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Chrysler Overview Chrysler Development System (CDS) P&S Recommended Training Consistent with CDS Timeline Chrysler Supplier Portal Overview Supplier Information System (SIS) Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) External Balanced Scorecard (EBSC) Diversity Supplier Development (DSD) Change Notice (WebCN) Material Cost Management (MCM) 2 3-4 5 6-7 7-8 9 10-11 11-12 12 13 14-15 16 17
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in understanding Procurement, Supply, and Supplier Quality processes and systems. The intent of this brochure is to give new suppliers a brief overview of related Chrysler systems that will explain how to do business with Chrysler. This guide generally follows the content of the New Supplier Orientation course (code PSOVR001). In an effort to develop knowledgeable, well-informed suppliers, Procurement & Supply (P&S) offers quarterly Supplier Training events at our headquarters in Auburn Hills, Michigan. All are encouraged to take advantage of the many training opportunities.
2007 Supplier Training Week dates: August 28 – August 31 November 26 – November 29 2008 Supplier Training Week dates (tentative): February 25 - February 28 May 19 – May 22 August 18 – August 21 November 17 - November 20
New Supplier Orientation/P&S Training Opportunities Acronyms Supplier Quick Tips
The New Chrysler: Get Ready for the Next Hundred Years
Chrysler truly is unique in the automotive industry: In August, 2007, Chrysler became the first major North American automobile manufacturer to become privately owned in more than a half century. Today Chrysler produces more than 24 vehicles under the Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge brands and parts under the Mopar® name for sale in more than 125 countries. Our product portfolio ranges from small cars to sports cars and luxury sedans; and from versatile vans to heavy duty trucks. In addition, the company offers financial and other automotive services through Chrysler Financial Services.
A HISTORY OF FIRSTS
All automobile manufacturers build vehicles. But we create entirely new automotive categories. Chrysler invented the Muscle Car. The 1955 Chrysler C-300 model was America's first "Muscle Car." Chrysler also invented the SUV and minivan. Working with Orville Wright. (1) we pioneered wind tunnel development and ushered in the era of modern automotive aerodynamic design. When we developed the HEMI® engine in the 1950s, the technology proved so powerful that NASCAR banned it in 1965. We also were the first to put a modern radio in an automobile. And you know how you start your car? Chrysler invented the Key-Start Ignition System.
OK, HISTORY LESSON OVER CHRYSLER BRANDS
With Chrysler, Jeep® and Dodge, Chrysler is indicative of distinctive automobiles, minivans, off-roaders, and light commercial vehicles. The legendary Jeep® brand has stood for uncompromising four-wheel technology for more than 60 years across the globe. On the heels of the company’s record product launch year (Chrysler launched 10 all-new vehicles in 2006), the company plans to extend that streak with eight all-new and five refreshed products in 2007. Its product lineup features some of the world's most recognizable vehicles, including the Chrysler 300, Jeep Commander and Dodge Charger. Our present is even more impressive than our past. The Chrysler 300 continues to prove why it's the most awarded new car ever.(2) The legendary Jeep® lineup now features the fuel-efficient (3) and affordable Compass and Patriot, the seven-passenger Commander, and the phenomenal four-door Wrangler Unlimited. Our 5.7L HEMI® V8 engines with MDS are once again giving drivers an unfair advantage. And the Dodge Ram pickup is unmistakable both on and off the road.
MORE LAURELS AND BENCHMARKS COMING SOON
The future is where things really get interesting. The New Chrysler is about to introduce 20 new industry-leading vehicles in the next 18 monthsincluding the return of a legendary muscle car, the All-New Dodge Challenger. Our All-New Dodge and Chrysler minivans will amaze you with available industry-first innovations like Swivel 'n Go™ (4) seating and live SIRIUS Backseat TV.™(5) And we're about to introduce an All-New 2008 Jeep Liberty that features a fully retractable 33"x60" Sky Slider Roof™.
