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Infor EAM ASE

  1. 1. Infor EAM Asset Sustainability EditionOptimizing Asset ManagementJosé Luis VicenteEAM Sales ManagerAveiro, 2nd December 2008 Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 1
  2. 2. DisclaimerThis document reflects the direction Infor may take withregard to the specific product(s) described in this document,all of which is subject to change by Infor in its sole discretion,with or without notice to you. This document is not acommitment to you in any way and you should not rely onthis document or any of its content in making any decision.Infor is not committing to develop or deliver anythingdescribed herein. Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 2
  3. 3. Agenda Infor EAM Product Footprint Versions Infor EAM ASE Funcionality G.A.S Index Alerts Management Analysis / Reporting Infor Technology Partners Infor EAM RoadMap Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 3
  4. 4. Infor EAM Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. Solutions Copyright © 2001-2007 Infor Global www.infor.com. 4
  5. 5. Enterprise Asset Management Key characteristics Improving asset performance to reduce downtime Extending asset life to avoid new capital purchases Scheduling preventive maintenance to prevent problems Tracking equipment according to federal guidelines Implementing capital-saving processes such as warranty management, labor management and streamlined purchasing Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 5
  6. 6. What Do Users Think? What’s the Talk on the Street? 3% 9% 49% 38% Extremely Important Very Important Important Somewhat Important Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 6
  7. 7. What Are the Trends?The Top Drivers for Improving Maintenance Asset reliability 69% Asset uptime 58% Need to reduce service and 42%maintenance costs % of Survey Respondents Source: AberdeenGroup December 2006 Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 7
  8. 8. What Are the Gaps? Lack of Information, Management Support, and Standards Are Top Challenges.Inadequate information about asset 49.2% performance & asset service history Asset maintenance is not viewed as a top 48.4% priority Disjointed, non-standard maintenance 47.9% procedures % of Survey Respondents Source: AberdeenGroup December 2006 Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 8
  9. 9. Infor EAM: The product GMAO / EAM provider since 1986 > 22 years experience + 12.000 worldwide customer in several industry sectors Fully Web architected J2EE since 2000 > universal access Services Oriented Architecture: SOA – Web Services - XML ASP deployment > Hosting Global solution : Multi …..Language, Currency, Organization, etc Magic Quadrant - Lider in CMMS/EAM solutions Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 9
  10. 10. Infor EAM: Any type of Assets Fixed Assets PP&E (Property, Plant & Equipment) Land, Building, Facilities, Equipments, Machinery Mobile Assets Vehicles, Mobile Equipments and Machinery Lineal Assets Roads, Rails, Pipelines, Utilities networks, etc. IT Assets ITAM ((Information Technologies Asset Management) Information Management) Servers, PC,s, Peripheral, Networking devices, etc Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 10
  11. 11. Infor EAM: Framework ASSETS STRUCTURED DATA DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT ACTIVITIES Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 11
  12. 12. Infor EAM Footprint Capital Process IT & Fleet & Road, Rail equipment equipment Telecom Transportation & pipelines Buildings & Geo-spatial Facilities assets Capital Performance projects Assets & Infrastructure Analytics Call center Operations & Analysis Budgeting spares Financial warehouse integrationmanagement Preventive Safety & Work Labor and Purchasing maintenance regulations management contractor MRO supply chain SCADA ESRI ArcGIS® MS Project® Mobile PDA ERP / ESB Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 12
  13. 13. Infor EAM: Industry we serve Manufacturing Process Equipment Service Industry Equipments & Infrastructure Contractors Regulated Industry Oil&Gas Chemical Buildings Fleet & Public Sector Transportation Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 13
  14. 14. Infor EAM: Modules EMAIL API :: DATABRIDGE MOBILE INFOR EAM WAREHOUSE PURCHASING MS PROJECT BAR CODING WORK ORDER MANAGEMENT ASSETS CALL CENTER WEB SERVICES WARRANTIES GIS INTEGRATION PROJECTS CONTRACTS DEPRECIATONS INSPECTIONS C.S. REQUEST LINEAL ASSETS MAT. REPARABLES ANALYSIS / COGNOS UPLOAD UTILITY BUDGETING QUALIFICATIONS CALIBRATION :: FLEETS :: ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 14
  15. 15. Infor EAM: User Interface – Start Center Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 15
  16. 16. Infor EAM: User Interface – Portal Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 16
