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PLM Hardlines Vendor Kickoff July, 2008
© 2007 Confidential and proprietary to Infosys Technologies Ltd 2 Agenda 9:30 - 10:30 System Overview Presentation 10:30 – 11:30 Demo
© 2007 Confidential and proprietary to Infosys Technologies Ltd 3 Table of Content 1Project Objective 2Project Approach 3Launch Timeline 4TRU Product Development Process Overview 5TRU Process Details
© 2007 Confidential and proprietary to Infosys Technologies Ltd 4 What is Product Lifecycle Management Tool (PLM)? MerchandisingDevelopmentSourcingDesignProductionLogistics Workflow Visibility Merch Planning Assort Plan Buy Plan Location Plan Open To Buy Concepts Sketches Colors Line Plan Raw Mat Approvals Dimensional Specs Sampling Technical Specs Costing RFQ PO Mgmt Consumption Materials QA FG QA Scorecard Ship & Track Customs Finance / LC ELC / ALC DC Receipt Transportation Product Portfolio Management PLM RelatedSourcing RelatedOther KEY:
© 2007 Confidential and proprietary to Infosys Technologies Ltd 5 “R” Us PLM Project Objectives PLM initiative for Product Development effectiveness through enhanced processes and technology to: –Fast track Product Development to ensure brand competitiveness to sustain growth –Increase creative time while reducing system time required to create and share product information globally –Track, monitor and administer information related to Private Label Product Development –Apply technology to automate Product Development through a seamless, integrated system that enables global collaboration with internal and external stakeholders –Track and monitor assets across time and geographies, including: contracts creative assets manufacturing assets –Manage global product specifications creation through real-time collaboration
© 2007 Confidential and proprietary to Infosys Technologies Ltd 6 Project Approach: Global Design – Local Rollout Detailed requirements will be gathered for all businesses Flexible solution design to support most business requirements Rollout product lines, locations, partners and functionality in phased manner Development work will support only selected product lines and geography System integration will be implemented in later phases Manual data migration to support selected product lines and geography Change management and Training for selected product line and geography Program Management & Change Management Transition and Support User Accepta nce Project Pre-initiation Project Pre-initiation Roll Out System Build and Integration CRP Requirements and Design Periods of High User Interaction Periods of Low User Interaction Aug 6 – Sep 28Dec 11 – Jan 18 June – Sept
© 2007 Confidential and proprietary to Infosys Technologies Ltd 7 Initial Launch – Product Line, Partners, Timing and Geographies Initial Launch: Workflow Product LineFirst season in TCSystem Launch Hardlines;Totally Me Tween Spring 09Jan 08 Initial Launch to include US operations only Manage international aspect during Initial Launch: –Requirements gathering to include international inputs –Solution design should provide for easy transition to international requirements and workflows –Testing and system training to include US and Hong Kong (for US and Asian users and vendors) –Provide: Automated alerts and messaging where US workflows integrate with non-US processes (example: 5L Packaging Development) View only access for international business Manual workarounds to input global quantities in the system
© 2007 Confidential and proprietary to Infosys Technologies Ltd 8 Overview of High Level Process
© 2007 Confidential and proprietary to Infosys Technologies Ltd 9
© 2007 Confidential and proprietary to Infosys Technologies Ltd 11 Process Detail -RFQ -Sample Submission -COC -Packaging
© 2007 Confidential and proprietary to Infosys Technologies Ltd 12 RFQ Steps
© 2007 Confidential and proprietary to Infosys Technologies Ltd 13 Sample Submission
© 2007 Confidential and proprietary to Infosys Technologies Ltd 14 Production Samples and COC/LOE
© 2007 Confidential and proprietary to Infosys Technologies Ltd 15
© 2007 Confidential and proprietary to Infosys Technologies Ltd 16 What is the next step? Provide Logon to system, get the technical aspect settle Vendor will be invited to join training sessions from July to November July 31st go live with System on Fall 09 items (based on brand schedule from July to November Cost of license $1400
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