IBM Pulse 2013 Agenda at a Glance
With four days of top-notch education, Pulse 2013 will help you react with agility in changing competitive landscapes, reduce vulnerability throughout the service lifecycle, and continuously improve the business impact of the technology. Pulse 2013 will address a multitude of audiences and industries with sessions that demonstrate how to apply the tools and best practices to help your organization achieve business without limits through:
Whatever your role, industry or technology needs, you will find the information you need at Pulse 2013.
Uncovering new opportunities and insights to drive revenue and profits is fundamental to how organizations conduct business today. From the performance of interconnected physical and digital assets to the delivery of the services that depend upon them, this stream will focus on IBM's smarter infrastructure capabilities that maximize operational effectiveness, accelerate time to market, and enable new value creation across the entire product lifecycle. Sessions will include smarter infrastructure case studies and best practices, Enterprise Asset Management, Integrated Workplace Management, Smarter Buildings and Cities, and Smarter Products that explore the convergence of IT and OT, asset lifespan, risk and compliance, cost reduction, energy efficiency, space planning and real estate portfolio management and more.
IBM has a broad range of cross brand capabilities and business strengths to deliver innovative new products and services, maximize operational efficiency, and leverage insights to exploit new opportunities. This track will showcase client use cases of companies that have optimized their systems across front and back office assets and explore the innovation and integration taking place among today’s most progressive companies. Presentations from IBM SME’s will also depict the key capabilities that truly enable a smarter infrastructure from design and build engineering to the analytics and optimization that help organizations drive significant business outcomes.
In this track, we are looking for customers using IBM solutions to automate building management functions that help them reduce energy, optimize space and minimize environmental impact in their facilities. Customers using IBM Smarter Buildings solutions for facilities management, facilities maintenance, energy and environmental management, capital project management and real estate management are urged to submit to this track
In this track, city leaders will highlight how they are creating opportunities from the harsh realities of aging infrastructures, declining budgets, changing demographics and increasing threats through leadership and innovation to meet and exceed citizen expectations. IBM government clients will present case studies and best practices in making their cities safer and smarter. Presentations and demonstrations featuring the IBM Smarter Cities solutions portfolio will cover city operations, emergency management, energy, public safety, social services, transportation and water.
Operating, maintaining, and managing assets throughout their lifecycle to ensure safe, reliable predictive operations are essential value drivers of a smarter infrastructure. In this track we are looking for presentations that highlight better outcomes through the combination of process automation and data. This may be in the form of predictive and condition based maintenance, asset, work and supply chain management, license and software management, network and security management, traceability, and event management and business rules.
What is your maintenance management strategy for production, facilities, and transportation assets? In this track we are looking for certain techniques, processes, activities, and or incentives deemed to be extremely effective/efficient in delivering world-class maintenance at your plant or facility. IBM Maxiimo Asset Management and IBM TRIRIGA presentations should highlight quantitative and qualitative ROI and Return on Asset (ROA) data such as equipment uptime, inventory carrying costs, labor utilization, space utilization, achieving energy and environmental goals, capital project management and regulatory compliance. Other areas may include training, application consolidation, and organizational structure and function distribution.
In this track we would like to hear from a multitude of industries: Energy, Manufacturing, Transportation, Chemicals & Petroleum, Mining, Life Sciences, Telecom, Finance, and Public Sector – including State, Local, and Federal Government users, highlighting how you have addressed your industry specific challenges with IBM Maximo Asset Management and IBM TRIRIGA. We are particularly interested in presentations that focus on our industry solution capabilities and the inherent value derived from their usage.
These sessions are designed to be co-presented by an IBM Maximo subject matter expert and a Maximo client or group of users on a panel to provide a dual perspective: learning and training from the Maximo presenter, and real-world experiences from the client. Areas of interest may include: workflow, reporting, migration, monitoring, archiving, integration, mobile, scheduler, linear, calibration, spatial, Smart Cloud Control Desk, and HS&E. Clients submitting an abstract will be mapped with the appropriate subject matter expert.
These sessions are designed to be co-presented by an IBM TRIRIGA subject matter expert and a TRIRIA client or group of users on a panel to provide a dual perspective: learning and training from the TRIRIGA presenter and real-world experiences from the client. Areas of interest may include new capabilities within the IBM TRIRIGA Application Platform, workflow configuration, reporting, integration, and other technical topics. These sessions may also provide content on the use of add-on products such as IBM TRIRIGA Connector for Offline Forms, IBM TRIRIGA Connector for Business Applications, etc. Clients submitting an abstract will be mapped with the appropriate subject matter expert.