Chrysler Financial offers automotive financial products and services to both dealers and consumers of Chrysler, Jeep® and Dodge vehicles in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Venezuela. In addition to offering vehicle wholesale and retail financing to more than 4,400 Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge dealers, Chrysler Financial also provides fleet management and lines of credit to dealers. Currently, nearly three million drivers in the United States enjoy the benefits of leasing or financing with Chrysler Financial.
A WARRANTY THAT'S AS FUTURE-ORIENTED AS WE ARE
To prove our confidence in our products, we're now offering the industry's best coverage: the exclusive Lifetime Powertrain Limited Warranty* that outlasts every other warranty. Just one more reason to celebrate the New Chrysler with us.
Legal, safety and trademark information concerning the numbered items above found on back inside cover. *No deductible. See dealer for a copy of the limited warranty and details. Non-Transferable. Not available on SRT, Diesel vehicles, Sprinter, Ram Chassis Cab, and certain fleet vehicles. On purchases beginning 7/26/07.
Chrysler Development System (CDS)
Initially developed in the late 1990’s to improve speed to market,
Chrysler Development System (CDS) balances innovation, quality, cost, time, and concurrently integrates product and process development. Driven by the voice of the customer, corporate strategy, lessons learned, and best practices, CDS continues to evolve to meet the needs of changing and challenging markets with a disciplined pizzazz and Quality Gate approach. CDS Quality Gates (triangles on page 4) are formal control points to ensure the maturity of any product throughout its development and execution. Quality Gates drive product development discipline and process conformance. The pizzazz is the passion and excitement felt by owners of Chrysler products and is achieved through high performance designs, head turning styling, and coupled with must-have product innovations whose creation and introductions are managed through CDS. Page 4 illustrates the relations between strategy drivers, ideation, technology, concept management, design, launch and continuous improvement. KEY PRINCIPLES Front load planning … measure twice, cut once. Know the brand instinctively, maximize brand, and platform derivatives. Reduce cycle time in every phase of development to drive out waste. Be customer driven. Design total vehicle system first, then design related systems and components. Invent only what needs to be invented and use best practices for the rest. Anticipate and manage risk to assure feasibility before design completion. Develop comprehensive product/process feasibility before design completion. Achieve 100% product and process design completion before execution.
Strategy & Goals Performance Measures
• Retail Network Effectiveness
Customer Experience Customer Experience
Delight the Delight the Customer Customer
• Global Sales Volume • J. D. Power IQS2 • Warranty Performance – EPUS & C/1000
• Quality, Reliability • Customer Satisfaction • Aspirational Brands
Deliver Deliver Aspirational Aspirational Products Products
• Styling Leadership • Segment Innovation • Product Innovation
• J. D. Powers APEAL • Consumer Reports
Achieve Lean Processes Achieve Lean
• Speed • Productivity • Cost
• Fixed Cost • Program Spending • Plant Cost • Material Cost
Advanced Quality Planning Processes
Powerway Chrysler Process
PRODUCT CREATION OBJECTIVES
Distinct Leading Edge Design & Technology
IRE APQP AIAG PPAP AIAG
Improve Total Quality, Reliability, Durability
Lower Total Costs (Product & Program)
Reduced Cycle Time
Note: Acronym definitions can be found on page 16.
Chrysler Development System (cont.)
