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The Supply-Chain Operations Reference-model (SCOR) is a process reference model that has been developed and endorsed by the Supply-Chain Council (non-profit consortium) asthe cross-industry standard diagnostic tool for supply-chain management. This model enables companies to address, improve and communicate supply-chain management practices, spanning from the supplier's supplier to the customer's customer. As the appointed authority in Asia on the Supply Chain Operations Reference model (SCOR), we are recognized as a leading SCOR expert by the Supply Chain Council. iCognitive has developed a unique SCOR Model Methodology to improve and optimize the Supply Chain with constant innovations through PLAN, SOURCE, MAKE, DELIVER, RETURN and ENABLE.

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  • 1. 2013 Copyright iCognitive Pte. Ltd. All rights reservedSCOR Model iCognitive Methodology iCognitive The Leading Company in Supply Chain Management Prepared by RadouaneHamidiRadouane.hamidi@icognitive.comPLAN SOURCE MAKE DELIVER RETURN

2. SCOR Model 2013 Copyright iCognitive Pte. Ltd. All rights reservedThrough a world-wide recognized methodology covering the end-to-end Supply Chain : SCORSupply Chain Consulting2 3. What is the SCOR Model 2013 Copyright iCognitive Pte. Ltd. All rights reservedThe Supply-Chain Operations Reference-model (SCOR) is a process reference model that has been developed and endorsed by the Supply-Chain Council (non-profit consortium) as the cross-industry standard diagnostic tool for supply-chain management. This model enables companies to address, improve and communicate supply-chain management practices, spanning from the supplier's supplier to the customer's customer. As the appointed authority in Asia on the Supply Chain Operations Reference model (SCOR), we are recognized as a leading SCOR expert by the Supply Chain Council.iCognitive has developed a unique SCOR Model Methodology to improve and optimize the Supply Chain with constant innovations through PLAN, SOURCE, MAKE, DELIVER, RETURN and ENABLE.3 4. Modeling with SCOR 2013 Copyright iCognitive Pte. Ltd. All rights reserved Drivers for modeling: Why do you model Business opportunities: Strategy Development Merger, Acquisition or Divestiture (Companies or Supply Chains) Process optimization and Re-engineering Standardization, Streamlining and Management alignment New business start-up (Company and Supply Chain start-ups) Benchmarking Process Outsourcing Technology services: Software implementation (ERP, PLM, QC) Workflow & Service Oriented ArchitectureSupply Chain Consulting4 5. 2013 Copyright iCognitive Pte. Ltd. All rights reservediCognitive SCOR Project Implementation Roadmap5 6. iCognitive SCOR Project Roadmap 2013 Copyright iCognitive Pte. Ltd. All rights reservedAs-IsEducationTo-BeBuild SCORcard As-Is Education and set Modeling basis for competitionDesign To-Be ModelImplementationDevelop PrototypeEducationVerifyImplementRe-configuration6 7. iCognitive SCOR Project Roadmap As-Is 2013 Copyright iCognitive Pte. Ltd. All rights reservedEducationProject kick-off SCOR workshop SCOR executive briefingTo-BeBuild SCORcard As-Is Education and set Modeling basis for competition Geo-mapping Process Lev1-4 Mapping Financial Flow Cycle Time Best practice Analysis SC Organogram Supplier & Customer Profile IT System OverviewBuild Scorecard Benchmark Gap analysis Set basis of competitionSCOR To-Be Design workshop SCM impact on Finance workshopDesign To-Be ModelBrainstorm for potential improvementApproach: Disconnect Opportunity Assumption Business caseConfidentialImplementationDevelop PrototypeDevelop a business case for each of the selected To-Be projectsEducationProject management workshopVerifyFine tune the business case Verify itImplementBuild project team Initiate project External monitor SystemSCIPO Performa nce analysis service7 8. 2013 Copyright iCognitive Pte. Ltd. All rights reservedSCOR MetricsExamples of Metrics8 9. Supply Chain Modeling - Measuring Performance (Metrics) Measuring how well the supply chain performs is as essential as understanding how it operates Measurements must link to business objectives 2013 Copyright iCognitive Pte. Ltd. All rights reserved Measurements must be repeatable Measurements must provide insights into how to manage the supply chain more effectively Measurements must be appropriate for the process activity they are measuring9 10. Level 1 Metrics & Supply Chain Performance Attributes Performance Attributes External -FacingLevel 1 Strategic Metrics Reliability Perfect Order Fulfillment Order Fulfillment Cycle Time 2013 Copyright iCognitive Pte. Ltd. All rights reservedUpside Supply Chain Flexibility Upside Supply Chain Adaptability Downside Supply Chain Adaptability Overall Value at Risk (VAR) Supply Chain Management Cost Cost of Goods Sold Cash-To-Cash Cycle Time Return on Supply Chain Fixed Assets Return on Working CapitalResponsivenessInternal-Facing AgilityCostsAssets 10 11. SCOR Metrics Example 1:Perfect Order Fulfillment Definition: 2013 Copyright iCognitive Pte. Ltd. All rights reserved The percentage of orders meeting delivery performance with complete and accurate documentation and no delivery damage. Calculation [Total perfect orders] X 100%/ [total number of orders] Components include all items and quantities on-time and in-full