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Title: Cross-Enterprise Integration


1
Cross-Enterprise Integration
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2
Adaptec Inc.
  • A 1 billion global manufacturer of network and
    I/O connectivity HW and SW products and is
    competing in an environment of
  • Shrinking product lifecycle
  • Increasing customer demands
  • Decreasing margins
  • Major challenges from the vertically integrated
    competitors who have their own fabrication and
    assembly facilities.

3
Challenge As A Fabless
  • As a fabless semiconductor company, Adaptec
  • Removes the need to invest 1.2 billion in their
    own fabrication facility, but
  • Increases the need to interact seamlessly with
    their Asian partners

4
Adaptecs As-Is
  • Method of communication
  • Fax
  • E-mail
  • FTP
  • EDI
  • All have inherent problems and in combination
    with critical data being stored in multiple
    enterprise systems, lead to delays and long
    lead-times, making them less competitive in the
    market.

5
Issues Identified
  • Time consuming manual extraction, manipulation
    and coordination of data
  • Important information is stored in many systems
  • Wide number of types of information to be
    communicated necessitated a variety of methods of
    transfer
  • Manipulating and transferring data was a long
    process
  • Communication methods were unreliable and prone
    to errors
  • Partners have their own heterogeneous systems and
    methods of doing business

6
Why Alliance?
  • Alliance provided Adaptec with the functionality
    they were looking for
  • Automated manual processes
  • Enabled cycle time reductions
  • Extends Adaptecs enterprise systems and those of
    their partners
  • Expandable solution for future extension and
    growth
  • Offers secure communications

7
Business To Business Processes
  • Processes defined and automated with Alliance
    were
  • Engineering design
  • Demand forecast
  • Purchase order/acknowledgement
  • WIP update
  • Ship notification

8
Business To Business Processes
  • Multiple automated processes involving multiple
    systems

TSMC
Adaptec
Purchase Order/ Acknowledge
WIP Update
Legacy Order Mgmt.
SAP
Intranet Web Server
Ship Notification
Demand Forecast
PDM
CAD
PDM
Engineering Design Test
9
Adaptec A Fabless Semiconductor Company
10
Benefits Of Virtual Factory
  • The calculated return is 15 times the investment
    in just the first 3 years a one-month payback,
    or an ROI of 1500.
  • Reduced cycle times up to 50
  • Reduced inventory levels
  • Increased visibility to manufacturing processes
  • Improved on-time delivery
  • Improved new product introductions
  • Increased customer satisfaction

11
Adaptec 1998
12
Adaptec 2000
13
B2B Relationship Management
  • To manage the internal and external sharing of
    information and the execution of interactions
    between software applications and business
    partners over the Internet.

14
Make B2B Simple, Open, Manageable
Integrate and extend applications and business
processes to work with those of Customers,
Partners and Suppliers...
15
B2B Architecture Requirements
Reliable. Scalable. Flexible.  
16
TSMCVirtual Supply Chain Integration
  • Solution TSMC Direct
  • Create Virtual Fab environment
  • Implement Extricitys Alliance to integrate with
    top customers and back-end test and assembly
    partners
  • Automate and synchronize business processes
  • Order management - WIP tracking - forecast
    sharing
  • Collaborative engineering and test

17
TSMCVirtual Supply Chain Integration
Customers
Suppliers
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TSMCVirtual Supply Chain Integration
  • The calculated return is 14 times the investment
    in just the first 3 years a five-month payback,
    or an ROI of 1400.
  • Reduced product lead time by 25
  • Reduction in non-value-add time
  • Eliminated manual processes
  • Reduced WIP inventory
  • Improved capacity planning
  • Increased customer satisfaction and loyalty
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