacock’s expertise to manage infrastructure and system support.
  • More cost effective licence model than the traditional on premise Maximo® licencing.
  • Flexible product offering which provides support and environment provision options.
  • Guaranteed IT security – All environments provisioned using ISO 27001 certified infrastructure and procedures.

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Service Support - more information

Peacock Engineering’s support includes Maximo, mobility, scheduling, integration, configuration, development.

Peacock Engineering recognises:

  • Different levels of solution complexity
  • A wide variation in internal capability
  • Impact of non-availability which can vary substantially
  • Support processes, systems and measures allow for a tailored ‘fit’

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Maximo Application Suite (MAS 8) - find out more

MAS 8 includes a host of great new features including:

  • Cloud-ready and cloud agnostic
  • Remote monitoring of assets using IoT technology
  • Condition-based predictive maintenance
  • Wide range of add-on packages to suit your business needs

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