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IBM Overview prepared for NDTA, Tampa Bay Chapter. Mark Nixon Senior Managing Consultant Supply Chain Management Global Business Services [email protected] 813-840-4988. Agenda. Differentiators IBM Global Business Services IBM’s Internal Supply Chain Research and Development .

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IBM Overview prepared forNDTA, Tampa Bay Chapter

Mark Nixon

Senior Managing Consultant

Supply Chain Management

Global Business Services

[email protected]

813-840-4988


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Agenda

  • Differentiators

  • IBM Global Business Services

  • IBM’s Internal Supply Chain

  • Research and Development


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On Demand Services

Reach-back – Behind every IBMer there are thousands of resources available

Open Architectures & Open Standards - “we are agnostic to solutions”

Largest Integrator of ERP & COTS

We transformed ourselves

SCM & Distribution

Workforce & Knowledge Management

Lean Six Sigma & Component Business Model

Our solutions are built on innovation & best commercial practices; supported by Services Oriented Architectures

Why IBM…our key differentiators

IBM – “We want to solve your

most difficult problems”


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Over the past 15 years IBM has made a major transformation from a hardware company to a services led business


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IBM exports our logistics and supply chain successes for our clients….

In the last 3 years alone, transformation has produced impressive results!!


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Industry Sectors

Service Lines

Strategy & Change

Supply Chain Management

Human Capital Management

Financial Services

Communications

Distribution

Industrial

Public

Customer Relationship Management

Financial Management

Business Transformation Outsourcing

Application Services

IBM Global Business Services is a partner of unmatched breadth and depth

  • Consultants and professional staff in more than 160 countries globally

  • Deep experience and expertise in 17 industries

  • Partnerships with leading-edge Independent Software Vendors

  • Broad set of services spanning Strategy and Change, Customer Relationship Management, Supply Chain Management, Financial Management, Human Capital Management, Application Innovation

  • Over 8500 Supply Chain consultants worldwide, with 1000 working in the Public Sector


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Business Consulting Services has a suite of offerings, many of which have active IBM DoD projects today

Customer

Relationship

Management

Supply Chain

Management

Human CapitalSolutions

FinancialManagement

Strategy & Change

ApplicationInnovation

Transform and Operate Solutions

  • Employee Portals

  • Human Capital Transformation

  • ERP Implementation

  • Human Capital Data Warehousing and Decision Support

  • CRM Vision

  • Customer Analytics

  • Integrated Multichannel Solutions

  • CRM ACCEL

  • Finance Transformation Strategy

  • Data Warehousing / Decision Support / BIS

  • ERP / Finance Infrastructure

  • iAnalytics

  • Integrated ERP

  • Procurement

  • Adv Planning and Scheduling

  • Fulfillment and Logistics

  • Collaborative Product Commerce

  • Maintenance and MRO Mgmt

  • Retail & Financial Institution Ops

  • Collaborative Value Chain Solutions

  • Corporate Strategy

  • Operational Strategy

  • Organizational Strategy

  • Change Management

  • Information Technology

  • e-Business

  • e-Transformation

  • e-Globalization

  • Mergers & Acquisitions

  • Emerging Technologies

  • Enterprise Application Integration

  • Information Technology Infrastructure

  • Reseller

  • Web Services

  • New World Networks

  • Business Process Management Solutions

  • Application Management Solutions

  • Infrastructure Management Solutions

  • Operate

Active IBMProjects

  • Army

  • Air Force

  • Defense Agencies

  • Army

  • Air Force

  • Navy

  • Defense Agencies

  • Army

  • Air Force

  • Navy

  • Defense Agencies

  • Army

  • Navy

  • Defense Agencies

  • Air Force

  • Defense Agencies

  • Army


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IBM’s Internal Supply Chain operates on a vast scale of tremendous complexity to achieve our distribution mission

  • 45,000 business partners worldwide

  • 33,000 suppliers are connected to IBM through the Web

  • Approximately 350,000 updates are made a day to the 6.5 million customer records from 1.7 million orders a year in North America alone

  • 18,000 employees at 100 locations in 61 countries

  • Approximately $40 billion, or roughly 50%, of IBM’s total cost and expense

  • Moves more than 2 billion pounds of production materiel, end items, and parts annually

  • Handles over 78,000 products, with more than 3 million configurations

In November 2005, IBM supply chain ranked 3rd

in AMR Research’s Top 25 supply chains


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Supply Chain Strategy

Supply Chain Planning

Logistics

Sense & Respond Value Nets Value Driven Services & Delivery

Enterprise of the Future

Product LifecycleManagement

Supply ChainManagement

Enterprise Asset Management and Operations

OperationsAnalytics

Procurement

Supply Chain Enterprise Applications

Business

Transformation

Outsourcing

Process

Change

Technology

Enablement

Transformation

IBM GBS Supply Chain Practice Area consists of eight Solution Areas that deliver an array of offerings to address supply chain needs from transformational strategy to outsourcing. It also offers advanced frameworks and technologies to enable agile, flexible, and adaptive value net.


