Globalization and Post Merger Integration - is an opportunity and a challenge; companies need to operate as truly global enterprises as opposed to multi-nationals Brand and Product Commoditization / Electronics Transformation – to combat Increased commoditization companies are moving to SW and Services based solutions. Product commoditization and digital convergence drives the need for (1)Rapid Product Development and innovative embedded software, as well as for (2) additional revenue streams outside of the traditional channels such as B2B and B2C Tighter integration and partnering industry ecosystem – With increased pressure on faster time to market, inventory availability, and supply chain costs, tighter integration and partnering is essential for success Consumer Driven Innovation / Marketing & Sales Transformation – due to Web 2.0 internet technologies and increased collaborative communities, social networking enables more savvy consumers and presents the need for additional global market intelligence Reduce Operating / Infrastructure Costs – Increased financial pressure and intense global competition is forcing Electronics companies to be very focused on minimizing internal cost structures… Front end transformation: Needs for more Market Intelligence & Insights for new emerging customer segments of major markets such as US/Europe and growth markets. Needs for Marketing transformation including market insights and market planning processes are increasing for the global electronics conglomerates. Online activities by companies (promotion, e-commerce, website enhancement) and customers are continuing to increase as they realize the benefits of online space – the online environment is enabling B2B/B2C interactions to become more efficient and effective. Back end Integration: Global electronics companies w/ multiple product groups (ex, SONY, Panasonic, Samsung Electronics, ,Siemens...etc , ..) operates separate supply chains for each business unit, which involves redundancy and inefficiency. By integrating multiple supply chains of business units or functions into single integrated enterprise supply chain, it enables a corporate to achieve economy of scale and service/skill specialization. Global electronics companies also need to integrated back office operations globally which often follow large global system/ERP consolidation projects for global integration of processes and systems.
eGIE/CBM/Shared Service Design - Develop GIE business model for global electronics companies which leverages IBM GIE transformation case/ CBM Methodology/Shared services design. Global Supply Chain Planning – Global Demand/Supply match planning process design and implementation. Centralized planning process for global companies integrating demand planning and supply/production planning. Supply Chain Visibility (VMI/CPFR) - The Virtual Command Center is a supply chain visibility solution provided and is composed of three major Hubs which manage and synchronize Demand, Supply and Logistics. This demo demonstrates supply hub and demand hub Master Data management - Traditionally, master data used to distributed to each transactional systems such as ERP, CRM, PDM, SRM and fragmented to each business divisions. Many global companies have troubles and concerns caused from low data credibility and it caused problem in real time global operation and communication.Through standardizing the data model and full life cycle process of master data enterprise wide and integrating master data and workflows as an isolated system, provide single master data view to enterprise wide globally and secure data quality and credibility with integrated data governance system Supply Chain Management ERP – Integrate enterprise wide process with enterprise ERP system to increase effectiveness and efficiency of enterprise management process. Green Supply Chain - Green Supply Chain Management is a new offering from IBM GBS that leverages best practices in sustainability from IBM&apos;s internal supply chain group along with advanced analytics and solutions from our Research division to model and minimize the environmental impact of a company&apos;s supply chain. Global Financial System Consolidation – For the globally integrated operations, integrate and standardize financial and back office processes and systems globally. Solar Fab in a Box - Solar Fab-in-a-box is a unique and innovative GTM model whereby Applied Materials offers it&apos;s clients a fully turn-key photovoltaic solar manufacturing line with a fully integrated Factory Automation System delivered on highly reliable and scaleable IBM infrastructure. IBM teamed up with Applied also offers it&apos;s clients a fully pre-configured Solar Fab-in-a-box SAP system delivered AoD along with other IT services necessary to enable the enterprise.