Ideation, Product Creation and Continuous Improvement
Product Strategy Product Strategy
Customer Trends Competition
Chrysler Development System Chrysler Development System
Continuous Improvement Continuous Improvement
Product and Process Design Complete
Establish Identify Potential Program Vision Alternatives Confirm Product/ Process Design Optimize Product/ Process Design Verify Product/ Process Design Validate Product/ Process & Verify Facilities
Launch Validate Vehicle/ Facilities & Launch Ramp-up
SPV Post SPV
Preliminary Specs Theme Final Specs Product/ (Rahmenheft) Selection (Lastenheft) Process Design Complete Theme Confirmation
S1 Start S2 Confirm
Economic Environment Regulatory Trends
Product Strategy Team
Product Executive Committee
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Freshenings Quality Improvements Cost Reductions Component Strategies
CDS CONTACT INFORMATION:
James R Lechner (248) 576-8824
P&S Recommended Training Consistent with CDS Timeline
CDS Version Changes (VEDCDS200) PF Safety (VEDSFS110) CDS Fundamentals (DQICDS120) Design Verification & Report (DQIDVP100), Weibull Analysis (DQIREL~) Fatigue Testing, Analysis & Design (DQILEC~) Reliability & Maint. For Mfg Machinery & Equip., Weibull Analysis (DQIREL~) Design FMEA for Systems & Components (DQIFMA~) Machinery FMEA Workshop (DQIFMA~) Process FMEA (DQIFMA~) Process Capability Analysis Error/Mistake Proofing (DQIMPT~) Control Plan Devel. (DQICPD~) DfX, X = Manufacture & Assembly (DQIDMA~), X = Repair (DQIDSE~) Quality Function Deployment GD&T (DQIGDT~) GD&T Tolerance Stack-up GD&T Gauges / Fixtures Process Sign Off (DQIPSO~) Layered Process Audits (DQILPA~) Test to Failure for Mechanical Systems (DQITTF~)
GD&T Rigid, Flexible Parts DOE, Applied Statistics, SPC, Minitab, Basic Statistics Concepts, ASQ Certification classes, Greenbelt & Blackbelt classes Project Mgmt, KT Mgt./Analysis, Facilitation, Goal Setting & Planning, Team Dynamics, Creating Creativity, Coaching, Team Problem Solving, ISO- QS- 9000, TS16949
New Supplier Orientation Overview (PSOVR001) (Chrysler, CDS, Covisint, Supplier Information System, Electronic Data Interchange, External Balanced Scorecard, Change Notice) Purchasing Basics (PSPUR001), Quality Basics (PSQUA001), SO Prototype PO (PSSZP100), International & Customs Security (PSITS200) Web RFQ (PSRFQ100), Web Price Breakdown (PSPBD200) Powerway Awareness (PSPWY~), Authority Def’n Plan (PSADP100), Supply Chain Mapping (PSMAP301) Capacity Basics (PSCDB101), Volume Variance (PSNVV200)
ETT (Engineering Technical Training): (248) 944-0591 or (248) 512-4230
Courses concentrate on CDS fundamentals and related training.
Hours Per Vehicle (HPV) (PSEHPV100) ERS Payment (PSERS100)
Diversity Supplier Development (PSDSD200), China CCC Certification (PSCTC100) Delivery Basics (PSDEL001), Delivery Overview (PSSDD001), CHAMPS Basics (PSCHS001) MOPAR Ship Direct (MOPSDS100), MOPAR Delivery (MOPDEL100) Change Notice (CN) (PSSPL146), Forever Requirements (PSAFR100) E-CIMS (DCQSLP100), NCT (PSNCT~), CRATES/CMS (PSCHS150), Warranty Systems (PSWRP102) 3CPR (Containment Problem Resol.) (PSCPR100), EBSC (IPSEDC250, PSEBS400)
CQI (Chrysler Quality Institute): P&S (Procurement & Supply):
Courses concentrate on CDS fundamentals and related training. Courses concentrate on P&S related subjects. Please refer to pages 14 - 15 for more details.
Note: This chart shows the most common courses relevant to CDS. Courses are aligned with the period
the activity or measure occurs. Acronyms can be found on page 16. 5
Chrysler Supplier Portal
Chrysler Supplier Portal provides our business partners with globally standardized access via the Internet to online applications and information. All Chrysler business partners with a supplier code can register for the supplier portal free of charge.
