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Maximo Licenses, Maintenance, and Professional Services

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Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00000562641

Bid Title: Maximo Licenses, Maintenance, and Professional Services

Agency Bid No. Title: 1100-16-PCR

Received Date: 05/04/2016

Close Date: 05/12/2016

Purchase Type: Not Stated

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Delivery Date: Not Stated

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Specifications include, but are not limited to:PurposeKing Countys Facilities Management Division is seeking an IBM business partner to provide the annual licensing agreement, annual customer support for its Maximo Asset Management system, and support for future services. Maximo, an IBM product, requires that we use IBM business partner certified to provide Maximo Asset Management support.BackgroundThe Maximo Asset Management System was implemented in 2005 and included Work Order Management, Time Card Management, and integration with our People Soft Payroll System and Oracle Financial System. Preventive Maintenance functions were added in 2015. The system was upgraded to Maximo 7.5 in 2015. See section 4.6, for added customizations.King County OverviewKing County is a multi-purpose government that provides regional services to all residents who live in Seattle, surrounding cities, and unincorporated areas. It is composed of three major branches: Executive, Judicial, and Legislative. The King County Executive is the elected executive officer of County government. The Metropolitan King County Council, the legislative branch of County government, adopts laws, sets policies, and holds final approval over the budget.King County delivers services to an area that consists of 2,200 square miles, ranking 11th in geographical size among Washington States 39 counties. The County ranks number one in population in the State of Washington and is the financial, economic, and industrial center of the Pacific Northwest Region. King County contains 39 incorporated cities, which accounts for approximately 80 percent of its population. The population in the 2010 census was 1,931,249 with 710,916 households and 420,151 families residing the in the County. King County ranks as the 14th most populous County in the nation.The Business Services Maintenance group provides maintenance support of 33 buildings located in various parts of King County.Mandatory RequirementsMaximo, an IBM product, requires that we use an IBM business partner certified to provide Maximo Asset Management supportService Details

Product Codes: 92046, 20811, 92045

Agency Information

Issuing Agency: County of King

State: Washington

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Janet Harjo, Procurement and Contract Services Section 401 Fifth Avenue, Chinook Building, 3rd Floor, Seattle, Washington, 98104

Phone: 206-263-9286




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