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  • -Maximo Monday-Topic: Maximo for Utilities - Compatible UnitsDate: December 17, 2007

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    Conference Objectives

    What are Compatible Units? Components and Structure of Compatible Units When to use Compatible Units? Business benefits from Compatible Units Integration for Maximo for Utilities 6.2 Whats new for T&D 6.3

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    What are Compatible Units?

    Compatible Units are not simply codes to generate a cost estimate.

    Compatible Units are a Design Technique.

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    Compatible UnitsBuilding Blocks

    &

    Maximo Building BlocksFor Compatible Units

    Labor in the form of Crafts/ CrewTypes.

    Determines Internal and external effort for Install, Remove, Transfer and

    abandon WorkFunctions

    Item MasterMaterial IDs

    Determines Bill of Material (BOM)

    ToolsDetermines any

    equipment or special tool to

    perform the job

    FERCs

    Accounting Strings

    Asset Codes

    Continuous Property Record

    Overhead Factors

    Contractors Cost definition

    CU Special Conditions, Utilization,

    Structure, etc.

    CU

    Labor Adders

    StoreroomsWork Groups

    CrewType Assignment

    BidUnit?

    CU Classifications and Attributes.

    Link to GIS

    Integration Enabler

    Elements

    CU Foundations

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    Compatible Units Structure

    Frame

    +

    Transformer + Arrester

    Level 1Level 2

    Pole

    Level 3

    Compatible Unit selected by designer

    Framed Pole

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    When to use Compatible Units?

    Compatible Units are better implemented when there are repetitive elements of a design (including material, tools or labor components) that systematically can be structured to form comprehensive DESIGN units or Compatible Unit.

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    Reporting/ClosingAs-Built Modifications

    DesignWork Design

    ScheduleScheduling

    ScheduleMaterial Requisition

    Post-CompletionContinuous Improvement

    CompletionContractor Invoicing

    CompletionAsset Unitization/Settlement

    ReportingPerformance Reporting

    ReportingMaterial Reconciliation

    ConstructionProgress Reporting

    DispatchPaper/Electronic Field Order Creation

    Design / ApprovalCost Estimating

    DesignResource Planning (Material, Labor, and Equipment)

    Long CycleShort Cycle Life CycleFunction

    Probable

    N/A, No Use

    Of Value

    KEY

    CU Business Benefits

    Compatible units will also improve management of Long and potentially Short cycle work. The value they offer varies within Function and Life Cycle.

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    Compatible units are used throughout the work management process and are the building block that holds the process together. The value they offer varies by the process within the life cycle and whether work is perform by Company or Contractor Crews.

    DesignWork Design

    ScheduleScheduling

    ScheduleMaterial Requisition

    Post-CompletionContinuous Improvement

    CompletionContractor Invoicing

    CompletionAsset Unitization/Settlement

    ReportingPerformance Reporting

    ReportingMaterial Reconciliation

    ConstructionProgress Reporting

    DispatchPaper/Electronic Field Order Creation

    Design / Approval

    Cost Estimating

    DesignResource Planning (Material, Labor, and Equipment)

    Contractor?Company?Life CycleFunction

    Probable

    N/A, No Use

    Of Value

    KEY

    CU Business Benefits

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    Reduce Design Labor on Work Requests

    Designed Work Requests Work requests that have formal sketch-based and/or tabular designs required for them; examples would include main extensions, service relocations.

    Template Designed Work Requestswork requests that have a template-based approach to them that employ macro units.

    Non-Designed Work Requestssimple, repeatable work that are assigned a job code and immediately available for scheduling; examples would include: Trouble calls, corrosion

    Design Complexity

    Des

    ign

    Cos

    t

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    Compatible Units Benefits:Improve Design / Estimating

    Allowing greater use of pre-designed templates Simplifying design through standardization Automating costing and customer contribution

    calculations Facilitating settlement and financial / plant

    accounting reporting Integrating with external design tools

    The Compatible Units Design Technique enables increased productivity in estimating by:

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    Compatible Units Benefits:Improve Scheduling

    CUs help define the type and quantity of resources required to perform work: Crew Skills Crew Size Duration of effort Vehicles and Equipment

    Allows for efficient and automated scheduling to match available resources.

    Creating field documentation (e.g. work tickets and job packages)

    The Compatible Units Design Technique provides the basic building blocks required for accurate scheduling.

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    Core ApplicationIntegration Approach

    Maximo Core

    Application

    T&D Solution

    Work Order App.

    Inventory App.

    CraftContracts

    AccountingTools

    CU Estimating

    CU Library

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    External System Integration

    Maximo Core

    Application

    T&D Solution & External Sys. Int.

    Work Order App.

    Inventory App.

    CraftContracts

    AccountingTools

    CU Estimating

    CU Library

    Planing/ Scheduling

    CAD/GIS

    Financial Systems

    Procurement System

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    New in 6.3

    Skill level definition at the skill level

    Added Override Estimate Vendor to each CU Tool Record

    New Tab that allow multiple Service Items to be added to a CU.

    Added fields for; Overhead Type, Storeroom Site.

    Added Site as a Material Filter New Issue Unit column name and

    Major Item checkbox Added Overhead Type code to

    each loading line item Added Task Type to the CU and

    the Work Order Details

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    Contact Information

    Sandy Jones Senior Executive sandra.l.jones@accenture.com

    Jeff Daniel Manager jeff.daniel@accenture.com

    Felix J Torres Manager Felix.j.torres@accenture.com