Steps to access applications: Comprehensive information regarding registration is available at http://daimlerchrysler.covisint.com under ‘How to register for the DaimlerChrysler Supplier Portal’. NOTE: The company registrant becomes the Security Administrator (SA). Security Administrators are responsible for approving all user requests. When registering as a new user on Covisint, choose one of the Chrysler Portal Service packages. Confirmation by e-mail will be received after successful registration.
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Enter the URL http://daimlerchrysler.covisint.com, log-in using your Covisint ID and Password. Click on ‘Chrysler LLC’. In the top menu bar, choose the ‘Applications’ tab, click on ‘Request an Application’, find desired application, and click ‘Request’. Complete ”Request Reason” for requesting application box (approved by your Security Administrator). Select Location Code(s) to which the application will be applied, by checking boxes next to requested codes. The company Security Administrator approves the request. Once approved, application can be found under ‘Applications’ tab.
Chrysler Supplier Portal (cont.)
Supplier Information System (SIS)
Who’s my Security Administrator? Log onto the portal, select ‘Administration Tools’. Under ‘Frequently Asked Questions’ section, click ‘My Administrators’. Where can I find my applications? After receiving access and getting familiar with appropriate applications, add them to ‘My DaimlerChrysler Applications’ for central location. Sample of applications: Supplier Profile Update System (Purchasing). Delivery Rating Improvement Verification (Supply). Common Ship and Delivery Schedule, CSDS (Manufacturing). Supplier Material Requirement Tracking System, SMART (Supply). Capacity Database (Supply). Chrysler Accounting & Material Procurement System, CHAMPS (Supply). Container Portal, CRATES/ACAP (Supply). Electronic Corporate Issue Management System (eCIMS). Note: list is a small sample of applications available. For Registration and Application Help - Covisint Help Desk: 866-273-5038 (USA and Canada – toll free). 859-737-6141 (USA, Canada, Mexico – direct). 00-1-800-903-2588 (Mexico – toll free).
The Supplier information System (SIS) is an internal database that provides supplier information to Chrysler and supports the functioning of our business systems. SIS contains supplier name, code(s), categories (i.e. top parent, production, non-production, freight carrier, internal), locations/addresses, currency, union information, and key personnel (contact) information including names/addresses/telephone and fax numbers/and e-mail addresses. The database supports Chrysler business systems that provide suppliers with source packages, quotation requests, web RFQ’s, purchase orders, tool purchase orders, payments, material releases, engineering change notices, supplier quality and PPAP co-ordination, along with many other essential communications. Suppliers are required to use the Supplier Profile Update System to maintain SIS key contact names, addresses, telephone numbers and e-mail. The information is required to facilitate supplier mailings through which we communicate important business updates and procedural guidelines to Chrysler’s Extended Enterprise®. It is essential to include e-mail addresses since e-mail has become the most efficient and timely method of communication.
Supplier Information System (cont.)
Supplier ‘Contact’ Information in SIS:
Contact information is the supplier’s responsibility and is updated on-line using the Global Supplier Portal (GSP – hosted by Covisint). Contact information includes: names, titles, phone, fax, and e-mail which are essential to Chrysler communications with suppliers. It is essential to include e-mail addresses for all Chrysler communications!
Supplier Profile Update Application:
To connect to the Supplier Profile Update system in the GSP, log-in with your user ID & Password, click ‘Chrysler Group,’ click ‘Applications tab,’ and then click ‘Specify the Vehicle – 3270’.
NOTE: If you do not see ‘Specify the Vehicle – 3270’ application listed, request by clicking ‘Request Application’ link. To ensure access to 3270 applications, your IT support personnel should connect to http://web3270.extra.daimlerchrysler.com and consult FAQ or help sections for instructions.
