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This contains all the presentations from the 9 April breakfast ...

This contains all the presentations from the 9 April breakfast

David Gittins, EMC - What is Cloud? http://uk.emc.com/
James Wilson, WeLoveSleep - Why I now run a digital business www.welovesleep.co.uk/
Dan Fleetcroft, PES Performance – How Cloud supports collaborative design and supply chain management www.pes-performance.com/
Hannah Chaplin, Order Harmony - Example of Software as a Service www.orderharmony.com/

The final presentation from Eddie Murphy from MottMacDonald on collaboration can be found here: http://prezi.com/adtppkhyugmc/collaboration-case-study/?auth_key=813bd409969889be4ccc0c5442e00a5cec36d56b&kw=view-adtppkhyugmc&rc=ref-11356493

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  • The service is typically delivered over the Internet and accessed by a browser such as Internet Explorer.Instead of purchasing the hardware and software, you just pay to use the software.No IT infrastructure is required.Allows people to run their business instead of worrying about software.Our first client couldn’t afford the traditional hardware/software solutions available and they didn’t want to be tied in to a contract.Leading manufacturer of sensory equipment for soft playShoe supplierNew Zealand/AustraliaRetail/Suppliers/ecommerce only
  • The service is typically delivered over the Internet and accessed by a browser such as Internet Explorer.Instead of purchasing the hardware and software, you just pay to use the software.No IT infrastructure is required.Allows people to run their business instead of worrying about software.Our first client couldn’t afford the traditional hardware/software solutions available and they didn’t want to be tied in to a contract.
  • No contract – don’t’ tie people in and as a result you get great service. Makes software affordable – Total Sensory: have two branches and had to fax orders, now all they do is look on the computer.Helps with remote working – we have a lot of people who use OrderHarmony on the iPad. No in-house IT – affordabilityHelp and support are kingSoftware becomes collaborative – listen to our customers, implement their suggestions free-of-charge

CloudCity Working Together Breakfast 9 April 2013 CloudCity Working Together Breakfast 9 April 2013 Presentation Transcript

