Supply Chain

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Supply Chain At Work – Direction For The Future
Supply Chain Roadmap
Bo Hagler, QAD Director, Research and Development
Steve Wobschall, QAD Director Product Management, Supply Chain
Supply Chain At Work – Direction For The Future
Safe Harbor Statement
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.
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Supply Chain At Work – Direction For The Future
Agenda
• QAD’s Focus on Supply Chain
- R&D realignment
• What’s new in Supply Chain
- From our customers and industry analysis
• Supply Chain Suite
- SC Suite Overview
• Supply Chain [at work]
- Under development
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Supply Chain At Work – Direction For The Future
QAD’s Focus on Supply Chain
• Summer 2010
- Assessment of current Supply Chain products
and strategy
- Interviewed appropriately 20 customer supply
chain executives
- Update Supply Chain roadmap
• February 2011
- R&D team dedicated to Supply Chain products
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Supply Chain At Work – Direction For The Future
What’s New in Supply Chain
“In the past supply chain needed to respond
to manufacturing. Now manufacturing
needs to respond to the supply chain.”
Gartner 2010
• Companies not buying big projects
• Smaller projects with quicker time to value
• Supply Chain issues are now global in nature
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Supply Chain At Work – Direction For The Future
Key Business Drivers
• Demand management
• Rapid planning
• Intelligent inventory buffering
“Back to Basics”
• Managing margins
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Supply Chain At Work – Direction For The Future
QAD Supply Chain Focus
• Topics
• Collaboration
• Extending the Enterprise
• Decision Making
• Whole Product
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Supply Chain At Work – Direction For The Future
Supply Chain Focused Processes
Customer Supply
Chain Executives’
View of Priorities
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
Plan
Source
S&OP
Supplier
Relationship
Management
Global Trade
Management
Regulatory
Compliance
Demand
Management
Outsourcing
Track and Trace
Disposal
Shipping
Execution
Exchange
Warehousing
Recall
Trade Compliance
Remanufacturing
Container/Tote
Management
Repairables
Inventory
Optimization
Supply Chain
Planning
Trade Promotions
Management
Lifecycle
Management
Deliver
Supplier
Performance/
Quality
Management
Purchasing/
Requisitioning
Collaborative
Design
Maintenance
Planning
Return
Daily Fresh
Tooling
Management
Make
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Supply Chain At Work – Direction For The Future
QAD Supply Chain Suite
• Core
- Supply Chain
Planning
- Distributed Resource
Planning
- Purchasing
- Supplier
Performance
• Warehouse
Management
• Transportation
Management
• Demand
Management
• Trade Promotion
Management
• Supply Chain Portal
• Business Intelligence
• Enterprise Asset
Management
(MRO)
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Supply Chain Roadmap
Supply Chain [at work]
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Supply Chain At Work – Direction For The Future
Enterprise Asset Management Benefits
• Project Controls
- Bring projects in on-time and within budget
- Control excessive spending
• Plant Maintenance
- Increase equipment efficiency
- Lower cost of repairs
• MRO Inventory and Purchasing
- Right-sizing inventory lowering obsolete items
- Minimize stock-out thereby limited equipment
downtime
- Eliminate unnecessary purchases
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Supply Chain At Work – Direction For The Future
QAD Enterprise Asset Management
Topic
Functionality
Whole
Product
• EAM MRO Purchasing
― Merge with Core
― RFQ integration with SC
Portal
• EAM Plant Maintenance
― Provide MFG visibility to
maintenance work
orders
•EAM Projects
― Integration to Fixed Asset
― Integration with SSM
Extending
the
Enterprise
• Contract Purchasing (MRO)
• Mobile Device Approval
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Supply Chain At Work – Direction For The Future
Trade Promotions Benefits
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Track trade spend against promotions
Automating the claims process
Evaluate effectiveness of trade promotions
Incorporate promotional uplift in demand
planning
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Supply Chain At Work – Direction For The Future
