MES Strategy and Direction

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QAD MES Strategy and Direction
Phil Friedman vice-president solutions marketing
Bengt Johansson – product architect R&D
MES Strategy and Direction
Agenda
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Definition and architecture
Alignment to ERP
QAD strategy and direction
QAD Version 1.0
- Capabilities
- Partners alignment
• MES in the cloud
• Partnering with our customer
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MES Strategy and Direction
Definition and Architecture
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MES Strategy and Direction
MES Definition
• An information technology system(s) that
manage(s) manufacturing operations in factories.
International standards and models have refined
the scope of such systems. Activities typically
include:
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Management of product definitions
Management of resources
Scheduling
Dispatching of production orders
Execution of production orders
Collection of production data
Production performance analysis
Production track and trace
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MES Strategy and Direction
MES Goal
• Improve productivity and reduce
cycle-time--the total time to produce
an order.
• By integrating an MES with ERP
software, factory managers can be
proactive about ensuring the delivery
of quality products in a timely,
cost−effective manner
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MES Strategy and Direction
Alignment to ERP
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MES Strategy and Direction
Manufacturing Architecture
ERP Manufacturing
Engineering
Planning
Replenishment
Shipping
Shop Floor Module
Schedule &
Release
Production
Reporting
Quality
Management
MES
PLC
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MES Strategy and Direction
Components of MES
• SCADA - Supervisory Control And Data
Acquisition
• SPC - Statistical Process Control
• LIMS - Laboratory Information Management
System
• ASRS - Automatic Storage and Retrieval System
• QMS - Quality Management System
• Shop Floor Data Collection
• Process Control
• PLC communication
• Plus
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MES Strategy and Direction
MES and ERP
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Transaction volumes
Uptime
System of record
Data visibility across the plant/company
Specialty machines, variety
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MES Strategy and Direction
QAD Strategy and Direction
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MES Strategy and Direction
Strategy
• Build key functionality into core product
• Tightly couple with QAD’s ERP solution
• Leverage strategic partners
- Shop floor data collection
- Quality
• Open API’s for integration
- E.g. LIMS
- SCADA
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MES Strategy and Direction
Strategy Extensions Via Partners & API’s
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MES applications
Communicating with machine or PLC
Automation – Process Control
Mass data collection – SPC
Shop Floor Services
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MES Strategy and Direction
QAD MES Version 1.0
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MES Strategy and Direction
MES – Shop Floor Current Functionality
MSW/PSW
WO
(Advanced)
Repetitive
Kanban
Warehousing
Quality
Management
Traceability
Reports
BI
QXtend
QDOC
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MES Strategy and Direction
MES Direction
•MSW/PSW
•Scheduling and releasing
•WO + Repetitive
•Quality Management
•Warehousing
•Traceability
•Reporting BI
•APIs
•Operator Workbench
•Shop Floor Connector
•Manufacturing Intelligence
•Serialization
•Quality Management
Today
In Process
Planned
Strategic
Partner API’s and connectors
•MES applications
•Communicating with machine or PLC
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2012
2013
•Automation – Process Control
•Mass data collection – SPC
•Shop Floor Services
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2015
2016
2017
2018
2019
2020
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MES Strategy and Direction
MES Version 1.0
ERP Shop Floor Module
Schedule &
Release
Shop Floor
Reporting
Operator
Workbench
Manufacturing
Intelligence
Serialization
Quality
Management
Shop Floor Connector
MES
PLC
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MES Strategy and Direction
MES – In-Process and Planned
• Serialization
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Inventory serialization
Packaging
Label printing
APIs & barcode reading
• Process manufacturing
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Data collection
Quality management
Item and lot attributes
Potency, concentration, catch weight
Traceability – genealogy
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MES Strategy and Direction
Operator Workbench
• Visualize all info needed to do the job
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Schedule
Order info
Product specs, drawings
Operation instructions, Videos, SOP
• Capture data at the source
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Produced output
Material usage
Time labor machine
Test results
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MES Strategy and Direction
Operator Workbench
Operator Workbench
Work Order
BOM
Routing
Testing
Drawing
Instructions
Video
Operating Procedures
Completion
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Manufacturing Intelligence, Dashboards, Visualization
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Order-Job Status
Resource Status
OEE, productivity, availability, quality
KPI, trending
Demonstrated throughput
Display boards
Desktops
Mobile
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MES Strategy and Direction
Connectors
• Targeted software suppliers
• Pre−defined data transfer capabilities
- Bi−directional
- Ability to easily transfer data
• Leverage Q-Xtend
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MES Strategy and Direction
Open API’s For Integration
• Support multiple requirements and solutions
• Outbound examples
- BOM
- Pick list
- Routing
• Inbound examples
- Quality / LIMS
- Time and material / labor
- Receipts
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MES Strategy and Direction
Partner Strategy
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MES Strategy and Direction
Partner Strategy
• Leverage strategic partners
- Shop floor data collection
- Quality
• Connectors for targeted suppliers
- Industry and customer focused
• Open API’s for integration
- I.e. LIMS
- SCADA
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MES Strategy and Direction
Strategic Partners
• Shop floor data collection
- Vendor neutral, but targeted
- Eagle – Factivity – Freedom – Radley
• Quality
- Cebos
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MES Strategy and Direction
MES In The Cloud
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MES Strategy and Direction
Enabling MES in the cloud
Manufacturing Site
Barcode
Printers
RF
Terminals
QAD On Demand
Data Center
RFID
Cloud
Capability to run offline
•I.e. Data Collection
•Store and forward
when recovered
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MES Strategy and Direction
Partnering With Our Customers
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MES Strategy and Direction
Commitment to Innovation
Industry
Standards
QAD Strategic
Steering Committee
QAD Product
Review Committee
Analysts
Research
Vertical
Market
Competitive
Analysis
Industry
roadmap
Product
roadmap
Product
definition
INSIGHT™
Customer
Requests
QAD
Customers
QAD Field
Feedback
QAD Support
Feedback
QAD
PRC
Customer
Advisory Groups
Development
groups
Technical
foundation
Collaborative
development
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MES Strategy and Direction
Metrics Affected
Process
Benefit
Value
One-screen visibility to
detailed load vs. capacity,
QOH, demand & supply data
•Significant reduction in
scheduling time
•-70 to 75%
•Reduced lead times
•-5 to 10%
•Improved customer service
Color-coded alerts & visibility
into detailed demand
information
•Improved customer service
•5 to 10%
•5 to 10%
•Reduced scheduling time
•Reduced inventory
•-70 to 75%
•-5 to 20%
Enables load balancing
against available capacity
and highlights imbalances
•Improved resource utilization
Visibility to alternate
production resources
•More efficient production
scheduling process
•10 to 20%
•Improved customer service
•5 to 10%
•10 to 20%
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MES Strategy and Direction
Next Steps
• Engage with QAD R&D and Marketing
teams to help define and prioritize our
roadmap
• Please attend Work bench presentation
- Wednesday 4:00 – Manufacturing efficiency
• Stop by the Expo and see the partner
products mentioned in this session:
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Eagle
Factivity
Freedom
Radley
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MES Strategy and Direction
Questions & Answers
• Phil Friedman
• Bengt Johansson
[email protected]
[email protected]
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