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5. The ERP solution to drive value creation with IoT

1. IIOT Industrial IoT & ERP Integration

8. Smart Transformation With SafeComs

7. The ERP solution to drive value creation with IoT ODOO is well positioned to drive value creation with IoT The IoT box for easy integration of sensors and devices into the business processes ODOO is a leading Open Source ERP Solution that supports the evolution towards the concept of Intelligent ERP Already in 2017 they launched the IoT Box and IoT module to support easy integration of various devices and implement proven use cases (quick wins) Customer specific IoT use cases can be developed, utilizing third - party components and IoT platforms IOT integration module in the Odoo management software EXAMPLE 1 EXAMPLE 2

2. Introduction The Industrial Internet of Things market has reached the next level of maturity Using latest IIoT Technologies Traditional Approach The latest developments in technologies, functionality and cloud deployment have significantly impacted cost and simplicity to deploy and operate 260 450 620 2015 2017 2019 Source : IOT Analytics Research, 2019 2,4 x Number of Publicly known “IoT Platforms” The IoT platform market is rapidly expanding with at least 50% of them focusing on dedicated solutions for the industrial / Manufacturing vertical The Open Source approach is embraced by many to secure rapid development and interoperability

3. Introduction Small and medium size manufacturers need to jump on board to secure future competitiveness Source Verizon, 2016 Some manufacturers in the SME space dismiss IoT as hype, while others wrongly assume it requires a massive investment in technology and personnel. Most are not sure how or where to start. • IoT is here today and growing fast. Global manufacturers will invest $70 billion in IoT solutions by 2020, up from $29 billion in 2015 • Manufacturers that play a wait - and - see game risk losing ground to competitors that take advantage of IoT to improve operational efficiency, support preventative maintenance, reduce costs, enhance quality and open new service revenue streams

4. Introduction Small and medium size manufacturers – Reality check The reality is that the value of your IIOT project depends on what you do with data captured with IoT devices. The majority of IIOT projects follow a “technological” IIoT approach and are focused on single processes/applications - WMS IIOT Data is not connected to CRM - MRP IIOT Data is not connected to SCM - ...

11. Real - time visibility on the condition, quality, and quantity in silos, provides the Agricultural Industry with greater inventory accuracy and a significant reduction of human capital risk Case Study The agriculture industry faces many supply - chain challenges. Real - time visibility on the condition, quality, and quantity in silos is at the top of that list. Today, keeping track of those variables is mostly a manual effort, which risks human error and injury. To create a better visibility into the supply chain a project was created to develop and integrate a specific IOT technology in ERP. The IOT company developed a unique level - sensing technology that gives the agricultural clients complete visibility into their products in silos. The sensor incorporates a highly accurate (cm accuracy) radar range finder that can scan the undulating levels of products in bins and silos, calculate levels or volumes, and put that real - time data into the ERP system through the cellular network — in other words, automating ERP through IoT. The agricultural clients are now seeing greater inventory accuracy while simultaneously reducing human capital risk. The company is providing real - time environmental conditions that lead to less spoilage. They are seeing improved vendor managed inventory replenishment and improved capacity planning.

12. One of top 25 tire manufacturers in the world - uses the power of IoT and advanced analytics to understand their complex manufacturing process and unlock savings in energy and consumables Case Study A top 25 tire manufacturer needed to drive IoT - enabled digital transformation by connecting critical processes in tire manufacturing. The processes included mixing, calendering , extrusion, cutting, winding and curing. The resulting manufacturing process data lake was used for deeper analysis into improving process quality and predicting failure using machine condition monitoring. The process and manufacturing data was i nte grated with ERP to bring visibility and predictability into the manufacturing value chain. Some of the obtained benefits included : • Perform root cause analysis of parameters that govern process quality using statistical and machine learning techniques • Monitor and analyze parameters that are critical to machine health. Optimize machine downtime by predicting failure before it oc curs • Analyze energy and other consumables that are part of the production process and discover ways to optimize their utilization • Get an insight into parameters that impact line productivity, such as line rates, loss and quality analysis at multiple level s • Trace a product through its manufacturing life cycle, and derive insights around critical quality, condition and production d ata at every stage • Carry out IT/OT integration of IoT with ERP to automatically book production that helps in better visibility and unblocking t he inventory

9. Smart Transformation with SafeComs Key Elements of Our Approach FOCUS ON CREATING DATA VALUE IN ERP AGILE & FULL TRANSFORMATION OPEN SOURCE NO FIT - TO - STANDARD BUT FIT - TO - BUSINESS • We focus on creating workflow automation and business intelligence in ERP, utilizing the technical components of the IoT Tech Stack • We take an agile “full” transformation approach, utilizing a clear value creation roadmap and integration in the existing workflows • We are fully committed to the Open Source Software movement and we focus on maximizing the use of qualitative Open Source resources, avoiding lock - in and securing low cost sustainability and expandability • We follow a Fit - to - Business strategy that aligns with your approach to create competitive advantage

10. One of the largest providers of compressed - air systems and compressed - air consulting services in the world delivers its services in more than 100 countries. To meet these customers’ needs effectively, it must provide excellent support to thousands of field employees spread all over the globe and help them deal in an intelligent way with the data they capture. Using a world renown IOT platform as its foundation, this company offers the best possible field service backed by a single source of product, component, spare - part, and service information in its ERP system . The new system connects with suppliers through an Asset Management System and applies predictive analytics to provide insights into asset health using a Predictive Maintenance and Service solution. This has not only increased machine availability but also made maintenance and other service offerings more cost efficient. The company now sees improving its processes using machine learning capabilities as the next logical step. The companies transformation has enabled it to change business models from selling compressors to selling compressed air and to clearly differentiate itself from other compressed - air providers in the process. A provider of compressed - air systems has harnessed IoT technology to launch a new business called. The integration of the captured data in ERP allowed them to – not only obtain cost efficiency – but also to gain competitive leadership by “servicing” their legacy busines Case Study

6. Odoo: The ERP solution to drive value creation with IoT Even Large Enterprises are moving towards Open Source ERP Solutions Originally intended for SME, ODOO is now also gaining substantial traction with Large Enterprises • Lower license cost of the SW and significantly lower maintenance, programming and implementation costs than proprietary solutions • Higher quality and more secure than proprietary solutions, driven by many independent, critical and competitive developers in open source software communities • Faster rate of innovation and the ability for more frequent and easy upgrades • No lock - in to the vendor timelines for commercial application upgrades, driving business agility and competitive power • Open Source ERP does not enforce a Fit - to - Standard implementation, but allows full customization In the last decade there has been a significant change in the preference of big companies towards Open Source ERP Solutions for a number of reasons THE EVOLVING “ALTERNATIVE” FUTURE “Today nearly 78% of the corporate businesses run some kind of open source solution. The open source has become a default approach for software. N early 66% of the companies consider open source solutions before any proprietary software alternative.””


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