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THE QUE GROUP WOULD LIKE TO THANK THE 2013 SPONSORS. Using EDI Efficiently - ATA SPEC2000 Implementation. Marcelo d`Arce EMBRAER - Nashville. Who am I … Marcelo d’Arce, Logistics and Tooling Director EAMS – EMBRAER Aircraft Maintenance Services Fully owned subsidiary of EMBRAER

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Who am I …

    • Marcelo d’Arce, Logistics and Tooling Director
    • EAMS – EMBRAER Aircraft Maintenance Services
      • Fully owned subsidiary of EMBRAER
      • EAMS has been part of the MRO network since 1991
      • Bought by EMBRAER in 2002 as a parts of the company aftermarket strategy.
      • Quantum GoLive on 3/28/2008
    • Some company facts:
  • 700 employees
  • 10 maintenance docks
  • 3500+ PN on our capabilities list
  • Over 200,000 man hours (2012)
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In This Session …

    • Introduction
    • Why was it implemented ?
    • Time line
    • Functionalities, Orchestration and Additional Enhancements
    • Gains
    • Points of concern
    • Lessons learned
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In This Session …

    • Introduction
    • Why was it implemented ?
    • Time line
    • Functionalities, Orchestration and Additional Enhancements
    • Gains
    • Points of concern
    • Lessons learned
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What is ATA SPEC2000?

    • It is a set of e-commerce specifications, products and services designed to create a “common language” amongst the airline industry (airlines, aircraft manufacturers, suppliers, MRO, etc). It is design to streamline communications and increase operational efficiencies.
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Introduction

    • This presentation is focused on the Embraer Nashville implementation
    • Business oriented
    • ATA SPEC2000 has 17 chapters. This presentation will be focused on:
      • Chapter 3 – Order Administration
      • Chapter 4 – Customer Invoicing
    • Other Chapters are:
  • Chapter 1 – Provisioning
  • Chapter 2 - Procurement Planning
  • Chapter 5 - Information and Data Exchange
  • Chapter 6 - Communications Commands
  • Chapter 7 - Repair Order Administration
  • Chapter 8 - Repair/Overhaul Planning
  • Chapter 9 - Automated Identification and Data Capture
  • Chapter 10 - SPEC2000/ASC X12 Implementation Guide
  • Chapter 11 - Reliability Data Collection/Exchange
  • Chapter 12 - Airline Inventory Redistribution System (AIRS)
  • Chapter 13 - Industry Performance Metrics
  • Chapter 14 – Warranty
  • Chapter 15 - Delivery Configuration Data
  • Chapter 16 - Electronic Parts Certification Forms
  • Chapter 17 - Electronic Logbook
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In This Session …

    • Introduction
    • Why was it implemented ?
    • Time line
    • Functionalities, Orchestration and Additional Enhancements
    • Gains
    • Points of concern
    • Lessons learned
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Why was it implemented?

    • Reduce work load on both ends of EMBRAER (Nashville and Customer Response Center – SJK)
    • Allow fast reponse time for all orders, especially AOGs;
    • “Test Bench” for future integrations
    • Support future developments
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FACTS

    • Biggest EMBRAER integration
    • Integration connects 4 main steps:
    • Data transactions:

BNA

CC

E2Open

SAP

Info

Info

Info

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In This Session …

    • Introduction
    • Why was it implemented ?
    • Time line
    • Functionalities, Orchestration and Additional Enhancements
    • Gains
    • Points of concern
    • Lessons learned
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Time line

Project Lauch

2009

ContractSigned

2010

Boarding meeting and documentation

Tests initiated

2011

GoLive!

2012

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In This Session …

    • Introduction
    • Why was it implemented ?
    • Time line
    • Functionalities, Orchestration and Additional Enhancements
    • Gains
    • Points of concern
    • Lessons learned
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Functionalities, Orchestration and Additional Enhancements

    • Send, receive acknowledgements, send a change order, receive a change order, and cancel orders
    • Invoice Processing
    • How does it work?
    • Little tricks
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In This Session …

    • Introduction
    • Why was it implemented ?
    • Time line
    • Functionalities, Orchestration and Additional Enhancements
    • Gains
    • Points of concern
    • Lessons learned
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Gains

    • Paperless: Less mistakes
    • Reduced administrative time and cost
      • Updates: 33,000 transaction*30 seconds = 275 hours
      • PO creation: 15,000*45 seconds = 187 hours
      • Total: 462 hours
    • Lead time reduction: reduced inventory
    • Standard with a twist
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In This Session …

    • Introduction
    • Why was it implemented ?
    • Time line
    • Functionalities, Orchestration and Additional Enhancements
    • Gains
    • Points of concern
    • Lessons learned
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Points of Concern

    • Clear business definition and scope
    • Pre-planning
    • Size
    • Follow-up
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Clear business definition and scope

    • Is ther any other update/enhancements that should work together with this one?
      • Freight forward integration
      • Reports
      • Work-flows
      • automation
    • Time frames and responsibilities: who does what and when
    • Service Level Agreements
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Pre-Planning

    • Do you need to design your screens?
    • Did you involve all needed parties?
    • Should you align unit of measure with your business partners?
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Size

    • Do you have the right servers?
    • Do your partners have the right servers?
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Follow-up

    • Understand the important steps and measure them
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In This Session …

    • Introduction
    • Why was it implemented ?
    • Time line
    • Functionalities, Orchestration and Additional Enhancements
    • Gains
    • Points of concern
    • Lessons learned
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Lessons Learned

    • Training is never enough
    • Better undestanding of the consequences (receiving)
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Where to Find More Information

    • www.spec2000.com
    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electronic_data_interchange
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Key Points to Take Home …

    • Think BIG
    • Pre-plan
    • Create the plan based on the previous step and follow it
    • Follow up your process until it is fully stable
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Your Turn!

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Questions?

How to contact me:

Marcelo d’Arce

[email protected]

Cel.: +1 615 202 2528

Please remember to complete your conference evaluation

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