MES Business Process Study

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MES Business Process Study

  1. 1. Manufacturing Execution System <br />Assessment and Roadmap Project<br />
  2. 2. Meeting Agenda<br />Introductions<br />Project Objectives<br />Project Scope<br />Project Method / Approach<br />Boston Scientific Participation<br />Outcomes / Deliverables<br />Proposed Workplan / Schedule<br />Questions / Answers<br />Wrap-Up: Action Plan / Next Steps<br />
  3. 3. Meeting Context<br />Introduction & Explanation of Project<br />Establish Common Understanding<br />Set Expectations<br />Refine Project Work Plan to Fit Stakeholders & Organizational Environment<br />This is an Interactive session – Questions are Welcome and Encouraged<br />
  4. 4. Project Objectives<br />Definition of Future State Business Functions and Processes<br />Create Consensus for Necessary Transformation<br />Establishment of Roadmap for Migration <br />
  5. 5. Project Scope<br />Manufacturing Assessment<br />S95 Business functions impacting production<br />Planning and Scheduling through Shipping<br />Review As-Is Materials<br />Develop Future State To-Be Processes<br />Gather information for all appropriate Production Sites<br />
  6. 6. Project Methods<br />
  7. 7. Project Methods<br />
  8. 8. Customer Participation<br />Sharing of Data and Materials<br />Proactive Participation in Individual / Workshop Discussions<br />Strategic Plans<br />As-Is Process Reviews<br />Surveys and Requirements Sessions<br />To-Be Process Workshops<br />Support at Production Sites<br />Collaboration in Working Sessions<br />Final Project Recommendations Session<br />
  9. 9. Deliverables<br />Review of Current State<br />Process Disconnects / Gaps<br />Opportunities for Improvement<br />Future State (To-Be) Manufacturing Processes<br />Strategy & Objectives<br />Requirements Definitions<br />Process Maps<br />Roadmap and Migration Plan <br />Business Functions to Systems Footprint<br />System Acquisition Strategy and Roadmap<br />Best Practices Recommendations<br />Cost Benefit Analysis<br />
  10. 10. Proposed Work Plan<br />As-Is Material Review for affected Production Sites<br />Requirements Sessions with Function Owners<br />To-Be Process Workshops at Production Sites<br />Refinement and Review of Process Maps<br />Collaboration in Generation of Final Deliverables<br />Review of Recommendations and Roadmap<br />
  11. 11. Why Use S95?<br /><ul><li>Widely available and accessible standard confirms credibility of approach.
  12. 12. Complete and comprehensive categorization of manufacturing functionality
  13. 13. Body of existing documentation and templates to support execution</li></li></ul><li>Order<br />Processing<br />(1.0)<br />Product<br />Shipping Admin<br />(9.0)<br /> Finished Goods<br />Waiver<br />Product Cost<br />Accounting<br />(8.0)<br />Production<br />Scheduling<br />(2.0)<br />Finished Goods<br />Inventory<br />Material and Energy<br />Receipt (Incoming)<br />Confirm<br />To Ship<br />Pack Out<br />Schedule<br />Release<br />To Ship<br />Product<br />Inventory Control<br />(7.0)<br />Capacity<br />Production From Plan<br />Long Term Material and<br />Energy Requirement.s<br />Schedule<br />Production Cost<br />Objectives<br />Production Performance<br />and Costs<br />Process Data<br />Production<br />Control<br />(3.0)<br />Procurement<br />(5.0)<br />Maintenance Purchase<br />Order Requirements<br />In-Process<br />Waiver Request<br />QA Results<br />Standards<br />Process Data<br />Short Term Material and<br />Energy Requirement.s<br />QA Results<br />Quality<br />Assurance<br />(6.0)<br />Material and<br />Energy Order<br />Requirements<br />Incoming<br />Confirmation<br />Material and<br />Energy Inventory<br />Product and Process<br />Know How<br />Material and<br />Energy Control<br />(4.0)<br />Standards and<br />Customer<br />Requirements<br />Product and Process<br />Information Request<br />Product and<br />Process<br />Requirements<br />Marketing<br />& Sales<br />ResearchDevelopment<br />and Engineering<br />What is S95?<br />
  14. 14. What is the S95 Scope?<br />The definition of the scope of the manufacturing control domain<br />A definition of the functions associated with the interface between control functions and enterprise functions<br />A definition of the information which is shared between control functions and enterprise functions<br />
  15. 15. Level 3<br />Manufacturing Control Systems<br />Area Supervision, Production<br />Scheduling, Reliability Assurance<br />Levels<br />2,1,0<br />Batch<br />Control<br />Systems<br />Discrete<br />Control<br />Systems<br />Continuous<br />Control<br />Systems<br />S95 & S88 Hierarchy<br />Level 4<br />Business Logistics Systems<br />Plant Production Scheduling<br />and Operational Management<br />
  16. 16. How are the Models Used?<br />S95 Used to Define:<br />Business Requirements<br />Business Functions and Processes<br />System/Functional Architecture<br />Business Transactions<br />
  17. 17. How are the Models Used?<br />Process Workshops from Selected S95 Functions<br />
  18. 18. How are the Models Used?<br />Mapped Requirements Drive To-Be Process<br />
  19. 19. How are the Models Used?<br />S95 and S88 Process Flows show complete manufacturing process<br />
  20. 20. How are the Models Used?<br />High-Level Transactions are Identified<br />
  21. 21. How are the Models Used?<br />Functions Are Mapped to Best Practice Systems<br />
  22. 22. As-Is/To-Be Process Map<br />
  23. 23. High Level Architecture<br />Avid Solutions Proprietary and Confidential<br />Copyright © 2009 Avid Solutions Inc. All Rights Reserved<br />

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