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NCR Supplier Quality Webcast. June 8 2011. Bob Ciminera - Vice President Strategic Sourcing Robert Mele - Vice President, Quality and Continuous Improvement. Agenda – Supplier Quality Webcast. Introduction. Bob Ciminera / Robert Mele. Supplier PPM, Trend Requirements/ Timeline.

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ncr supplier quality webcast

NCR Supplier Quality Webcast

June 8 2011

Bob Ciminera - Vice President Strategic Sourcing

Robert Mele - Vice President, Quality and Continuous Improvement

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Agenda – Supplier Quality Webcast

Introduction

Bob Ciminera /

Robert Mele

Supplier PPM, Trend Requirements/

Timeline

Robert Mele

350 PPM Action Plans Supplier Quality Training

Michael Crutch

SQDD Update/PPAP/FAI

Wagih Wazni

NCR Actions for Success

Robert Mele

Q&A

All

what is ppm
What Is PPM?

Parts Rejected Per Million Parts Received:

  • PPM = Rejects / Receipts * 1,000,000
  • Rolling 3 Month Average minimizes noise
  • Focus on high rejects ANDhigh PPM

Actual data from 1 March – 31 May 2011

High rejects impact NCR overall PPM more than individual supplier PPM

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Supplier Quality PPM – Global View

  • 350 PPM Actions
  • Use of MSA to validate and calibrate rejections between supplier and NCR Sites
  • Weekly focused actions on failure modes impacting overall PPM target
  • Analysis of SCAR failure mode data to drive DMAIC projects
  • Individual Top Offender Supplier action plans to achieve 350ppm
  • Supplier Webcast every two months – Next 8/10/11
  • PPAP requirement for all New Parts/Suppliers
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PPM Requirements – What you need to do

March - May 3-Month rolling average: 657 PPM

PPM Requirements

July 2011: 500 PPM

October 2011: 350 PPM

March 2012: 300 PPM

October 2012: 200 PPM

What actions must you take to achieve 350 PPM?

short term actions
Short Term Actions

For suppliers > 350 PPM:

  • 108 letters sent requesting Action Plan
  • Received majority – communicating with suppliers who haven’t provided plan
  • Immediately -
    • Confirm updated Supplier Inspection

program

    • Return 350 PPM Action Plan to NCR
    • Monthly review with your SQE to begin
  • Immediate increase in inspection

Execute Action Plan to achieve 350 PPM by October but begin inspection

NOW to reduce rejects at NCR

supplier quality training
Supplier Quality Training
  • Quality Tools
  • Statistical Process Control
  • Control Charts
  • PPAP Training

SPC and Control Charts will enable early warning and prevent defective parts from being shipped to NCR.

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Supplier Quality Design & Development (SQDD)

Purpose

  • Assure smooth part & module introduction to NCR – PPAP & Design Review
  • Selection of quality suppliers for NPI

Current Status

  • Design review started on key programs (S1, S2 & SDM)
  • PPAP qualification = Started with 30% rejection rate
  • Reviewing suppliers capability and alignment with NCR quality goals.
    • 500 PPM by July 1 and 350 PPM by Oct 1, 2011

Future Activities

  • ID suppliers with score of 2 or 1 on score card for quality to prevent upfront involvements with new programs or winning new business
  • Award suppliers new business with score 4 & 5 across the score card with cost advantage
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Supplier Quality Expectations

  • Inspection and 350 PPM plan due – Review with SQE
  • Clear understanding of PPAP and SPC

PPM Requirement

  • July 2011: 500 PPM
  • October 2011: 350 PPM
  • October 2012: 200 PPM

Webcast Schedule

  • August 10 Results of July goals and actions to
  • ensure October 350 PPM
  • October 5 2011 YTD summary, final 2011
  • actions required
  • December 7 2012-2013 supplier requirements

October 1, 2011: 350 PPM

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Actions for Success

  • Short Term – 3Q2011
  • Finalize Qualification Process within NCR
  • India Supplier & Critical 40 supplier action plans – next steps
  • Finish SPC/PPAP training for top suppliers
  • Report card on 350 project plan
  • Supplier metrology requirements established and communicated
  • Supplier inspection plan submissions – suppliers > 500 PPM
  • Mid Term – end 1Q2012
  • Desourcing process
  • Drawing uniformity from NCR
  • Supplier Metrology requirements achieved
  • Sampling sustainment strategy
  • 300 PPM
  • Long Term – YE2012
  • Supplier Quality web portal
  • Supplier Approval List updated
  • 200 PPM
resources and contacts
Resources and Contacts

For Supplier Resources:http://www.ncr.com/about_ncr/partners/suppliers/

Assistance with NPI, PPAP, FAI:

Wagih Wazni (Wagih.Wazni@NCR.com)

Director, Global Supplier Quality Engineer

Assistance with Production Parts, Incoming

Inspection, SCARS, 350 PPM Plan:

Michael Crutch (Michael.Crutch@NCR.com)

Director, Supplier Quality Excellence

Overall quality issues:

Robert Mele (Robert.Mele@NCR.com)

VP, Quality and Continuous Improvement

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Q&A

Q & A