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Welcome!. Tyler Bryson GM, US Manufacturing Industries Microsoft Corporation. Trends in Manufacturing. 1. Globalization, emerging market growth. $. 2. Pressure to improve operational performance (cost , quality, and time to market). 3. Quality-driven regulatory compliance. 4.

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welcome

Welcome!

Tyler Bryson

GM, US Manufacturing Industries

Microsoft Corporation

trends in manufacturing
Trends in Manufacturing

1

Globalization, emerging market growth

$

2

Pressure to improve operational performance (cost, quality, and time to market)

3

Quality-driven regulatory compliance

4

Rapid cycles of product innovation

the new world of work
The New World Of Work

“The U.S. and the global economies are coming to a crossroads that no one could have anticipated just a few years ago. Globalization and technology together are creating the potential for startling changes in how we do our jobs and the offices we do them in.

…the rapid growth of broader, richer channels of communication – including virtual worlds – is transforming what it means to be at work.“

Business Week, The Future of Work

August 20, 2007

the new world of work core tenets
The New World Of WorkCore tenets
  • Creating a culture of innovation
  • Empowering your workforce
  • Driving operational excellence
  • Running a customer centric business
  • Compliance as a tool of transparency
  • Operating in a global environment
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The New World of Work

Unified Communications

Gorav Saran

Solution SpecialistUnified Communications

Microsoft

a new world of work
A New World of Work

Role of Software

Trends

One world of business

Simplify how people work together

Find information and improve business insight

Always on and connected

Help protect and manage content

Transparent organization

Reduce IT costs and improve security

Cost pressure

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Unified Communications in Action

Enabling a high-velocity value chain

    • What Did We See?
  • Availability with Presence
  • IM from Windows Mobile device
  • IM attachments
  • SAP Supply chain data integrated in SharePoint dashboard
  • Live Meeting with RoundTable video
  • VoIP audio conferencing (call control, muting)  
  • Rights protection: controls SharePoint access and intellectual property in e-mail
  • Unified Messaging to send a fax to Outlook inbox
slide16

The New World of Work

Interacting with Digital Content

Pete Thompson

General Manager Microsoft Surface

Microsoft

Surface

what is surface
What is Surface?

Surface computing uses sensing and display technology to infuse everyday surfaces with digital content and is comprised of the following unique attributes:

Object recognition

Directinteraction

Multi-touch

Multi-user

Object recognition

Direct interaction

Multi-touch

Multi-user

manufacturing in 2017 a glimpse ahead
Manufacturing In 2017A Glimpse Ahead
  • People empowered in their roles with visualization tools and real-time data
  • Integrated information tools in a context-aware, custom view
slide21

The New World of Work

Business Applications

Talbot Harty

Vice President and General Manager Voice and Mobile Solutions

slide22

“Network Equipment Technologies experienced a positive ROI with Dynamics AX within 3 months, and have implemented Dynamics AX and MS .NET technologies to enable the business users to achieve major process efficiencies“ –Talbot Harty, CIO

  • Customer Business Challenge
    • Lack of visibility inthe outsourced supply chain
    • Communicating with subcontractors
    • Long lead times and complex planning and production scenarios
    • Industry volatility and inventory optimization
  • Solution
    • Deployed Dynamics AX 3.0 for High Tech Industries by Fullscope to support their Fabless Business Model
    • Share Point portal to publish work instructions for their subcontractors from AX
    • Global ERP solution on a single integrated database
    • Subcontractor Integration providing reliable supplier data

Dynamics AX and Subcontractor Integration Drive NET’s Cutting Edge Supply Chain and Service Management Solution

  • Customer Results/Benefits
    • Granular view of WIP inventory across their subcontractors
    • Increased control of the operations across their supply chain
    • Improved forecasting
    • Reliable, timely data empowers employees to react faster and make better decisions
slide23

The New World of Work

Secure Collaboration Framework

Drew Gude

High Tech Industry Solutions Director

the new world of work call to action
The New World Of WorkCall to action
  • Attend the breakout sessions, learn from your peers
  • Connect with our partners today who are making this happen
  • Read our New World of Work whitepaper
  • Read the Secure Collaboration Framework and survey
  • Engage a Microsoft industry specialist
  • Leverage the Microsoft Technology Centers for design sessions and proof of concepts
housekeeping slide
Housekeeping Slide
  • Logistics, resources, etc.
slide27
Cocktail Reception

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Complimentary Copy of Microsoft Office 2007

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© 2006 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.

the new world of work globalization opportunity and risks
The New World Of Work Globalization opportunity and risks

“Mattel Inc., the world's largest toymaker, reported third-quarter profit and sales that missed analysts' estimates after the recall of 21 million Chinese-made products in the past two months.” October 15, 2007

Toshiba Recalls AC Adapters sold with Portable DVD Players Due to Burn Hazard. October 9, 2007