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Quintiq SCM CIO Seminar -20120922-1

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Quintiq SCM CIO Seminar -20120922-1

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  2. 2. 2 CPFR @ 2012 09 22
  3. 3. 3 VMI mgmt. VMI implementation decision by top mgmt. Employees VMI Employees convinced of the benefits of VMI EDI Standards were SET POS data ers POS data sent to manufactur ers Manufacturer decides inventory replenishment Goods are center Goods are shipped to Distribution center Walmart sends nt Walmart sends acknowledgeme nt Manufacturer gets credited
  4. 4. 4 Manufacturing Requirements Retailer/Wholesaler Requirements Consumer Requirements “ , , …from product development/ design …via manufacturing planning and purchasing …to manufacturer’s suppliers …through manufacturing …and distribution …to retailers/wholesalers …and end consumers work in progress raw material finished goods finished goods finished goods finished goods develop- ment orders planning orders procure- ment orders production orders sub and final assembly orders factory orders replenish- ment orders retailer orders replenish- ment orders point of sale mfr. retailer consumer Retailer Forecast Manufacturer Forecast VMI ECR QR EPC GDS DRP SCM CPFRRFID APS SCOR S&OP
  5. 5. 5 – Collaborative Planning Forecasting & Replenishment
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  8. 8. 8 SOA
  9. 9. 9 / ( ) ATP/CTP 11/10 12/10 09-05 09-06 09-07 2010 2011 7h 7½h 8 h
  10. 10. 10 SCOR 5.0 VMI ECR Supplier’s Supplier Make DeliverSource Make DeliverMakeSourceDeliver SourceDeliverSource Customer’s Customer Plan Supplier (Internal or External) Your Company Customer (Internal or External) Return Return ReturnReturn Return Return
  11. 11. 11 – 1. Best-Fit 2. •SMA •WMA •PD •EMA •DEMA •SMM •Extrapolation •SES •LP ……
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  14. 14. 14 2. To help planner to look for Orders that will fit on the same knife setting, check filter to further filter on Orders 1. An Order with Width 100 mm has been planned making the Material Remaining Width 230 mm 3. Order In Group list is further filtered to show only Orders that will fit the Material Remaining Width ( <= 230 mm ) in the same knife setting. Continue assigning orders until no more Orders fits Average Scrap KPI of all the materials which have been planned. Average DueDateSpread KPI for all the materials which have been planned with orders. 1.Stochastic waiting times waiting time of an operation before it can be produced on a resource is stochastic and depends on the details of scheduling. 2. Combined resources operations are planned on the set of allowed resources. The definitive resource assignment and sequencing of operations is the scheduler's task. 3. Capacity evaluation capacity use is evaluated on a specified time bucket level. Ensuring an equal distribution of tasks within a time bucket is a task left to the scheduler. 4. Finite Capacity Planning In many situations, there may be more demand for capacity on bottleneck resources than available. In such cases orders (or order requests) may need to be delayed (or occassionally pulled forward). Deciding which order is moved by how much is the task of the finite capacity planning functionality
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  16. 16. 16 Cyclic supply chain due to tolling and scrap loop Sourcing strategy Make to stock strategy, many plants and DCs Integration of MP and Scheduler Logistical and load balancing puzzle Complex supply chain 55 plants, 125 DC, 13.000 products
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  18. 18. 18 1. & - – 100 % - 2. & 3.
  19. 19. 19 Quintiq Quintiq KPI & GUI Quintiq Quintiq
  20. 20. 20 Quintiq 80% Quintiq Windows Web Quintiq Quintiq 80% Quintiq Windows Web Quintiq Quintiq Quintiq Quintiq 10% Quintiq Quintiq 10% 10%10%
  21. 21. 21 @ 2012 09 22
  22. 22. 22 Debra M Amidon “ ” “ ‘ ’ CIBC ‘ ’ ”
  23. 23. 23 IT Quintiq
  24. 24. 25 ITIL
  25. 25. 26 Workforce Planning for SLA/Workforce
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  27. 27. 28 – Productive time Unmatched coverage Console time Unallocated shifts Leave approved within leave slots Additional payments Training opportunity ratio Excess time off Required training planned
  28. 28. 29 1. Translate demand forecasts into headcount 2. Create roster 3. Assign tasks and breaks Typical Rostering Process Overview Week 34 Week 35 Week 36 M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F JD IK DH JC WE DJ Day 2 Events Multiple tasks Task N1 Task N2
  29. 29. 30 What Quintiq Workforce help u Increased resource utilization Optimize employee contracts - Minimize underhours & Avoid overhours Reduce rental external resources (People, Equipment & Material) Reduce travel time Reduce inventory costs Customer loyalty Reduce response times and ensure service level agreements Improved quality through risk reduction (e.g. guaranteed capacity) Employee satisfaction More openness and fairness in the planning Take employees preferences into account (e.g. preferred shifts) In time communication of roster Decrease sickness rate Increase administrative efficiency Minimize planning effort Minimize hour registration effort Transparency of the quality of the planning Visibility of the consequences of planners’ decisions Feedback presented in KPI’s Technology Co-existence with other systems Easy to maintain Future proof technology (e.g. able to combine round trip planning and guard rostering in one solution)
  30. 30. 31 / / ( ) / 11/08 12/08 Aug-05 Aug-06 Aug-07 2009 2010 7h 7½h 8 h
  31. 31. 32 Quintiq …… …… “Develop a single application capable of solving any type of planning puzzle”
  32. 32. 33 DHL DHL Quintiq Quintiq 90 Quintiq DHL SmartTruck DHL DHL DHL 220 DHL 30 4 DHL Deutsche Post World Net “Quintiq DHL ” DHL EVP Charlie Dobbie
  33. 33. 34 www.quintiq.cn Ralph.yin@quintiq.com Lyn.li@quintiq.com Ivy.li@quintiq.com
  34. 34. 35 Quintiq Client Kernel Architect External object model Business Logic Editor Designer Change handler Caching Data propagation Reporting Generic Custom draw ListGantt chart Chart Analysis Views Represen- tation Visualization Thin Client Engine Session Manager External object model Change handler Caching Data propagation Visualization Thin client Session Thin client Session Server Kernel Optimization Transac- tion Integration Business Logic POA LP/MP ODBC XML .NET Industry Solutions Daemons Tables Calendars Components Undo/redo Propagation WORKFORCE
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  36. 36. 37 Quintiq 1997 2000 500 500 76 Quintiq
  37. 37. 38 Quintiq HQ ‘s-Hertogenbosch The Netherlands Quintiq Ltd Oxford United Kingdom Quintiq GmbH Mannheim Germany Quintiq GmbH, Munich office Germany Quintiq Oy Helsinki Finland Quintiq Pty Ltd Melbourne Australia Quintiq Sdn Bdh Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Quintiq China Shanghai China Quintiq Inc. Philadelphia USA
  38. 38. 39 Overloaded >= 90% < 90% Capacity Usage
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  41. 41. 42 / / / 1 (ATP/CTP) 11/09 12/09 Sept-05 Sept-06 Sept-07 2009 2010 7h 7½h 8 h
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  43. 43. 44 / / 11/09 12/09 09-05 09-06 09-07 2010 2011 7h 7½h 8 h
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  45. 45. 46 Quintiq www.quintiq.cn Ralph.yin@quintiq.com Lyn.li@quintiq.com Ivy.li@quintiq.com

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