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Learn how to configure, implement, enhance, and customize SAP OEE to address manufacturing performance management. Manufacturing Performance Management using SAP OEE will show you how to connect your business processes with your plant systems and how to integrate SAP OEE with ERP through standard workflows and shop floor systems for automated data collection.

Manufacturing Performance Management using SAP OEE is a must-have comprehensive guide to implementing SAP OEE. It will ensure that SAP consultants and users understand how SAP OEE can offer solutions for manufacturing performance management in process industries. With this book in hand, managing shop floor execution effectively will become easier than ever.

Authors Dipankar Saha and Mahalakshmi Symsunder, both SAP manufacturing solution experts, and Sumanta Chakraborty, product owner of SAP OEE, will explain execution and processing related concepts, manual and automatic data collection through the OEE Worker UI, and how to enhance and customize interfaces and dashboards for your specific purposes. You’ll learn how to capture and categorize production and loss data and use it effectively for root-cause analysis. In addition, this book will show you:

Various down-time handling scenarios. How to monitor, calculate, and define standard as well as industry-specific KPIs. How to carry out standard operational analytics for continuous improvement on the shop floor, at local plant level using MII and SAP Lumira, and also global consolidated analytics at corporation level using SAP HANA. Steps to benchmark manufacturing performance to compare similar manufacturing plants’ performance, leading to a more efficient and effective shop floor.

Manufacturing Performance Management using SAP OEE will provide you with in-depth coverage of SAP OEE and how to effectively leverage its features. This will allow you to efficiently manage the manufacturing process and to enhance the shop floor’s overall performance, making you the sought-after SAP OEE expert in the organization.

SAP OEE is a packaged solution on SAP’s Manufacturing Integration and Intelligence module. It was developed by SAP as a lite-MES for process industries. SAP OEE—which stands for Overall Equipment Effectiveness—provides the dashboards and analytics integrated with the SAP ERP and HANA platform to enable production personnel to get real-time data recording and monitoring of the production process. It also provides a configurable framework to enhance and customize solutions based on business needs.



Chapter 1. Manufacturing Performance Management: An Overview

This chapter will explain manufacturing performance management and how it is used to measure and monitor the performance of assets and processes involved in manufacturing execution. It will also look at how industry would be affected without the measuring process in place. In addition, it will explain how to optimize manufacturing performance by defining and measuring the metrics.
Dipankar Saha, Mahalakshmi Syamsunder, Sumanta Chakraborty

Chapter 2. SAP OEE: A New Product for Manufacturing Performance Management

This chapter will explain how SAP OEE is developed on the MII platform and how MII is used as an integration component (OEEINT) between ECC and OEE. It will also describes various features and components of SAP OEE.
Dipankar Saha, Mahalakshmi Syamsunder, Sumanta Chakraborty

Chapter 3. The SAP OEE Add-on Component of ERP

This chapter will explain how the SAP OEE add-on component installed in SAP ERP helps in the configuration and maintenance of OEE-specific master data and configuration data. It will also detail the required ALE settings to be configured for the transfer of OEE master and configuration data as IDocs. SAP OEE provides seamless integration of the master data and transactional data in SAP ERP with the plant-level SAP MII system for production and other related data collection and reporting.
Dipankar Saha, Mahalakshmi Syamsunder, Sumanta Chakraborty

Chapter 4. SAP OEEINT for Integration of ECC and OEE

SAP OEE consists of different components on SAP ERP, MII and HANA, and it is important to integrate them so that the information flows seamlessly, enabling an end-to-end solution. In this chapter you will learn how SAP ERP is integrated with SAP MII along with related configurations to be done in SAP MII.
Dipankar Saha, Mahalakshmi Syamsunder, Sumanta Chakraborty

Chapter 5. OEE Configurations in SAP MII

In the last chapter, you learned how MII acts as an integration platform between SAP ERP and OEE components in SAP MII and the OEE CTC configurations for setting up OEE integration.
Dipankar Saha, Mahalakshmi Syamsunder, Sumanta Chakraborty

Chapter 6. SAP OEE Dashboard

In the previous chapter, you learned about the various worker UI configurations that influence the modeling of OEE dashboards. In this chapter, you will learn the purpose of and the steps to configure OEE dashboards and their detailed descriptions.
Dipankar Saha, Mahalakshmi Syamsunder, Sumanta Chakraborty

Chapter 7. SAP OEE Customizations

This chapter will explain the SAP OEE data model, various configurations of custom data required in OEE, automatic data collection scenarios, and other use cases.
Dipankar Saha, Mahalakshmi Syamsunder, Sumanta Chakraborty

Chapter 8. Additional features of SAP OEE Management

This chapter will explain the features that were updated in OEE 15.1 as part of the SAP MII 15.1 release, which include the following.
Dipankar Saha, Mahalakshmi Syamsunder, Sumanta Chakraborty

Chapter 9. SAP OEE: Reporting and Analytics

This chapter will explain the different options SAP OEE provides for reporting and analytics. It will cover the options for both local single-plant-based analytics and global consolidated analytics for the entire corporation.
Dipankar Saha, Mahalakshmi Syamsunder, Sumanta Chakraborty


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