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Applying CMM Model to Asset Information Management

Applying CMM Model to Asset Information Management

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ARC Insights, Page 2AnalysisARC’s Collaborative Manufacturing Management (CMM) model clearlyillustrates that assets are the heart of manufacturing supply chains. Alldomains intersect at manufacturing and associated business processes areall synchronized at this point in order to get maximum utilization of expensiveproduction resources.Asset Management Demands Its Own CMM ModelManufacturing assets are complex and expensive with multi-stage lifecyclesand numerous supporting activities. ARC has previously described theseactivities in our Collaborative Asset Lifecycle Management (CALM) model.These activities can also be viewed within the CMM model supporting allof the needs of the asset owner/operator.EPCContractorCADPurchasingPlant/Asset3 rd PartyThe Lifecycle axis of the CMM modelprovides a mechanism for visualizingand modeling the many complex andDe-ServicecommissioningPlant/AssetStartupEAMPlant/AssetPAM/CMOEMSupportCatalogsPlant/AssetPSMOperations &Supportinter-related activities associated witha manufacturer’s capital equipmentassets including facilities, manufacturinglines, packaging systems, andfield instrumentation to name a few.Design andMaintenanceSimulationEngineerCapital asset lifecycle processes in-Capital AssetsDMSclude such key business processes asMfg EngineerNumerous Stakeholders Exist AlongLifecycle Continuumplant design and simulation, installation,build-out and start-up, ongoingplant maintenance repair and operationssupport and final plant/asset decommissioning. Primary actors inplant design and simulation include the asset owner’s engineering staff,purchasing, and their Engineer, Procure and Construct (EPC) contractor.With the exception of purchasing, these same players, in combination withequipment suppliers and plant floor personnel are responsible for plantstart-up. Business processes supporting plant/asset operation include purchasing,plant personnel, and increasingly, outsourcedmaintenance/service personnel from equipment suppliers and third partyservice providers. In the final stage of decommissioning, plant personneland third party removal and/ auction services will remove assets for disposalor resale. Despite each of these business process domains having©2003 • ARC • 3 Allied Drive • Dedham, MA 02026 USA • 781-471-1000 •

ARC Insights, Page 3distinct responsibilities, they all remain interconnected. The glue that bindsthese inter-related processes is information about a given asset. The betterthe information storage and retrieval, the better the glue and subsequently,the better the processes.CAD, DMSIntergaaph,Dassault,DocumentumAsset Information Management Is the Backbone of CALMInformation is created and consumed by every process in the asset lifecyclemodel and Best Practice solutions have been developed for managing informationin each arena. The CMM model provides a basis for recognizingthe role of each of these solutions.Integration and Collaboration Are KeyWhile each of these solutions represents Best Practice in their own domain,no one solution addresses all CALM needs, nor should they. Each is a BestPractice because of its ability to provide superior support for a specific aspectof the asset lifecycle management problem. Applying the samesolution to other areas dilutes this focus and the value of the solution. Rec-Computer-aided Design (CAD) andDocument Management Systems (DMS)Asset Info.CollaborationIFS, NRX, SAPPlant/Assetare Best Practice information manage-PSM, CatalogsDecommissioningIndus, PeopleSoft,SAP, Siebel, EnigmaPlant/Assetmaintaining information integrity asment solutions for asset creation and forOperations &Supportmodifications are made. Enterprise As-Plant/AssetEAMAvantis, Datastream, IFS,set Management (EAM) solutionsIndus, MRO Software,StartupPeopleSoft, SAPPlant/AssetPAM/CMDesign andABB, Emerson, GE,Honeywell, Invensys,SimulationRockwell, YokagawaCapital AssetsNumerous Suppliers Providing AssetInformation Management Toolssupport efficient and effective maintenanceactivities and parts inventories.Plant Asset Management (PAM) andCondition Monitoring (CM) are BestPractice solutions that support operationsand maintenance in acquiring andanalyzing asset condition. eMRO solutionsprovide e-Procurement functionality for buyers of spares and services.Catalog and Product Service Management (PSM) solutions help OEMs inmanaging product information and customer requests for service support.Some of the leading suppliers of these solutions are indicated on the figure.This is by no means an exhaustive list as there are many more suppliers ineach of these arenas.©2003 • ARC • 3 Allied Drive • Dedham, MA 02026 USA • 781-471-1000 •

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