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Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013
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Integration technology to solve business problems in manufacturing may 2013

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  • 1. © Copyright John CachatIntegration Technology toSolve Business Problemsin ManufacturingJohn M. Cachatjmc@peproso.com Better Technology. Lower cost.
  • 2. © Copyright John CachatHousekeepingPhones are mutedUse the questionblock for questions Copy of presentationavailable upon request
  • 3. © Copyright John CachatAbout John M. Cachat• Driving Business Performance– Helping companies align their business and technology– Focus on people, process, and then the technology– Subject matter expert on business process management– On-going research into next generation of technology for enterprisesystems• 28 years experience in enterprise systems– USAF Research Project (1985)– Founder of enterprise quality software company (1988)– Chair of ASQ technical committee on computerizing quality (1992)• Trusted advisor to global organizations, government agencies,and professional groupshttp://www.linkedin.com/in/johncachat
  • 4. © Copyright John CachatAgenda• The Manufacturing Software Map• Engineering Change Process Example• Software Demonstration• The Business Case• Introduction to Silico4Get the software you want and make it work the way you want it to work.
  • 5. © Copyright John CachatEvolution of Manufacturing SoftwareStarted with Accounting(AR, AP, GL)Labor IntensiveSlow and Error ProneExecutives wanted fasterand more flexible reportsReports showed too muchinventory5
  • 6. © Copyright John CachatStarted with Accounting(AR, AP, GL)Labor IntensiveSlow And Error ProneExecutives wanted fasterand more flexible reportsReports showed toomuch inventoryStarted with Accounting(AR, AP, GL)Then Came InventoryRelated TransactionsLabor Intensive Purchase BetterSlow and Error Prone Schedule BetterExecutives wanted fasterand more flexible reportsShip BetterReports showed too muchinventoryThat covers it; Right?Evolution of Manufacturing Software6
  • 7. © Copyright John CachatStarted with Accounting(AR, AP, GL)Labor IntensiveSlow And Error ProneExecutives wanted fasterand more flexible reportsReports showed toomuch inventoryStarted with Accounting(AR, AP, GL)Then came Inventoryrelated transactionsLabor Intensive Purchase BetterSlow And Error Prone Schedule BetterExecutives wanted fasterand more flexible reportsShip BetterReports showed toomuch inventoryThat covers it, Right?Started with Accounting(AR, AP, GL)Then Came InventoryRelated TransactionsEngineering & Shop FloorLabor Intensive Purchase Better Moved from drafting boardto computer (CAD)Slow And Error Prone Schedule Better Can’t find documents –added vaulting (PDM)Executives wanted fasterand more flexible reportsShip Better Added workflow (PLM)Reports showed too muchinventoryShop Floor MESEvolution of Manufacturing Software7
  • 8. © Copyright John CachatManufacturing Software MapERP - Planning SystemsPLM–EngineeringSystemsMES – Execution SystemsDocumentDrivenDataDrivenCRM / SRMLegacyOther8
  • 9. © Copyright John CachatWhat About the Other?• Imagine if you had a technology that allowed you tofocus on the business process• Let’s look an the Engineering Change Process9What business processes are theERP, PLM, MES technology notsupporting in your company?What areas do you use XLS tohelp do your job?
