Making New Product Launches Successful: ERP and Supply Chain Strategies

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A Successful Launch Happens When Processes, Systems and People Are Well Coordinated To A Common Vision and Goal

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Making New Product Launches Successful: ERP and Supply Chain Strategies

  1. 1. Making New Product Launches Successful: ERP and Supply Chain Strategies Louis Columbus Cincom Systems
  2. 2. Successful new product introductions generate 70% of a given A&D products’revenue, yet must integrate from several hundred to over a thousand systems toachieve this on a consistent basis. Source: AT Kearney
  3. 3. Over 80% of Product Lifecycle Costs Are Locked In During DesignSource: DARPA Rapid Design Exploration and Optimization Project
  4. 4. Source: Failed Product Launches Emphasize Need to Strengthen S&OP Involvement Published: 30 May 2012 Analyst(s): Jan Kohler, JanetSuleski
  5. 5. Tactical Integrate Sales & Operations Planning (S&OP) into the New Product Introduction Process Early
  6. 6. Business Enterprise Data Warehouses Leadership (PLM/ERP/SCM/BI) Manufacturing Data Warehouse Manufacturing (Historian or DB associated with MES, EHS,CONTINUUM OF ROLES SERVED Management etc.) Site Leadership DB DB Operational Data Stores Functional/ Data Historians (MES, CMMS, etc.) Task Workers DB Operators, Operational Technologies Engineers, Technicians (OT) REAL-TIME TRANSACTIONAL STAGED DATA (seconds, minutes) (minutes, hours, shifts) (shifts, days, weeks, months) TIME FRAME FOR DECISION SUPPORT Define An Analytics & Intelligence Strategy Source: Gartner To Measure Demand and Increase Forecast Accuracy
  7. 7. Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Functional Plant Applications (for example, MES, CMMS, QMS, EHS, LIMS, etc.) Supply ChainManagement (SCM) Business IntelligenceEnterprise Resource Conditions, Locations, and Plant Manufacturing Planning (ERP) Events, State, Constraints, Enterprise Operations Visibility Performance Costs, Exceptions, Actions Management Enterprise AssetManagement (EAM) SCADA, Control Systems, Sensors, DCS, and OT Product Life Cycle Management (PLM) Establish and Maintain Manufacturing Visibility Into New Product Introduction Plans Across the Enterprise Source: Gartner
  8. 8. Reinforce/Reward Collaboration, Communication with Shared Performance Drivers Globally
  9. 9. Changing from Functional to Program/Process Management Structure Streamlines Development
  10. 10. The Better the S&OP Planning, The More Accurate Project Execution BecomesSources: WSJ, Purchasing.com, AMR Research
  11. 11. Obsess, Measure and Report Quality so it becomes part of Your DNA
  12. 12. A Successful Launch Happens When Processes, Systems and People Are Well CoordinatedPhoto credit: NASA/Sandra Joseph, Kevin OConnell To A Common Vision and Goal
  13. 13. Thank You
  14. 14. For more information visit: http://erp.cincom.com/ lcolumbus@cincom.com  2012 Cincom Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved Developed in the U.S.A.CINCOM, the Quadrant Logo, and Simplification Through Innovation are registered trademarks of Cincom Systems, Inc. All other trademarks belong to their respective companies.

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