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Tony Romero General Manager of the Customer Fulfillment, Planning and Logistics Group Intel Corporation. Supply Chain Leadership in Action: Intel Corporation. This decade we will create and extend computing technology to connect and enrich the lives of every person on earth.

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Supply chain leadership in action intel corporation

Tony Romero

General Manager of the Customer Fulfillment, Planning and Logistics Group

Intel Corporation

Supply Chain Leadership in Action:Intel Corporation


Supply chain leadership in action intel corporation

This decade we will create and extend computing technologyto connect and enrich the lives of every person on earth

Technology Leadership

Extending leadership

through innovation

Agile and Responsive

Supply Chain

World-class

Supply Chain delivering

what customers want

Social

Responsibility

Caring

for the planet

and its people

Manufacturing

Scale

Making significant investments and have the scale to deliver

3


Intel s manufacturing supply chain

Intel’s Manufacturing Supply Chain

920,000

Orders

Per Year

7

Assembly/Test

Facilities

9

Fabs in

4 countries

10,000

Suppliers in

100 Countries

24

Global

Warehouses

3,300

Ship To

Locations

Orchestrating an increasingly complex environment

4M ft2

Manufacturing

Space

5275

SKUs


Supply chain leadership journey

Supply Chain Leadership Journey

2005

2011-2013+

2007-2010


Strong results in core pc business

Strong Results in Core PC Business

75%

OFLT

PERFORMANCE

50%

CYCLE TIME

30%

DELIVERY

PERFORMANCE

Perfect Order %

Avg. Lead Time Days

RELIABILITY

2012

2008

2008

2012

RESPONSIVENESS

AGILITY

Source: Intel


Evolving to win new business

Evolving to Win New Business

  • Deep Customer Understanding and Business Unit Engagement

  • Matching Supply Chain investment to business needs and maturity

  • Modular, configurable Supply Chain solutions enabling TTM and reach


In closing

In Closing…

  • Supply Chain leadership both a commitment and a journey

  • Metrics driven approach created world class Supply Chain

  • New markets are requiring configurable, customizable solutions with the ability to scale

  • Great supply chains are demand-driven


Supply chain horizon

Supply Chain Horizon

Horizon 4

Horizon 3

Horizon 2

Horizon 1

Development

Introduction

Growth

Maturity

Decline

TTM Cost Optimization


Next generation computing

Next Generation Computing

Configurable Solutions

90%+ of solutions designed from “off the shelf” SC capabilities

Rapid Deployment

Solutions configured and deployed to meet business needs in 30 days or less

Affordability

TTM

Capability & Reach

  • New capabilities:

  • X-org external manufacturing option/model(s)

  • Modular (cloud) B2B,B2C ERP connectivity solutions

  • Multi-element fulfillment (FG, S/W, services on one PO)

  • New Capabilities:

  • Flexible resource model w/o adding h/c

  • MM/BOM, CMF set up (days)

  • Product classification ; import, export licensing (GTT, weeks)

  • New capabilities:

  • Active benchmarking intelligence, data & metrics

  • End-to-end SoC/Foundry SC cost models/targets

  • Inventory, planning models/tools

Be Competitive

Redefine Si/SOC affordability model using ESPX as a lead vehicle; drive learnings back into “Core”


Customer value metrics

Customer Value Metrics

ILLUSTRATIVE PURPOSES ONLY


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