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MIB and Maximo

  1. 1. MIB Solutions Co., Ltd.
  2. 2. Agenda by MIB and MAXIMO Introduction K.Siriphong The Maintenance Iceberg K.Anon Maximo Solution K.Tanya
  3. 3. Who am I?Name: Siriphong TanavongchindaNick name: JULONGPosition: CEO of MIB Solutions Co. , Ltd.Education: Electrical Engineer (CU, 1991-1995)Work: 1995-2002 Storage siriphong@mib.co.th Mainframe and UNIX server TIVOLI Software (MAXIMO is part of TIVOLI) ServiceOwner: Garment (Local & export, Modern Trade and OEM) Real Estate (Land & Building) Computer (Service , Applications & System Integration)
  4. 4. WE ARE MIB WWW.MIB.CO.TH
  5. 5. 1 2 3Company Profile Solutions Why MIB?
  6. 6. 1 Company Profile
  7. 7. Who is MIB? MIB born in October 2011 Team’s experiences average more than 5 years IBM Advanced Business Partner Focus on Solutions and Services IBM Products and Others World class System and Network Management IT Infrastructure Official Partner: IBM Microsoft HP
  8. 8. MIB Vision “Make It Best”
  9. 9. MIB OrganizationMaximo (EAM) Active directory 2nd line supportTririga Exchange OutsourcingSmart Could Service Desk Share point ISO and HA (Hospital)M I B Tivoli Endpoint manager Real Time Backup and backup site LocationTracking Remote replicate WAN optimizer Internet Access MNG SSL VPN Q1LAB Security (Log MNG) IBM Netcool (IP&3G network)Maximo&Consult Infrastructure&Innovative Business Solution
  10. 10. What we do?• Consulting & Design Solutions• Selling the hardware & software• Implementation• Installation & customization• Outsource & Support
  11. 11. 2 Solutions
  12. 12. IBM Solutions • IBM Tivoli Maximo Asset Management • IBM Tivoli Tririga (Real Estate Management) • IBM Tivoli Service Request Manager (ITIL) • IBM Tivoli Endpoint Manager (TEM - BigFix) • IBM Tivoli Security (Q1LAB)
  13. 13. Other Solutions Microsoft Exchange Microsoft Share Point Microsoft AD-RMS Software Control files, mail, and documents Backup Solutions WAN Optimizer IAM (Internet Access Management) SSL VPNMore on www.mib.co.th
  14. 14. 3 Why MIB?
  15. 15. Why MIB? Certification - MIB pertains IBM Certified Advanced Business Partner, which is the certification provided by IBM and also Microsoft. Staff experience for consultant - Average MIB staff’s experience is 5 years. So the applications and business knowledge is strong Project management skill - MIB has strong project management experience. The reasonable plan and method will be proposed to ensure success of implementation. All the issues will be managed to eliminate the risk that could causes project failure Technical consultant - MIB has the technical team to support on the installation, customization, and integration along the implementation . Partnership working style - MIB always work with client as partners, then we determine and dedicate to success of the project. Business Process Review as a part of implementation - MIB performs a task to review current process and suggests to remove non-value added activity and insert internal control activity, which determined to streamline the process and can be finished in the short time frame
  16. 16. Project Organization Steering Committee ERC+MIB Project Project manager manager TEAM TEAM
  17. 17. What is CMMS & EAM?
