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5.2.5 The CIM Plan for Business Management
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For business management activities such as managing manufacturing, finance, and accounting, and developing enterprise directives and financial plans, CIM offers better product cost tracking, more accuracy in financial projections, and improved cash flow.
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5.2.6 The CIM Plan for the Enterprise
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For the enterprise as a whole, these advantages add up to faster release of new products, shorter delivery times, optimized finished goods inventory, shorter production planning and development cycles, reduced production lead time, improved product quality, reliability and serviceability, increased responsiveness, and greater competitiveness. In effect, CIM replaces an enterprise s short-term technical improvements with a long-term strategic solution. The advantages of CIM with sensors and control systems are not just limited to the four walls of an enterprise. It can also deliver real productivity gains in the outside world. For example, suppliers will be able to plan production, schedule deliveries, and track shipments more efficiently. Customers will benefit from shorter orderto-delivery times, on-time deliveries, and less expensive, higherquality products.
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5.3 The Manufacturing Enterprise Model
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The integration and productivity gains made possible by CIM with sensors and control systems are the key to maintaining a competitive edge in today s manufacturing environments. The enterprise model defines an enterprise in terms of its functions. In a traditional enterprise that relies on a complex organization structure, operations and functional management are divided into separate departments, each with its own objectives, responsibilities, resources, and productivity tools. Yet, for the enterprise to operate profitably, these departments must perform in concert. Sensors and control systems that improve one operation at the expense of another, and tie up the enterprise s resources, are counterproductive. New sensors and control systems in CIM can create a systematic network out of these insulated pockets of productivity. But to understand how, one must examine the elements of an enterprise model and see how its various functional areas work independently and with each other. Creating a model of the enterprise can help expose operations that are redundant, unnecessary, or even missing. It can also help determine which information is critical to a successful implementation once effective sensors and control systems are incorporated. Obviously, this model is a general description. Many industryunique variations to the model exist. Some enterprises may not require all of the functions described, while others may require more than those listed. Still other enterprises may use the same types of functions, but group them differently. For example, in the aerospace industry, life-cycle maintenance of products is an essential requirement and may require extensions to
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the model. In the process industry, real-time monitoring and control of the process must be included in the model. Computer-integrated manufacturing harnesses sensors and control system technology to integrate these manufacturing and business objectives. When implemented properly, CIM can deliver increased productivity, cost-efficiency, and responsiveness throughout the enterprise. CIM can accomplish these objectives by addressing each of the major functional areas of the manufacturing enterprise: Marketing Engineering research and development of sensors in CIM strategy Production planning Plant operations incorporating sensors and shop floor control systems Physical distribution Business management Integrating these functions and their resources requires the ability to share and exchange information about the many events that occur during the various phases of production; manufacturing systems must be able to communicate with the other information systems throughout the enterprise (Fig. 5.1). There must also be the means to capture data close to the source, then distribute the data at the division or corporate level, as well as to external suppliers, subcontractors, and even customers. To meet these needs, the CIM environment requires a dynamic network of distributed functions. These functions may reside on independent system platforms and require data from various sources. Some may be general-purpose platforms, while others are tailored to specific environments. But the result is an environment that encompasses the total information requirements of the enterprise, from developing its business plans to shipping its products. With this enterprise-wide purpose, CIM can deliver its benefits to all types of manufacturing operations, from plants that operate one shift per day to processes that must flow continuously, from unit fabrication and assembly to lots with by-products and coproducts. These benefits can also be realized in those enterprises where flexible manufacturing systems are being used to produce diversified products over shorter runs, as well as in those that use CIM with sensors and control systems to maintain an error-free environment. By creating more efficient, more comprehensive management information systems through sensors and control systems, CIM supports management efforts to meet the challenges of competing effectively in today s world markets.
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