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Manufacturing : Scheduling to Execution Joseph A. Phelan, CPIM 11 May, 2011 Session : BT2 Product Roadmap and Direction.

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1 Manufacturing : Scheduling to Execution Joseph A. Phelan, CPIM 11 May, 2011 Session : BT2 Product Roadmap and Direction

2 2 Thank You for Being a QAD Customer! Product Roadmap and Direction “The purpose of a company is to create a customer. A business…is defined by the need the customer satisfies when he/she buys a product or service. To satisfy the customer is the mission and purpose of every business.” Peter Drucker

3 3 Safe Harbor Statement Product Roadmap and Direction The following is intended to outline QAD’s general product direction. It is intended for information purposes only, and may not be incorporated into any contract. It is not a commitment to deliver any material, code, functional capabilities, and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decisions. The development, release, and timing of any features or functional capabilities described for QAD’s products remains at the sole discretion of QAD.

4 4 Building to an Effective Enterprise Product Roadmap and Direction QAD Customers Competitive Analysis Analysts Research Industry Standards Visions QAD PRC Industry Roadmap Customer Requests QAD Field Feedback QAD Support Feedback Product Definition Product Roadmap Vertical Market Collaborative Development Customer Advisory Groups Development Groups Technical Foundation QAD Strategic Steering Committee QAD Product Review Committee

5 5 This is what you have said -Make better planning/scheduling decisions Workbenches -More automation for manufacturing Manage by exception -Extending/connecting the enterprise Integration / interoperability -Better access to manufacturing information Leveraging mobile devices -“Next level” of manufacturing (process and discrete) Building to an Effective Enterprise Product Roadmap and Direction

6 6 Master Scheduling Workbench ( MSW ) -Aligns demand and supply throughout the planning horizon Highlights supply shortages Calculates projected inventory -Calculates and monitors workload capacity Highlights overloads -Provides access to processes and information to put decisions into action Shows immediate effects Making Better Planning / Scheduling Decisions Product Roadmap and Direction

7 7 Production Scheduling Workbench ( PSW ) -Aligns demand and supply throughout the scheduling horizon Highlights supply shortages Calculates projected inventory -Calculates and monitors workload capacity Highlights overloads - Component Availability Check ( CAC ) Checks material availability before committing to production -Provides access to processes and information to put decisions into action Sequencing (drag and drop) Shows immediate effects Making Better Planning / Scheduling Decisions Product Roadmap and Direction

8 8 Kanban Workbenches -Kanban sizing methods (interactive workbench approach) Loop -Based on demand, lead time, and safety stock Process -Based on demand, period interval, setup time, and production cycle time -.Net technology base Improves performance -Calculation help and analysis capabilities -Simulation support (save/load) Making Better Planning / Scheduling Decisions Product Roadmap and Direction

9 9 Periodic costing -Compliance issue with (local) legal tax requirements in many countries -Compliance issue with the IFRS -Meet established business practices Retro-pricing -Accounting Compliance -Automatic More Manufacturing Automation Product Roadmap and Direction

10 10 Load-leveling, constraint-based master scheduler -Order smoothing -EPEI -Finite capacity Builds master schedule automatically -Reduces manual effort and Time More Manufacturing Automation Product Roadmap and Direction

11 11 More Manufacturing Automation Product Roadmap and Direction Planning vision Load-leveling, constraint-based master scheduler Master scheduling workbench Material requirements planning Production scheduling workbench Finite capacity production scheduler Master schedule Material plan

12 12 Quality Extensions -Establish improvements in quality management through inspection result processing Document quality test results associated with attribute values Consistent product specifications Quality criteria and supplier certification Supplier performance -Product traceability Backward / forward Extending / Connecting the Enterprise Product Roadmap and Direction

13 13 Serialization -Improve supply chain efficiency (operations) Trading partner regulations -Brand/product protection And safety Counterfeit products Tracking / tracing -Compliancy issues Extending / Connecting the Enterprise Product Roadmap and Direction

14 14 Connectivity / services -Fully integrated inventory transaction APIs -Label / bar code printing Extending / Connecting the Enterprise Product Roadmap and Direction

15 15 Information requirements -Adoption of the.Net UI and reporting framework technologies - Enhanced usability and flexibility Combine information needs Customizable Better Manufacturing Information Access Product Roadmap and Direction

16 16 Business Intelligence -Connects people to data -Analyzes data and disseminates measurement information Provides visibility to historical trends resulting in operational insight Supports better, faster business decision-making -Cut costs -Identify opportunities Better Manufacturing Information Access Product Roadmap and Direction

17 17 Mixed mode manufacturing environments -Single solution design -Integrated features -Consolidated Business processes Consistent UI Manufacturing to the Next Level Product Roadmap and Direction

18 18 Item characteristics -Extended item attributes Attribute values must be stored by item Track and trace each material by its attribute values -Establishes a database to improved capabilities to manage inspections in quality processes -Helps meet regulatory compliance ROHS ((restriction of hazardous substances) REACH (registration, evaluation, authorization and restriction of chemicals) SOC (substances of concern) GHG (greenhouse gas emission data) Manufacturing to the Next Level Product Roadmap and Direction

19 19 Item characteristics : example -Item attribute (potency) -Formulas -Batch balancing -Work order allocations -Lot trace capabilities Lot trace workbench Manufacturing to the Next Level Product Roadmap and Direction

20 20 MRP/Gross Requirements Calculation -Material planning for lean production environments (pull systems) -Component demand Average demand calculation Kanban workbenches -Process -Loop Manufacturing to the Next Level Product Roadmap and Direction

21 21 Lean transactions -Cumulative orders -Accountability -Improved integration (closed loop) Subcontract supply subsystem -Plan components for outbound shipment Pick / ship (sub-location) Ownership accountability Subcontractor sends kanbans Manufacturing to the Next Level Product Roadmap and Direction

22 22 Near term -Periodic costing -Information requirements -Business intelligence -MSW/PSW and kanban workbenches Future -Item attributes (potency / batch balancing) -Quality extensions (traceability) -Serialization -Connectivity / services -Load-leveling, constraint-based master scheduler -Lean material planning / extensions -Subcontract manufacturing -Retro-pricing Building to an Effective Enterprise : Summary Product Roadmap and Direction

23 23 Metrics Affected Product Roadmap and Direction ProcessBenefitValue Better tools for Master Scheduling and Production Scheduling Provides improved decision support when establishing Manufacturing plans and schedules Aligns demand and supply, and capacity workload to improve customer delivery and minimize inventories Improve customer service 10% to 30% Master Scheduling tools to automatically build constraint- based, level-loaded schedules Master scheduler’s time reduction Master Schedule feasibility avoiding resource over commitment -5% to 20% Serialization infrastructure identifies products and streamlines supply reporting Product Traceability Reduces labor time Supports compliance and public safety -5% to 20% Manufacturing Business Measurements Highlight manufacturing processes requiring management action to improve productivity -5% to 20%

24 24 Attend Increase Your Manufacturing Efficiency with QAD's Planning and Scheduling Workbenches -Wednesday at 4PM -Speakers: Carianne Nieuwstraten, Senior Product Manager, QAD Chris Loerch, Senior Manager of Plant Supply Chain, Cascade Engineering Attend Get Lean! Leveraging Lean Manufacturing to Drive Plant Efficiency -Thursday at 11 AM -Speaker: Sharon Ward, Senior Director, Solutions Marketing, QAD Next Steps Product Roadmap and Direction

25 25 Joseph Phelan Questions & Answers Adding Value to the Global Transportation Process

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