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Why join ECCMA

  1. 1. Axioms A statement or proposition that is regarded as being established, accepted, or self-evidently true. Quality information can only be based on quality data. Data governance and data quality start with a corporate dictionary A corporate dictionary is mandatory for ISO 8000 Quality Data The fastest, easiest and lowest cost method for creating a corporate dictionary is to create it as a subset of the ISO 22745 ECCMA Open Technical Dictionary (eOTD), it is also the safest!Copyright © 2013 by ECCMA Slide 1
  2. 2. Defining Data and Information data: fixed form into which information is transformed so that it can be stored or moved. Peter R. Benson Information Data Information Copyright only covers “fixed form” (you can only copyright data not information) ISO definitions (ISO/IEC 2382-1:1993) Information knowledge concerning objects, such as facts, events, things, processes or ideas, including concepts, that within a certain context has a particular meaning Data Re-interpretable representation of information in a formalized manner suitable for communication, interpretation, or processingCopyright © 2012 by Peter R. Benson Slide 2
  3. 3. Compliance is Driving Data Quality Companies no longer need convincing that measuring and managing the quality of their data is a good idea, they want to know how to do it! ISO 8000 is the International Standard for Data QualityCopyright © 2013 by ECCMA Slide 3
  4. 4. ISO 8000 Quality Data Data that meets stated requirements Data that is portable (defined syntax and defined semantic encoding) ISO 8000 quality data is portable data that meets stated requirements ECCMA recommends that companies own and control their own corporate dictionary, data requirements and description rules. Data coded using a licensed dictionary or validated using licensed data requirements or created using licensed description rules is subject to the terms of the license.Copyright © 2013 by ECCMA Slide 4
  5. 5. ISO Data Standards are the Antidote to Application “Lock-in” Data quality analysis User app Data Application ISO 22745 ISO 8000 de-dup app Portable data Operating system Data validation app Hardware Quality data is portable data; it is independent of the software application and accessible by any application.Copyright © 2013 by ECCMA Slide 5
  6. 6. ECCMA is a not-for-profit international association of master data quality managers set up in 1999, to develop and maintain open solutions for faster, better, and cheaper access to authoritative master data. ECCMA is the project leader for ISO 22745 (open technical dictionaries and their application to the exchange of characteristic data) and ISO 8000 (information and data quality). ECCMA is the administrator of US TAG to ISO TC 184 (Automation systems and integration), ISO TC 184 SC4 (Industrial data) and ISO TC 184 SC5 (Interoperability, integration, and architectures for enterprise systems and automation applications) as well as the international secretariat for ISO TC 184/SC5.Copyright © 2013 by ECCMA Slide 6
  7. 7. ECCMA assists its members in the development and maintenance of dictionaries, classifications, data requirements and description rules as tools to improve the quality of their data ECCMA manages open registries and assigns public domain 0161-1 identifiers ECCMA Open Technical Dictionary (eOTD) for concepts and their associated terminology (Public) ECCMA Data Requirement Registry (eDRR) for data requirements (Members only) ECCMA Global Organization Registry (eGOR) for organizations (Members only) ECCMA Rendering Guide registry (eRGR) for description rules (Members only, under development) ECCMA Global Lot Registry (eGLR) for real estate (Public, under development) ECCMA certifies compliance with ISO 8000 ECCMA certified ISO 8000 Master Data Quality Manager (Individual) ECCMA certified ISO 8000 Quality Master Data Provider (Organization) ECCMA certified ISO 8000 Master Data Service Provider (Organization) ECCMA certified ISO 8000 Master Data Quality Software (Application) ECCMA provides training and implementation support ISO 8000 Master Data Quality Manager certification workshop ISO 8000 and ISO 22745 implementation support Annual Data Quality Solutions Summit (October) ECCMA Corporate Dictionary Manager (eCDM™) Industry Content Standardization Councils ECCMA provides consulting and research resources for Data governance strategy studies ISO 8000 data quality evaluations Data cleansing project scoping studiesCopyright © 2013 by ECCMA Slide 7