using customers definition of on-time documentation - packing slips, bills of lading, invoices, etc. 11 12. SCOR Metrics Example 2:Order Fulfillment Cycle Time Order Fulfillment Cycle Time (MTS)MTSOrder receiptS1.1 S1.5D1.1D1.2Source Cycle TimeD1.3 D1.14M1.1 M1.6 Make Cycle TimeCustomer Order signal Delivered productDeliver Cycle TimeLevel 2Order Fulfillment Cycle Time (MTO)MTO 2013 Copyright iCognitive Pte. Ltd. All rights reservedLevel 1Customer acceptance of orderOrder receiptConfidential D2.1D2.2S2.1 S2.5 Source Cycle TimeM2.1 M2.6 Make Cycle TimeLevel 1Customer acceptance of orderD2.3 D2.14Customer Order signal Delivered productDeliver Cycle TimeLevel 2Order Fulfillment Cycle Time (ETO)ETOOrder receiptD3.1D3.2Level 1Customer acceptance of orderS3.1 S3.7 Source Cycle TimeM3.1 M3.7 Make Cycle TimeD3.3 D3.14 Deliver Cycle TimeCustomer Order signal Delivered product Level 212 13. 2013 Copyright iCognitive Pte. Ltd. All rights reservedSCOR Corporate TrainingiCognitive Supply Chain Catalogue Training 2014 List13 14. iCognitive Supply Chain Catalogue Training 2014 2013 Copyright iCognitive Pte. Ltd. All rights reservedOptimizing your supply chain through SCOR Model Introduction to Supply Chain Management Fundamental SCOR Walkthrough: Optimize your End-to-End Supply Chain SCOR 11.0 Navigator Building Supply Chain Capabilities to Achieve Operational Excellence14 15. Training: Nurturing the Future Public workshops: Share your experience with other supply chain professionals and the trainer 2013 Copyright iCognitive Pte. Ltd. All rights reserved In-House workshops: Customized workshops to meet your particular needs Training plus Coaching: Master the real execution through knowledge sharing and hands-on support from experienced subject expert E-learning courses: Allow your staff to learn in a more individualized and flexible learning paceSupply Chain TrainingClick on the picture to view our online SC Training Catalogue 2014 15 16. 2013 Copyright iCognitive Pte. Ltd. All rights reservedSCOR Implementation Case Study16 17. Successful projects: British American Tobacco 2013 Copyright iCognitive Pte. Ltd. All rights reserved Challenge: As pressure on margins increased, due to stronger local competition, a need appeared to uncover inefficiencies, and start a Supply Chain Management improvement program for Asia Pacific Solution: Streamline and harmonize supply chain operations across all major Opcos in the region by using the SCOR framework Comprehensive Assessment of As-Is: Processes mapping, Performance Measurement & Benchmarking Gap Analysis Design of improved new supply chain (To-Be) Implementation of Quick wins and longer term improvements Results: Total savings: 1.75 M USD Total cash release: 6 M USD17 18. Successful projects: Thales 2013 Copyright iCognitive Pte. Ltd. All rights reserved Challenge: Sustain the companys profitability and competitive advantage by boosting efficiency and reducing cost in a context of significant growth Solution: SCOR analysis As-Is: Mapping of facilities, processes, systems and organizations To-Be: Identification of strategic opportunities Implementation of 21 initiatives (12 Quick Wins and 9 Projects) Results : The Return on Investment (x19.2) was reached within 12 months Savings: 20% of the total IFE revenue Reduction of inventory value by 1 million USD within 6 months18 19. 2013 Copyright iCognitive Pte. Ltd. All rights reservedFew words about iCognitive19 20. About iCognitive 2013 Copyright iCognitive Pte. Ltd. All rights reservediCognitive is an international consulting firm specialising in supply chain management optimisation, with offices in Asia and Europe. We provide a comprehensive range of supply chain consulting services, in-depth analysis, pragmatic solutions, and a capability to produce practical and measurable results for our customers. iCognitive offers a range of tailor made services including: Supply Chain Management & Consulting. Corporate Supply Chain Training & Workshop. Benchmarking & Advanced Operational Benchmarking. Supply Chain IT Solutions & Technology Consulting. Supply Chain Outsourcing Services.20 21. 2013 Copyright iCognitive Pte. Ltd. All rights reservedAn appointed Authority in Asia on SCOR Model Fully committed to measurable performance and improvements for our clients operations, we focus on "solving the right problem"; through a structured end-to-end vision of the supply chain. Our applied research capabilities empower executives to make more effective decisions to optimise their operational strategy. By transferring our supply chain knowledge to the client's team, we ensure that the solution implemented is sustainable long after the project has finished. As the appointed authority in Asia on the Supply Chain Operations Reference model (SCOR), we are recognized as a leading SCOR expert by the Supply Chain Council. Over 70 projects implemented in Supply Chain Management and over 30 projects using the unique iCognitive SCOR Model Methodology 21 22. Pr. John Paul 2013 Copyright iCognitive Pte. Ltd. All rights reserved John Paul (PhD, MBA, MSc, BEng) is an expert in supply chain management and operational improvement for manufacturing and services. He has over 25 years experience in supply chain management working as a top executive in, then later as consultant to, global corporations. Since 2003,

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