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1 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 1 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved Open Applications Group OAGi on Cross Industry Interoperability and Convergence

2 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 2 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved Business Issues

3 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 3 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved Business is Changing and Evolving PACE OF BUSINESS Increasing expectations from customers and partners to provide answers sooner INNOVATION Companies are under pressure to bring products and services to market faster GLOBALIZATION Customers, supply chain, and competition have all become global REDUCE COSTS Relentless pressures to drive additional efficiencies…do more with less "In a time of accelerating turbulence, the valuation of a company will be strongly affected by how it executes change." Focus is on Business Transformation

4 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 4 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved Today’s Enterprise Challenge Information is fragmented across stovepipes of applications Processes are application-driven, inconsistent and inefficient Integrations are point-to-point interfaces and difficult and costly to change SupportSellManageAssemble Division A Oracle E-Business Suite PeopleSoft Division B Siebel CRM On Demand Other CRM Division C Siebel Call Center Legacy Division D Demantra Oracle E-Business Suite Distribute Division E Oracle Transportation Management JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Competing Globally with a Fragmented Value Chain

5 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 5 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved Business Issues “IT’s Top Technology Priorities for 2008” 32% Of companies with revenues over $1billion say standardizing and consolidating their IT infrastructure is a top technology priority—more than any other. “State of the CIO 2008” survey CIO Priority – Standardization and Process Integration

6 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 6 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved Business Issues Corporations – Business processes cross multiple industries – Interoperability across industry standards required to improve efficiency and drive down IT integration cost SDOs – Maturing marketplace forcing organizations to look at core competencies – Growing willingness to outsource common technologies and frameworks Enterprise Software Vendors – Broad customer base requires support for multiple industries – Interoperability across industry standards required to meet customer requirements and reduce development cost Requirement for interoperability across industry standards Automotive Chemicals High Tech Healthcare Insurance Communications Retail Banking Aerospace & Defense

7 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 7 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved Business Issues Integration Back Bone Business Unit n Supplier Customer Business Unit 1 Business Unit 2 Enterprise Need for Fully Integrated Enterprise

8 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 8 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved Business Issues Canonical Data Model to integrate heterogeneous environment CRM Billing Shipping ERP Enterprise Business Object CRM Billing Shipping ERP Growth through acquisition. Need to integrate business units Information is fragmented across stovepipes of applications Processes are application-driven, inconsistent and inefficient Integrations are point-to-point interfaces and difficult and costly to change

9 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 9 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved Trends in Data Standards

10 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 10 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved EDI is not disappearing soon 1st Generation B2B Suited mainly for big companies Still largest B2B environment Organizations generally don’t remove systems that work EDI Views

11 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 11 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved XML is a successor to EDI XML defines the data as it is being transmitted XML is technology neutral More powerful capabilities for integration Emerging tools supporting it XML has Arrived

12 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 12 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved Convergence Too many standards: ACORD, ARTS, CIDX, GS/1, HR-XML, OAGIS, PIDX, RosettaNet, SWIFT, IFX, TWIST... No single Über Language and may never be Look at EDI : X-12, EDIFACT, VDA, TRADACOMS, Galia, Odette,...

13 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 13 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved Convergence Trends Business language standards are maturing Most of the ones that will be successful, are successful Solution Providers are getting proactive and targeting their investments Moving forward, some level of consolidation makes sense UN/CEFACT technologies give people common ground

14 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 14 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved Costs of Non-Interoperable Messages Expense of mapping Expense of tooling Time and effort Lost opportunities

15 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 15 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved Example of Barriers to Interoperability Different Tags & Meanings Different Positions Different Information Content Different information elements

16 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 16 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved OAGIS Convergence Initiatives UN/CEFACT MoU MG STAR – Technology Standards for Automotive AIAG – Automotive Industry Action Group Financial Harmonization ( ISO20022 and Swift) HR-XML ISA S95 WBF – World Batch Forum High Tech OCEG – Open Compliance and Ethics Group CIDX – Chemical Industry Data Exchange MSCI – Steel Industry ARTS - Association of Retail Technology Standards Mimosa - Machinery Information Management Open Systems Alliance

17 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 17 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved Commitment to UNCEFACT/CCTS The OAGi Board of Directors is committed to support and participate in the UNCEFACT Core Components efforts OAGIS 9.0 and future releases will incorporate CCTS and other like deliverables from these efforts

18 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 18 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved Core Components, The Idea Sponsored by the United Nations Defines the basis for building business languages. Encourages all business languages to be based on same concepts.

