What data is required, who owns it, who maintains and who consumes at what point in time underpins almost all programme activity. Getting master data management right significantly influences success at both programme and organisation level by enabling delivery of the right data to the right people at the right time.
Putting the 'Master' into Data Management
While tempting to approach anything ‘data’ from a technical standpoint, trust is the key enabler. Completeness, compatibility and correctness underpin trust. An absence of trust in your data encourages disengagement and the building of parallel repositories and reports.
Securing buy-in through establishing accurate requirements, implementing data quality controls and ensuring reporting drives action will build capability, accelerate programmes and drive efficiency via seamless information flow.
Leveraging many years of multi-sector experience, QR_ have developed a dedicated BoM validation tool to drive master data correctness and have a dedicated development team to ensure integration between the most obscure systems.
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“While tempting to approaching anything ‘data’ from a technical standpoint, trust is the key impact. Completeness, compatibility and correctness underpin trust. An absence of trust in your data encourages disengagement and the building of parallel repositories and reports.”
Evgenios Efthymiou, Master Data Management Champion
The people behind PLM
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Industry Reflections - 12. Looking at the big picture: integrated engineering change
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Establishing effective Product Data Management: The lifeblood of any complex engineering programme
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Why the latest UNECE regulations are making OEMs think twice about configuration management
UNECE regulations 155 and 156 introduce new vehicle homologation requirements around software update management and cyber security. Here, Omid Hosseinitabar, QR_'s Engineering Management champion and Product Manager for ERis, the continuous improvement product within QR_'s GAia suite, explores a high-level approach to managing the complex world of software in-line with the new requirements.Find out more
PLM Essentials - 8. Configuration Management
PLM Essentials explores how to create processes and systems that will help your organisation deliver the innovation it requires to thrive in an ever more competitive marketplace. The eighth instalment focuses in on Configuration Management. Offering manufacturers a means to manage all feasible variants of a single product from the same BoM, this overview covers the Configuration Management setup we recommended for an electric vehicle manufacturer.Find out more
QR_ 'Insightinar' #1: rapid application development and extreme manufacturing challenges
How the engineering and production methodologies conceived, developed and refined in almost real-time during the VCUK ventilator scale-up challenge can be applied to challenger organisations seeking to reach prototype gateways more quickly and more efficiently, production-bound IP holders struggling to realise their market-share potential, and larger organisations looking beyond the usual to ensure competitive advantage in a post-Covid world.Find out more