  8. 8. Terminology Referenced in a Standard Model The eOTD (ECCMA Open Technical Dictionary) is an ISO 22745-20 compliant central registry of terminology. Each concept and terminological component in the eOTD is assigned a unique and permanent public domain identifier. Users create their corporate dictionaries as subsets of the eOTD and use the eOTD concept identifiers to manage concept equivalence mapping. ISO 22745 - ECCMA Open Technical Dictionary (eOTD) Terms Abbreviations Terminology Definitions Images Public Domain Concept Identifier 0161-1#xx-xxxxxx#1Copyright © 2013 by ECCMA
  9. 9. Terminology Referenced in a Standard Model Industry terminology Terminology Terminology Government terminology Terminology SDO terminology Public domain concept identifiers Corporate Free identifier resolution to underlying Terminology terminology terminology (web services) Hyperlink to source standards Multilingual Multiple terms, definitions and images linked to single concept identifierCopyright © 2013 by ECCMA Slide 9
  10. 10. Applying Concept Equivalence to Enrich a Corporate Dictionary SABIC concept equivalence table 01-1073082 = 01-086142 Sabic Bolt = Rockwell Bolt 01-1073082 = 01-068756 Sabic Bolt = ASTM bolt Originating eOTD Concept ID Term Ex ref Definition Status Organization A fastener that is externally threaded on one end and generally with some style of head on the other end and is 0161-1#01-1073082#1 BOLT IR237 SABIC Active normally intended to be tightened or released by torquing a nut and designed to fasten objects together. Equivalent concepts A fastener consisting of a threaded pin or rod with a head at one end and designed to be inserted through holes in assembled parts and secured by a mated nut that is tightened by applying torque. Rockwell 0161-1#01-086142#1 BOLT - Automation, Крепежная принадлежность, представляющая собой Active Inc стержень с нарезанной резьбой и головкой на одной стороне, предназначенный для помещения в отверстия собираемых вместе деталей с последующей их фиксацией с помощью гайки, затягиваемой до определенного крутящего момента. headed and externally threaded fastener designed to be 0161-1#01-068756#1 bolt F 1789 - F16 ASTM Active assembled with a nutCopyright © 2013 by ECCMA Slide 10
  11. 11. The ECCMA CorporateDictionary Manager (eCDM)is a SaaS applicationintegrated with the ECCMAregistries designed to allowECCMA members to createand manage their corporatedictionaries, datarequirements anddescription rules as subsetsof the ECCMA registries.The eCDM is an ECCMAcommunity project. Thesource code is available toECCMA members underthe ECCMA open sourcelicense (based on the Berkeley DBopen source license) . ECCMA members are provided with both a public training and a private production account eCDMCopyright © 2013 by ECCMA Slide 11
  12. 12. These are data requirements Slide 12
  13. 13. Using Data Requirements to create the Corporate Dictionary Some common examples of datarequirements Copyright © 2013 by ECCMA Slide 13
  14. 14. Motivation for ISO 22745 and ISO 8000 “From a logistics information perspective…an F-15 is just 171,000 parts flying in very close formation.” Cataloging and Standardization Act, Public Law 82-436 as codified by United States Code, Title 10, Chapter 145 – Cataloging and Standardization Sec. 2451.(a) The Secretary of Defense shall develop a single catalog system and related program ofstandardizing supplies for the Department of Defense.(b) In cataloging, the Secretary shall name, describe, classify, and number each itemrecurrently used, bought, stocked, or distributed by the Department of Defense, so thatonly one distinctive combination of letters or numerals, or both, identifies the same itemthroughout the Department of Defense. Only one identification may be used for each itemfor all supply functions from purchase to final disposal in the field or other area. Slide 14
  15. 15. Military Master Data Quality Architecture ACodP-1 Identification Scheme NSN H6+MRDMaster Data is coded using concepts in Dictionary conforms to the constrains constraints in FIIG the use of Data Requirement Slide 15
  16. 16. Military/Commercial Bridge “ …commercial practices are not precise enough to support cost-effective military inventory management and military cataloging is far too detailed and costly for commercial purposes …ECCMA offers a way to bridge the gulf” Mr. Alan Williams, Asst Dept Minister, Canadian Deptartement of National Defence.Military Commercial Slide 16
  17. 17. The eOTD is a foundation for design collaboration andindustry standards.ISO 22745 and the eOTD are the foundational enablers for thebreakthrough our industry needs in the next generation ofdirect, accurate, and effective collaboration across the supplychain at meaningful and granular levels of data exchangenever before imagined.Alton SandersSenior Manager,IDS Engineering Standards Control FunctionPW Knowledge and Reuse Management (KARMA) BOEING is a trademark of Boeing Management Company. Approved for external release under various references Copyright © 2005 Boeing. All rights reserved.
