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  1. Top 6 Tips to Deliver a Successful MES Project Chris McLaughlin SCADA & MES Specialist / Vertech

  2. SCADA & MES Specialist / Vertech Chris McLaughlin

  3. What is a Successful Project? Integrator and End User definitions of a successful project are different

  4. What can make a MES implementation fail? 3 Real-Life Examples • Invest millions, then pull back to small feature set MES • Invest millions, stop the implementation, rip and replace MES • Great feature set, no adoption, no use

  5. My Goal 6 Specific Strategies That you can use right when you go back to work

  6. Team Approach and Change Management 1 Team Approach, stakeholders, operator input, change management Operators Team Leads Who owns the project once it is implemented? Material management Rates management Codes management Modifications and Additions Project Lead Engineering and IT Executive Representative Someone who: • Understands how the Process Works • Understands how the Process Makes Money • Understands how to Make the Process More Efficient • Can Affect Change on an Equipment and Human Level

  7. Team Approach and Change Management 1 Kotter’s 8 Steps For Leading Change Vertech.com/ICC Image by TRACC

  8. Process Map 2 Processes

  9. Process Map LucidCharts.com 2

  10. Features and Calculations 3 Line or Machine Products Availability Downtime Tracking Performance Quality Statuses, Events, Triggers Theory and Calculations Screens Details

  11. Features and Calculations 3 Vertech.com/ICC

  12. 30%, 60% and 90% Reviews 4 Scheduled Review Workshops 30%: Main overview screen, 1 – 2 sub screens, wireframes of the rest • Purpose: review look and feel, content understanding, major edits 60%: Majority of the screens in a semi-finished state, back-end developing • Purpose: review content on the new screens and revisions, possibly a simulated demo, minor edits and content 90%: All screens in a mostly-finished state, back-end is nearing completion • Purpose: review revisions from the 60%, simulated demo possibly with live content from the plant floor, very minor content comments

  13. Actionable Information 5 Actionable Information: Providing information to the right person at the right time with context so that they can make a decision and act. 24.83 ft 7.00 ft 52A 105A

  14. Actionable Information 5 OEE: 68% (warning color) Status: Line Down (current time, total time) Quality: 100% (neutral gray) Availability: 85% (neutral gray) Performance: 80% (warning color) Rate: 327 pph (target 400 pph, average 320 pph) Top 3 downtime reasons Top 3 performance reasons Total delay in minutes: A=36 min, P= 60 minutes Text operations manager if delay > or = 1 hour Email maintenance lead if availability < or = 70% OEE: 68% Status: Line Down Quality: 100% Availability: 85% Performance: 80% Rate: 327 pph

  15. UX for OEE – Original Screen 6

  16. UX for OEE – Squint Test 6

  17. UX for OEE – Color 6

  18. UX for OEE – Space 6 12.5% 2.5% 60% 10%

  19. UX for OEE – Space 6

  20. UX for OEE – Audience and Context 6

  21. UX for OEE – Comparison 6

  22. UX for OEE – Redesign 6