Add, Change, or Delete a record (continued): Delete a record: 1. Tab to the existing record to be deleted. 2. Type ‘C,’ hit ‘Enter’. 3. Tab to the ‘C,D’ column, type D, hit ‘Enter’ to delete record. Change a record: 1. Tab to the existing record (highlighted in green) requiring changes. 2. Type ‘C,’ hit ‘Enter’. 3. Make necessary changes, hit ‘Enter’ to change record.
Company Address Changes/Updates:
SIS update form is available from your buyer. Complete the form and return to the buyer for processing. Suppliers must obtain signature approval from the lead Chrysler buyer. The SIS administrator receives approved form and processes the request. If address changes, supplier must update contact information in the Supplier Profile Update system.
Steps to access Supplier Profile Update: 1. Click on ‘Normal MOD2’. 2. Type ‘1’ for IMS Gateway, hit ‘Enter’. 3. Type ‘7’ for Supplier Profile Update. 4. Type ‘4’ for Contact Summary. 5. Type supplier code next to ‘Supplier,’ hit ‘Enter’. Add, Change, or Delete a record: Add a record: 1. Tab to ‘A’ column, type letter A, hit ‘Enter’. 2. Enter record information completely, press ‘PF15’.
Company Name Change, Mergers, or Acquisitions:
Supplier must submit formal notification on company letterhead to: email@example.com. SIS administrator prepares a Name Change package that is sent back to supplier. Supplier completes Name Change package (note: appropriate signature MUST be provided), sends back to SIS administrator for processing and Corporate Accounts Payable notification.
Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)
Chrysler suppliers are required to establish an Electronic Data
Interchange (EDI) connection. EDI is considered Chrysler’s primary method of communication with its suppliers to support the Procurement, Material Releasing, and financial business processes.
Suppliers with one or multiple locations (domestic or international) are able to establish EDI connections with Chrysler. To obtain EDI requirements and connection options: 1. Visit the Chrysler LLC portal at: http://daimlerchrysler.covisint.com. 2. Select ‘Chrysler’ from the “Business Unit Portal” information section. 3. Select ‘Reference’ tab.
Establishing an EDI connection with Chrysler immediately takes paperwork out of the document processing routine. Through an EDI connection, Chrysler is able to communicate information to suppliers related to their business, including but not limited to: Supplier invoices Daily ship requirements Purchase Orders Material Releases Advanced Ship Notification (ASN) Internally, Chrysler applications use information from EDI transmissions, again not limited to: Pay suppliers for goods/services received (Evaluated Receipt Settlements) Manage the flow of material Establish routes Develop production schedules
4. Select ‘Electronic Commerce Requirements’. 5. Review “Electronic EBMX” for connection options. 6. Review EDI applications manual for EDI requirements.
External Balanced Scorecard (EBSC) for Production & MOPAR
A data repository that displays supplier performance data provided by several different source systems in a central location for evaluation purposes. A web-based application that is part of the Global Procurement & Supply Information System (GPSIS). Accessible to suppliers and Chrysler employees. Measuring supplier performance in four value driver areas: Quality Cost Technology Conformance to requirements Effectiveness of sourcing dollars Responsiveness to design, research and development Cycle Time
Created out of a commitment for continuous improvement. Provides a common supplier performance evaluation. Employs objective measures with a competitive comparison emphasis. Reflects Chrysler customer requirements. Offers data transparency.
Strategy Development Corrective Action Plans Internal / External Measurement
Supplier Negotiations Sourcing Decisions Supply Base Optimization Senior Management Presentations
Diversity Supplier Development (DSD)
A world class Supplier Diversity program was established in 1983 to
assist diversity suppliers in gaining business with Chrysler.
A supplier should not expect to see information within EBSC for production until it begins shipping production parts. It is recommended that new suppliers become familiar with the External Balanced Scorecard (EBSC) 4 to 6 months prior to initial shipments of production parts. The individual responsible for monitoring requirements and performance should enroll in EBSC training. Course code PSEBS400 is available during the quarterly Supplier Training Weeks. Suppliers should enroll in all required and/or recommended Chrysler training classes held during Supplier Training Weeks. Many source systems introduced in these classes provide performance data to EBSC for production or MOPAR.
