Teradata Manufacturing Data Model

Designed for Efficiency: A Manufacturing Data Model helps companies see the big picture

Companies can save substantial amounts of time and money with a detailed and well-proven Manufacturing Data Model. With an industry Data Model, manufacturers are given a common understanding of business terms as well as a big picture view of how each department, though independent, fits seamlessly with all of the others.

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"The industry data model for a data warehouse is like the city plan for designing a metropolis. It is not an effec­tive strategy to build out a complex system without a plan. Without a plan, chaos will ensue."

Stephen Brobst, CTO, Teradata , Teradata Magazine Online

You would never consider building a manufacturing plant without a blueprint because you wouldn't know if you had sufficient production space, ample storage room or if inventory could flow easily in and out of your production lines. So why build a data warehouse without first knowing the details of exactly where data will be stored?

Teradata Manufacturing Data Model offers you a blueprint for optimizing your integrated data warehouse investment with convenient access to cross-functional, integrated information. Combined with the Teradata Manufacturing Data Integration Roadmap, it provides the structure and standardization you need to address your most crucial business questions by combining data between the manufacturer, internal systems and suppliers to provide analysis of:

  • Manufacturing
  • Supply Chain
  • Financial Management
  • Customer Relationship Management

Features & Benefits

Teradata Manufacturing Data Model provides the capability to drive strategic and tactical analysis from a single, integrated view of your business — plus enhanced competitive advantage, reduced development time, added investment protection, increased flexibility and international adaptability.

To keep pace with the changing needs of global manufacturers, we regularly update the Teradata Manufacturing Data Model. Among the newest features are improved and expanded capabilities for:

  • Jumpstart for the creation of the Physical Data Model
  • Sensor/Telematics
  • Integrated Web Intelligence
  • Survey & Feedback
  • Human Capital Management & Grievance
  • Import/Export/Customs Management and REACH Registration
  • Basis for Alerting from the Data Warehouse
  • Advanced Channel Intelligence
  • Advertisement
  • Advanced Web Site Management
  • Social Media
  • Unstructured Text

Primary Components

  • Production, Quality, Inventory, Advanced Logistics, Goods Receipts & Returns
  • Category Captaincy, Aggregated POS Sales, and Planogramming
  • Contract and Account Management
  • Procurement and Order Fulfillment
  • Serial number and RFID Track and Trace
  • Marketing Management including Campaign, Promotion, Offer and Ad
  • Test/Inspection/Experiment Measurements, KPIs, and Metrics
  • Project Management
  • Forecasting at flexible levels of detail
  • Integrated Master Data
  • Warranty, Claims and Legal Case History
  • Financial Management, AR, AP, Invoicing, Trade Funds & Activity Based Costing
  • Data Management Best Practices that May Be Customized to Meet Your Specific Requirements
  • Foundation for Demand Signal Repository
  • More Than 130 Subject Areas
  • More Than 9,000 Individual Pieces of Data From Across the Organization
  • More Than 4,100 Relationships Among That Data

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Next Steps

Plan—then execute

A data modeling blueprint is a critical differentiator for an integrated data warehouse.

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