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What would BOM Management in an ideal world look like? 

Session Number: 645
Connection/Track: Roundtable
Session Type: Roundtable
Primary Presenter: Round Table [Moderator]
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Time(s):

Miranda 7 => Thu, May 10, 2012 (01:00 PM - 03:10 PM)

Presentation Level: All of the above
Connection: None
Length: 85
User Role: End User of Siemens PLM Products at Company I work for (Not Siemens PLM)
Industry Presentation is Most Applicable Towards: Other
Primary Presenter Biography: Analyst Rep
Siemens Rep
User Rep - Moderator, Nathan Christensen, ATK

Abstract:  EBOM, CAD BOM, MBOM are the skeleton structures that run our businesses.  Efficient interaction between these BOM structures is critical to keep costs down and ensure integrity/consistency of our individual company’s key product’s intellectual property. 

What makes more sense between these two options:
1.        Separate BOM structures that are reconcilable against one another or
2.       A single BOM structure that is filtered to provide the BOM view of interest? 
What are the most costly aspects of moving between BOMs?  (CAD BOM to EBOM, EBOM to MBOM, CAD BOM to MBOM, etc.)
What are the hidden costs associated with BOM management? How could these cost burdens be reduced in an ideal state? 

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