  18. 18. Commercial Master Data Quality Architecture Identification Scheme 0161-1#nn-nnnn#1 Master Data Dictionary eOTD eOTD-r-xml is coded using concepts in conforms to the constrains constraints in Data the use of Requirement eOTD-i-xml Slide 18
  19. 19. ISO 22745 Master Data Quality Architecture Concept Identification Scheme ISO 22745-13Master Data DictionaryISO 22745-40 is coded using concepts in ISO 22745-10 conforms to the constrains constraints in Data the use of Requirement ISO 22745-30 Slide 19
  20. 20. Commercial motivation for ISO 22745 and ISO 8000 Controlling costs requires better asset, product , component and process visibility. This is achieved through a quality data supply chain that provides faster, better and lower cost access to authoritative characteristic data.  Quality data saves money  Quality data sells products Slide 20
  21. 21. Motivation for ISO 22745 and ISO 8000 Quality ERP Descriptions52368965412 – Tire Bridgestone435/95 R25 Standardised Long Description: Tire: Pneumatic, Vehicular: Service Type for Which56329845 – Tyre BS 435/R25 Standard Designed: Loader Tire Rim Nominal Diameter: 25Purpose E3 2 Star Radial Tire Width: 445mm Aspect Ratio: 0.95 Tire Ply Arrangement: Radial Ply Rating: 2* Tire & Rim Association Number: E3 Tread Material: Standard Tire Air Retention Method: Tubeless Tire Load Index and Speed Symbol: NA Tread Pattern: VHB125435 – Bridge Stone 25inch 435/95 TKPH Rating: 80965123465 – Tyre Bridgestone PartNumber 12345 Standardised Short Description: Tire Pneumatic: Loader 25‘ 445mm 0.95 2* Slide 21
  22. 22. ISO 8000-120 Data WarehouseCopyright © 2013 by ECCMA Slide 22
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  24. 24. Creating Quality Names and Descriptions in an ERP ApplicationCopyright © 2013 by ECCMA
  25. 25. Automating the data supply chain using ISO 22745 A data provider may not have all the data requested so they in turn send a request through their data supply chain using the same ISO 22745 standard exchanges Request for data eOTD-q-xml Sub ISO 22745-35 Request for data eOTD-q-xml ISO 22745-35 Data exchange eOTD-r-xml Data ISO 22745-40 provider Data requirement eOTD-i-xml ISO 22745-30 Data requester Data exchange eOTD-r-xml ISO 22745-40Copyright © 2013 by ECCMA
  26. 26. Why do Companies join ECCMA? End users: to measure and improve the quality of their vendor, customer, material and service master data. ECCMA provides its members with training and support in the development of their multilingual corporate dictionaries, classifications, data requirements and description rules used to measure and improve the quality of master data and the descriptions derived from master data. ECCMA also provides its member companies with independent confirmation that their corporate dictionaries, data requirements and description rules are application independent. Application and service providers: to improve the quality of their multilingual dictionaries and provide third party validation that their products or services are compliant with ISO 22745 and ISO 8000. ECCMA provides its members with training and support in the implementation of the eOTD, eDRR and eGOR registries as well as ISO 22745 and ISO 8000. ECCMA provides independent third party ISO 8000 certification of applications and services used in the creation of quality master data and the descriptions derived from master data.Copyright © 2013 by ECCMA Slide 27
  27. 27. What level of ECCMA membership? If you have limited master data then an ECCMA associate membership ($350 per year) will provide you with a single access to the ECCMA Corporate Dictionary Manager (eCDM) and email support. You may also attend the regular implementation forum conference calls. You may also benefit from obtaining your ECCMA ISO 8000 Master Data Quality Manager certificate and attending the annual ECCMA symposium. If you have a large number of master data records or you believe you master data does not meet your current requirements and you have contracted out data cleansing, then you may benefit from a full ECCMA membership ($5,000 per year). This will give you multiple accesses to the eCDM as well as guidance and support in the development of your application and service independent corporate dictionary, data requirements or description rules. If you are an application or service provider you should consider full ECCMA membership ($5,000 per year). This will provide you with guidance and technical support in accessing the ECCMA registries and in your implementation of ISO 22745 and ISO 8000. ECCMA can also provide assistance in mapping your preferred dictionary to the eOTD as well as assist you in managing concept equivalence to enrich your dictionary with multilingual terminology. If you wish to mirror the ECCMA registries within your firewall or you wish to recommend changes to the architecture of the ECCMA registries to enable a specific functionality or you are looking for an expansion of the scope of the association then should consider becoming a charter member of ECCMA ($50,000 per year).Copyright © 2013 by ECCMA Slide 28
  28. 28. ECCMA organization structure Registry management Research and Development eCDM (India) Implementation support Board of Executive Directors Director Membership Operations Training (USA) Standards developmentCopyright © 2013 by ECCMA Slide 29

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