QAD Trade Promotion Management
Topic
NEW PRODUCT
Whole Product
Functionality
• Promotions
• Rebates
• Claims
• Budgets
• Deductions
• Reports
• Forecasting
• Accruals
Collaboration
• Integration to Demand
Management
Decision Making
• Business Intelligence
Enterprise Edition
Groups
Profiles
Budgets
Pricing
Sales Orders
Deductions
Accruals
Demand
Management
Business
Intelligence
Forecasts
TPM
Reporting
Promotions
Rebates
Claims
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Supply Chain At Work – Direction For The Future
Demand Management Benefits
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Real-time collaboration
Promotion management
Schedule Sharing
Statistical forecast capabilities
Identify demand shifts
- Customer market share
- Product preferences
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Supply Chain At Work – Direction For The Future
QAD Demand Management
Topic
NEW PRODUCT
(v6.1)
Whole Product
Functionality
Collaboration
• Customer demand
portal
Decision
Making
• Business Intelligence
• Enhanced reporting
services
• Internationalization
• New user interface
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Supply Chain At Work – Direction For The Future
Business Intelligence Benefits
• Centralize repository for consolidated data
• Out-of-box graphical dashboard and
performance metrics
• Easy to develop custom reports
• Rich data analysis with embedded pivot
tables
• Access via mobile device technology
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Supply Chain At Work – Direction For The Future
QAD Business Intelligence
Topic
New Product
Whole
Product
Functionality
Extending the
Enterprise
• Mobile device support
QAD BI access via iPad
• Operation / MFG Module
• EAM Module
― Projects, Plant
Maintenance, MRO
• Mobile device support
• Supply Chain
• Service and Logistics
• Marketing
• Sales and Channels
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Supply Chain At Work – Direction For The Future
SC Portal Benefits
• In-bound supply visibility
• Real-time web-based collaboration
between manufacturer and suppliers
• Improved management of Vendor
Managed Inventory
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Supply Chain At Work – Direction For The Future
QAD Supply Chain Portal
Topic
Functionality
Whole Product
• EAM RFQ
• Enhanced VMI
• Invoiced Visibility
• Customer Consignment
Extending the
Enterprise
• EAM RFQ
Collaboration
• Trade Promotion
• Demand Management
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Supply Chain At Work – Direction For The Future
Warehouse Management Benefits
• Improve bin utilization (slotting)
• Integrated pick, package and ship process
• Optimize stock putaway based on real-time
information
• Improved labor utilization through the use of
RF technology
• Increase shipping performance
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Supply Chain At Work – Direction For The Future
QAD Warehouse Management
Topic
Functionality
Whole Product
• Standard Browse & Collections
• Operational metrics
• New Reporting Framework
• Enhanced integration with shipping (TMS)
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Supply Chain At Work – Direction For The Future
Metrics Affected
Process
Benefit
Value
24x7 real-time
information sharing
between
manufacturers &
suppliers
• Inventory reduction
• Reduce purchasing costs
• Buyer/ planner productivity
• Fewer expedites
• 20 to 35%
• 2 to 5%
• 5 to 20%
• 10% to 70%
Alerts & email notification
for management by
exception
• Reduced downtime due to stock-outs
• 25% to 50%
• Admin. cost reduction
• 5 to 50%
• Reduced expedites and premium freight
• 5 to 50%
What-if analysis for fast
decision making
• Enables product cost reduction
• 2% to 10%
• Improves capacity –load balancing
• $ 000’s
• Helps stabilize production environment
• $000’s
• Improve plant efficiency
• 5% to 20%
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Supply Chain At Work – Direction For The Future
Next Steps
• Attend Driving Customer Satisfaction With
Transportation Management
- Wednesday at 4
- Speakers:
• Linda Olster Product Manager QAD
• John Conrard Global Services Crane ChemPharma
• Attend Collaboration: From Supplier To
Customer Solutions
- Thursday at 9:45
- Speaker:
• Mark Williams, Professional Services QAD
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Supply Chain At Work – Direction For The Future
Questions & Answers
• Bo Hagler
• Steve Wobschall
[email protected]
[email protected]
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