19 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 19 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved Why Did OAGi Adopt Core Components? Enables all business languages to be based on same concepts and building blocks. Will increase interoperability within supply chains Will increase interoperability across supply chains Excellent base for OAGIS convergence initiatives

20 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 20 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved SDO Adoption of UN/CEFACT

21 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 21 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved An implementation of ISO Creates common re-usable building blocks –Conceptual Data Constructs – Core Components –Reusable logical/physical Data Constructs – called BIEs –Core Data Types, i.e. for “Amount, Code, Measure, and Quantity” Based on Semantic Definitions –Clear rules on how to define semantics to explain what items mean Uses a Context Mechanism that controls how data constructs vary depending on the context –e.g. By business process, business process role, industry, country/region, etc. Syntax neutral –Can be used to define business documents OR business objects/databases Provides the heavy lifting for syntax specific representations Artifacts identified in a registry to maximize visibility and reuse Fax_ Communication Terciary _Person Legal_ Address Seller_ Identifier Seller_ Party Telephone_ Communication Primary _Person Home_ Address Buyer_ Identifier Buyer_ Party Communication Person Address Identifier Party Context Conceptual Data Model: Core Components Logical Data Models: BIE’s Core Data Type Core Data Type Software Vendors Adoption of UN/CEFACT SAP – Solving the problem: CCTS

22 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 22 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved Based on Open Standards –UN/CEFACT CCTS –UN/CEFACT XML NDR –OAGIS –XACML –WS-Addressing Rationalized against Oracle Applications Extensible and Upgradeable Create SalesOrder Update SalesOrde r Query Customer Account Query Item Utility Services… Standardized Service Payloads Based on semantics and open standards Software Vendors Adoption of UN/CEFACT Oracle Enterprise Business Objects UN/CEFACT XML NDR Oracle Applications (eBusiness Suite, Enterprise) UN/CEFACT CCTS Industry Standards (OAGIS, UN/CEFACT CCL) Oracle Enterprise Business Objects Oracle Enterprise Business Messages

23 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 23 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved

24 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 24 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved

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26 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 26 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved OAGIS and Financial Convergence Part of ISO20022, known as UNIFI Driving for convergence in financial transactions MoU participants include SWIFT, TWIST, IFX, OAGi Phase 1 –Credit Transfer Message –Debit Transfer Message –Delivered in OAGIS 9 Phase 2 –Statements –Still in development

27 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 27 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved Phase 1 Team Members

28 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 28 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved Financial Inclusion in OAGIS

29 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 29 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved Financial Inclusion in OAGIS IST/ISO

30 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 30 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved STAR and OAGIS

31 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 31 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved AIAG and OAGIS

32 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 32 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved OAGi signs an MOU with the Enterprise Interoperability Centre EIC is a deliverable of the Integrated Project ATHENA a European collaborative research Project The EIC is an open, neutral, and independent organization, serving as a common and inclusive platform that adds value to its members, to the interoperability stakeholders, and to the established and ongoing work of existing standards development organizations.

33 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 33 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved EIC Value Proposition Critical factors of interoperability are messages (semantics) and business processes. To simultaneously address cost and complexity, both messages and processes must be combined... This is where the EIC will add value: By defining a profile the EIC defines a standardized business process and also identifies appropriate vertical industry standards.

34 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 34 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved OAGIS and HR-XML Convergence Long standing relationship with HR-XML HR-XML already uses the OAGIS Purchase Order HR-XML planning to use OAGIS Invoice Board of Directors connection helped drive this large announcment

35 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 35 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved OAGIS and HR-XML Convergence

36 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 36 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved OAGIS and HR-XML Convergence HR-XML 3.0 is planned for summer of 2008 It is a next-gen body of work It will provide consistent documentation of supported integration scenarios across the HR- XML library. Leveraging the Open Applications Group’s Business Object Document (BODs) architecture for HR-XML message design. Leveraging OAGIS architecture provides consistency to the HR-XML library and improves interoperability across industries.

37 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 37 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved How we got together SAP Process standards evaluation –ISA SP95 / B2MML SAP Discrete standards evaluation –OAGIS OAGIS & ISA-SP95 Convergence

38 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 38 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved OAGi’s OAGIS & ISA-SP95 Convergence Activities Detailed analysis of OAGIS and B2MML Agreement to start by mapping from Production Performance to ConfirmWIP Found mapping difficult Not a one to one Overlaps and Underlaps Decided to ask for OAGIS version of ISA- 95 for easier mapping

39 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 39 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved ISA-95/B2MML terminology and models are excellent for process industries ISA-95 standards and object models are easy to understand ISA-95 Standards provide Terminology, abstract models and transactions P2B Convergence Team Study Results and Conclusions

