Impact si valoare in Asset Management cu Primavera Project Management


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Impact si valoare in Asset Management cu Primavera Project Management

  1. 1. © 2012 IBM Corporation IBM Enterprise Asset Management November 14th, 2012 Daniel STAN – Tivoli Software Sales, IBM Romania
  2. 2. © 2012 IBM Corporation VISIBILITY CONTROL AUTOMATION See and understand your business in real time Transform and adapt while limiting risk & cost Achieve agility & efficiency by standardizing best practices Business Service Delivery & Management Cloud & IT Optimization Enterprise Endpoint Management Security & Data Protection Smarter Physical Infrastructure IBM Tivoli 2012 Strategic Capabilities
  3. 3. © 2012 IBM Corporation In a smaller, flatter, faster and “smarter” planet we face… but also have the opportunity to achieve... More complexity in assets and processes More capabilities required More reliance on management systems More insight and collaboration More efficiency, growth & profit More innovation The Changing Landscape Something Meaningful is Happening... We’ve thought about IT as the world of data centers, software, PCs, routers, bandwidth. We’ve thought about infrastructure as the world of buildings, factories, hospitals, roads, pipelines. These worlds are converging.
  4. 4. © 2012 IBM Corporation4 Structures Electrical Environmental Lighting Phys Security Transport Landscaping Facility Network Voice MainframeStorageWirelessApplications Distributed SoftwareDesktop Mobile I.T. Roads PipelinesRails Linear Bridges BusesShips Trucks Aircraft MilitaryTrains / Rolling Stock Transport Space Navigation Avionics Engines Power Transmission Cabling Water Distribution Waste & Treatment Meters & Measurement Utilities Tools General Signalling Keys Support Equip Manufacturing Recreation Safety & Survival Gear Milling Personal Security Retail ATM / POS Scales & Measurement RFID Vaults & Safes Microwave & Satellite Comm Fiber Optics Wire Poles OffshoreTurbines Reactors Energy Fire Suppression Ventilation DrillingBoilers Generators Wind Turbines Solar Calibrated Equip HealthCare Medical Supplies Compressed Cylinders Pharmaceuticals Lab Equipment What is an Asset?
  5. 5. © 2012 IBM Corporation Maximo Credentials  Founded: 1968  Acquired by IBM: 2006  Customers: Over 6000  #1 in EAM Market Share (ARC, IDC) Key Facts Industry Focus  Nuclear Power  Utilities  Life Sciences  Oil & Gas  Unified Solution  Industry Expertise What Analysts Say Premiere Customer Base  Gartner Magic Quadrant for Power Generation  Gartner Magic Quadrant for Transmission and Distribution  Gartner Magic Quadrant of Manufacturing  IDC Short List for Power Generation  IDC Short List for Energy Delivery Why Maximo?  Government  MSPs  Transportation  Telecommunications  Hard Dollar ROI  Market Leadership  Future-proof, standards based technology  Breadth of offering
  6. 6. © 2012 IBM Corporation Maximo - Asset Management for a Smarter Planet Facilities Production Equipment Transportation Assets IT Hardware & Software Communications infrastructure A smaller, flatter, faster and “smarter” planet THE CHALLENGE: more complexity in assets and processes, more capabilities required, more reliance on management systems THE OPPORTUNITY: More insight and collaboration, more efficiency, growth and profit, more innovation INSTRUMENTED INTERCONNECTED INTELLIGENT Maximo’s role in a Smarter Planet:  The IBM system to manage intelligent assets  Leveraging asset intelligence to maximize their business value  Reducing the cost of managing and operating intelligent assets How Maximo does this:  Visibility, control, and automation across IT and operational infrastructure  Optimized operational and IT processes to achieve more with less  Managing both the asset and the service to deliver customer value
  7. 7. © 2012 IBM Corporation Maximo – End-to-end Asset Lifecycle Management Assets Condition Monitoring Failure Codes Locations Meters Assignment Manager Job Plans Labor Tracking Preventive Maintenance Skills and Qualifications Safety Tools/Crafts Service Requests Change Management Service Catalog SLAs Incidents Problems Solutions Item Masters Storerooms Lot Management Kitting Issues & Transfers Stocked Tools Service Items Labor Rate Contracts Lease/Rental Contracts Master Contracts Payment Schedules Purchase Contracts Warranty Contracts Desktop Requisitions Purchase Orders Purchase Requisitions Receiving Inspections RFQs Spatially Enabled Mobile Workflow Scalable J2EE Architecture Configure, not Customize Open Integration Interfaces SAP and Oracle Integration Role-based User Interfaces
