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Collaboration in manufacturing value chain

  1. 1. Enterprise Collaboration inManufacturing Value Chain
  2. 2. Contents  Challenges in Manufacturing Industry  Collaboration driving forces  Trends in Manufacturing  Business scenarios  Advantages2 © Happiest Minds – Confidential
  3. 3. Challenges for Manufacturing • Achieve concurrency in all operations • Integrate human and technical resources to enhance workforce performance and satisfaction • Instantaneously transform information gathered from a vast array of sources into useful knowledge for making effective decisions • Reduce production waste and product environmental impact to "near zero" • Reconfigure manufacturing enterprises rapidly in response to changing needs and opportunities • Develop innovative manufacturing processes and products with a focus on decreasing dimensional scale Source IDC3 © Happiest Minds – Confidential
  4. 4. Enterprise Collaboration “ Enterprise Collaboration is a process in which the right people connect with the right expertise or information at the right time to drive the right business decision ”4 © Happiest Minds – Confidential
  5. 5. Collaboration – Driving forces Four major trends that make enterprise collaboration 360o Collaborative View increasingly vital for success are: 1. Globalization Customers Vendors 2. Increased Specialization 3. Innovation Imperatives : Collaboration is reported to ‘accelerate the pace of innovation in three key ways: – By promoting real-time organizational awareness of Collaboration opportunities for innovation; – By shortening the cycle time for experiment conception and design – By tapping the power of grassroots participation to Partners Employees drive acceptance, adoption & expansion of ideas 4. Distributed Expertise and Partnerships5 © Happiest Minds – Confidential
  6. 6. Collapsing of Boundaries between Production and Enterprise Systems6 © Happiest Minds – Confidential
  7. 7. Business Scenarios7 © Happiest Minds – Confidential
  8. 8. Business Scenarios Collaboration platform for 360o Collaborative View • Sales Operations Planning – Visibility to planning and operations for pipeline, time to delivery, engaging with engineering team Employees Customers – Collaboration for planners & buyers • Engineering and Design team: – Cross functional design collaboration • New product ideation platform across cross functional teams Collaboration • Executive decisions dissemination • Field service collaboration with designers, planners and buyers - inputs to any design change, performance feedback Channel Vendors Partners8 © Happiest Minds – Confidential
  9. 9. Business Scenarios 360o Collaborative View Collaboration platform for • Vendor collaboration with design teams and planners • Engineering collaboration for ECN. Partners Employees • Discussion forum for vendors • Capacity planning, enhancements and audits • PO orders, status and other trx. ( Integrated with eBS ) Collaboration Vendors Customers9 © Happiest Minds – Confidential
  10. 10. Business Advantages 1. Outsourced management costs: As outsourcing trends increase, so do the costs of managing these arms-length relationships. Enabling collaboration across the extended enterprise can both reduce such costs (e.g., miscommunication, re-work on products, and missed deadlines) and enable greater effectiveness. 2. Being wrong early, being right more often: The ability to quickly test new ideas and make necessary iterations is a strategic advantage. ‘Fast-to-failure’ is often as important as ‘fast-to-success’ in today’s demanding marketplace, where a 40% success rate is considered exceptional. 3. Reducing error rates and re-work time: An estimated 35% of all scientific, marketing, engineering and sales research dollars are wasted in re-work. Even a modest 10% reduction in re-work through improved collaboration would result in millions of dollars in cost savings for most medium or large enterprises. 4. Becoming the first in licensing new technology, thus strengthening the innovation pipeline 5. Discerning new trends owing to tighter collaboration with field resources 6. Driving increased employee engagement and satisfaction - which leads to increased employee and customer loyalty.10 © Happiest Minds – Confidential
  11. 11. Happiest Minds - Customer Centricity Framework11 © Happiest Minds – Confidential
  12. 12. Thank YouFor more information: Write to us:solutions@happiestminds.com

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