In 1993, a Tier II program was introduced to further enhance business opportunities for the minority community. The Diversity program requires all Chrysler suppliers to source a minimum percentage of its total Chrysler sales with minority owned businesses: 2007 Goal: 8.5% 2008 Goal: 9.0% 2009 Goal: 9.5%
A Minority Owned Business (MBE), is a business that is at least 51% owned, controlled, and operated by one or more:
U.S. Citizens who are: African American Hispanic American Native American Asian Pacific American Asian Indian American Canadian Citizens who are: Aboriginal peoples Visible minorities: means persons other than Aborignal peoples, who are non-Caucasian in race, white in colour
Diversity Supplier Development (cont.)
New suppliers should request an introductory meeting with their respective DSD Program Manager and buyer. The buyer will take the lead on scheduling this important first meeting. Remember the minimum sourcing percentages, listed on page 11, are a requirement of doing business with the Chrysler. The goal applies to ALL suppliers – both domestic and foreign. All Tier II minority purchases will be reported by the 10th of each month. Refer to the DSD website: http://supplierdiversity.daimlerchrysler.com. Select ‘Current Supplier’. Enter the authorization key DCXmop@r. Follow the tutorials for additional reporting requirements. Develop a supplier diversity program for your company. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
Track changes, for both pilot and production parts. Empower the supplier to respond to CN actions and monitor all change notices electronically. Improve communication between the Supplier, Engineering, and Procurement and Supply.
Any Supplier representative who: Manages change process Interacts with Engineers Interacts with Value Guiders
Deals with Supplier Tooling Records Deals with Price Breakdown Handles Forever requirements
Visit Covisint at DaimlerChrysler.covisint.com. Select ‘Applications’. Locate ‘Change Notice’. Select desired supplier code. Select button or tab for desired functionality. Detailed CN requirements/process is explained further in the Change Notice course (code PSSPL146).
Material Cost Management (MCM)
Material Cost Management (MCM) is Chrysler’s cost savings program.
MCM launched in December, 2000. Suppliers are asked to assist commodity teams with the generation and implementation of cost reduction ideas associated with products they produce. Supplier participation and performance in the MCM process is measured in the External Balanced Scorecard (EBSC). Suppliers are measured against a specific dollar target set by the Commodity Director each Global Competitive Set in which the suppliers’ participate. The MCM website application is accessed via the Covisint portal where suppliers are strongly encouraged to enter cost savings ideas (suppliers can only view and access their ideas from the MCM website).
Date* 1/1/2007 1/1/2006 2/1/2007 2/1/2006 3/1/2007 3/1/2006 4/1/2007 4/1/2006 5/1/2007 5/1/2006 6/1/2007 6/1/2006 7/1/2007 7/1/2006 8/1/2007 8/1/2006 9/1/2007 9/1/2006 10/1/2007 10/1/2006 11/1/2007 11/1/2006 12/1/2007 12/1/2006
Cumulative Expected Target (CET) 30% 40.0% 40% 47.0% 50% 54.0% 55% 61.0% 60% 68.5% 70% 75.0% 80% 82.0% 85% 89.0% 90% 96.0% 100.0% 95% 100% 100.0% 100% 100.0%
The Cumulative Expected Target (CET) is the percentage of target the supplier is expected to achieve by a given month. The CET increases throughout the year and equals target at the year end. The CET represents the pace required at a point in time, to achieve the year end target. The CET is used to calculate the fulfillment rate which is reported to EBSC.
