Hello and Welcome to the Week in Review!
This is the weekly blog post that will give a one-look overview of what happened in the DELMIA Communities this past week. But there is a lot more than what you will see below. Visit the communities to see the exchange of information and ideas between members and DELMIA experts. With eight active communities, you are sure to find at least one to suit your DELMIA interests. Connect with us to exchange and share on the DELMIA Communities.
See you there!
Global Operations Community
DELMIA Trivia Quest – April 29 – Game Registration Open
Let’s have some fun!
DELMIA Trivia Quest is based on the USA TV Game Show JEOPARDY! and is hosted live by their ‘Clue Crew’. Next game is scheduled for April 29 at 11am EST | 5pm CET. Get more information on the community.
Collaborative Lean Operations
Lean Industry Thought Leadership Nominations
Hello Lean community! As part of DELMIA marketing and strategy we are developing an eBook based on thought leadership in Lean practices (overview attached).
I am looking for industry (or academic) Lean practitioners that would each be willing to take part in a short “interview” to share their point of view on some of the benefits (and challenges) of Lean….find out how to contribute.
Lean deployment strategy
Strategy deployment of lean will focus and align your activities, and allow you to respond quickly to threats and opportunities. Moreover, it’s a human system. People respond because it acknowledges their individuality. The most critical behaviors change list in below pic. Visit the community to see the image.
SORT – a 6S topic
Many of us in the northern hemisphere are excited for our spring season. Warmer & longer days, melting snow, green grass and the return of baseball. This is also traditionally a time when we assess the clutter we’ve amassed during the fall and winter. Trimming trees, removing debris and cleaning closets as our wardrobe needs change.
Sort is the first step in the 6S journey…..click to keep reading.
Ergonomic Workplace Design – DEMO
Watch this example of Ergonomic Workplace Design.
Ergonomics at Work: Maintenance Operation
The new “Ergonomics Workplace Design” role on the platform allows to quickly check and validate the position of tooling and the posture of the operator when working on a production line. Continue reading and watch the video on the community.
Planning & Optimization Community
Company Planner’s KPI
In manufacturing, it is essential to measure the performance of the production facility to evaluate the organization and its success. Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) are often used to do this. The goal is to understand how well your manufacturing organization is doing and track its performance over time. Click to continue reading.
Advanced Planning & Scheduling: when are you ready to go?
The DELMIA Quintiq APS suite can do great things to a company’s supply chain performance, but not all companies are ready to use an advanced planning & scheduling (APS) tool, or not on all levels. The A in the APS acronym suggests that it is an advanced tool, which is relying on basic systems and processes to be in place and working well. In this post, we will discuss four main elements of operational readiness for using an APS. These are vision, brains, data, and predictability. Please continue reading on the community.
Understanding the Last Mile Puzzle
We continuously try to decrease the time to market for our solutions. We are currently looking into the business processes we support, to ensure our market offer remains in line with market needs. This to ensure our products adequately support the business processes at a customer, to enable us to quickly adopt the solution and fit this within their current IT and Business landscape. Click to keep reading.
Manufacturing Operations Management
Why put WMS in MOM?
It is a question we get frequently: “DELMIA Apriso is an MES/MOM solution. Why put Warehouse Management in MOM?” There are several reasons we chose to include WMS as part of the DELMIA Apriso MOM solution. The first, and probably most significant, reason is: Material Synchronization. Find out the rest of the reasoning on the community.
Global Manufacturing Suite – Center Of Excellence #2 – Technical Backbone
In the previous post I started outlining what are success factors in Global MOM Deployment (and in further enhancements and scope management).
The first one was – technical capabilities of the solution, which can natively support the concept. In this post, let us highlight some key aspects of this topic and decompose it to main pillars. Go to the community to discover the three pillars.
Thanks for reading – see you next week! In the meantime, don’t forget to keep up to date with the DELMIA Communities.