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  • 1. PLM Success Planning the foundation for PLM Solution Design and Implementation Swiss PLM-Forum 2010 11. November 2010 - Hochschule für Technik Rapperswil, Switzerland Peter Strookman – B.Sc./CMIIC Managing Consultant InsidePLM GmbH
  • 2. Overall Agenda • Intro to InsidePLM • Reviewing PLM • Designing YOUR PLM • Business Case Development • Implementation Framework 2
  • 3. Who is InsidePLM • We are PLM Consultants • Broad experience recommending and defining PLM capabilities. • PLM industry experience: • Aerospace, Machinery, Automotive, Medical Devices High-Tech/Electronics, Consumer Packaged Goods • Over 25 years of: • PLM Success Planning • Implementation Experience • Helps companies to make the right PLM choices. • Headquartered in the Centre of Europe, Switzerland. • We are PLM services partner to a number of companies 3
  • 4. Overall Agenda • Intro to InsidePLM • Reviewing PLM • Designing YOUR PLM • Business Case Development • PLM Implementation Framework 4
  • 5. What is PLM.. • PLM is defined as a systematic concept for the integrated management of all product related information and the processes that create this information, through the entire product lifecycle, from initial idea to end-of-life. • It supports the business acquisition, the product development, the collaboration with partners during design and planning phases, and also the production/erection and use/commissioning of a product/plant and finally the maintenance, repair and overhaul. 19/11/2010 5
  • 6. PLM Scope In–Service Planning & Sustainment Maintenance Disposal & Production Recycling 8 9 7 10 Quality & 6 Compliance 5 Manufacturing Engineering 4 1 Product 3 2 Ideation & Engineering Concept Business Portfolio Planning Engineering Acquisition 6
  • 7. The Product • The product is at the core of PLM. • There are different 'process views' and these are determined by the business model and level of product lifecycle support needed. Systems Eng Production Eng As-Built Definition Definition Definition Product Eng Order Eng Serial Number Definition Definition Inventory Structural Eng Support Eng As-Maintained Definition Definition Definition 7 Virtuel Physical
  • 8. PLM Components Service & Maintenance Product Information Quality Management Manufacturing Engineering Sourcing Environmental Compliance Generation Product Engineering & Structuring Change & Configuration Management Process Information Management Product/Portfolio Planning Collaboration Project Management Document Management Project Controlling 8
  • 9. Matching Capabilities with Benefits Capability Benefit • Product Structuring Improved • Change and Configuration  Business Processes Management  Collaboration • Product/Portfolio Planning  Knowledge Sharing • Manufacturing Engineering  Component Re-use • Sourcing  Spare Part management • Environmental Compliance Reduced • Service & Maintenance  Failure / Warrantee risk • Project Management  Change Cycle Time • Project Controlling  Data Management Effort • Document Management  RFI/Q effort/costs • Collaboration  Product Maintenance Costs • Systems Integration and  Project Control Interoperability. 9
  • 10. Overall Agenda • Intro to InsidePLM • Reviewing PLM • Designing YOUR PLM • Business Case Development • Implementation Framework 10
  • 11. Designing YOUR PLM • Each PLM usage is unique • The business motives and the ultimate PLM solution components. • It is well known.., no two implementations are the same • As is the Business Case and Metrics • We waste money on this and that • It should help us to achieve ... • Each Industry is unique and so are its processes • Automotive OEM operates different compared to its Suppliers • Power Generation Machinery is different from Aircraft or Shipbuilding 11
  • 12. Designing YOUR PLM • There is no 'standard' PLM model, apart from 'templates'... • Templates provide information regarding the design/use intent • Industry 'standards' only give you rules for compliance, not how to design your processes using PLM • ISO 10303-233, ISO 15288, 21 CFR Part 11/820, ISO 10007 en EIA 649, etc. • But also internally, each 'stakeholder' has its own PLM agenda, its own challenges, its own priorities 12
  • 13. Process Analysis Is the establishment of: • Processes Relative to other processes • Process Dependencies • As-Is Input and Output objects • Roles & Responsibilities • Tasks Performed • Challenges experienced • Needs for Improvement • Systems and Tools Used • To-Be Input and Output objects • Capabilities Needed • Transformation Approach • People, Process & Technology 13
  • 14. Overall Agenda • Intro to InsidePLM • Reviewing PLM • Designing YOUR PLM • Business Case Development • Implementation Framework 14
  • 15. Implementation Phases • Implementing PLM follows a number of distinct phases and cycles... and it is never finished. The Functional The Physical The Usage Vision Programme Align Build & Pre Alignment & Deploy Operate Validate Plan PLM Project Phases 15
  • 16. Developing a Vision If you don't plan or know where you are going, you'll probably end up somewhere else…." Peter Principle (Lawrence J. Peter ) 16
  • 17. The Vision Development Challenge… 17
  • 18. Balancing Priorities How to determine PLM business priorities + Do Now Decide when Important Do Later Decide who - Urgent + Measuring what is important 18
  • 19. QFD Example... • Quality Function is an important tool to prioritize sometimes conflicting operational strategies and their enablers Goals & Objectives Solution Area Priority Impediment Classes Needs & Wants Weighted Strength of Relationships Classes Process Area Metrics Impact 19
  • 20. Summary • PLM as a business goal enabler is a key topic.. How to link the Solution with Benefit? • Engineering processes are divers in comparison with financial and logistical processes.. There are many roads that lead to Rome. Some are better than others, the challenge is to find the optimum. 20
  • 21. Overall Agenda • Intro to InsidePLM • Reviewing PLM • Designing YOUR PLM • Business Case Development • Implementation Framework 21
  • 22. Implementation Framework • Your Physical PLM Programme Definition Framework consists of the three gray steps The Functional The Physical The Usage Vision Programme Align Build & Pre Alignment & Deploy Operate Validate Plan PLM Project Phases 22
  • 23. Beyond Pre-Alignment • Align & Plan • Alignment and Fit of PLM capabilities with needs of business • Installation of the 'programme' infrastructure • Build and Validate • Configure the Solution, Perform Validation of Functions and Manage Acceptance • Ramp up Deployment Preparations • Deploy • Prepare for Physical Production Deployment 23
  • 24. Your Take Away • PLM is a Broad Business Concept with a focus on the Product • Establishment of Business Goals, Usage Vision and Roadmap are critical • Stakeholder Commitment is Key • Implementing PLM is comparable to ERP • An Application and Experience based Implementation Model is critical and is at the foundation to Success • The Rest is just hard work.... 24
  • 25. Thank You… & 25
  • 26. CONTACT INFORMATION: InsidePLM GmbH Gemperenstrasse 26 CH-9442 Berneck Switzerland Phone:+41 71 727 10 22 Email: info@insideplm.com Website: www.insideplm.com 26