Presentation on theme: "The ‘Smart’ Implementation Intergraph’s Approach & Strategy to Support Successful System Implementations Richard Smykay 21-22 August 2008 Hilton Opera."— Presentation transcript:
1 The ‘Smart’ Implementation Intergraph’s Approach & Strategy to Support Successful System ImplementationsRichard Smykay21-22 August 2008Hilton Opera HotelHanoi, Vietnam
2 OUTLINE … Technology Implementation Market Dynamics & Drivers Historical Review & PerspectiveTechnology Adoption & ImplicationMarket Dynamics & DriversCustomer Case Study – FluorSmartPlant 3D ‘Smart’ ImplementationCustomer Case Study – URS, Washington DivisionThe ‘Smart’ Implementation – Intergraph’s PerspectiveSmartPlant Virtual Web-based Training - OverviewQ & ASummary & Close
3 Technology Implementation - Overview SmartPlant 3DTechnology Implementation - Overview21-22 August 2008Hilton Opera HotelHanoi, Vietnam
4 Technology Implementation Historical Perspective Characteristics of 3D CAD system adoption & implementationInstall/ configure the softwareRun user training coursesPrepare (but not complete) reference information before 1st project roll-outCarry on system training ‘on-the-job’Complete developing reference information during the 1st projectObservationsSequential implementations, typically 3 – 6 months in durationMinimal realignment or update of working procedures/ workflows to reflect implemented software useMinimal user training linking application training to working procedures/ workflows to support projectsNo validation of end user training knowledge take-up & understandingImplicationsSlow technology take-upPotential risk to project schedule during detailed design phaseFull exploitation of main system tools may not be achieved or fully understood
5 Technology Adoption Opportunities for Change The ‘Smart’ Implementation …People (Organization):Streamlined Web-based User TrainingSmartPlant 3D Training/ Skills AuditProject Organization, Roles & Responsibilities OptimizationProcesses:Complementary Workflows, Procedures & Best Practice GuidelinesIntegrated CAx/ Data StandardsTechnologyRules-based Design/ Knowledge CaptureWorkshareDesign Automation/ Data ReuseEnvironment Integration/ Interoperability ~ Plant – Marine - OffshorePeopleExistingSystemsIntergraph/ SP3DProcessesTechnologyExtending Enterprise Advantage
6 Market Dynamics & Drivers Influencing New Technology Adoption Today Case Study: FLUOR…21-22 August 2008Hilton Opera HotelHanoi, Vietnam
7 Added-value from Intergraph: Macroeconomic Environment #1. Business DriversProcess, Power & MarineAdded-value from Intergraph:Helping the organization and its people work ‘smarter’Providing data & application integration linking our technology solutions to best practice working methodsIncreasing designer productivityCapturing & harnessing organizational knowledge
8 Industry Challenges – Intergraph Added-Value: Macroeconomic Environment #2. Business DriversIndustry Challenges – Intergraph Added-Value:Too many projects with too few experienced resources to support projectsGlobal project executionDemands to increase designer productivity without compromising design quality & integrityReduce overall project schedule
9 Added-value from Intergraph: Macroeconomic Environment #3. Business DriversProcess, Power & MarineAdded-value from Intergraph:Helping the organization and its people work ‘smarter’Providing data & application integration linking our technology solutions to best practice working methodsIncreasing designer productivityCapturing & harnessing organizational knowledgeProviding ‘Next-Generation’ Integrated Plant Design to extend competitive advantage supporting new project execution strategies
10 A Case Study for Deployment of SPE & SP3D URS Washington Division 21-22 August 2008Hilton Opera HotelHanoi, Vietnam
11 URS - A Project Approach Delivers Results Process, Power & MarineCase Study of URS Deployment of SmartPlant Enterprise & SmartPlant 3DExcerpt of Session 2047 Presented at Intergraph 2008 conference by David Collett, Senior Project Director URS Washington DivisionCan a technology platform be delivered within cost and schedule constraints?How do you do it?Business CaseDetailed PlanningProject Execution – Scope, Schedule, CostStartup & Operation – DeploymentURS Case study – how to implement new tools, what planning and implementation strategies are required?
12 The Business Case – SmartPlant Enterprise Process, Power & MarineStandardizationBrings further efficiency and quality as work is completed similarly each timeEnables multi-office execution with global resourcesIntegrationData-centric approach and enhanced quality and efficiency through integrationCompetitive AdvantageSmartPlant architecture specifically designed to enable multi-office executionEnables leveraging of global resource base through standard processes and toolsLeveraging resources - SmartPlant efficiency allows lower costTesting shows high potential for reduction in design timesTight labor market is becoming a business reality - reduce impact of shortage of specialty technical resources in different locationsThe benefits of SPE based on the prior criteria are as noted.