Use the ‘Contact MCM Help’ link for MCM Support Team system issues. Contact your buyer or MCM representative for process questions. MCM Supplier Web Reporting:
MCM Homepage or MCM Navigation
New Supplier Orientation/P&S Training Opportunities
PSOVR001 – Chrysler/P&S Overview (4 hours): Objective: New suppliers receive an overview of Chrysler and are introduced to the systems required to do business with the Chrysler. Acronyms and supplier quick tips will also be provided as a reference guide. New Supplier Overview: Chrysler Overview Chrysler Development System (CDS) Chrysler Supplier Portal Overview Supplier Information System (SIS) Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) External Balanced Scorecard (EBSC) Change Notice (WebCN) Procurement, Supplier Quality, and Supply Overviews Target Audience: “Required” course for all new Chrysler suppliers. Additional related training courses (course code): Procurement Overview (PSPUR001). Supplier Quality Overview (PSQUA001). Supply Overview (PSDEL001).
PSPUR001 – New Supplier Orientation – Procurement Basics (4 hours): Objective: New suppliers receive an overview of Chrysler Procurement processes and systems including elements of the Request for Quote process. Procurement Overview: Web Request for Quote (WebRFQ) Source Package Price Breakdown (PBD) Material Cost Management (MCM) Hours Per Vehicle (HPV) Diversity Supplier Development (DSD) Transactions MOPAR Target Audience: Sales Personnel, Account Managers, others who directly interface with Chrysler Procurement Personnel. Additional related training courses (course code): Production Purchasing Request for Quote (Web RFQ) (PSRFQ100). Price Breakdown (PBD) – Feature of RFQ (PSPBD200). Material Cost Management (MCM) Web System Overview (PSMCM300). Diversity Supplier Development (DSD) Awareness Training (PSDSD200). Supplier Web-Based Hours per Vehicle (HPV) (PSEHPV100).
Note: Acronyms can be found on page 16.
New Supplier Orientation/P&S Training Opportunities (cont.)
PSQUA001 – Supplier Quality Basics for New Suppliers (4 hours): Objective: New suppliers receive an overview of Chrysler Supplier Quality processes starting with a complete review of the EBSC Quality measures and source systems that influence the metrics. The overview will introduce basic Non-Conformance Tracking responsibilities, Warranty System basics, Advance Quality procedures, and the Forever Requirements process. Quality Overview: TS16949 (overview only) System functions within Supplier Quality • e-CIMS • Powerway • GPSIS Source System Review Chrysler Quality Institute (DCQI) Target Audience: Supplier Quality, Plant personnel and/or persons responsible for quality performance metrics. Additional Related training courses (course code): e-CIMS (DCQSLP100). Powerway Hands-on (PSPWY600). Supplier Warranty Systems (PSWRP102). NCT Overview (PSNCT100). Forever Requirements (PSAFR100). NCT for Stamping Suppliers (PSBIW100). EBSC Quality Value Driver Review (PSQUA100).
PSDEL001 – Delivery Basics for New Suppliers (4 hours): Objective: New suppliers receive an overview of Chrysler Delivery processes including capacity management, shipping schedules and supporting systems. The overview will introduce basic Chrysler delivery terms and guide the suppliers through our Chrysler delivery training curriculum. Supply Overview: Delivery Basics Record Basics Scheduling Basics Target Audience: Shipping Clerks, Production Control Analysts, Materials or Traffic Managers, SMART Contacts, or Delivery Rating Analysts. Additional Related training courses (course code): Supplier Delivery Development Overview (PSSDD001). Supplier Delivery Development Delivery Performance (PSSDD100wo). Supplier Delivery Development Response Performance (PSSDD200wo). CHAMPS Hands-on for new suppliers (PSCHS001). CHAMPS Overview (PSCHS100wo). Container Management System Hands-on (PSCHS150). Evaluated Receipt Settlement (PSERS100). Introduction to Volume Variance (PSNVV200). Capacity Database (PSCDB101 and PSCDBWEB101wo). Collaboration “What If” Trapline System (PSWIF101). International Customs Carrier/Security Guidelines (PSITS200). Supplier Extended Enterprise Claim System SEC (PSSEC100wo). Advance Shipping Notice for Fabricators (PSFAB100).
