Zero Wait-State Agile EC MCAD Implementation Quick Start Presentation

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Zero Wait-State Agile EC MCAD Implementation Quick Start Presentation

  1. 1. ZWS Corporate Presentation<br />
  2. 2. Agenda <br /><ul><li>Definition of Zero Wait-State
  3. 3. Zero Wait-State in Product Development
  4. 4. About ZWS
  5. 5. Value Drivers
  6. 6. Process Alignment
  7. 7. Discovery Plan Example
  8. 8. Results/Customers
  9. 9. ZWS Benefits
  10. 10. Discussion</li></li></ul><li>About Zero Wait-State<br />Operating since 1999<br />Over 150 customers both small and large<br />Partnerships with key technology and service providers<br />The Premier Oracle Engineering Collaboration Partner<br />Extensive background in software development and deployment<br />
  11. 11. Partners, Customers, Solutions<br />
  12. 12. What is Zero Wait-State?<br />Wait-State: a time-out period during which a CPU or bus lies idle. Wait states are sometimes required because different components function at different clock speeds. <br />Zero Wait-State: an environment in which a CPU can process information at its optimal speed without having to wait for other components to catch up. <br />
  13. 13. What is Zero Wait-State in Product Development?<br />Wait-State: <br /> Unnecessary delays in the product development cycle.<br />Zero Wait-State: <br /> An environment that is fully optimized to eliminate unnecessary delays in the product development cycle.<br />6<br />
  14. 14. Wait-States in Product Development<br /><ul><li>Inability to effectively collaborate in a global enterprise…
  15. 15. Difficulty managing data through multiple systems due to a recent acquisition or merger…
  16. 16. Managing data for new product innovation with disparate systems…
  17. 17. Inefficient data transfer to/from suppliers and outsourced design or manufacturing…
  18. 18. Minimal visibility into the enterprise causing slow or inaccurate decisions by the management team…
  19. 19. Difficulty in accurately managing a BOM…
  20. 20. Tracking the impact of one change across a full product platform…
  21. 21. Increased rework and design issues due to lack of version control…</li></li></ul><li>© 2006 PTC<br />8<br />Today’s Product Development Environment…<br />Distributed Mfg<br />…magnifies the typical product development challenges:<br />Customer collaboration<br />Design reuse<br />Data management<br />Change control <br />Distributed design<br />Distributed Mfg<br />Supplier<br />Supplier<br />Preferred Parts<br />Approved Vendors<br />Feasibility Feedback<br />Tooling Designs<br />Work Instructions<br />NC Programs<br />Distributed Mfg<br />Supplier<br />FTP<br />Procurement<br />Requirements<br />Design Feedback<br />Manufacturing<br />CustomConfigurations<br />Part Designs<br />BoMs<br />Changes<br />Engineering<br />Service<br />SneakerNet<br />Field Notices<br />Customer Concerns<br />Failure Reports<br />User, Service Manuals<br />Models<br />Drawings<br />Simulations<br />Sales<br />Marketing<br />LocalDesign Partner<br />How do you ensure your technology investments pay off?<br />TechnicalIllustrations<br />Courier<br />Customers<br />Email<br />Offshore<br />Design Partner<br />Customers<br />Proposals<br />Customer Requirements<br />Concepts<br />Requirements<br />Customers<br />CaptiveODC<br />Market Requirements<br />Brochures, Data Sheets<br />
  22. 22. 9<br />PLM Provides Visibility & Expedites Processes<br />Greater Executive Process Visibility<br /> Portfolio Management<br /> Tracking, Status Reporting & Analytics<br />Develop<br />Concept<br />Plan<br />Validate<br />Launch<br />Sustain<br />EOL<br />Design<br />Partners <br />QA & R/A<br />Central Repository <br />Single record of the truth<br />Integrated to Oracle ERP<br />Product <br />Development<br />Suppliers<br />& External<br />Manufacturing<br />Partners<br />Sales &<br />Marketing<br />QMS-SOP/DHF/DMR/Regulatory/Quality<br />(ECOs, Approvals, BOMs, Items, SOP’s, AML, Doc’s Datasheets, Designs, Drawings, Artwork, Labeling, Packaging)<br />collaboration<br />collaboration<br />International<br />Internal <br />Manufacturing<br />Plants<br />Internal &<br />External Partners<br />Internal Groups<br />Operations<br />Sourcing &<br />Procurement<br />
  23. 23. Agile Product Portfolio Management<br />Executives & Program Office<br />Agile Product Governance & Compliance<br />Compliance Office<br />Integrated product, program, resource & portfolio management<br />Product & program compliance against standards & regulatory requirements<br />Quality<br />Professionals<br />Closed-loop product quality management across the extended enterprise<br />Agile Product Cost Management<br />Procurement Professionals<br />Product sourcing and lifecycle cost & risk management<br />Agile Engineering Collaboration<br />Development<br />& Engineering<br />Engineering desktop integration & collaboration<br />Agile Enterprise Visualization<br />Cross-Enterprise<br />Native document collaborative visualization across the global enterprise<br />Agile Quality Management<br />Agile Product<br />Collaboration<br />Eng., Operations & <br />Supply Chain<br />Enterprise product record visibility, management & collaboration <br />Agile PLM Modules<br />
  24. 24. Agile Engineering Collaboration<br />Engineering Collaboration provides capability for<br /><ul><li>Design Integration - Capture and control engineering design data, a primary source of the product record; Manage both work-in-process and released changes