13 Business Case - Implementation Approach Process, Power & MarineStrategic Initiative Sanctioned at Executive Level – VitalFocus on OutputsTest Out of the Box (OOTB) functionalityConfigure authoring tools to create standardized outputPilot test based on previously executed projectIntegrate through SmartPlant Foundation after configuration of individual toolsInitially located in HuntsvilleA Project Approach Delivers Results
14 Business Case - Why A Project Approach? Process, Power & MarinePrevious Experience with Technology ProjectsCulture ChangeLeadership from topA Marathon, not a SprintMaturity Cycle of PlatformClose access to IntergraphStrong ControlsFocus on outputs – No Disruption of Existing FunctionalityGain Confidence of PM Community – Key
15 Detailed Planning Multi-Discipline Team led by Engineering Process, Power & MarineMulti-Discipline Team led by EngineeringConsultation with IntergraphScope Development – Include everything needed to deployFocused first on creating required Outputs (drawings, lists, reports, etc)Detailed ScheduleProject Execution planRisk Analysis and Contingency CalculationExecutive Review Committee
16 Detailed Planning - Focus First on Outputs Process, Power & MarineFocus First on OutputsContent and Format of OutputsDoes the tool allow more efficient work processes to create outputs?Focus on outputs leads to StandardizationSmartPlant comes with Out of the Box functionalityRequires Users to configure to Coding, Naming, and Numbering Conventions; Symbology; Drawing/Document Formats, etc…Provides Opportunity & Catalyst to StandardizeUsing Standard ConventionsForcing Establishment of a Single StandardInput from Diverse Team Representing All Business Units and OfficesFlexibility to Apply Standards to Client Unique Requirements
17 Detailed Planning - Scope of Work Tool Summary Process, Power & MarineOutline of products in use.
18 Project Execution Team Building & Alignment Kickoff Workshop Process, Power & MarineTeam Building & Alignment Kickoff WorkshopProject baseline for Performance ManagementScopeScheduleBudgeted Cost for Work Schedule (BCWS)Monthly Project ReviewsEstimate At Completion (EAC) ForecastingMonthly based upon trendsQuarterly base on detailed estimatingChange ControlReportingTeam LevelExecutive SponsorHigh level execution plan. Major milestone/review items.BCWS = Budgeted Cost for Work ScheduledEAC = Estimate at Completion
19 Project Execution - Strategic Schedule Process, Power & MarineSchedule
20 Project Execution – 25 Person Team Makeup Process, Power & MarineSmartPlant 3D - 7Piping & Equipment – 2 discipline specialistsStructural – 2 discipline specialistsElectrical – 2 discipline specialistsHVAC – 1 discipline specialistSchematics - 6P&ID – 2 discipline specialistsInstrumentation – 2 discipline specialistsSmartPlant Electrical – 2 discipline specialistsMaterial Control - 8SmartPlant Reference Data – 3 specialistsMaterial Take Off Integration – 1 specialistMaterial Control Work Optimization – 4 specialistsIncludes configuration of SmartPlant MaterialsIS - 44 discipline specialists covering administration, database, equipment/setupLeadershipIS, Engineering, & Project ManagementNOTE : Initial SP3D & Schematics Teams located in Huntsville approximately 1 year
21 Project Execution - Monthly Reporting Process, Power & MarineDetailed Cost ReportSchedule PerformanceEarned value performanceExecutive ReportingReporting made on a many “traditional” aspects of managing progress.
22 Project Execution - Communication Process, Power & MarineVarious AudiencesFunctions, Engineering Disciplines, Project Management, Business Units, ExecutiveDiverse Locations and StakesHighly Technical Application and IssuesCandor & Accuracy vs. Rumor MillPerception of What Change BringsOne of a Kind ProjectTwo Way CommunicationToolsMeetingsMonthly ReportsArticles in Company MagazinesPresentationsBusiness Unit PM Focus GroupCommunication between various company people/disciplines/sites is key.
23 Deployment - StrategyProcess, Power & MarineSingle Project to Start – Strong positive Feedback from ProjectAssure platform is ready for productionAssure support capability is availableBuild confidenceTraining and Support with Setup – Very PositiveSupport – Projects are not AloneCoachingMentoringImmediate correction of challengesProduction workIdentify and create administrators and super usersConfiguration Management a MustComplex systemTesting of new releases prior to productionAll architecture, system state, and settings maintainedMove to Next ProjectBuild resources
24 Deployment – Configuration Management Process, Power & MarineOnce standard configuration is deployed users have minimal local control to change. Supporting efficiency by consistency.
