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Title: Johnson and Johnson OneSource 2.0

Johnson and Johnson OneSource 2.0
  • Scott Jaworski
  • IM Manager/Project Manager

Johnson and Johnson Background
  • Johnson Johnson, through its operating
    companies, is the world's most comprehensive and
    broadly based manufacturer of health care
    products, as well as a provider of related
    services, for the consumer, pharmaceutical, and
    medical devices and diagnostics markets.
  • The more than 200 Johnson Johnson operating
    companies employ approximately 113,800 men and
    women in 57 countries and sell products
    throughout the world.

PSGA Background
  • Our Vision
  • To Provide Competitive Advantage for Johnson
    Johnson by Becoming the Industry Leader in Supply
    Chain Excellence
  • Our Mission
  • We will anticipate and meet critical customer
    needs and fuel business growth by simultaneously
  • Ensuring that the quality of our products and the
    operation of our facilities are in full
    compliance with all regulatory requirements.
  • Continuously reducing unit cost and optimizing
    capital utilization.
  • Operating a flexible and responsive manufacturing
    organization and Supply Chain network with highly
    skilled and motivated people.
  • Rapidly launching new products / technologies and
    integrating new company acquisitions to secure
    and shape our future supply chain environment.

Scott Jaworski Background
  • Johnson Johnson Operating Companies
  • Janssen Pharma
  • Project Lead for the MARKUS application
  • JJ Gateway
  • Project Lead for customized web content authoring
  • PSGA
  • IM Manager/Project Manager for OneSource document
    management application
  • Been involved with Documentum for over 6 years

OneSource Functions
  • Manage Controlled Documentation
  • Change Request and Documents (SOPs, BOM, Specs,
    tech docs)
  • Document Lifecycle
  • Workflow
  • Route for review
  • Route for approval
  • eSigs
  • Reports (business metrics)
  • Delegation Inbox Reassign
  • Approximately 1,500 users across 6 sites (3 in
    NJ, 3 in PR)
  • Plans to significantly increase user base
  • PSGA West Project in 2006
  • Beyond Puerto Rico and US
  • Current technologies DCM, Rightsite, v 4.2.8

OneSource Background
  • OneSource 1.0 Originally Released in 2003
  • Based on DCM
  • Extensive Customizations by Glemser to DCM
  • Every piece of code was customized, over 70 of
    the application
  • OneSource 1.1 Released in January 2005
  • Enhancements to 1.0 code base, release because OS
    2.0 was delayed
  • Added InfoPath to support Creation of Change
  • InfoPath used to add more flexibility to the form
    (XML editor vs. Word Template)

Why we are upgrading to OneSource 2.0
  • Plans for Expansion
  • Packet Routing (Multi-Documents Routing a CR
    and Documents together)
  • Wanted a more configurable approach
  • Other additions based on new platform
  • Performance, Performance, Performance
  • OneSource currently on unsupported Documentum
  • DCM
  • RightSite/Significant Performance Problems
  • Difficult to Support Technical Implementation
  • Database Calls
  • Custom code
  • Rightsite
  • Loss of Resources (JJ and Glemser)

OS 2.0 Project Timeline
  • Project Starts May 2004
  • Initial Review of DCM and Upgrade June 2004
  • Prototype from Glemser and Implementation
  • Project gets delayed because of DCM 5.2.5 delay
  • OneSource 1.1 is released Jan 05
  • OS 2.0 work is resumed Mar 05
  • Scott Jaworski enters Project April 2005
  • Decision to not utilize DCM April, 2005
  • Too much customization, plus latest version of
    documentum is available
  • Decision by Glemser not to be involved April,
  • The letter
  • Revised Approach and Work plan
  • TSG/Active Wizard
  • Project is back on track with new dates but is
    able to stay on budget

Why not DCM?
  • Number of Customizations didnt make cost
  • Increased productivity of End Users
  • Increased performance (searching)
  • Better web navigation with 5.3 WebTop
  • More configurable interface
  • Business agility
  • Reduced system complexity
  • Reduced skill set requirement for support
  • Easier to enhance
  • Upgradeable
  • Simpler upgrade path, no need to consider DCM
  • Historically, new releases of WebTop available at
    same time as the core product.

Why we are upgrading to 2.0
  • While we are still customizing
  • Project Philosophy
  • Customize in order to make configurable!

System Components
  • Webtop 5.3 SP1 (when it comes out mid September)
  • Wanted to be on the latest version
  • Wanted to be able to maintain customizations
  • Components of System
  • PDF Aqua controlled printing
  • Annodoc annotating documents
  • Liquent RenderPerfect/ARP
  • TSG Active Wizard
  • Form, Routing and Workflow Approval Components
  • Launched from Webtop Version Neutral (Supports
    5.1, 5.2.5, 5.3, 6.x?)
  • Dynamic Form old version was static pages
    difficult to change and maintain
  • Dynamic Workflow old version was template
    rather than user driven
  • Approval Interface form approval interface

  • Project is on schedule for deliver - Dec. 18th

Thank You, Scott Jaworski Johnson
Thanks to our technology partners TSG and CYA
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