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Oracle SCM

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Transcript of Oracle SCM

Pear Technologies
PORTFOLIO
Components of a Supply Chain
Agenda:
Introduction: Venice Sran
Value Chain Planning:
Ricky Wang
Jenny Truong
Supply Chain Execution:
Rifat Kibria
Vanessa Lee
Analytics: Venice Sran
Conclusion: Vanessa
Oracle
SCM
Increased Revenue
Reduced Operational Costs
Configurable User Interface
Capturing order through any system
Dashboards -
Order management dashboard
Order fulfillment dashboard
Inventory dashboard
Reduced Errors and Delays
Accurate Order Pomise Dates
Drop Ship Support
Increase Average Order Size
cross-selling
up-selling
Decrease time to Revenue
Value Chain Planning
The Supply Chain
If you take a basic digital cell phone apart, you find that it contains just a few individual parts:
An amazing circuit board containing the brains of the phone
An antenna
A liquid crystal display (LCD)
A keyboard (not unlike the one you find in a TV remote control)
A microphone
A speaker
A battery
Demand Signal Repository (EBS)
Collaborative Planning (EBS)
Increased visibility
Internally and externally
Strategic Network Optimization (JDE & EBS)
Benefits:
Reducing supply chain costs and improve profits
Managing supply chain risk effectively
Simulating changing business conditions
Implement quickly by leveraging out-of-the-box integration
Inventory & Cost Management
Key Issues
• Stock decreases in value quickly

• Optimum time to sell product is limited

• Low product life cycle

Value Chain Planning
• Advanced Planning Command Center
• Advanced Supply Chain Planning
• Collaborative Planning
• Demand Management
• Demand Signal Repository
• Global Order Promising
• Inventory Optimization
• Predictive Trade Planning and Optimization
• Production Scheduling
• Rapid Planning
• Real-Time Sales and Operations Planning
• Service Parts Planning
• Strategic Network Optimization
• Value Chain Planning In-Memory Applications

What SCM Analytics can do for Pear Technologies
Assess inventory levels
Fulfillment efficiency
identify potential order backlog issues
Identify top customers

iPear 5
Procurement
Inventory
Management
Order
Management
Accounts Payable
General Ledger
Accounts Receivable
Analytics
Product Data Management
Shop Floor Management
Planning
Execution
Planning
Analytics
Pear Industries
Pear industries is a telecommunications company which manufactures mobile phones. This industry is notorious for market fluctuations.
Oracle Value Chain Planning
Advanced Planning Command Center
Advanced Supply Chain Planning
Advanced Planning Command Center
Benefits

Holistic Planning
Reduce planning effort
Data consistency
Minimum communication lag:
Random Notes:
Samsung Supply Chain

Product cycle
Value of products don’t last long
Expensive stock
Dependent on demand from consumers
Distribution Channels
Manufacturers
Warehouse stock - lose value if in warehouse too long
Balance demand and supply to gain optimum profit in a short amount of time

Value Chain Execution
Value Chain Execution is about coordinating materials, information, and funds efficiently across our entire supply chain.
Slash cycle time through online collaboration
Capture best practices
Execute consistently with a focus on compliance

