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Brian Riemer, Software Director i Danfoss Food & Retail - Why RTC? …

Brian Riemer, Software Director i Danfoss Food & Retail - Why RTC?
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  • 1. RTC - SW Director, Danfoss A/S Food Retailbrian.riemer@danfoss.com
  • 2. Our business is saving energy in cooling applications using electronic controls
  • 3. Definitions Examples: Enterprise mgmt. level Monitoring centre Energy bureau Monitoring/mgmt of energy, alarms, End-user HQ operation across sites Danfoss EDS Site mgmt. level Mgmt and optimization of site Supermarket Cold StoragePortfolio Restaurant Application mgmt. level High End Mgmt and optimization of application Low End HVAC Control Case Control Pack Control Glass Door Merchandise Control Sensor Electronic Expansion Compressor valve
  • 4. ADAP-KOOL® solutionsfor convenience stores and supermarkets
  • 5. Context• Global product development – Denmark (Specification + Validation EU) – USA (Specification + Validation EU), India (development + qualification) – China (Commodity development + qualification) – Team/project sizes from 2 to 65• Company strategy to be TS16944 compliant by 2015• Product quality < 100 PPM• “Mechanical” mind set company – One Mechanical approach – One Electronic approach CO2• 5+ years experience of outsourcing software
  • 6. Requirement Specification• MUST HAVE What’s: – Full transparency of ongoing activities (worldwide) • To avoid last minute surprises – Better Estimation / planning of activities – Link between requirements, test plans, test specifications, test cases, test result – All changes are visible – Automatic builds/tests
  • 7. Approach• Successful business people have three core processes: Strategy Rational People Team Operations Concert And invest in the IT/tools needed to succeed!
  • 8. Mindset• People – Ensure you have the right people (attitude and skills)• Process – That work using a “similar” process (scrum & v-model)• Produce – So that the organisation can be as productive as possible (ensure development)• IT/tools is the clue that makes it work – Organisation relevant data must be available for everybody
  • 9. The Leaders Dilemma• Should your people define the process and select the tools• Or• Should the leader commit to a tool, that will lift all people to the next level (commit and drive)
  • 10. Examples from RTC – WHAT DO I GET COMPARED TO MY RS (PLANNING) Scope: Ideal horizontal. If not, mismatch between planning and execution Above or below 80% on time, New tool: why are weekends included, why is thie sum not 100%
  • 11. Examples from RTC – WHAT DO I GET COMPARED TO MY RS (EXECUTION)Live data, KPI’s available in the toolSupport from IBM on issues