  17. 17. Infor EAM: Global Solution Separate functional departments Multi-everything and personalize user interface Share data across organizations or restrict access as necessary Use multi-org security on a single database Maintain different languages and currencies by organization Manage time zone differences Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 17
  18. 18. Infor EAM: Services Provider Model SCADA PDA/PHONE WEB E-MAIL APPL- 1 APPL - 2 CMMS – 1 CMMS - 2 DISPATCHER CALL CENTERPC / DESKTOP INFOR EAM REPORTS ACCESS ACCESS ACCESS ACCESS ACCESS Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 18
  19. 19. Infor EAM: VersionsINFOR EAM BUSINESS EDITION INFOR EAM ENTERPRISE EDITION INFOR EAM ASSET SUSTANAIBILITY EDITION Rapid Implementation Best in Class Monitoring energy Pre-Configured Configurable consumption WAGES 13 KPI,s + 49 Reports Extensible Maintenance based on “Best Practices” Call Center consumption Web Architecture J2EE Calibrations Alert Management SOA: Web Services Fleet Management CO2 emissions management Inspections GAS Index 20.000 € Electronic Signature Lineal Assets KPI,s & preconfigured reports 6 weeks Web Architecture J2EE SOA: Web Services Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 19
  20. 20. Infor EAM – ASEAsset Sustainability EditionSustainability and energy saving Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. Solutions Copyright © 2001-2007 Infor Global www.infor.com. 20
  21. 21. Infor EAM Asset Sustainability Edition Asset Sustainability Edition ENERGY FUGITIVE INTEGRATION EMISSIONS PROGRAM MANAGEMENT ALERT CO2 MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT PROCUREMENT PLANNING ENGINEERING CONFIGURED iPROCURE KPIs, Inbox, Reports Infor EAM Phase II ASE 8.3 Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 21
  22. 22. Asset Sustainability Edition - Energy CO2 Emissions Reporting Across the Enterprise Individual Facilities Energy Usage by Asset Sub metering of assets for energy consumption Utility bills to bring in cost Utility Bills Energy supplier by facility Energy/utility consumption Cost of energy/utility Period for consumption & cost CO2 Emissions by energy source Standard rates for CO2 emissions by energy source Fuel Mix Mix of energy generation type by supplier Publically available data Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 22
  23. 23. G.A.S. (Global Asset Sustanibility) IndexReduces complex facility and manufacturing operating problems of optimizing assetdesign performance at the least total energy cost and environmental risk into simple,intuitive presentation of actionable information. G.A.S.= Availability * Performance * Quality G.A.S.= Availability * Performance * Quality * Energy Efficiency * Energy Efficiency Avalaibility Performance Quality Energy = = = Efficiency = * Downtime Real Production Useful Production Theoretical Consumption / / / / Real Scheduled Uptime Planned Production Total Production Consumption OEE. Overall Equipment Effectiveness Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 23
  24. 24. Infor EAM ASE : G.A.S Index (KPI,s Preconfigured) Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 24
  25. 25. Infor EAM ASE : Analyzing GAS Index (I) Preventives Preventives We observe that index GAS degrades itself from time to time and when we do the preventive maintenance (change filters, cleaning, other actions) recover the efficiency of the chiller Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 25
  26. 26. Infor EAM ASE : Analyzing GAS Index (II) If we change the type of filters into more efficient others and we can observe that the degradation is very much minor and we can reduce the frequency of preventives Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 26
  27. 27. Infor EAM ASE : Analyzing GAS Index (III) Every store has 22 Every store has chillers and they chillers and they obtain practically obtain practically the same the same temperature temperature ambience ambience Benchmarking Benchmarking Comparation of Comparation of electrical electrical consumption consumption (cost per m2) (cost per m2) Chillers in three Chillers in three stores stores Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 27
  28. 28. Infor EAM ASE : Analyzing GAS Index (IV) Electrical Electrical consumption consumption detailed by detailed by Unit Unit Monitorized Monitorized by Sub-meter by Sub-meter Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 28
  29. 29. Infor EAM ASE : Analyzing GAS Index (V) Analyzing the operation mode by each Store: Store A.- Both chillers are working simultaneously based on temperature regulation Store B.- Start/Stop cycle: only one chiller working each time. Store C.- Both chillers are working simultaneously with a predefined start/stop cycle Results: Store A is the one that less it consumes per m2 and the Store C is the one that more it consumes by m2 Action: We change the operation mode to work as the Store A reducing the energy consumption a 27,3% Conclusion: We estimate a saving in costs of energy of 8.000$ annually for each Store Previous data in the example are real case in an U.S.A.customer who has 860 Previous data in the example are real case in an U.S.A.customer who has 860 Stores and 1.720 chillers. We can extrapolate the tremendous energy saving and Stores and 1.720 chillers. We can extrapolate the tremendous energy saving and reduction of CO2 emissions reduction of CO2 emissions Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 29
