SAAB Global Product Definition to Seviceability

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SAAB Global Product Definition to Seviceability

  1. 1. Global product descriptionfor Serviceability
  2. 2. Saab Automobile Parts ABFacts Saab Automobile Parts AB- Employees in Sweden: Nyköping about 260,Trollhättan about 60.Headquarters are in Nyköping.- The company is responsible for the warehousing, sale and distribution ofSaabGenuine spare parts and accessories for all authorized Saab workshopsglobally and selling logistics services to external companies. We arelogistics partner for a number of companies.- Has responsibility for Saab Automobile spare parts management since the1960s.- Warehouse space: around 88,000 m².- Storage: about 70 000 items.- Capacity: approx 30,000 order lines / day.- Goods of 50 trucks distributed every day.- The company is owned by the Swedish state.
  3. 3. Serviceability why do we needit?
  4. 4. Serviceability why do we needit?• Up time
  5. 5. Serviceability why do we needit?• Up time• Value added upgrades / updates
  6. 6. Which are the maindeliverables Technical service information Repair procedures Labour time manual, warranty times Parts catalougeGuided electrical fault tracings Workshop Electrical Schematics Diagnostic testerField programming servicesOwner manuals
  7. 7. Design for Serviceability• Determine the need for service
  8. 8. Design for Serviceability• Determine the need for service• Service requirements on the design
  9. 9. Design for Serviceability• Determine the need for service• Service requirements on the design• Service preparation
  10. 10. Release for the maindeliverables Technical service information Repair procedures Labour time manual, warranty times Parts catalouge Guided electrical fault tracings Workshop Electrical Schematics Diagnostic tester Field programming services Owner manuals
  11. 11. Starts @ Saab Automobile AB when there was a businessneed to replace the current GM owned Service PartsRelease system “ETS” with a Saab owned tool.The road to ARAS for Saab
  12. 12. Starts @ Saab Automobile AB when there was a businessneed to replace the current GM owned Service PartsRelease system “ETS” with a Saab owned tool.The requirement from the company was to also put afoundation in place to replace the GM owned Global ProductDescription System “GPDS” for SaabThe road to ARAS for Saab
  13. 13. .With the decision to continue the “ETS” replacement newrequirements was added.The requirement was to also be able to produceAfter Sales Engineering deliverables e.g.Workshop information (methods, fault tracing etc.)STM (Standard Time Mechanical, Labor time guide)EPC (Parts catalogue)New Requirements
  14. 14. • Maintain up-to-date service informationOur vision with ARAS
  15. 15. • Maintain up-to-date service information• Enhance service information applicabilityOur vision with ARAS
  16. 16. • Maintain up-to-date service information• Enhance service information applicability• Increase author productivityOur vision with ARAS
  17. 17. • Maintain up-to-date service information• Enhance service information applicability• Increase author productivity• Advanced ability to publish and exportOur vision with ARAS
  18. 18. • Maintain up-to-date service information• Enhance service information applicability• Increase author productivity• Advanced ability to publish and export• Enhance information exchange in order to takeadvantage of workload over time and increaseefficiencyOur vision with ARAS
  19. 19. Challenges• Replace several different applications / systems
  20. 20. Challenges• Replace several different applications / systems• Unify the information flow
  21. 21. Challenges• Replace several different applications / systems• Unify the information flow• Replace manual processes, follow up and co-ordination
  22. 22. Challenges• Replace several different applications/systems• Unify the information flow• Replace manual processes, follow up and co-ordination• Configuration management with dependencies
  23. 23. Challenges• Replace several different applications/systems• Unify the information flow• Replace manual processes, follow up and co-ordination• Configuration management with dependencies• Translation management
  24. 24. Challenges• Replace several different applications/systems• Unify the information flow• Replace manual processes, follow up and co-ordination• Configuration management with dependencies• Translation management• Use supplier competence and information as a base forupdate
  25. 25. How to approach this scope?• Business Analysis
  26. 26. How to approach this scope?• Business Analysis• Define the scope for the project
  27. 27. How to approach this scope?• Business Analysis• Define the scope for the project• Learn and understand the base function
  28. 28. How to approach this scope?• Business Analysis• Define the scope for the project• Learn and understand the base function• Add the data model with base functionality
  29. 29. How to approach this scope?• Business Analysis• Define the scope for the project• Learn and understand the base function• Add the data model with base functionality• Add next layer of functionality….
  30. 30. Thanks for your attention!

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