25 Deployment - StatusProcess, Power & MarinePrior versions of Intergraph tools have been used for yearsPDS, P&ID, & INtoolsAnticipate these will be in production for some time to comeNew URS Configuration of tools on 5 projectsSP P&ID, SP Instrumentation, SP 3D, SP FoundationSP Electrical not yet deployed – still configuring and pilotingEarly Feedback is PositiveBuilding Resource Pool to SupportWill not deploy Broader Than Ability to SupportPositive feedback so far rooted in support providedEngineering Services organization being deployed for global support
26 Deployment – Positive Results Process, Power & MarineEvery project in deployment providing positive feedbackCautious but encouraged by early developmentEstimates based on previous methods have been more than sufficient using new toolsProjects without prior experience in data centric systems are enamored by the ability to design and create data at the same timeReports, lists, data sheets, drawings, etc. are a by-product output
27 Deployment – P&ID and SPI Trends Process, Power & MarineEarly trends for URS Washington DivisionProjects continue to provide positive feedbackData integration between P&ID and SPISaves time because of enter once use manyAssures quality and consistency of dataEnforces consistent application of work processSavvy Project Managers realize time savingsData generation during designOutputs are a by-product of the processEnter once use many
28 Deployment – SP3D SPI Trends Process, Power & MarineEarly trends for URS Washington DivisionDesigners like consistent interfaceProductivity enhancement tools reduce design timeAfter training, designers do not want to go back to prior toolsA few comments from designersSP3D shines when design revisions occurRelationships between objects is a real time-saverIntegration with other tools makes “enter once use many” a reality; reuseable data saves timeDrawing generation saves a lot of timeDrawings by QueryVisibility when data has changed and drawing is out of date
31 Implementation Planning & Management21-22 August 2008Hilton Opera HotelHanoi, Vietnam
32 SmartPlant 3D ‘Fast-Track’ PPM Investments to Support Successful ImplementationsSmartPlant 3D ‘Fast-Track’ObjectivesDe-risk new technology introductionCompress implementation schedulesAllocating the right levels of resources (internal & external)What is it?A set of template-based implementation planning tools, workflow templates & customizable proceduresA set of pre-configured packaged RDB solutions (multi- discipline reference data/ symbols)Drawings, Isometrics & ReportsSmartPlant Reference Data (SDB) for materials across process plant industries‘Fast-Track’ integration with other SmartPlant Enterprise applications & internal softwareWhy is this important?Implementation Planning Guidance/ ValidationAchieving early success to support projects capitalizing technology investment as quickly as possible
36 Virtual Web-Based Training ~ SPVT ~ Overview 21-22 August 2008Hilton Opera HotelHanoi, Vietnam
37 What is SmartPlant Virtual Training? Process, Power & MarineSmartPlant 3D End User Training (available now)Hosted on a commercial LMS system by ElementKProvides access for up to 86 virtual sessions organized in courses for 1 yearAbility to track progressAbility to download tutorials and practice labs24x7 support with web site and forum for technical helpLearning Management SystemVirtual Instructor LedTrainingAdministrative Interface for Enterprise Customers37
38 Benefits of SmartPlant Virtual Training Process, Power & MarineQuality and ConsistencyExact same presentation regardless of time or locations - removes the variations introduced by individual instructorsPrepared experts for given topic from the product centersReviewed by customers & software designersEducationally sound materials, consistent terms across all topics, objectives, prerequisites & summary screens for every topic.Schedule CompressionUsers from multiple disciplines can learn simultaneously resulting in shorter startup time for projects starting with team new to SmartPlant 3D Typical reduction from 3 weeks to 1 weekAbility to train new members of the team earlier rather than waiting for class with minimum enrollment requirementsCost EffectiveList price of US $1200 per student is ½ of class room enrollment at US $2,500Further savings based on quantity in addition to travel costs
39 Frequently Asked Questions Process, Power & MarineDoes SPVT replaces traditional class room training?SPVT best suited for Roll-out scenarios, small & remotes teams of 3-5 users, or new additions to the teams. Traditional class room training best suited for CAE teams and Discipline Application Specialists (Super Users / Early implementation teams).Does SPVT requires 3D software License?SP3D / SM3D license is not required to purchase SPVT, however training experience is not complete without hands-on experience. Practice Labs provided with SPVT match up with training plant backup available on Siebel web site.Intergraph is exploring alternatives for making training environment available via web based virtual lab setup and/or providing increased access to regional training facilities at Intergraph Offices.What is plan to update the training to match new software versions?Intergraph plans to update training for every major version release. Scope of change depends on number of enhancements in new version. Our goal is to make training available as soon as new versions are released. Most likely users will get option to access version specific training sessions.Is there a certification/evaluation program to access skills after the training?Currently one question quiz is added to each session as trial basis, however answers are not tracked. Completion and time spent on each session is tracked. System is capable of handling certification requirements.
40 21-22 August 2008Hilton Opera HotelHanoi, Vietnam