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Title: Birds of a Feather - Automotive


1
Birds of a Feather - Automotive
  • Terry Onica, QAD
  • Carianne Nieuwstraten, QAD
  • Dave Doyle, QAD

2
Agenda
  • Industry Update
  • ADG
  • Audience Participation
  • Thoughts
  • Ideas
  • Questions
  • Feedback

3
Industry Update
  • Terry Onica, QAD

4
QAD Future Directions
Looking for Your Input !
  • Product Information Management (PIM)
  • End-of-Life Vehicle (ELV), Tread, etc.
  • Warranty
  • Aftermarket
  • Research general market needs
  • Interview customers to gather requirements
  • What are current and future needs?
  • What tools and methods are you using today?
  • What are the integration points that may be
    needed?
  • Validate findings with customers
  • Determine if QAD should provide solutions in
    these areas

5
Roundtable Discussions
  • Production Part Approval Process (PPAP)
  • Outline steps for approval
  • Customer and Supplier processes
  • What do you use to support PPAP today?
  • NAFTA
  • Current Intrastat Functionality
  • Expand to include NAFTA?

6
AIAG Developing Topics
  • Inventory Visibility and Interoperability
  • Phase II
  • XML Material Replenishment messages
  • QAD IVI White paper (www.qad.com/auto)
  • Lean Manufacturing
  • Aberdeen Lean Survey
  • Benchmark
  • Establish Lean Training and Guidelines
  • Logistics Visibility
  • Tracking global logistics
  • Interoperability of tools in this space
  • Warranty
  • Combine data integration, analytics, and
    automation identification to predict defective
    products
  • SOA Convergence
  • ebXML and Web Services

7
MMOG/LE AIAG Lite Training
  • Tuesday, September 28 from 130-500pm
  • Ritz Carolton
  • Immediately following close of MMUG
  • See Terry Onica if you are interested

8
  • Automotive Development Group (ADG)

Carianne Nieuwstraten, QAD
9
Agenda
  • ADG Objective
  • Membership Benefits
  • Planned eB3 Solutions

10
The ADG and Member Benefits
11
ADG Objective
Cooperative effort where knowledge and
experience are shared to build better solutions
for Automotive companies. The results are
products that address the business needs and
requirements of Automotive companies today and
into the future.
12
Benefits to You
  • Leverage investment dollars using collective
    skills in ADG resource pool
  • Avoid or eliminate costly customizations
  • Early delivery of DG releases, months ahead of
    standard product release
  • Influence product development direction

13
Member Companies
14
Member Companies
Lear ArvinMeritor Textron Fastening
Systems Dura TRW Freudenberg
15
Planned eB3 Solutions
16
Completed
  • Subcontract Shipping Enhancements
  • Trade Sales Phase I and II
  • Separate Shipping and Manufacturing Calendars
  • Customer Schedule Netting Logic Enhancement
  • Planned availability with MFG/PRO eB3

17
Trade Sales Phase I and II
Customer
ASN
4
1
3
Tier-One Supplier
EDI ECommerce
ASN
MFG/PRO
2
EDI
ERP
Trade Sales Supplier
18
In Process for MFG/PRO eB3
  • Supplier Schedule Activity Enhancement
  • AR Self-Billing Enhancement
  • Supplier Consignment Pending Voucher Fix
  • Supplier Consignment Average Costing
  • Production Scheduling Workbench
  • Planned availability with MFG/PRO eB3

19
Production Scheduling _at_ 700am Monday
MorningQuestionsWhat is Hot, Any Bottle Necks,
Am I Efficient ?
One time through the planning process I could
access.. 6 reports 4 inquiry screens 4
maintenance screens 4 processes TOTAL 21
(screens)

How long will it take me to prepare?
20
Production Scheduling _at_ 700am Monday
MorningComparing the relative amount of time to
master schedule production using the proposed
applications
MFGPRO Advanced Repetitive
Production Scheduling Workbench
Estimate task time 1-3 hours
Estimate task time 10-20 minutes
1. Run Demand Reports For-- Past
Due Expedite New Planned Orders 2. Review 23.16
MRP Detail Report For Pegging Info 3. Make
Adjustments in Schedule Maintenance 4. Repeat
process until satisfied 1a. Run Capacity
Requirements Planning (CRP) 2a. Review Report
3a. Review 23.16 MRP Detail Report 4a. Make
Adjustments in Schedule Maintenance 5a. Repeat
process until satisfied
1. Briefly scan each production line - red queues
indicate issues. 2. Make adjustments with full
demand, supply and capacity visibility.
21
Production Scheduling Workbench
  • Provide near real-time demand visibility to make
    intelligent decisions
  • Provide capacity visibility that reduces the
    opportunity to over/under schedule production
    lines
  • Provide event based visual alerts to indicate
    where action is required
  • Remove information delay from days/hours to
    minutes for just-in-time lean environment
  • Consolidate the functionality of about 21 MFG/PRO
    reports, maintenance programs processes to
    stream line production scheduling
  • Decrease the desire to use MS Excel as a
    production scheduling tool

22
Process Overview
Step 1
Latest supply and demand information imported
from MFG/PRO. (automated or initiated by user)
  • Inventory on-hand
  • Projected on-hand
  • Production reported
  • Demand visibility
  • (SO/WO forecasts)
  • Supply visibility
  • (firm planned orders)
  • Capacity visibility
  • Alternate Resources
  • Detail MRP pegging (single level)

Step 2
  • Each resource will display visual indicators
    where production schedule adjustments are
    required.
  • Make appropriate schedule adjustments.

Export Schedule to MFG/PRO (initiated by user)
Step 3
Export updated schedule to MFG/PRO (initiated by
user)
Step 4 (optional)
Net change MRP to cycle through lower level
planning. (automated or initiated by user)
23
Manufacturing Environments
BOM
I
Op 30
Op 20
Parent
L- 0
Op 10
Op 40
Cell Manufacturing
Flow Rate
Sub-Asm
Sub-Asm
L- 1
II
Op 10
Single Operations (stamping or molding)
Comp
Comp
Sub -Asm
Comp
Comp
L- 2
III
Op 10 50hr
Op 40 70hr
Comp
L- 3
Op 30 100hr
Op 20 40hr
Job Shop - no requirement to schedule individual
operations. Schedule based on bottleneck run rate
for ITEM. (40hr)
24
For more information
  • QAD public DG website http//support.qad.com/prod
    uct_development/verticaldevelopment/
  • Contact information Carianne
  • Phone 503-236-0025
  • E-mail czn_at_qad.com

25
Audience Participation
  • All

26
Audience Participation
  • Thoughts
  • Ideas
  • Questions
  • Feedback
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