40 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 40 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved P2B Convergence Team Results and Conclusions The OAGIS standard includes Enterprise, Commerce and Manufacturing functionality Manufacturing functionality is primarily discrete Large install base in discrete manufacturing Large install base in over 40 countries and over 30 industries

41 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 41 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved P2B Convergence Team Results and Conclusions We need a solution for process, discrete, and mixed mode manufacturing Process Models Discrete Models Hybrid Models

42 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 42 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved ISA Agreement

43 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 43 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved August WBF Agreement

44 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 44 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved Open O & M MoU

45 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 45 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved © SAP AG / 45

46 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 46 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved ISA-95 Functional Hierarchy Business Planning & Logistics Plant Production Scheduling, Operational Management, etc Manufacturing Operations & Control Dispatching Production, Detailed Production Scheduling, Reliability Assurance,... Continuous Control Level 4 Level 3 Levels 2,1,0 Parts 1, 2 & 5 focus on this Interface Discrete Control Batch Control Parts 3 & 4 Focus on Manufacturing Operations

47 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 47 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved Purdue Reference Model From the Purdue model –Theodore J. Williams, The Purdue Enterprise Reference Model, A Technical Guide for CIM Planning and Implementation, 1992, ISA, ISBN Defines the functions in a manufacturing enterprise Includes details of functions in the control domain Defines levels in a manufacturing enterprise

48 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 48 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved ISA S-95 Production Performance Model

49 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 49 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved Draft of OAGIS Production Performance BOD Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved

50 50 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved The Customer Benefits OAGi is building the ISA-95 Data Model into the OAGIS standard to provide a broader solution for OAGIS users. OAGIS is sharing their data model with ISA-95 Through the development of BODs based on the ISA-95 data model, we have greatly enabled the user to map between OAGIS and B2MML, providing greater ease of interoperability.

51 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 51 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved Summary - Convergence in Industry Standards Manufacturing –OAGIS Finance –ISO20022 Vertical Processes –ACORD, ARTS, HL7

52 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 52 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved So how will this all fit together?

53 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 53 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved OAGIS as a Business Standards Platform

54 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 54 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved OAGIS 9.X is... Canonical Format –Common Object Model (Nouns) –Class Libraries (UN/CEFACT and OAGIS ® CC) –Artifact Subsets for SOA Service Definitions Naming and Design Rules –UN/CEFACT Based Transaction and Context Model –Nouns –Verbs Application Architecture –Document Typing –Meta Model Technical Architecture (BOD) –Common Look and Behavior –Extensions Architecture –Extrusions Architecture

55 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 55 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved Next Step Meta Model Naming and Design Rules BOD Architecture UN/CEFACT Core Components XML Schema (XSD) UML Models Component Access Layer - Resources OAGIS Core Components ISO Core Components HR-XML Core Components OAGIS Platform for Business Standards

56 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 56 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved OAGIS Component Libraries OAGIS Library UN/CEFACT Library ISO20022 Library OAGIS Library HR-XML and Joint Automotive coming here

57 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 57 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved BOD Assembly Example

58 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 58 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved Extension Architecture OAGIS ® Overlay Your BOD

59 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 59 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved Lite BODs for Specific Use Cases OAGIS ® technology also enables you to “extrude” Lightweight BODs Canonical stays in place The “Lite BOD” must parse as valid against the Canonical This preserves the Canonical This enables you to build “Use Case BODs” Requires a strong methodology Requires steward ship for the implementation Use lightweight BODs for lightweight services

60 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 60 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved Putting It Together Lite BOD Industry A Overlay Industry B/Company A Overlay Meta Model Naming and Design Rules BOD Architecture UN/CEFACT Core Components XML Schema (XSD) UML Models Component Access Layer - Resources OAGIS Core Components ISO Core Components HR-XML Core Components

61 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 61 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved ISA – S95 Industry Process HR-XML Processes AIAG Industry Process End Result – A Business Standards Federation We all use common UN/CEFACT methodologies implemented by OAGIS OAGIS adds the horizontal business processes and data Others addresses vertical processes within the OAGIS framework We share component libraries We share data models where possible We share common methodologies and technology base STAR Industry Processes... OAGIS Horizontal Processes OAGIS Platform UN/CEFACT Technologies OAGIS is the Foundation for industry convergence

62 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 62 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved OAGi Governance Model OAGIS Messaging Executive Committee Policy Board Architecture Council Industry Council OAGi President OAGIS Base Expanding Use and Integration Partner Council HR/XML AIAG … Industry Council OAGi has established Industry Council Memberships Industry Councils and Partner Council own industry needs Architecture Council ensures consistency General Members can participate on any Working Group

63 Copyright © Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved 63 Copyright 1995 – 2008 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved Thanks and Questions?


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