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Overview of Active Technical Library System from Maintenance Partnership Systems

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    • This slide set evolved from the traditional set of talking points to support a customer presentation. The subject matter is relatively dense and some of the slides are relatively wordy– however conscious of the value of your time, we’ve attempted to keep the experience as compact as possible. We hope you’ll find the topic as interesting as we do. Maintenance Partnership Systems Copyright © 2009 Maintenance Partnership Systems. All rights Reserved 2 Commercial-In-Confidence
    • A time to act Global Financial Recovery Global Financial Crisis Get Future Checked Get Future Ready Some companies will emerge from this period fitter and more competitive. Will yours? Issue Possible Impact Potential Response • Increasing focus on cost • Focus on cost efficiency and effectiveness strategies Cost Control • Development projects scrutinised to ensure they will generate management • Need for organisational positive cash flows throughout the economic cycle • Review group structures /overheads and consider efficiency • Deferral of non-essential simplification or cost reduction • Improve mining efficiencies – back to the mantra of relentless costs pursuit of lower operating costs (PricewaterhouseCoopers, Jan 2009, The Global Financial Crisis and the Mining Industry, Global Mine Bulletin) Copyright © 2009 Maintenance Partnership Systems. All rights Reserved 3 Commercial-In-Confidence
    • Improve your competitive fitness with ATLiS (PricewaterhouseCoopers, Jan 2009, The Global Financial Crisis and the Mining Industry, Global Mine Bulletin.). Issue Possible Impact Potential Response • Increasing focus on cost • Focus on cost efficiency and effectiveness strategies Cost Control • Development projects scrutinised to ensure they will generate positive management • Need for organisational cash flows throughout the economic cycle • Review group structures /overheads and consider simplification or cost efficiency • Deferral of non-essential reduction • Improve mining efficiencies – back to the mantra of relentless pursuit costs of lower operating costs MPS ATLiS is a low-cost, low-risk Continuous Improvement Process service that delivers operational efficiencies for your maintenance team and cost effectiveness for your supply chain / inventory management teams to provide lower operating and total lifecycle costs for your equipment. MPS ATLiS is a new service from highly experienced specialists in the field. It stems from intensive research and development into automating the challenges of keeping Master Data accurate & up-to-date and managing vast quantities of dynamic, technical content – far cheaper than could be done by site staff. MPS ATLiS is targeted to fixed and process plants where effectively managing the technical content is essential to keeping diverse equipment and components operating cost efficiently, but the task is often seen as a time consuming and costly administrative overhead – and rarely appropriately staffed. Copyright © 2009 Maintenance Partnership Systems. All rights Reserved 4 Commercial-In-Confidence
    • What is MPS ATLiS? MPS ATLiS has two parts: Master Data Health Check Reports to audit accuracy, consistency and applicability of key data essential to reliable and effective ERP/EAM performance including: Equipment/Plant Register APLs/BOMs Catalogued spares/Materials Records Content management , a Continuous Improvement Process to build, maintain and enrich your Active Technical Library combining Site-maintained information with up-to-date, machine-specific, Supplier-maintained content drawn together into an interactive knowledge-base to: Increase the efficiency of your maintenance teams Reduce errors and costs in spare parts management Reduce unnecessary equipment downtime Establish powerful knowledge-based partnerships with key suppliers (i.e. Information Value Chains) Copyright © 2009 Maintenance Partnership Systems. All rights Reserved 5 Commercial-In-Confidence
    • Master Data Health Checks - the starting point “Master Data can be defined as the information required to create and maintain an enterprise- wide quot;system of recordquot; for your core business entities, in order to capture business transactions and measure results for these entities…It's also the most valuable nonmonetary asset your organization owns.” Jane Griffin, The Master Data Management Challenge, Information Management Magazine, May 1, 2005 In a maintenance context, Master Data Most data management issues stay unresolved includes equipment definitions, Productive Respondents in a 2006 SAP User Group Best Practices Survey Unit hierarchies, material records/catalogued spares, parts 22% (19 companies) 7% (6 companies) lists/BOMs/APLs. Master Data is dynamic information that 43% (39 companies) 26% (22 companies) rapidly deteriorates if not maintained. Master Data lies at the core of reporting and decision making systems. Reliable and accurate Master Data is the foundation for accurate transactions, • 93% of respondents experienced data management issues during meaningful reporting and sound business their most recent projects (43% cancelled/delayed the project!) decisions. • Data management was also identified as the root cause of problems in process improvement projects. Wherever possible Master Data should Seth Halpern. Master Data Management: Extracting Value From Your maintained at-source! Most Important Intangible Asset. SAP Insight, 2007 Copyright © 2009 Maintenance Partnership Systems. All rights Reserved 6 Commercial-In-Confidence
