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    • CII meet HCL
    • HCL - Snapshot Global Market Focus Product Engineering & R&D, Enterprise & Custom Applications, Enterprise Transformation Services, Infrastructure Management & BPO Services Financials Indian Market Focus Total Revenues - $ 5.5 Bn EBITDA - $ 620 Mn Employees - 77,000 Hardware, System Integration, Networking Solutions, Managed ISP Services, Homeland Security & ICT Distribution Enterprise Revenue Growth USD 5500 Mn India Presence - Offices in 170 cities, 500 points of presence reaching 4,000 towns Global Presence - Operations spanning 29 countries Delivery Facilities USA, UK, Finland, Poland, Puerto Rico, Brazil, China, Malaysia, Singap ore, Australia, Czech and India Distribution Network - 93,000 outlets in over 9,000 towns USD 455 Mn 2000 2010 Year
    • HCL - Green Footprint
    • certificate HCL - Indian company to run a brand-agnostic e-waste • First A Pioneer in green computing collection process in June 2009, called HCL Green-Bag campaign • First Indian ICT manufacturer to bring out a PVC and BFR free Laptop in Indian Market • First Indian company to complete a dedicated-GHG emission report for all our 210 locations, and get the Assurance for the same, thus further consolidating our leadership status • First Indian company to adhere to ROHS-norms for all our manufactured products • We facilitated the recycling of 60,000 kg of e-waste in 200809 as a part of our eco-Safe initiative
    • HCL At macro level • India is emerging as global hub for manufacturing and thus there is greater focus on globalization and standardization. • India being a 1 Billion people country is now seen as the biggest consumer market • Govt stimulus package • Govt focus on taking Manufacturing contribution to GDP from 15% to 26%. At micro level • • • • • • Capacity expansion Productivity improvement Lean manufacturing Efficient supply chain Focus on sustainability Focus on core competency
    • The road ahead Cloud Solns IT as a service
    • Convergence of IT & Production • Traditionally IT and Production have been separately managed with no convergence between them. • IT has been automating corporate functions and to some extent supplier and customer facing functions • Now Enterprise Resource Management (ERP) solution includes: • Distribution, Sales & Marketing • Product data management • Vendor/Supplier management, Customer relation management • Material resource planning (MRP) determines the quantity of goods to manufacture or purchase • Control of manufacturing operations : Provided by Plant floor automation products such as SCADA, PLC, and DCS
    • The shifting IT focus • Manufacturing companies globally are shifting IT focus from a high level business enterprise IT to a more comprehensive plant floor IT integration • As demand driven manufacturing is becoming a norm, and managements require accurate information to make informed plant operation decisions • Despite implementation of sophisticated software packages, outcome is not as expected due to lack of centralized control mechanism and insufficient real time data from plant control and also due to manual entry of data into ERP at each process step • Integration of Manufacturing execution system with the ERP solves the above problem • Through a direct link with the plant floor control equipment, MES acquires, manages, and analyses information for efficient production planning and execution activities. Lean Manufacturing
    • The shifting IT focus Real time Information • Availability of accurate information at the senior management’s disposal enables them in making informed manufacturing decisions to remain competitive. • Most of the current legacy systems produce reports on ‘prior day’ information. MES enables instantaneous data communication in real time between shop floor and the ERP system. Need to comply with Regulatory Standards • FDA regulations, food safety and other environmental regulations require pharmaceuticals, food and beverages and oil and gas industries to provide greater production transparency through audit trails Need to Reduce the Risk of Recall and Warranty Issues • Most of the automotive manufacturers in India are standardizing the use of components across different vehicles. A defect in single part can reverberate across several models.
    • MES & Manufacturing The major functions that MES performs for a manufacturing facility are: • Plans, schedules, and executes production process • Tracks key performance indicators (KPIs) • Tracks materials and products • Aids logistics and order fulfillment • Helps process exception analysis • Measures overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) • Enables inventory and warehouse management • Facilitates resource management • Supports equipment management • Acquires and reports plant equipment data • Promotes paperless production
    • IT as a service If you deploy IT on your own then you • Buy H/w • Buy S/w • Configure and customize • Implement it which may take 6 to 18 months • Operate and maintain • Upgrade • Physical Secure it • Provide Power Supply • Provide Space • Secure it – Physically and otherwise
    • Thank You Manu Joy HCL