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Jim Brown, president at Tech-Clarity will discuss findings of a survey of over 2400 respondents from the manufacturing industry on what their current practices and challenges are for managing data. ...

Jim Brown, president at Tech-Clarity will discuss findings of a survey of over 2400 respondents from the manufacturing industry on what their current practices and challenges are for managing data. The presentation will discuss the best practices for managing engineering data and will enable you to focus on key areas that are proven to improve business performance. This presentation will be of interest to anyone who uses or manages engineering data!

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#SEU12 - General Session better data management    jim brown #SEU12 - General Session better data management jim brown Presentation Transcript

  • Better Data Management = Better Business Performance Jim Brown, President Tech-Clarity, Inc.© Tech-Clarity 2012 1
  • Agenda / Goals  Fundamentals of Data Management  Sharing Some Manufacturers’ Experiences  Benchmarking Business Performance  Data Management Practices of the World Class  Key Takeaways© Tech-Clarity 2012 2
  • Introduction - Jim Brown  Hall of Fame Football Player  Godfather of Soul  Jim Carrey© Tech-Clarity 2012 3
  • Introduction - Jim Brown Industry – General Electric Major Appliances  Manufacturing engineering, systems consulting Management Consultant – Andersen (Accenture)  Enterprise applications for manufacturers Software Industry – SCT (Infor) / Sequencia (OSI)  Product strategy, product management, marketing executive PLM Industry Analyst  Technology Evaluation Centers / PLM Evaluation Center  VP & Group Director, Aberdeen Group  Founder and President, Tech-Clarity, Inc. © Tech-Clarity 2012 4
  • The Engineer’s World - Complexity  I need to …  Develop more innovative products?  With more complexity?  Faster?  At lower cost?  Amid growing regulation?  In a global economy?  Despite shortages and obsolescence?  Facing rising energy and material costs?© Tech-Clarity 2012
  • Relevant Research  Veeraja Industries  Total solutions provider of coolant filtration, chip removal and coolant management  Flovel Energy  Fully integrated hydro power equipment supplier  Weir Valves & Controls  End-to-end whole plant solutions to nuclear, fossil-fired and renewable power stations  Are any of you here today?© Tech-Clarity 2012
  • Core Capabilities of PDM© Tech-Clarity 2012 7
  • Controlling Product Data  Control and secure product-related data  Manage revisions  Manage configurations / variants  Coordinate change / ECO  Protect intellectual property (IP)© Tech-Clarity 2012
  • Controlling Product Data“Without PDM we had no control over our information and different engineers had their own data. Now … we have access and security.” Mr. Arun Gupta, Head of Design Engineering for Turbines Flovel Energy© Tech-Clarity 2012
  • Accessing Information  Improve the ability to quickly find, access, and reuse information  Find information quickly  Access CAD and related product data  Reduce non-value-added time  Protect engineer’s time  Share knowledge across the enterprise  Stop reinventing the wheel© Tech-Clarity 2012
  • Search and Reuse“All of our products are custom, and we realized we were reinventing the wheel with each one.” Mr. Pinakin Mate, CEO Veeraja Industries© Tech-Clarity 2012
  • Sharing Product Knowledge  Share product knowledge with other departments  One version of the truth  Ensure manufacturing has the right BOM© Tech-Clarity 2012
  • Sharing Product Knowledge“…reduction in engineering errors, efficiency, time savings through not having to search for data.” Jonathan Mills, Engineering Manager Weir Valves and Controls© Tech-Clarity 2012
  • Data Management Benchmark  Understand challenges and practices in data management  Identify top performers  Find out what they do differently  Draw conclusions and make informed recommendations© Tech-Clarity 2012
  • Performance  Design high quality products  World Class  Develop new products quickly  Above Average  Average  Develop innovative products  Below Average  Develop products efficiently  Significantly Challenged© Tech-Clarity 2012 15
  • Managing (and using) Data Better  2.7 times as likely to be "very effective" at finding the data they need (50% compared to 19%).  2.7 times as likely to be "very effective" at sharing data with others (49% compared to 18%)  Over 3 times as likely to be "very effective" at completing data management tasks efficiently (51% compared to 16%)  Over 3 times as likely to be "very effective" at managing their design projects (49% compared to 14%)  Over 2.5 times as likely to be "very effective" at providing the correct data to manufacturing (60% compared to 22%)© Tech-Clarity 2012 16
  • Wasting Less Time on Data Management© Tech-Clarity 2012 17
  • Controlling Product Data“The advantages of streamlined design data management are clear: less time is wasted and fewer misunderstandings occur.” Specialty Packaging Company© Tech-Clarity 2012
  • Enablement© Tech-Clarity 2012 19
  • PLM is Growing© Tech-Clarity 2012
  • Key Takeaways  Manufacturers are facing complexity  Data management tools help control, access, and share product data  World class product developers have better data management abilities  World class product developers are more likely to use collaborative, structured data management solutions© Tech-Clarity 2012 21
  • Thank You jim.brown@tech-clarity.com www.tech-clarity.com clarityonplm.com jim_techclarity TechClarity.inc© Tech-Clarity 2012 22