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Watson

Zürich

Delhi

IBM Research – with eight labs worldwide, we have more than 3600 Researchers

Beijing

Almaden

communication systems, computer science, selected science and technology projects, and industry solutions and services research

language processing, speech & handwriting recognition, pervasive computing, mobile computing, multimedia, and e-business technologies & solutions

semiconductors, physical & computer sciences, Life sciences and mathematics

computer science, database, user interface, web software, storage systems software & technology, physical sciences, materials science, nanotechnology, life sciences, services research

Haifa

Tokyo

Austin

VLSI design, verification technology, storage subsystems, e-business and security, computer systems, programming languages and environments, advanced applications, applied mathematics, multimedia, and service technologies

software technology, systems technology, pervasive computing, Internet technology and applications

electronic commerce, media mining, fingerprint matching, speech recognition, weather forecasting and wireless networks

high performance/low power VLSI design and tools, system-level power analysis, and new system architectures


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Yamato, Japan

IBM RFID Centers of Excellence – 10 Worldwide CentersHelping our clients understand the business value and the physics of RFID

Dallas, TX USA

Washington, DC

USA

RTP, NC USA

Charlotte, NC USA

Raleigh, NC USA

Dublin, Ireland

Markham, Canada

São Paulo, Brazil

La Gaude, France


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Wireless Center of Excellence

Building 311 - RTP Campus

RFID-Enabled Pallet Wrapper

RFID-Enabled Fork Lift (2)

Connected to WLAN

RFID-Enabled High Speed Conveyor

Conference Room

RFID-Enabled Dock Door Area

RFID Technology Lab

(Printer Area Shown)

Wireless Center of Excellence – Research Triangle Park, NC


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The Changing Business Landscape -- A Recent Navy View of IBM

IBM Supply Chain Transformation

Nearly $26B* in Cost Savings

Sea Enterprise Business Transformation

Early 1990s

2005

Priorities of IBM Transformation

Purchase Order

One day

One month

(akin to Sea Enterprise)

Process Time

Procurement

300

3

Centers

Cost

Cost

People

Supplier Quality

99%

85%

Reduction

Reduction

Client Satisfaction

80%

40%

Internal

Customer

Customer

Cash

Cash

Electronic

<20%

95%

Satisfaction

Satisfaction

Purchases

Generation

Generation

Acceptable

55%

92%

Business Controls

Enabled

<500

35,000

Suppliers

Supply Chain Transformation

"Maverick buying

<0.2%

>35%

Integrated the supply chain

1.

Rolled out strategic IT platforms

2.

Electronic Catalogs

280

0

Optimized supply chain sourcing

3.

Navy Supply Chain challenges: distributed/duplicative supplier mgmt, procurement, and logistics functions

*normalized for Lenovo


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NFOTS 2005

The Changing Business Landscape -- A Recent Navy View of IBM

IBM Profile vs. Navy Profile

Sea Enterprise Business Transformation

Is Navy today more like IBM under Akers or IBM under Gerstner?

Are we

making progress? How can we accelerate change?

IBM

Navy 2005

10th

th

Fortune 100 ranking

:

Fortune 100 ranking

:

7

q

q

Total 2005 Revenue

:

$91.1B

Total FY05 Revenue

:

$103.7B

q

q

Total Staffing

:

329,000

Total Staffing

:

~900,000

q

q

HR Staff

4,000

HR Staff

29,500

q

q

% Executive Mgmt

:

0.01%

% Flag & SES

:

0.09%

q

q

# of Pay Bands

:

15

# of Pay Bands

:

24

q

q

Distinct Business Areas

:

6

Distinct Echelon IIs

:

27

q

q

Total Networks

:

1

Total Networks

:

850

q

q

Total IT Applications:

4,100

Total IT Applications:

23,755

q

q

Financial Mgt. Apps.

406

Financial Mgt. Apps.

1,083

q

q

HR Apps.

300

HR Apps.

708

q

q

Supply Chain Budget:

$40B

Supply Chain Budget:

$57B

q

q

Driven by market competition, IBM is further along in their journey…


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