  18. 18. Computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) is also known as enterprise asset management[dubious – discuss] and computerized maintenance management information system (CMMIS). A CMMS software package maintains a computer database of information about an organization’s maintenance operations, i.e. CMMIS – computerized maintenance management information system. This information is intended to help maintenance workers do their jobs more effectively (for example, determining which machines require maintenance and which storerooms contain the spare parts they need) and to help management make informed decisions (for example, calculating the cost of machine breakdown repair versus preventive maintenance for each machine, possibly leading to better allocation of resources). CMMS data may also be used to verify regulatory compliance.Ref: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Computerized_maintenance_management_system
  19. 19. Computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) is also known as enterprise asset management[dubious – discuss] and computerized maintenance management information system (CMMIS). A CMMS software package maintains a computer database of information about an organization’s maintenance operations, i.e. CMMIS – computerized maintenance management information system. This information is intended to help maintenance workers do their jobs more effectively (for example, determining which machines require maintenance and which storerooms contain the spare parts they need) and to help management make informed decisions (for example, calculating the cost of machine breakdown repair versus preventive maintenance for each machine, possibly leading to better allocation of resources). CMMS data may also be used to verify regulatory compliance.Ref: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Computerized_maintenance_management_system
  20. 20. Enterprise asset management (EAM) means the whole life optimal management of the physical assets of an organization to maximize value It covers such things as the design, construction, commissioning, operations, maintenance and decommissioning/replacement of plant, equipment and facilities. "Enterprise" refers to the management of the assets across departments, locations, facilities and, in some cases, business units. By managing assets across the facility, organizations can improve utilization and performance, reduce capital costs, reduce asset-related operating costs, extend asset life and subsequently improve ROA (return on assets).REF:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enterprise_asset_management
  21. 21. Enterprise asset management (EAM) means the whole life optimal management of the physical assets of an organization to maximize value It covers such things as the design, construction, commissioning, operations, maintenance and decommissioning/replacement of plant, equipment and facilities. "Enterprise" refers to the management of the assets across departments, locations, facilities and, in some cases, business units. By managing assets across the facility, organizations can improve utilization and performance, reduce capital costs, reduce asset-related operating costs, extend asset life and subsequently improve ROA (return on assets).REF:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enterprise_asset_management
  22. 22. Asset Management directly contributes to the ways our customersINCREASE REVENUES and DECREASE COSTProduct quality and reliability Price X RevenueProcess and equipment Quantityavailability and productivity – Profit = GeneratedCost control/Reduction Costs Return ÷ = on AssetsEquipment/Fleet size Fixed Capital + = EmployedSpares/Stockpiles Working
  23. 23. Laggards Leaders 100% CAPEX Liberated funding Strategic for transformation Change investment or direct saving Capacity Asset Utilization Current Maintenance & Operations Budget CAPEX CAPEX (extend asset life) Decrease Unplanned 3-7% Downtime (reactive spend) Deployment (1-time) Labor Costs Asset Utilization Increased (operations and Production maintenance) Unplanned Downtime 8-15% MRO Labor Costs Annual Operating Cost Inventory Savings Avg (<1 turn) 10-25% MRO Inventory (2-3 turns)Capital expenditures = CAPEX
  24. 24. Again, APM becomes embedded in Methodology• Asset Performance embedded in PAS 55 Methodology
  25. 25. Where is Good Enough? Total Single Measure to Minimize Cost Optimal MaintenanceCost Frequency Failure Repair/Replace Cost Preventive Maintenance Cost Mean Time Between Maintenance