  30. 30. Infor EAM ASE : Alerts Management Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 30
  31. 31. Infor EAM ASE : Alerts Management Trigger a work order and/or an email Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 31
  32. 32. Infor EAM ASE : Alerts Management Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 32
  33. 33. Infor EAM ASE: Facilities Application Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 33
  34. 34. Infor EAM ASE : Reports (I) Comprehensive GHG emissions management. Direct and indirect CO2 Comprehensive GHG emissions management. Direct and indirect CO2 determination by fuel type or fuel mix of provider. Performance benchmarking determination by fuel type or fuel mix of provider. Performance benchmarking Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 34
  35. 35. Infor EAM ASE : Reports (II)Utility Cost per type of WAGES element: Utility Cost per type of WAGES element: Water , ,Gas, Electricity Water Gas, Electricity Utility Cost per Building Utility Cost per Building WAGES: Electricity WAGES: Electricity Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 35
  36. 36. Infor EAM ASE : Reports (III) Utility Bills Utility Bills Energy supplier by facility Energy supplier by facility Energy/utility consumption Energy/utility consumption Cost of energy/utility Period of energy/utility & cost Cost for consumption Period for consumption & cost Utility cost per Asset for Building Utility cost per Asset for Building Electricity Electricity Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 36
  37. 37. Infor EAMTechnology PartnersAdding value Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. Solutions Copyright © 2001-2007 Infor Global www.infor.com. 37
  38. 38. Solution Partner: Echelon Infor EAM AplicaciónEnergy Meter Node (EMN) Ethernet Wireless WiFi i.Lon SmartServer (802.15.4) -Registro de Datos Internet -Alarmas -Programación -HTML Web Server Modbus RTU -Reloj en tiempo real RS-232 or -485) -Reloj Astronómico SOAP/XML -Local I/O -Etc. Mesh Gate Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 38
  39. 39. Solution Partner: CadService Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 39
  40. 40. Solution Partner: Endress and Hauser Standard W-LAN router Connected to FieldGate FXA520 (wireless) network XML or CSV data export FieldGate FXA520 HART/Profibus interface and Ethernet TCP/IP interface Fixed IP Adress Plant Automation Network HART protocol or Profibus Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 40
  41. 41. Solution Partner: IMS Evolve Any updated data relevant to the machines at the site New Machine Data New Machine Data New Machine Data New Machine Data Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 41
  42. 42. Solution Partner: IMS Evolve Automated Processes Engineer Event Data Data enriched IMS evolve with other data Auto Dispatch Comprehensive Knowledge Base Engine Automated Work Order Actions Created Schedules and Rosters Condition Data and Actions Alarm Data and Actions Event Data and Actions Other Systems containing Work Force Availability and Skills Information Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 42
  43. 43. Solution Partner: IMS Evolve Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 43
  44. 44. Product RoadmapThe future of Infor EAM Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. Solutions Copyright © 2001-2007 Infor Global www.infor.com. 44
  45. 45. Project Timelines – Infor EAM v8.4, ESB 3.0, PIR, Transportation, My Day Zulu v8.5, My Day, Decisions, Verticals Yankee v8.6, My Day, TBD v8.3 Feb Patch v8.7, TBD X-ray Whiskey Maintenance Planning Nitro Warranty Adviser Victor Fixed Assets Tango 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013Timeline Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 45
  46. 46. Key Elements of Infor Strategic Blueprint People / Roles Business Processes Industries Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 46
  47. 47. What’s an Enterprise Service Bus? Do you recognize this? Is this your network at home? Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 47
  48. 48. What’s an Enterprise Service Bus? Change the workstations into apps…. MFG Order Mgmt. …A service bus connects applications to each other…. ….like Ethernet does with your workstations. Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 48
  49. 49. Summary Features Transportation Infor Open MyDay 8.4 SOAListing of Enrich ThingsABInfor MyDayCDE Picture areaF Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 49