  25. 25. Design Collaboration – Directly visualize, markup and collaborate on native design data
  26. 26. Design Publication - Automate the creation and modification of the product structure</li></ul>Engineering Collaboration contains<br /><ul><li>Engineering Collaboration platform
  27. 27. 2D MCAD, 3D MCAD and ECAD Connectors
  28. 28. Team Data Management options</li></ul>EC integrates with other Agile PLM solutions<br /><ul><li>Agile Product Collaboration for item and changemanagement
  29. 29. Agile Enterprise Visualization for viewing & markup ofdesign data across the organization
  30. 30. Agile Product Portfolio Management for linking designs to projects
  31. 31. Agile Product Cost Management for material costs and supply certainty
  32. 32. Agile Product Governance & Compliance for managing product compliance with required specifications such as RoHS, REACH, FDA, ISO, etc.</li></li></ul><li>© 2006 PTC<br />12<br />High Level Potential Operational Improvement Areas<br />Specific OperationalImprovement Areas<br />17.5% reduction in product costs<br />75% reduction in ECO cycle times<br />25-35% reduction in design cycles<br />10-15% reduction in time-to-volume cycles<br />30-40% reduction in part duplicates and introduction of new parts<br />15-25% reduction in part search times (improving engineering efficiency)<br />Macro Financial Benefits Available To SMBs<br />Source: AberdeenGroup, Product Innovation Agenda Benchmark Report<br />
  33. 33. 13<br />Example Customer ROI<br /><ul><li>Faster Time-To-Market — reduced by 25%
  34. 34. Increased Efficiency — improved by 30%
  35. 35. Reduced ECO Cycle Time — from 5 days down to 2
  36. 36. 70% decrease in customer quote time
  37. 37. 87% reduction in document control costs
  38. 38. Lower costs due to 45% increase in supplier participation on bids
  39. 39. Increased productivity, exceeding expectations by 25%.
  40. 40. Reduced change package cycle time by 30+ days.
  41. 41. Increased Visibility & Access to controlled docs by 30%+
  42. 42. Managed to double gross margins
  43. 43. Went to a fully outsourced model in 18 months
  44. 44. Increased visibility & leverage of $1B in spend & 280 suppliers
  45. 45. Reduced new product introductions process from 45 to 7 days
  46. 46. Reduced Costs: Lowered development costs
  47. 47. Increased Efficiency: Streamlined product development processes </li></li></ul><li>Zero Wait-State Approach<br />
  48. 48. Zero Wait-State Company Confidential<br />Customer Engagement Model<br />
  49. 49. Critical Path: Discovery<br />The goal of the discovery phase is to clearly identify the right customer specific solution through a consistent, repeatable process<br />Identify the overall goals required for product determination<br />Leverage established processes to gather data and identify and quantify critical product development wait states<br />Recommend solutions to resolve delays <br />Zero Wait-State Company Confidential<br />
  50. 50. Consistent Results<br />Discovery Sessions<br />Assess Value Opportunities & Define the Best Execution Plan<br />Product Development Consulting<br />Education<br />Implementation<br />Maximize Return on Technology Investment<br />Accelerate Adoption and Boost Productivity<br />Best-in-Class Processes<br />Proven Deployment Approach<br />Ensure Widespread Adoption of Changes while Minimizing Cost<br />© 2006 PTC<br />17<br />
  51. 51. Typical Value Drivers that Determine Initiatives<br />Grow market share with customer-focused products<br />1<br />Improve ability to fulfill demand<br />Growth<br />2<br />Develop and define new markets<br />3<br />V A L U E<br />Design to realize a price premium<br />4<br />Lower product cost<br />5<br />Profitability<br />Lower lifecycle cost<br />6<br />
  52. 52. ZWS Discovery Plan for Success<br />
  53. 53. 20<br />Complete<br />Industry Focused<br />Easy to Own<br />www.oracle.com/solutions/mid/accelerate.html<br />Solutions for Small and Medium Businesses<br /><ul><li>Comprehensive
  54. 54. Integrated
  55. 55. Scalable
  56. 56. Rapid Deployment
  57. 57. Best Practices
  58. 58. Custom Fit
  59. 59. Easy to Buy
  60. 60. Easy to Implement
  61. 61. Easy to Use
  62. 62. Easy to Maintain
  63. 63. Easy to Adapt</li></ul>Fast time to ROI<br />
  64. 64. 21<br />Complete<br />Industry Focused<br />Easy to Own<br />Zero Wait-State introduces Oracle Accelerate for Engineering Collaboration<br />www.oracle.com/solutions/mid/accelerate.html<br />Solutions for Small and Medium Businesses<br /><ul><li>A Turnkey Solution for Rapid Implementation of EC
  65. 65. Provides all necessary elements to incorporate CAD data into Agile
  66. 66. Best Practices based on extensive domain knowledge
  67. 67. Tailored instruction based on design roles to ensure quick adoption
  68. 68. Automated Tools streamline configuration
  69. 69. Fixed Price, Fixed Scope minimize up front time investments</li></li></ul><li>Oracle EC Accelerate Case Study<br />EC Implementation for Red Digital<br />Highlights<br /><ul><li>Production ready in 3 weeks
  70. 70. High Adoption rate
  71. 71. Minimal errors in testing stages</li></li></ul><li>Next Steps<br /><ul><li>Determine Discovery Plan and Time Line
  72. 72. Schedule Executive Discovery Session
  73. 73. Begin Discovery Process</li></ul>“ If you can’t describe what you are doing as a process, you don’t know what you’re doing.”<br />W. Edwards Deming<br />

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