Reduce cycle times
Online collaborations and negotiations
Events are prepared more quickly, concluded sooner, and agreements can be implemented as soon as they are signed
Consolidates requirements, amendments, responses.
Consistency and compliance
Built-in contract tracking
Self-service requisitions default to preferred suppliers at Sourcing-negotiated prices.
Monitors contract utilisation
Capture best practices
All of the successful elements from past events can be captured into category-specific templates
Yield the best results from prior successes.
Capture now for future savings - a long term investment
Strategic Sourcing is complicated
Warehouse operations
Native embedded analytics
A single and common view of outbound shipping, picking, and inbound receiving
Pear Tech warehouse managers can quickly identify problems, drill into details, and resolve issues.
Problems visualised
Visually identify cost trend problems in their products
graphical views of product costs using charts to show product costs
Visibility and control
Centralised, proactive monitoring mechanisms that efficiently manage both expected receipts and received lines
Centralised view of balances - users can easily manage different material statuses
Managers and users can promptly identify and resolve exceptions and backlogs
Using Oracle Demand Signal Repository, companies can get a near real time picture of retail store level sales and inventory management trends and can identify potential problems as well as areas of opportunity.
Supply Chain Plainning
Value Chain Planning In-Memory Applications
Demand
Sensing
Demand
Shaping
Demand
Profitable
Response
Oracle Fusion Inventory Management offers a complete materials management solution allows us to
Manage the inbound flow of goods
Inventory storage; and
Outbound order fulfillment
Proactively monitor our warehouse operations
Comprehensive visibility and control of
materials management
Visually identify cost trend problems
Oracle Advanced Procurement + Fusion Inventory & Cost Management
Strategic Network Optimization (JDE & EBS)
Demand Signal Repository (EBS)
Collaborative Planning (EBS)
JD Edwards Enterprise One ‘Shop Floor management’ is a system that manages the flow of materials inside a manufacturing facility, serving as a mediator between production control and the shop floor.

Using data from the shop floor, the system is able to communicate ‘status information’ regarding materials, work centers and routing instructions that are required to complete the production requests.
With Shop Floor Management, businesses can, for example:

1. Track customers’ orders through a unique production number, check customer status, and respond to evolving conditions by directing users to the specific application for update or adjustments.

2. With the help of a scheduling workbench, users can coordinate the shop floor timetable with the labor and materials needed to meet the production schedule. Once the work is performed, the system automatically records the quantities completed and the labor hours performed.

3. Issue and track materials, using Kan ban for material movement and tracking scrap
JD Edwards Enterprise One ‘Shop Floor management’
JD Edwards Enterprise One Manufacturing PDM (Product Data Management)
JD Edwards Enterprise One ‘Manufacturing PDM’ (Product Data Management) provides ‘input once, available everywhere’ consolidation of an items descriptions. It integrates information for discrete, process, and repetitive operations in manufacturing environments.

PDM focuses on four key elements to ensure accuracy and visibility: Bills of material, work centers, routing instructions, and engineering change management.
Easy to manage BOM

1. Define quantities of intermediate products in any unit of measure as they progress through the manufacturing process.

2. Enter similar items by copying a bill of material and changing only the information that is unique to the item to be added.

3. And create and define different types of BOM such as an engineering
bill, a manufacturing bill or a rework bill.

Work Center

1. Set operator, machine, and capacity by hours per day

2. Determine rates for setup, labor, machine, and overhead
.
3. Enter information for capacity planning and

4. Define where an item is produced.

Detailed Routing Instruction

1. Defines each step of the manufacturing process with allowances for anticipated yield and scrap for each operation and
2. Add alternate operations to routing instructions

Integrated engineering change management

1. Control item changes from a single source and
2. Incorporate approval changed to bills of materials automatically.

Order-to-Cash Solution
Oracle Order Management drives the order fulfillment process of any business
Done through three main tasks -
1) Capturing the perfect Order
2) Orchestrating Flawless fulfilment
3) Executing timely fulfilments.
Enhanced Customer Service
ANALYTICS
Supply Chain Management & Order Management Analytics
"I want
insight

I want
reports

I want to
analyze
my supply chain..

I want deep customer insight"
"So I can recognize and make better decisions at each stage of the order cycle"
Oracle Order Management
Benefits
Provides metrics, alerts, reports to gain the
INSIGHT
and take appropriate action
SCM Analytics reduces time to generate
REPORTS
pre-built data models and metrics allow for business to spend more time
ANALYZING
and making proactice decisions


Revenue comparion
High Value orders
Discount trends
Inventory held
Bill of materials
Inventory movements
Oder fulfillment performances
Shipping trends
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