    • Master Data Health Check reporting Some Master Data entities embraced by MPS ATLiS Master Data Health Check Equipment related: Equipment / Plant Numbering Taxonomy Productive Unit hierarchy Parts list related (BOMs/APLs) Accuracy Completeness Up-to-date Material related (catalogued spares): Completeness Relevance to current equipment Up-to-date with supersessions Fitments related: Match of physical items to functional locations Uncontrolled data No easy „home‟ in the ERP Maintained externally – Supplier content „Squirrel stores‟ of expertise Copyright © 2009 Maintenance Partnership Systems. All rights Reserved 7 Commercial-In-Confidence
    • Benefits for many stakeholders MPS ATLiS is designed to deliver benefits to several groups within Put time back in the work day! the organisation; Active Technical Library – Always up to date  Maintenance team Banish errors! Click to Select – Click to Order  Cut research time – Increase wrench time  Supply Chain team Equipment Register Consistency Audit  Cataloguing Inventory control Knowledg Technical Sourcing e MPS ATLiS Accurate data to find/remove errors! Cut Admin overhead for spares management!  Manage Superseded Parts Numbers  Where-Used without manual data entry  Find Redundant, Obsolete Stock Codes  Merge Stock Codes into Supplier Parts books  Identify Non-interchangeable Parts on same  Identify Orphan Stock Codes Stock Code  APL/BOM Consistency Audit Copyright © 2009 Maintenance Partnership Systems. All rights Reserved 8 Commercial-In-Confidence
    • The Value Chain and me! I need parts, procedures, service schedules, technical bulletins, superseded parts, etc linked to my ERP and kept up to date by the Supplier as part of what they normally do without the administrative overhead at site. Copyright © 2009 Maintenance Partnership Systems. All rights Reserved 9 Commercial-In-Confidence
    • Keeping It Simple! We don’t have time to decode configuration tables to work out the part number required from a matrix of flow rates, materials, etc. I just need the parts for that pump! Copyright © 2009 Maintenance Partnership Systems. All rights Reserved 10 Commercial-In-Confidence
    • ATLiS – benefits Technical Put time back in the work day Knowledge ”Reduce time spent looking up parts and instructions up to 1 - 2 hours per Active Technical Library – Always up to date  day per mechanic” Banish errors! Click to Select – Click to Order  781 Cut research time – Increase wrench time  2 6 Equipment Register Consistency Audit  543 51% Redundant Stock Codes Catalog Accuracy Non-interchangeable parts  Manage Superseded Parts Numbers Out-of-date Part Numbers 35%  Find Redundant, Obsolete Stock Codes 11% Clean stock Codes  Identify Non-interchangeable Parts on same Stock Code 3% Live example – mining client Analysis of catalogued Stock Codes for a single, major supplier shows 49% Stock Codes are inaccurate! Materials Insight Reliable Where-Used and Where-Used without manual data entry  Orphans without the effort (for Merge Stock Codes into Supplier Parts books  all MPS managed Supplier part Identify Orphan Stock Codes  numbers!) APL/BOM Consistency Audit  Copyright © 2009 Maintenance Partnership Systems. All rights Reserved 11 Commercial-In-Confidence
    • ATLiS Implementation Phases Planning Inception & Phase Prioritization Continuous Improvement Value Chain Loop Extension  1 to 2 weeks  1 to 3 days duration per site. duration / site.  Consultation with  Minimal site effort Knowledge site staff can be required, e.g. Enrichment by teleconference under 1 hour.  Site visit not & email.  Site visit typically  Iterative cycle . Update periods typically monthly or required.  Tangible not required. quarterly to suit site requirements.  Tangible  Site visit during cycle is recommended. deliverables & deliverables &  Outsource administrative tasks to specialists - save money identifiable identifiable benefits and headcount benefits.  Known deliverables & continuous benefits.  Fixed  Continuous improvement, continuous enrichment. cost, predefined  Subscription based, or scale of charges. outcomes. Copyright © 2009 Maintenance Partnership Systems. All rights Reserved 12 Commercial-In-Confidence
    • Solid foundations Gartner on Cloud Computing Cloud computing is a style of computing that characterizes a model in which providers deliver a variety of IT-enabled capabilities to consumers. They key characteristics of cloud computing are 1) delivery of capabilities “as a service,” 2) delivery of services in a highly scalable and elastic fashion, 3) using Internet technologies and techniques to develop and deliver the services, and 4) designing for delivery to external customers. Source: Gartner Identifies the Top 10 Strategic Technologies for 2009 Analysts Examine Latest Industry Trends During Gartner, Symposium/ITxpo, October 12-16, in Orlando Delphi Research on Information Value Chain Enormous efficiencies have already been gained from how we organize and manage value chains. However, the next round of efficiencies will come from how we organize and manage the production, delivery, and use of the information on which value chains are built. Source: Delphi Research, The Information Value Chain. http://www.vignette.com/Downloads/AR_Delphi_IVC.pdf Information Alchemy on Information Value Chain The key to unlocking the value of data lies in understanding the steps through which data is transformed from raw material to useful product, and then examining how that product is used. A powerful way to do this is through the concept of the information value chain*, starting with data and leading steadily through to value in a progressive series of steps. Data -> Data in context -> Information -> Knowledge -> Action -> Value http://www.information-alchemy.co.uk/infoalchemy.htm Copyright © 2009 Maintenance Partnership Systems. All rights Reserved 13 Commercial-In-Confidence
    • For further information MPS ATLiS is available directly from Maintenance Partnership Systems, or from selected MPS partners In addition, MPS ATLiS capability can be embedded within existing Business Improvement Projects with your choice of service deliverer. For further information, do not hesitate to contact Maintenance Partnership Systems info@mpskey.com Copyright © 2009 Maintenance Partnership Systems. All rights Reserved 14 Commercial-In-Confidence