  8. 8. © 2012 IBM Corporation • Work order mgmt • Labor mgmt • Skills, certifications and qualifications • Scheduling, resource optimization Work Management • Material, parts and tools usage mgmt • Inventory optimization Inventory Management • Purchasing • Supply chain • Requisitioning Procurement Management • Service desk • Service level agreements • Contracted services • Customer billing Service Management • Space utilization • Capacity planning • Move, add, change • Reservations Facility Space Management • Location, component hierarchy, and maintenance history • Condition Monitoring • Calibration Asset Management • Strategic RE portfolio planning • RE budgeting & forecasting RE • Lease & contract administration Real Estate Portfolio Management • Utility tracking • Carbon output measurement • Environmental opportunity analysis Energy & Environmental Sustainability Mgmt • Power, cooling & space optimization • Allocation planning • Datacenter energy mgmt Datacenter Infrastructure Management • Advanced scheduling • Dispatch • Real-time communication Field Service Management • Current & historical configuration tracking • Design change tracking Asset Configuration Management • Condition assessment • Capital planning • Budgeting • Project mgmt Capital Project Management • Incidents • Investigations • Action Tracking • Management of Change Health, Safety & Environmental Mgmt • Vendor contracts • Lease/rental • Labor • Warranties Contract Management • Multi-customer management • Customer agreements • Customer billing Service Provider Maximo is a portfolio of solutions that helps customers optimize the performance and value of their enterprise infrastructure.
  9. 9. © 2012 IBM Corporation9 Operations Management • Asset mgmt • Work mgmt • Inventory mgmt • Supply chain • Contracts • Key mgmt Space & Facilities Management • Space utilization • Capacity planning • Move, add, change • Reservations Real Estate Portfolio Management • Strategic RE portfolio planning • Budgeting & forecasting RE expense drivers • Lease & contract admin Datacenter Infrastructure Management • Space, power and cooling optimization • Allocation planning • Move, Add, Change • Cable mgmt Service Management • Facilities service desk • Service level agreements • Contracted services • Customer billing Energy and Environment Sustainability • Utility tracking • Environmental opportunity analysis • Carbon output measurement Capital Project Management • Condition assessment • Capital planning • Budgeting • Construction estimates • Project mgmt IBM Maximo TRIRIGA Maximo + Tririga
  10. 10. © 2012 IBM Corporation10 Business Value of Integrated Asset Management Limited Resources Compliance Framework Maximizing Return on Assets Highest reliability Lowest cost Reduce labor costs Improve planning & scheduling Reduce Inventory Reduce downtime Manage risk Comply with Regulations Maximize output Visibility Retain Knowledge
  11. 11. © 2012 IBM Corporation  Unique Industry Functionality – Delivers more complete solutions and more rapid, lower cost implementations – Delivered with out of the box Industry specific content, business processes – Supports Industry specific regulatory compliance: FDA, NRC, DOT – Create distinct competitive advantages for IBM  Maximo for Nuclear  Maximo for Utilities  Maximo for Life Sciences  Maximo for Transportation  Maximo for Government  Maximo for Oil & Gas  Facilities Management (Maximo & Tririga) Deep Vertical Functions – Industry Solutions
  12. 12. © 2012 IBM Corporation Deployment (1-time) Experienced Customer Benefits  Asset performance creates saleable capacity, contributes to EBIT  Inhibitors to success: – Too much investment in inventory – Labor spent on non- value add activity – Resulting downtime impacts availability 100% CurrentMaintenance&OperationsBudget LeadersLaggards Strategic Change Capacity CAPEX Decrease 3-7% Increased Production 8-15% Annual Operating Cost Savings avg. 10-25% CAPEX Asset Utilization Unplanned Downtime (reactive spend) Labor Costs (operations and maintenance) Liberated funding for transformation investment or direct saving CAPEX (extend asset life) Asset Utilization Unplanned Downtime Labor Costs MRO Inventory (2-3 turns) MRO Inventory (<1 turn) Industry Leaders have a global view of operational assets and the inter- relationship between technology and assets can yield a competitive advantage
  13. 13. © 2012 IBM Corporation Constanta South Container Terminal Customer examples from CEE
  14. 14. © 2012 IBM Corporation Termoelektrarna Šoštanj Bodr d.o.o. Customer examples from CEE