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Enterprise Applications

  1. 1. Enterprise Applications Overview and Recent Integration Trends Key Note Presentation Swamy Senthil Swasen Inc 1 Turning Vision into Results
  2. 2. Objectives and Goals • Objectives – A brief note about Swasen Inc – Need for Enterprise Applications – A Typical Requirement – Evolution of Enterprise Applications – Functional Modules Overview – Recent Trends • Enterprise Applications Interface • Service Oriented Architecture • Goals of the Session – Requirement for Enterprise Applications – Understanding of Diff U d t di f Different E t t Enterprise A li ti i Applications M d l Modules – Trends in Interfacing Applications – Continued Learning Process 2 Turning Vision into Results
  3. 3. Swasen Inc • Vendor Independent Enterprise Application Experts • For the last 7 years supports the global customers in y pp g deploying PLM/EA solutions – Supports Customers in deriving PLM/EA Implementation Road Map – Listen, Understand, Analyze and Resolve Business Issues – Help with technology Adoption – Help vendors improve Sales and Marketing 3 Turning Vision into Results
  4. 4. PLM PROFESSIONAL SERVICES • Schneider Electric • Volvo Construction Equipments • Ingersoll Rand • Stryker Spine • Zero Wait Systems • Orbotech Ltd 4 Turning Vision into Results
  5. 5. Enterprise – Typical Requirement – To make this Jacket for US, a garment producer orders materials from factories in 5 countries, delivers to India for Stitching, QA in China and delivers to US Stores – Needs EA for tracking word wide partners g p – Needs to compress the time it takes to get items into stores 5 Turning Vision into Results
  6. 6. Enterprise Applications Distribution Distribution Distribution Centers Centers Centers [US] [US] [US] Product Design Quality Control & [US] Shipping [China] [Chi ] Yarn Spinning g Weavingg Stitchingg [Korea] [Taiwan] [India] Zippers +.. [Japan] 6 Turning Vision into Results
  7. 7. Complex Requirement • Aircraft Manufacturers – Multifold complexity – 100,000 to 200000 Parts – ~ 4000 – 5000 Suppliers – ~ 2000 – 3000 Production lines – 200 to 300 Product Configurations – Numerous Controlled Documents – 50 to 200 Systems 7 Turning Vision into Results
  8. 8. Uncertainty and Risk Factors • Challenges – Shorter Product Development – More geographically dispersed development team – Greater Reliance on Partners and Suppliers – Matching Supply and Demand REASONS EXAMPLES •Raw material shortages Aircraft Manufacturer inventory •Internal and supplier parts write-down of $2.6 billion shortages •Productivity inefficiencies •Sales and earnings shortfall Sales at Medical Devices •Larger than anticipated inventories Manufacturer declined 25 percent, resulting in a loss of $22 million •Stiff competition Semi conductor chip manufacturer •General slowdown in the PC market reported a 38 percent decline in quarterly profit •Higher than expected orders for Storage device manufacturer new products over existing products missed its revenue guidance of $2.66 billion for the second quarter of 2006 by around $100 million 8 Turning Vision into Results
  9. 9. Evolution of Enterprise Applications 9 Turning Vision into Results
  10. 10. Enterprise Development and Supply Chains 10 Turning Vision into Results
  11. 11. Communication Loops Marketing Distribution Logistics Customer Requirements Customer Satisfaction SCM/CRM Maximize Customer Satisfaction Minimized Time to Market Improved Business Performance Efficient use of Resources PDM/PLM ERP Product Design Analysis Product Manufacturing Product Design Release Resources Planning Product Design Changes Manufacturing Routing 11 Turning Vision into Results
  12. 12. Enterprise Applications – Functional Modules 12 Turning Vision into Results
  13. 13. Enterprise Application Interface • Enterprise Application Interface p pp – Information resides in many repositories – Solution that supports real-time seamless access to information – Allows key business information to be shared y – Enables the collaboration of Information – Automating the Business Information 13 Turning Vision into Results
  14. 14. Inter-Application Spaghetti – Ad-hoc Integration – Short term gain – Inflexible – Difficult to Maintain – Difficult to Manage 14 Turning Vision into Results
  15. 15. Enterprise Application Interface • Structured Approach • Efficient Interface for – Data – Internal & External • Business Process Integration g 15 Turning Vision into Results
  16. 16. Business Process Integration • Isolation of business process from systems • Tools for analyzing business processing information y g p g • Real time Reporting • Graphical modeling of complex business processes 16 Turning Vision into Results
  17. 17. EAI Architecture • Message Oriented Middleware – Message Queues for Communication – Loose Coupling between the middleware and applications – Independent change of middleware and applications • Advantages – Asynchronous Process – Does not require both application online – Guaranteed message delivery • Di d Disadvantages t – Complexity if the data is large – Asynchronous 17 Turning Vision into Results
  18. 18. MOM Architecture • BUS Architecture • Hub and Spoke p 18 Turning Vision into Results
  19. 19. Service Oriented Architecture • SOA – Collection of Services – Services • Well Defined Self Contained Defined, • Does not depend on the Context or State of other Services – Services Communicate with each other • Web Services – Expose application functionality as services – Allow other systems to synchronously invoke them – via SOAP protocol • SOAP – exchange of information in a decentralized and distributed environment. – It is an XMLbased protocol 19 Turning Vision into Results
  20. 20. Questions 20 Turning Vision into Results
  21. 21. THANK YOU swamy.senthil@swasen.com 21 Turning Vision into Results

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