Deltek Insight 2012: Customer Successes with Project Manufacturing

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Let's follow the successes of Project Manufacturers who have made the transition to the new project manufacturing product offerings, Costpoint MES and Costpoint Shop Floor Time. We will discuss the......

Let's follow the successes of Project Manufacturers who have made the transition to the new project manufacturing product offerings, Costpoint MES and Costpoint Shop Floor Time. We will discuss the key challenges that they faced prior to implementing these product offerings, the different choices that they evaluated, the reasons for selecting Deltek, the implementation milestones and timeframes, benefits, and ROI. Intermediate Level.

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  • 1. GC-156Customer Successes withProject ManufacturingBrian Groves, Director, Product Marketing, DeltekCarl MacKay, Director, Business Operations, ARINCRobbie Martin, Production Planning and Control, ARINC
  • 2. Agenda1. Deltek’s Project Manufacturing Initiatives – Brian Groves2. ARINC and their MES Selection Process – Bill Sturdivant3. ARINC Implementation – Robbie Martin2 ©2012 Deltek, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • 3. Deltek’s ProjectManufacturing InitiativesBrian Groves, Director – Product MarketingDeltek
  • 4. Project Manufacturing InitiativesBar Code Integration Shop Floor Time MESEnables bi- Shop Floor labor Paperless manufacturing,directional, real time collection and time clock work instructions, andinformation exchange integration. Enable rapid routing information.with handheld, voice capture of start and stop Providesdirected, RFID, PLC, and times for shop floor status, inspectionscale type devices. activities. results, corrective actions and all traceability information.4
  • 5. Project Manufacturing CapabilitiesEngineering and Procurement Inventory Tracking Manufacturing and Issue to Sales Order Design Quality Control Shop Floor Time Product Definition Procurement Bar Code Production Control Sales Order Entry Planning Integration Bill of Materials Purchasing Projects Mfg Execution Order Processing Routings Receiving Maintenance Mfg Order Invoice Creation ECN Quality Control Posting Material Reqmts Rev Recognition Materials Requirements Planning Master Production Schedule Materials Estimating Advanced Planning and Scheduling Incoming Inspection = Existing Deltek Capabilities = Existing Partner Capabilities = Added in 2011 and 20125
  • 6. Shop Floor Time  Enables rapid capture of start and stop times for shop floor activities  Supports complex pay rules and schedules  Tracks attendance, vacation, holiday, illness, and late arrival  Supports employee self service scheduling requests and approvals  Includes shop floor labor reporting, elapsed time project6 reporting, and indirect activities
  • 7. Bar Code / Scanner Integration  Enables bi-directional, real time information exchange with handheld, voice directed, RFID, PLC, and scale type devices  Uses Costpoint web services for inventory, manufacturing, and receiving transactions  Improves accuracy up to 99.9%  Improves productivity 5%-20%  Now available through a partnership with RFGen Software  Other bar coding equipment and software can be supported through7 web services
  • 8. Manufacturing Execution System Provides online documentation, work instructions, and routing information Captures work order status throughout the manufacturing process Supports quality control and non- conformance Includes as-built configuration and production audit trails8
  • 9. MRO Data Flow9
  • 10. Customer Projects Underway
  • 11. ARINC and the CostpointMES Selection ProcessCarl MacKay, Director, Business OperationsARINC
  • 12. ARINC Overview•Premier provider ofcommunications, engineering, and integration solutions•A leader in thedefense, commercial, andgovernment industries•A global company•Differentiated byinnovation, pursuit ofexcellence, and dedication tosuccess12 ©2012 Deltek, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • 13. ARINC Successes13 ©2012 Deltek, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • 14. ARINC Objectives Quality Efficiency Compliance 1. Follow a process 1. Automate 1. Complete traceability from start to finish 2. Compliance with FAR 3. Auditability of costs 2. Assess incurred 2. Inspect and capture results 3. Correct any issues 3. Improve14 CONFIDENTIAL ©2012 Deltek, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • 15. Evaluation Process High Level More Detailed Vendor Selection Requirements Requirements Oct 2011 January 2012 May Product Budget Research Procurement Demonstrations15 ©2012 Deltek, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • 16. Key Deltek Differentiators  Integrated, project based accounting, shop floor manufacturing, and time all through a single vendor (Deltek) and a single product family (Costpoint).  Able to improve efficiency, compliance, and quality all at once.  Providing up to the minute statuses, costs, and invoices, all based on project based activities and costing rules.  Built to meet highly specialized needs (FAR, traceability, etc.) right “out of the box”.16 CONFIDENTIAL ©2012 Deltek, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • 17. Projected BenefitsHigher Efficiency  Detailed instructions and diagrams at every workstation  Information capture as activities and inspections are completedHigher Quality  Ability to recognize and address defects  Ability to adjust to changing requirementsGreater Profitability  Better understanding of the time and materials required for every project  Less time expended on each project  More rapid turn-around times on each plane17
  • 18. ARINC Costpoint MESImplementationRobbie Martin, Production Planning andControlARINC
  • 19. Deployment Plans Training Employee Training Paperless Go-Live April 2012 March 2013 Projected for 2014ProjectKick-Off Customization System Test Production Go-Live January 2013 March 2013 (Paper) April 201319 ©2012 Deltek, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • 20. CPMES Training  Discovery  Compared Current Business Needs to CPMES  Developed New Processes  CPMES Set-Up  Established Database Foundation  CPMES Configuration  Software Structure  Configurable Elements  Design Reports20 ©2012 Deltek, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • 21. Customization  Standard Product Customizations  Forms  Work Flows  Reports  Barcoding  ARINC Specific Customizations  Tool Control  Crew Assignment  Discrepancies21 ©2012 Deltek, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • 22. Employee Training  Develop Training Manual  Train Power Users  Power User Feedback & System Modification  Train End Users  User Feedback & System Modification22 ©2012 Deltek, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • 23. System Test  Trial Run in February 2013  Internal Readiness Review  Production Environment Set-Up in March 201323 ©2012 Deltek, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • 24. Limited Production Go-Live Targeted for April 2013  Prototype Program in Production Environment  System Stability Check Benefits  Transition to a Paperless Solution  Approvals  Engineering Dispositions  Planning  Scheduling Full Production Release July 201324 ©2012 Deltek, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • 25. Paperless Production Go-Live Projected for Late 2014 Benefits  Digital Work Instructions and Engineering Drawings  Data Collection Will Happen in Real Time  Quality Control Will Take Place in MES  Reduce FOD  Reduce Risk of Information Loss  Easier Access to Work History  Eliminates Document Storage25 ©2012 Deltek, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • 26. Questions?