QAD PSW - Midwest User Group

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QAD Production Scheduling Workbench (QAD PSW)
Carianne Nieuwstraten – Sr. Product Manager – MFG/SC
Brent Shooltz – Sr. Business Systems Analyst – MFG/SC
MMUG - 03/22/2010
Agenda
MFG/SC - Key Strategic Initiative
Production Scheduling Objective & Challenges
Workbench Framework Introduction
Roadmap
Production Scheduling Futures
Demo
Early Adopter Program
Wrap Up
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Key Strategic Initiative
Provide a workbench
for each key role in the
Manufacturing and Supply
Chain areas
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Production Planning & Execution
Production Planning & Execution
Months-Weeks-Days
Master Scheduling
Days
Day-Shift-Intervals
Production Scheduling
Release To shop Floor
Master Schedule Workbench (MSW)
Production Scheduling Workbench (PSW)
Component Available Check (CAC) Integration
Create a master
schedule balanced
to Supply /Demand
/Resources
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Maximize Production
Efficiency
Release to
production with
verification of
available materials
Execution
Production Scheduler’s Objective
Establish a Production Schedule that Meets
Requirements
– Measurements :
• On Time Production Deliveries
– Minimize order lateness
• Short Lead Times
– Better Customer Responsiveness
• Minimal Work-In-Process
– Reduced inventory investment
– Improving quality
• Maximum Utilization of Resources
– Machines
– Materials
– Manpower
» Reduced set up costs/time
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Production Scheduler’s Challenge
Materials
Finance
Do you have all the material
to start production? Supplier
“X” will be late with their
order!
Work-In-Process
inventory is too high
and there seems to
be excessive labor
costs.
Manufacturing
There are too many last
minute changes! Have you
planned for machine
downtimes? Will you meet
production due dates? Five
workers are out sick!
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Engineering
Quality
Are all production
compliance issues
and procedures
being followed and
met? Why are scrap
costs rising?
Engineering Change
Orders must be
implemented smoothly to
the shop floor.
Production Scheduling Challenge
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Common Scheduling Situation
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MSW & PSW
Framework
Introduction
Planning & Scheduling – Future Flow
Period
->
Month
->
Week
MSW
MSW
• Initial plan is created
by the system
• MRP (traditional)
• Leveling (new)
• GRC (new)
Demand
Received
Demand received
->
Day
->
PSW
Production
Planned
Production Planned
• Balance demand /
supply /resources to
ensure a feasible and
level production plan.
->
Base
CAC
• Sequence production
orders by item
attributes and
resource allocations to
Optimize shop floor
Production
Scheduled
Production Scheduled
PSW
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Shift
Interval
->
hour
Base
Production
Dispatched
Production Dispatched
• Verify materials
available
• Release orders
• Print work orders and
schedules
• Monitor Production &
Manage Production
Order
Production
Reported
Production Reported
MSW/PSW/CAC Together
- Consolidation of 50
maintenance, report and inquiry
programs
- New capabilities (production
scheduling, integrated
component checking)
Framework Introduction
Master Scheduling (MSW)
Scheduling view designed for the
purpose of master scheduling
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Framework Introduction
Production Scheduling (PSW)
Scheduling view designed for the
purpose of production scheduling
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Framework Introduction
Search Panel extracts content for
both workbench views
Navigator Panel drives
content focus of both
workbench views
Supporting Frames apply
seamlessly to both workbench
views
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PSW:
Layout Introduction
Drag & Drop the orders to
the desired position on the
Sequence Grid
Production Order Sequence Grid
Schedule and sequence production orders by item
attributes
- Create a schedule by (release date, shift, sequence)
Production Order Browse
Locate un-sequenced production
orders by attributes (red/yellow)
(large/small)
Production Order Maintenance
View and maintain all order details
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PSW:
Views
Create customized workbench layouts
Views
Provides ability to create different user
defined workbench layouts and save
them for quick access
Saves Panel Size
Saves Filter/Sort/Group Settings of
each Panel
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Example: Created View with Master
Scheduling (MSW) and Production
Scheduling (PSW)
side-by-side
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PSW Roadmap
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
Standard Edition
June 2010 : QAD 2010 SE release
 Core Functionality :
- Production Scheduling Workbench (PSW)  Order Based
- PSW integrated Component Check Capabilities
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PSW Roadmap
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
Enterprise Edition
September 2010 : QAD 2010.1 EE release
 Core Functionality :
- Production Scheduling Workbench (PSW)  Order Based
- PSW integrated Component Check Capabilities
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Production Line / Process
Routing Operations
Op 10
Op 20
Op 30
Op 40
Work Center
Extrude
Work Center
Assemble
Work Center
Paint
Work Center
Inspect
Day 1
Order Based
Scheduling
Single Operation
Scheduling
Multi Operation
Scheduling
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Day 2
Day 3
Pacemaker – Flow rate across all operations
WO Release
Date
WO Release
Date
Day 4
WO Due Date
WO Due Date
Pacemaker-OP
OP 20
Release/Due
Order Release
Date
WO Due Date
Scheduled-OP
OP
Release/Due
Scheduled-OP
OP
Release/Due
PSW Roadmap
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
Enterprise Edition
March 2011 : QAD 2011 EE release*
 Core Functionality :
- Production Scheduling Workbench (PSW)  Operational Scheduling
* Subject to change
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Operational Scheduling
1
2
3
4
Release
5 days
(WO Duration)
Back
Schedule
Release Due
4 days
(WO Duration)
Due
.8 days
(Inter-OP Duration)
Alternate Scenario
Release
Due
Release
WO & Date
Conflict!
Operation
Conflict!
Date
Conflict!
Operation
Sequenced?
No
Due
WO Due
Date
No
Anchored? Yes
1.5 days
(OP Duration)
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Demo
Production Scheduling Workbench Value
Reduces production scheduling time and
complexity
Increases shop floor optimization
Ability to simulate changes
Removes need for spreadsheets
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Interested In Being An Early Adopter?
 Early Adopter Criteria:
– .Net use with QAD Enterprise Applications
– eB2.1, SP4 or higher
– Using QAD Enterprise Applications Discrete Work Orders or
Advanced Repetitive
• No or verified customizations
– High data integrity/accuracy
• BOM’s, inventory records, clean MRP data etc.
– Verified business need for MSW, PSW and integrated component
check capabilities
– Resource availability from May 10th through around July 12th
• Project Manager, Master Scheduler, Production Scheduler,
Material Planner availability
– Go live within the May 10th – July 12th time period
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QAD Demo Center
MSW and PSW
Tuesday, March 23rd: 8:30 – 11:30am
Step through specific business scenarios
• You ask, we show
Come talk to us!
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Contact Information
Carianne Nieuwstraten
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: 503-236-0025
Brent Shooltz
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: 616-285-6617
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