  26. 26. What is MAXIMO?
  27. 27. Maximo Strong Market Position7 of the 12 largest ENERGY companies in the world are using Maximo Software8 of the 10 largest OIL & GAS companies in the world are using Maximo Software7 of the 9 largest AEROSPACE & DEFENSE companies in the world are using Maximo Software6 of the 6 largest AUTOMOTIVE companies in the world are using Maximo Software13 of the 13 largest PHARMACEUTICALS companies in the world are using Maximo Software6 of the 9 largest COMPUTERS & OFFICE EQUIPMENT companies in the world use Maximo Software11 of the 15 US Federal Cabinet Agencies use Maximo Software
  28. 28. Maximo Capabilities Asset Management – Track and manage assets throughout their life cycle Work Management – Support planned and unplanned maintenance activities from initial service requests to work order generation, through completion and recording of actual results Procurement Management – Support all phase of procurement, including direct purchase and replenishment Materials Management – Track asset related-materials and their usage – Real time knowledge of Material status Contract Management – Fully manage vendor contracts J2EE Standards-based Service Oriented Architecture Service Management – Manage and automate service level agreements, built into workflow and escalation
  29. 29. Sample of Maximo Clients in Thailand
  30. 30. What Clients Get from Maximo Asset Management – EAM• Increased asset availability and reliability• Improved asset & service productivity – tracking all assets and services and performance• Increased OEE (operational equipment efficiency)• Improved ROA (return on assets)• Reduce un-plan down time• Many integrated capabilities for low total cost of ownership• Extended life of plant assets and equipment• Reduced capital expenditures• Standardized asset management processes across all plants, fleet, etc…• “Do more with less” - increased pressure to reduce costs –• Reduced inventory (spare parts), labor, materials costs ---reduce dead stock• Lower IT & IT infrastructure cost• Achieving higher asset & service performance and “mission readiness”
  31. 31. Maximo:The Preferred Choice for Asset Management Four reasons why Maximo is the market leading choice for asset management: • Industry Leading Capabilities • Ease of Use • Fast Time to Benefit • Platform for the Future
  32. 32. When we talk about MAXIMOMaintenance: The profit Maker (บำรุงรักษำ : งำนเพิ่มกำไรบริ ษัท)“งานซ่อมบารุงเป็ นกิ จกรรมทีมีอยู่ตลอดอายุทรัพย์สิน หลีกเลียงไม่ได้ เป็ นความจาเป็ นจนบางคนเรี ยกขานว่าเป็ นเหมือน ่ ่ปี ศาจ (necessary Evil) ทีสามารถคุกคามผลประกอบการของบริ ษัทได้ มีผลกระทบทังทางด้านรายได้และค่าใช้จ่าย ่ ้ของบริ ษัท ผลกระทบทางด้านรายได้ คือ ความไม่พร้อมของเครื ่องจักรอุปกรณ์ในการผลิ ต ทาให้บริ ษัทไม่สามารถจับช่วงเวลานาทีทองของการสร้างรายได้ ถึงจะจับได้ก็ไม่ได้กาไร เรี ยกว่า ไม่มีประสิ ทธิ ผลเท่าทีควร ผลกระทบทางด้าน ่รายจ่าย หรื อประสิ ทธิ ภาพ คือต้นทุนทังทางตรงและทางอ้อมสูงผิ ดปรกติ การเพิ่มสมรรถนะทางด้านบารุงรักษา จึง ้เป็ นความจาเป็ นทีจะส่งผลดีต่อบริ ษัทอย่างมาก จนเราสามารถเรี ยกบารุงรักษาได้ว่า เป็ นงานสร้างกาไร เพียงแต่เรา ่ทามันอย่างถูกต้อง”“การทีบทบาทของงานบารุงรักษามักจะถูกมองข้ามเสมอ อาจเป็ นด้วยว่างานมีเนือหาทางด้านเทคนิ คมากกว่าอย่างอืน ่ ้ ่จึงทาให้ไม่สามารถเชือมโยงปั จจัยตัวนี ้ ไปสู่กาไรขาดทุนของบริ ษัทได้ และในทางกลับกันทางด้านบริ หาร ไม่สามารถเข้า ่ไปเข้าใจงานบารุงรักษาและประเมิ นสถานะการณ์ผลกระทบของงานซ่อมบารุงต่าเกิ นไป เราจึงต้องเชือมโลกของบัญชี ่การเงิ นเศรษฐศาสตร์ เข้ากับโลกของเทคนิ ค อีกประการ คือ ลักษณะพิเศษของคนทีทางานทางด้านเทคนิ ค คือ ความ ่พอใจหรื อความสาเร็ จในงาน จบอยู่ทีความสามารถทางด้านเทคนิ คการซ่อม ยิ่ งซ่อมยากแล้วซ่อมได้ ก็ยิ่งถือว่ามีฝีมือ ่แล้วจบอยู่แค่นน ทีถูกคือทาอย่างไรจึงจะไม่เสีย และเสียแล้วซ่อมไม่แพง และทาซ้ าได้อย่างไร “ ั้ ่REF: วัฒนำ เชียงกุลและ เกรี ยงไกร ดำรงรัตน์ ผู้แต่ง บำรุงรักษำ : งำนเพิ่มกำไรบริ ษัท
  33. 33. ERP vsBorn to be Application
  34. 34. We must concern on… Money Time Selection, evaluate, POC etc. Resource Existing People, HW, SW, System, skill, process etc. Change of player (ERP) SAP Oracle Microsoft Dynamic Epicor
  35. 35. Agenda MIB and MAXIMO Introduction The Maintenance Iceberg Maximo Solution
  36. 36. Business Goal
  37. 37. KPI’s
  38. 38. Standard Operating Procedure (SOP’s)
  39. 39. MRO (Maintenance, Repair & Operating)
  40. 40. Maximo
  41. 41. Availability
  42. 42. Reliability
  43. 43. Agenda MIB and MAXIMO Introduction The Maintenance Iceberg Maximo Solution

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