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Master Data Management. ONCE Meeting Dallas Texas October 2005. Topics for Discussion. Introduction Definitions: “The Tower of Babylon” Sizing the opportunity Where can Marketplaces add value? Pain Points ERP Positioning Emerging Standards A Model for MDM

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Master Data Management

ONCE MeetingDallas Texas October 2005


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Topics for Discussion

  • Introduction

  • Definitions: “The Tower of Babylon”

  • Sizing the opportunity

  • Where can Marketplaces add value?

  • Pain Points

  • ERP Positioning

  • Emerging Standards

  • A Model for MDM

  • Target business processes for MDM

  • RFID & MDM Discussion

  • MDM Providers – Who is out there?

  • Conclusion – Where can marketplaces / ONCE add value?


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Introduction


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Definitions – “The tower of Babylon”

  • MDM = Master Data Management

  • PIM = Product Information Management

  • GDSN = Global Data Synchronization Network

  • GS1 = UCC + EAN = Barcode authorities

  • RFID = Radio Frequency Identification

  • EPC = Electronic Product Code


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Sizing the opportunity


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Where can Marketplaces add value?

  • Building Supplier value

  • Payment settlement solutions

  • Data Synchronisation Services


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Pain Points with data synchronisation

  • Buyers

    • Keeping Supplier data up to date

    • Increasing compliance costs – SOX, Minority owned etc

    • Part and price updates

  • Suppliers

    • Visibility into buyer processes

    • Multiple connections, standards

    • Increasing compliance costs

  • Marketplaces

    • Standards

    • ERP capabilities

    • Business models


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ERP Positioning on MDM

“Reality”

“Marketing”

  • Strategies

    • External

      • Supply Chain

        • RFID

        • Inventory

        • Logistics

      • Collaborative design

    • Internal

      • Consolidation of multiple ERP’s

      • Portal technologies

      • Central to SOA concepts

  • Touch points


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Emerging Standards

  • Trading Partner numbering

    • GDSN / GS1

    • DUNS

    • eOTD

  • Catalogues / Content

    • Classification – UNSPSC / [email protected]

    • Codification – eOTD

    • Item identification – EPC, GDSN

  • XML

    • RosettaNet, ebXML


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Emerging Standards

  • There are numerous initiatives however they also roll up to a very similar choreography

  • Choreography

    • Publish

    • Update

    • Notify

    • Subscribe

  • Few processes are attempting to be synchronous, most are asynchronous


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Emerging Standards – GS1


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An emerging model for MDM

  • Trading Partner Data

    • Core, Extended, Relationship specific

  • Catalogue / Content

    • Base, Technical – Attributes / Values

  • Commercial

    • Core, Complex

  • Logistical

    • Core, Complex

  • Other

    • Production, Maintenance, Sales


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Classification Structure - UNSPSC

Buyer 1

Buyer 2

Price & other data elements to be defined

UNIQUE

UNSPSC - 31161504

UNSPSC - 31161504

R 10.00 / box

R 90.00 / crate @ R 9.00 / box

UNIQUE

Core Data – Only Created Once

Example

Assigned a Unique No.

UNIQUE

Coded

Attributes

Reply Value

Item Identification - Uniqueness

Ensures Compliance To Order

Enables Parametric Searches

UNIQUE

Procurement Details – UOM,UOI,UOP

Supplier 1

Supplier 1

Packaging Details – Cases, Crates,etc

Sold in Boxes of 100 units

No preservation

Sold in Crates of 10 Boxes of 100 units

Grease

Preservation Details – Grease, Wax Paper,etc

A “simple” use case

Core Content / Commercial Data

Technical Data

Logistics Data


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Trading Partner data

  • Core

    • Company name

    • Address, phone, fax, email

    • Contacts

  • Extended

    • XML Header style data

      • Remit to, Ship from etc.

    • Tax number etc

  • Relationship specific

    • Buyer spend categories

    • Local jurisdiction fields


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Catalogue / Content

  • Base

    • Short description

    • Unit of measure

    • List price

    • Part Number (supplier / manufacturer

  • Technical – Attribute values

    • Structured description (e.g. noun modifier)

    • Standard set of attributes (often with valid values)

    • Descriptive patterns etc


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Commercial

  • Core

    • Lead time

    • Price effective dates

    • Classification

    • Price (list)

    • Contract number

  • Complex

    • Volume / discount

    • Attribute based pricing (distance, weight, volume)

    • Caps, floors etc


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Logistical

  • Core

    • Height

    • Width

    • Depth

    • Weight

    • Classification

  • Complex

    • Pack sizes

    • Lots

    • QA


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MDM data – Complexity verses change

Frequency of Change

Infrequent

Constant

Complex

Catalogue

Technical

TP Relationship

Specific

Catalogue

Core

Complexity of Data

Commercial

/ Logistical

(Core & Complex)

TP Extended

TP Core

Simple


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Target Business Processes for MDM

  • Inventory

    • Vendor managed, Kanban

    • Inventory sharing

    • Inventory update (parts

  • Logistics

    • 3PLs

    • JIT

  • Procurement

    • Supplier discovery and sourcing

    • Invoicing

    • Pricing

  • Compliance

    • Contract Management

    • Contract Compliance


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RFID & MDM

  • There is a “land rush” for RFID standards (technology and standards management)

  • Barcoding is the underlying enabler to RFID deployment

  • Master Data Management is the underlying enabler to cross trading partner Barcode implementation

  • Retail Industries seem to be the leaders in the space

    • WALMART etc


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MDM Providers – Who is out there?


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Conclusion – Where can Marketplaces add value

  • Open discussion


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