  50. 50. Summary Features Transportation Infor Open MyDay 8.4 SOA Listing of Enrich Things MyDay 1. Get me the information I need to manage the organization when I A want it. 2. Make it easy to get information and easy to understand it. BVP of Finance 3. Stop the silos of information that exist within the organization. C 1. We need real-time access to information. D 2. We need to get answers to key business questions to support our decision making. E Picture area 3. The information requested changes constantly. Answering one Purchasing question leads to more questions. F Manager 1. We need to support current and future user needs without disrupting the delivery of information. 2. As the business grows, we need to ensure there will still be integration with any new solutions we buy. Sys Admin 3. We don’t want to create gatekeepers of information. IT Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 50
  51. 51. Summary Features Transportation Infor Open MyDay 8.4 SOA Listing of Enrich Things MyDay A Infor MyDay Infor Decisions B Answers 1st Answers 2nd, C set of 3rd, 4th set of business business D questions. questions. E Picture area FEAM Infor Reports Open SOA Inventory Order Control Management Employee Initiated Expenses Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 51
  52. 52. Summary Features Transportation Infor Open MyDay 8.4 SOA Main Job Responsibilities Actively support company and department commitments to safety Implement, utilize and maintain system for work orders, repairs, and PMsInfor MyDay Process work requests and identify all job requirements Develop work time estimates for each task and work order Schedule and coordinate internal staff and “Poor planning on contractors for repair and maintenance of your behalf does not equipment constitute and Points of Pain emergency on mine.” Reactive maintenance situations Personal Details Materials and Labor availability problems •53 years old Outdated equipment which requires custom machining for repairs •A person of few words with an attention to Large number of unique equipment profiles details Not having a priority for maintenance in the •Enjoys fly fishing production schedule when he can get away Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 52
  53. 53. Infor EAM Equipment History Infor EAMOpen Work Orders Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 53
  54. 54. Frequently Asked Questions (I)• What platforms does Infor EAM work? • BDRMS: SQL Server y Oracle • Application Servers: JBoss, Tomcat, Apache IBM WebSphere, BEA Weblogic, Oracle OAS • Client: any working with MicroSoft Explorer• Is it required to install any software in the client? • NO, only is necessary to have Internet access via standard browser IE• What integration technology does Infor EAM use? • Infor EAM is a pure J2EE App: SOA native (Web Services – XML) • Module “middleware” DataBridge • Web Services Tool Kit • Compatible with Infor SOA strategy: Infor ESB• Which Third Party applications are integrated with Infor EAM? • Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Project • Cognos embebed (Advanced Report Module) • AutoCad (Third party solution) • GIS /ESRI (Expansion Module)• Does Infor EAM support mobile devices? • PDA,s with Windows OS, included Bar Code and RFID readers. • Mobile Phones with J2ME (Java) Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 54
  55. 55. Frequently Asked Questions (II)• How to license Infor EAM? • Concurrents or named user with three different ways: • Standard: Customers purchases Infor EAM and then implements it in their infrastructure. • SaaS Hosted: the customer purchases Infor software licenses and then runs their implementation from Infor certified hosting center, • SaaS Subscription: is defined as an application that is owned, delivered and managed through Infor. It is deployed to all subscribing customers through a single set of common code in a multi-tenant model. Only available for Infor EAM Business Edition• Is it a multi – language application? • YES we deliver as standard: English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Dutch, Japanese and simplified Chinese • Available a“Language Tool Kit “ to develop another language Show Desktop.scf• What limitations does Infor EAM? • Preconfigured KPI,s (13), Reports (50) and Inbox Items • It is not possible to add modules: Projects, Calibrations, Inspections, 21CFR11, Fleets… • Same architecture a data model that Enterprise Edition• Which is the total cost to implement an Infor EAM Business Edition? • From 20.000 € (standard implementation with 5 concurrent users) • Implementation time: from 4 weeks: depending of the initial data upload: Inventory, Spares, Plans, etc Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 55
  56. 56. Open Question? Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 56
  57. 57. NEXT STEPS……… Copyright © 2008 Infor. All rights reserved. www.infor.com. 57

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