  • 10. © Copyright John CachatEngineering Change Management:A Four Step Process1.ECRChangeRequest2.ECNChangeNotice3.ECOChangeOrder4.ECVChangeVerification10
  • 11. © Copyright John CachatChange Request• Source– Customers– Internal– Suppliers• Deviation/Waiver/Permanent• Should you or shouldn’t you do it?– Review impact & related costs– Determine risk– Other parts, processes, etc.• Who get’s to vote? – Create some rules.11
  • 12. © Copyright John CachatEngineering Change Management:A Four Step Process1.ECRChangeRequest2.ECNChangeNotice3.ECOChangeOrder4.ECVChangeVerification12
  • 13. © Copyright John CachatChange Notice• Who needs to know about the change and whatdo they have to do in order to prepare for thechange?– Engineering– Manufacturing– Quality– Purchasing– Marketing (Packaging)– Customers– Suppliers• What needs to be updated?13
  • 14. © Copyright John CachatEngineering Change Management:A Four Step Process1.ECRChangeRequest2.ECNChangeNotice3.ECOChangeOrder4.ECVChangeVerification14
  • 15. © Copyright John CachatChange Order• Everything is ready to go• When do we start?– Immediately– By Date– By Inventory/production schedule• Existing parts (rework, scrap, use as is)• New parts15
  • 16. © Copyright John CachatEngineering Change ManagementA Four Step Process1.ECRChangeRequest2.ECNChangeNotice3.ECOChangeOrder4.ECVChangeVerification16
  • 17. © Copyright John CachatChange Verification• Percent of changes that were correct• Did we get what we expected?– Cost reduction– Quality improvement• If yes, great and review other parts that we can applythe same change• If no, start over17
  • 18. © Copyright John CachatManufacturing Engineering Change ProcessERPPLMMESCRM / SRMLegacyOther1.ECRChangeRequest2.ECNChangeNotice3.ECOChangeOrder4.ECVChangeVerification18
  • 19. © Copyright John CachatIntegration Ideas• Look at the product lifecycle and look for gaps• Process view, not department view, not adocument view• Start with a process flowchart19
  • 20. © Copyright John Cachat20Engineering Change ProcessWhat it actually is:What you think it is:What it should be:
  • 21. © Copyright John CachatLesson Learned• Traditional software development that focuses ondatabases, menus, and screens is obsolete• Listen to the people, understand their process,and help them do it better• Technology must not be a roadblock that– Requires extensive training– Requires expensive customization to fit your needs– Forces people to adapt to the software• Help them do their job!!!21
  • 22. © Copyright John CachatNext Generation Software“If you want the Next Generation of the workforce touse the software, it needs to look like somethingthey will want to use…..”22
  • 23. © Copyright John CachatNext Generation SoftwareWORKFLOW BUILT IN REPORTINGSUPPORTMOBILEDEVICES23
  • 24. © Copyright John CachatInstant Application PlatformInstantApplicationPlatformWorkflowUserInterfaceTemplatesSecurityReportsBusinessLogicAPI ToolSet24
  • 25. © Copyright John CachatThe Process (or Workflow)2525
  • 26. © Copyright John CachatPeople, Process, TechnologyProcess(workflow)TechnologyPeople
  • 27. © Copyright John CachatYour Form, YourProcess, Not TheirScreen27
  • 28. © Copyright John CachatYour Form, YourProcess, Not TheirScreen28• Little-to-no trainingrequired• No need to changeexisting documentation• Make their job easier• Integration to ERP, PLM,MES should be invisibleto User
  • 29. © Copyright John CachatTHE DEMO29
  • 30. © Copyright John CachatECR, ECN, ECO, ECV30
  • 31. © Copyright John CachatThe Silico Model3.Technology2.Process1.People31
  • 32. © Copyright John CachatNext GenerationTechnology Requirements• Requires little internal IT support• Rapid web form development & maintenance• Minimum to no programming required• Intuitive and graphical workflow definition• Integration with other applications (web services)• Rapid updates/improvements• Support mobile devices/tablets• Option – Buy or Software as a Service (SaaS)32
  • 33. © Copyright John CachatWhat is the Goal?No Bad MaterialDo Things FasterLess Labor Increase Revenue33
  • 34. © Copyright John CachatValue PropositionStreamline operations - faster cycle timeImprove responsiveness – simplify workIncrease visibility – via notificationsMinimize risk - less variationMake better decisions – access to dataReduce IT costs - less development timeEnforce governance – compliance & audit trailBottom Line – Reduce Risk & Save Money!!!34
  • 35. © Copyright John CachatAbout UsJohn Cachatjmc@peproso.comContactProven expertise in businessinformation systemsRapid SolutionDevelopment™ processServicesAssess Current StatusDevelop Short and LongTerm PlansDevelop Specific Solutionsto Your ProblemsAssist in ROI Analysis
  • 36. © Copyright John CachatFREE Proof of ConceptWeWe
  • 37. © Copyright John CachatIntegration Technology To Solve Business Problems in Manufacturing&Contact:John Cachatjmc@peproso.comCopy of Presentation&Request a DemoVisit:http://peproso.com/webinarsFuture Webinars

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