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  • 1. 1© 2004 Superfactory™. All Rights Reserved. Outsourcing StrategiesOutsourcing Strategies Superfactory Excellence Program™Superfactory Excellence Program™ www.superfactory.comwww.superfactory.com
  • 2. 2 © 2004 Superfactory™. All Rights Reserved. The Relationship Between QualityThe Relationship Between Quality and Costsand Costs Figure 16.1 Lowers Rework and Scrap Costs Increases Productivity Lowers Warranty and Rework Costs Improves Performance Reliability Lowers Service Costs Lowers Manufacturing Costs Increases Profits
  • 3. 3 © 2004 Superfactory™. All Rights Reserved. Product FactorsProduct Factors  Value-to-weight ratio.Value-to-weight ratio.  Influences transportation costs.Influences transportation costs.  High value-to-weight.High value-to-weight.  Electronic components.Electronic components.  Low value-to-weight.Low value-to-weight.  Bulk chemicals.Bulk chemicals.  Does the product serve universal needs?Does the product serve universal needs?  Industrial products.Industrial products.  Modern consumer products.Modern consumer products.  Handheld calculators.Handheld calculators.  Personal computers.Personal computers.
  • 4. 4 © 2004 Superfactory™. All Rights Reserved. PossibilitiesPossibilities • Components • Modules • Products • Electrical • Mechanical • Industrial • DFX (test, manufacturing, supply chain, etc.) • Systems • New product introduction • Prototyping • Subsystems manufacturing (e.g., PCB assembly) • System assembly • Logistics and fulfillment • Repair • End-of-life product management TECHNOLOGY DESIGN MANUFACTURING SERVICE
  • 5. 5 © 2004 Superfactory™. All Rights Reserved. Contract DevelopmentContract Development OperationalOperational DiscussionDiscussion • VolumesVolumes • Final AVLFinal AVL • Schedule and timelineSchedule and timeline • ForecastsForecasts • Cycle timesCycle times • Lead times, especiallyLead times, especially long lead time partslong lead time parts • SeasonalitySeasonality • Quality expectations &Quality expectations & other metricsother metrics • Change ordersChange orders • KanbansKanbans • Semi-finished goodsSemi-finished goods • StockingStocking • What if there areWhat if there are failures?failures?
  • 6. 6 © 2004 Superfactory™. All Rights Reserved. Engineering Change Orders (ECOs) andEngineering Change Orders (ECOs) and Change ManagementChange Management Initiating An ECOInitiating An ECO  Change requests can be originated by the customer or CM,Change requests can be originated by the customer or CM, typically at the weekly meetingtypically at the weekly meeting  Typical issues include:Typical issues include: – Product revisionProduct revision – Component feed format change [e.g., tape & reelComponent feed format change [e.g., tape & reel  tray]tray] – Supplier changeSupplier change – Replacement of part X due to low ICT yieldReplacement of part X due to low ICT yield The CM ResponseThe CM Response  CM reviews now-obsolete material on hand or on orderCM reviews now-obsolete material on hand or on order  We develop a response proposal according to the urgency ofWe develop a response proposal according to the urgency of Customer needCustomer need
  • 7. 6 © 2004 Superfactory™. All Rights Reserved. Engineering Change Orders (ECOs) andEngineering Change Orders (ECOs) and Change ManagementChange Management Initiating An ECOInitiating An ECO  Change requests can be originated by the customer or CM,Change requests can be originated by the customer or CM, typically at the weekly meetingtypically at the weekly meeting  Typical issues include:Typical issues include: – Product revisionProduct revision – Component feed format change [e.g., tape & reelComponent feed format change [e.g., tape & reel  tray]tray] – Supplier changeSupplier change – Replacement of part X due to low ICT yieldReplacement of part X due to low ICT yield The CM ResponseThe CM Response  CM reviews now-obsolete material on hand or on orderCM reviews now-obsolete material on hand or on order  We develop a response proposal according to the urgency ofWe develop a response proposal according to the urgency of Customer needCustomer need

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