  • CloudCityWorking Together6 April 2013
  • Agenda07:30 Breakfast and Registration08:00 Welcome – Neil MacDonald, Master Cutler08:05 Context and Collaboration – Deborah Egan, SCR LEP Private Board Rep08:15 David Gittins, EMC - What is Cloud?08:35 James Wilson, WeLoveSleep - Why I now run a digital business08:50 Dan Fleetcroft, PES Performance – Cloud, Design and Supply Chain Mgmt09:05 Hannah Chaplin, Order Harmony - Example of Software as a Service09:20 Eddie Murphy, MottMacDonald - Example of Collaboration09:40 Next Steps - Deborah Egan10:00 Finish
  • Deborah EganCloud and Collaboration
  • David GittinsEMC Computer Systems UK
  • Cloud ComputingDavid GittinsTechnology ConsultantEMC Computer Systems UK
  • • $21.8 billion 2012 Revenues / $6bn Cash Flow / +9%• £11.4bn Cash• Information Technology Products, Solutions & Services• Computing Infrastructure• Software• Big Data, Cloud, Agile, Document Mgmt.• Best known for Advanced Data Storage Solutions
  • • Pirelli, Burton-on-Trent• Hawker Siddeley, Loughborough• Loughborough University of Technology• Singer Flight Simulation, Sussex• Sun Microsystems UK• Capgemini Technology Consulting• EMC Computer Systems Finance/Commercial/Government Accenture-Sainsbury’s Reuters Global Market Data Systems ITV Ministry of Justice RADA Smiths Industries Colt Telecomm Security Agencies
  • Agile Application DevelopmentBig Data & AnalyticsCloud Computing
  • IT Infrastructure in 2001 Analysis Design Specification Quotes Ordering Manufacture Delivery Commissioning Provisioning
  • AnalysisDesignSpecificationQuotesOrderingManufactureDeliveryCommissioningProvisioning6-9 Months Cycle
  • Advantage#1 = Speed & Portability CoTS 2-10 Days Bespoke Apps Agile Developers Test Cloud Production Cloud 1-7 Days 1-2 Days
  • Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)Software as a Service(SaaS)Platform as a Service (PaaS)
  • Advantage#2 = CheaperGovernment Cloud ExerciseDefined some Standard PaaS, IaaS & SaaS and invitedcompanies to put offerings on a buyer portal (‘G-Cloud’)Compared incumbent SIs/Os contract charges against theirequivalent G-Cloud offering ................X2 – x10 £Cheaper on G-Cloud (from the same providers!)
  • Question:“Yes, but of course, new Web business-to-consumer systems are obviously idealfor cloud services: they’re fairly simple; self-contained; and the cost of the cloudinfrastructure can be added to the customer transaction.But what about legacy applications? They’re built from ‘old stuff’; they havecomplicated interfaces and dataflows; and we don’t use a ‘pay as you go’charging model – LoBs pay a standard fixed internal price” • Need insight into Legacy • Strategy for Cloud
  • Cloud ComputingDavid GittinsTechnology ConsultantEMC Computer Systems UKdavid.gittins@emc.com+44 7919 396 998
  • James WilsonWeLoveSleep
  • Helping You to Sleep BetterWhy I Now Run A Digital Business• Our Potential Market wasn’t just Local• Digital Is A Tool• We are Working Towards our Entire Business Being Run In The Cloud• Fire Fire!!0800 1707288 www.welovesleep.co.uk
  • Dan FleetcroftPES Performance
  • SCR LEP - CloudCityDan Fleetcroft – Engineering Design Director
  • Who & What is Performance Engineered Solutions (PES) Ltd. • High Performance Engineering Design Business Delivering Solutions to Multiple Sectors – Based at the Advanced Manufacturing Park, Sheffield • Cross Pollinating Technologies across Sectors – Technology Transfer creating Innovative Solutions • Track Record of Working in High Performance Environments • Keep Current with new Technologies by working at the Leading Edge • Working independently or Immersed in Partner businesses adding Design & Engineering to their product or service portfolio
  • PES Team:• PES team lead by Engineering Design Director Dan Fleetcroft who was mentored for 15 years by Formula One engineering great John Barnard• Team has over 40 years of engineering experience in diverse and demanding environments delivering solutions for companies such as: - Scuderia Ferrari, McLaren Racing, Redbull Racing, Williams F1, Honda Racing, Wirth Research, TWR Arrows, Prost GP, UK Sport, UK Cycling - Bentley, Aston Martin, Porsche, Volkswagen, JLR - Kenny Roberts MotoGP Team, Ducati, MZ, Triumph Motorcycles - BAe Systems, Lockheed Martin, QineitQ, Surrey Satellites, Doncasters - Philips Healthcare, RSL Steeper, Blatchford, JRI Orthopaedics, Surgical Innovation - David Brown, IHC Engineering Business - Vertu, Purdey, Pentax, Zen Oracle
  • PES’ Core Experience:• Advanced Design, Geometry Capture & Inspection 3D CAD, Rapid Surfacing, Detailing and Scanning• Advanced Simulation & Testing Techniques Finite Element Analysis (FEA), Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Wind Tunnel, Track and Laboratory Testing• Materials Knowledge, Experience and Development Metallics, Composites, Ceramics & Plastics• Manufacturing Technologies Machining, Casting, Forging, Fabrication, Composites, Additive Manufacture, Moulding
  • PES’ Capabilities:• Concept Design• Design Engineering including CAD, Detail and Assembly Drawings• Design for Composites including Laminate/Layup Drawings & Ply Books• Product Design and Optimisation• Design for Machining, Fabrication, Forging and Casting• Design for Additive Manufacturing/Rapid Prototyping• Design for Plastic Moulding Technologies• Design of Jigs, Fixtures and Tooling• Reverse Engineering/Geometry Capture, Scanning & Inspection• Finite Element Analysis (FEA)• Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD)• Testing and Simulation• Project Management• Research & Development
  • Sectors:• Aerospace & Satellites• Motorsport• Defence• Olympic, Elite Sports & Recreational Sports• Automotive• Marine• Rail• Medical• Energy including Renewables• Products• Heavy Industry and Plant
  • PES and Digital & Cloud Capabilities:• How and Where does PES use Digital & Cloud? • Computer Aided Design (CAD) & Computer Aided Manufacture (CAM) • Finite Element Analysis (FEA) • Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) • Communication – Key to Collaboration • Delivery – Both Virtual and Physical (RP) • Access to our Data from Anywhere • Mobile Technology – Cloud Accounting
  • PES and Digital & Cloud Capabilities:• How do we benefit from Digital & Cloud? • Software and Hardware Standard Operating Procedure for PES! Digital Technology Shapes our Deliverables Digital Technology Improves our Profitability It’s in a State of Continuous Evolution Need to watch for the Revolution • Collaboration – Client and Supply Chain • International Business without the Air Miles!
  • PES and Digital & Cloud Capabilities:• International Project Case Study • Whistler Sliding Centre Safety Audit - Investigation into the death of the Georgian Luger at the 2010 Winter Olympics • 8 North American and 3 UK Companies – 18 Months ˃$1M • PES Project Managed Data Collection & Manipulation and Trajectory Study – Large volume of data to share and analyse • Project Meetings/Conferences – Phone, Skype, Drop Box & Cereno Nuva
  • PES and Digital & Cloud Capabilities:• Whistler Sliding Centre Safety Audit Thunderbird – Corner 16 95+ mph 5.5g
  • PES and Digital & Cloud Capabilities:• Collaboration and Business Opportunities – Communication is Key • Technical Partnerships – Key to having Complementary Services to PES’ core skills. Allows PES to pursue more opportunities • ‘One Stop Shop’ - Allows PES to offer a Complete Solution with a Lower Capital Investment & Technical Risk. • Some Clients prefer a single point of contact for their entire project – Do not want ‘Subcontractors’ • PES can provide our Technical Partners with Capabilities they do not possess in house to help them and us secure business with almost Seamless Integration
  • PES and Digital & Cloud Capabilities:• Future Leverage of Digital & Cloud Capabilities and Challenges • Cloud Computing – Accessing the power of cloud servers to solve computer simulations – FEA & CFD • Ability to run Software Applications Remotely – CAD • Leasing of Software when we need it – Licence & Maintenance • International Offices allowing 24hr work on Projects • Security of Data • Backup • Confidentiality?
  • PES and Digital & Cloud Capabilities: Thank you Any Questions? www.pes-performance.com dan@pes-performance.com
  • Hannah ChaplinOrder Harmony
  • An introduction to OrderHarmony Online stock and order management
  • The OrderHarmony teamDan Dukeson Ed Bowler Hannah Chaplin CEO CTO Operations Manager Christina Zacharia Nigel Hedley Marketing Manager Non-Executive Director
  • Our customers
  • What is Software as a Service?
  • Why choose Software as a Service?Affordable for SMEs with no contracts No need to have an in-house IT team Help and support are often Free and regular improvements with no included in the price deployment – software becomes collaborative
  • What to look for from a service provider• Good security• Data back-ups• Support and help resources• Free trial• Customer reviews• Integrations
  • Eddie MurphyMott MacDonald
  • Deborah EganNext Steps
  • Next StepsContacts:Emma CheshireEmma.cheshire@collaborationworks.in07411001629Jag GorayaJagusti@collaborationworks.in07968948527