IT 205 WK 5 Riordan Manufacturing
IT 205 WK 5 Riordan Manufacturing
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Date Created: 11/09/15
CheckPoint New System Proposal Amanda Rodriguez December 1 2014 IT205 Yvette Snowden Riordan Manufacturing unified system makes it possible to secure the information It focuses to make authorized access to its master database which cannot be accessed by anyone not having the authority to access it Also it works through virtual private channels that can be accessed from a distance and can be controlled by using a tablet or mobile device The data is centralized and the employees can have its access via virtual private channels which is a private network of the organization designed for the secured transfer of its information Thus the data can be easily updated by the employees and is only then saved successfully in the master database The employee can be anywhere at head office at home or may be travelling and still he can access and work by signing into his account in the company s private intranet network The centralized server of the Riordan manufacturing unified systems is located at its command centre and the employees access it through the internet A centralized server provides single point admittance to all the employees irrespective of their location The advantage of having a single point access is that if in case it fails than it can be easily sorted out and maintained by IT professionals of the company The users are also connected through this network by having a client login This can be done easily without any extra efforts as the users functioning from the exterior of the company can easily connect to this network through their login accounts Flow diagram enough s supply enough Order more i Melting of polymers and creation of various parts of the fan C Far Supplier supplies the fans to The process shows how the information system ows and major component are connected to each other The process starts from motor and polymer supplies from the supplier and they are stocked in inventories The production is reduced to 93 percent to its original ones because of non equilibrium between required and supplied motor The polymer and motor are used as raw material in the supply chain The polymers are melted and they are used to form the part of fan and major component like housing of the fan The fan is then assembled using plastic parts and motor purchased The assembled fans are brought to the supply management from there they are being moved to distributers and the fans are shipped to the customers Supply change can be made to make more efficient ow control The proposed changes may include outsourcing the motors and polymer inventories This Will reduce headache of managing stock in the respective inventories so that focus can be made on production rather than on input output on these inventories another change is to add a total quality management before supplying it to the customers and also the purchasing of raw material from the countries providing it in less cost It Will give the ultimate product in less incurred manufacturing price Outsourced Motor inventory Out ourced Polymer inventory Here outsourced inventories and total quality management has brought about to the previous sys Total Quality management Supplier supplies the fans to the distril liiseributors ships the fans to customer References University of Phoenix 2009 Riordan manufacturing virtual organization Retrieved September 15 2009 from Apollo Group Inc Week Four OPSS71 Operations Management Chase Richard B Jacobs F R amp Aquilano Nichlas J 2006 Operations management for competitive advantage 1 1th ed New York MCGraWHill Krajewski Lee J amp Ritzman Larry F 2005 Operations Management Processes and Value Chains Upper Saddle River New Jersey Prentice Hall
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