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    • 1. IT: Enabling the Supply Chain MCB Suppliers Day December 14, 2011
    • 2. MCB Suppliers Customers
    • 3. MCB Order to cash Purchase to pay Plan to execute Production Suppliers Customers
    • 4. Operational processes become more complex MCB Suppliers Customers Production
    • 5. Challenges for our role in the supply chain
      • Growing customer demand for flexibility
        • Product availability
        • Assortment
        • Value added services
      • Sourcing has become a global playing field
      • Increasing speed & transparancy
        • Lead times
        • Added value
        • Certificates
      • Increasing networked manufacturing
      • Lack of integrated business processes
      • Pressure on costs and working capital
    • 6. MCB’s answers to the challenges
      • Redesign of our logistic control
      • Standardization in processes
      • Integral approach of processes vs departmental-thinking
      • Integrated business process platform
      • Increased transparancy
        • Product availability, tracking&tracing
        • Connectivity within MCB and in the supply chain
      • Increase speed
        • Internal processes
        • First time right
      • Plan and control the goods flow
    • 7. Planning & Control MCB Suppliers Customers Production Capacity planning Assortment planning Inventory management Demand planning Resource planning Master planning Order allocation Forecasting
    • 8. MCB Logistic Control model Suppliers Customers IM Production planning Assortment mgt Forecasting Sales contract Contracting Purchasing Transport planning. Quotations Load- planning Pick- planning Location mgt Receipt planning Location mgt Shop Floor Control Shop Floor Control Transport planning Orderplanning MasterPlanning Sales Orders Order-allocation Supplier mgt Sourcing
    • 9. IT: Enabling the Supply Chain
      • Realization of the Logistic Control Model
      • Implementation of the integrated business processes
        • Order to Cash
        • Purchase to Pay
        • Sales & Operations Planning
        • Produce to Finished Goods
        • Record to Report
      • Implementation of integrated application portfolio
        • SAP
        • Advanced Planning and Optimization
        • Sales Cockpit
        • Quintiq – Production Planning
        • Transvision – Transport Planning
        • Auto ID – track&trace
        • Business Intelligence
    • 10. Mapping SAP on the Logistic Control model Suppliers Customers IM Production planning Assortment mgt Forecasting Sales contract Contracting Purchasing Transport planning. Quotations Load- planning Pick- planning Location mgt Receipt planning Location mgt Shop Floor Control Shop Floor Control Transport planning Orderplanning MasterPlanning Sales Orders Order-allocation Supplier mgt Sourcing SAP ECC SAP SCM Sales Cockpit Transvision Quintiq SAP BI Management Information
    • 11. Application portfolio IPMG’s Back Office Front Offices ass . beh . verkoop en after sales acc. mgt inkoop order fulfil - ment voorraad beheer productie en bewerking distributie en transport magazijn beheer SLIM4 fin. en acc. Adv. WMS APS SFA BoS backbone datawarehouse APS SFC IPMG’s Back Office Front Offices Sales after sales acc. mgt Sourcing order fulfil - ment Inv,mgt production Distribution & transport mgt fin. & acc. Trans-vision Sales Cockpit Standard SAP (ECC, SCM) SAP Business Intelligence / Every Angle Quintiq SCM Interfacing: SAP PI/XI, Webdynpro External communication: E-mail, Fax, EDI Trans-poreon Assortment Location Auto-ID
    • 12. IT: Enabling the Supply Chain
      • IT values
        • Business Continuity
        • Process enabling and control
        • Transparancy
        • Speed and flexibility
      • Implementation of IRIS
        • Design and prepare
        • Pilot operational in MCB Belgium Front Office
        • Full scope implementation Q1-2012
        • Change management
      • Next steps
        • Open up the supply chain
        • Track & trace
        • Social media
        • Always on
    • 13. What does this bring to our Supply Chain?
      • Customers
        • First time right
        • Reliable partner
        • Availability and capability to perform
        • Track and trace
        • Lower overall costs
      • Suppliers
        • MCB: reliable and flexible to do business with
        • Quick insight in changing customer and market trends
        • Integrated information flows
        • Reduce inefficiencies
        • Improved responsiveness
      • Costs
        • Better forecasting means lower inventories
        • Transparancy = less uncertainty = less inventory in the chain
        • First time right = no correction cost
        • Less administrative costs
    • 14. Thank you !

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