Note: wo= Web based Only training
Note: Acronyms can be found on page 16.
AETC - Authorization for Excess Transportation Costs ADP – Authority Definition Plan AIAG – Automotive Industry Action Group APQP – Advanced Product Quality Planning AQP – Advanced Quality Planning ASC – Advance Shipping Consolidation Notice ASN – Advance Shipp Notice AVOB – Annual Volume Of Business CBT – Computer Based Training CDS – Chrysler Development System CHAMPS – Chrysler Accounting & Material Procurement System CLD – Certified Line Disruption CLS – Certified Line Shortage CMP - Common Modular Programs CMS – Container Management System CN – Change Notice CRATES – Container Repository & Tracking Engineering System CSA – Customers Self Assessment CSDS – Common Ship & Delivery Schedule CSI – Container Security Initiative CSM - Competitive Set Management C-TPAT – Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism CWO – Chargeback Work Order DCQI – DaimlerChrysler Quality Institute DCS – Data Communication Service DCX – DaimlerChrysler Corporation DFMA – Design For Manufacturing and Assembly DOE – Design Of Experiments DRIVe – Delivery Rating Improvement & Verification DSC – Designated Supplier Contacts DSD – Diversity Supplier Development EBSC – External Balanced Scorecard e-CIMS - Electronic Corporate Issue Management System ECR – Electronic Commerce Requirements EDI – Electronic Data Interface EEN – Extended Enterprise Network EFT – Electronic Funds Transfer ERS – Evaluated Receipts Settlement ETA – Estimated Time of Arrival ETT – Engineering Technical Training FAST – Free And Secure Trade FMEA – Failure Mode and Effects Analysis GD&T – Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing GPSIS – Global Procurement and Supply Information
IBSC – Internal Balanced Scorecard ILC – Integrated Logistics Center LLP – Lead Logistics Provider MBE – Minority Business Enterprise MCM – Material Cost Management MIS – Months In Service MMOG/LE - Materials Management Operations Guideline / Logistics Evaluation MOPAR – MOtor PARts NAFTA - North American Free Trade Agreement NCT – Nonconformance Tracking NLMI - National Logistics Management, Inc. NSO – New Supplier Orientation OS – Overshipment P&S – Procurement & Supply PAP – Product Assurance Planning PAT – Product Assurance Team PDM – Product Design Meeting PEC – Product Executive Committee PO - Purchase Order PPAP – Production Part Approval Process PPM – Parts Per Million PRAS – Parts Returned Analysis System PRISM – Problem, Resolution, Identification, & Solutions Mgmt PSO – Process Sign Off PST – Product Strategy Team QEC – Quality Engineering Center RFQ – Request For Quotation RDR – Receiving Discrepancy Report SDD – Supplier Delivery Development SDS – Supplier Daily Schedule SEECS – Supplier Extended Enterprise Claims System SIS – Supplier Information System SMART – Supplier MAterials Requirement Tracking SPA – Supply Process Analysis SPC – Statistical Process Control SPD – Sequenced Part Delivery SP – Source Package STARS – Shipment Tracking Analysis and Reporting System STW – Supplier Training Week T&C – Terms & Conditions TEDS – Training and Employee Development System TPO – Transportation Purchase Order TPO - Tooling Purchase Order US – Undershipment
Supplier Quick Tips
Questions can be answered by visiting the Supplier Training Website:
Click on ‘How to Use this Site’ and ‘FAQs’ links. Suppliers will set up their own profile on this website. We suggest you use your Covisint ID as your username. Only one username per e-mail address is allowed. Suppliers are able to register and pay the registration fee for Supplier Training Week directly from this site. All course descriptions include a “target audience” to assist suppliers in knowing which courses to attend. New Supplier Orientation presentation material is available by e-mail one week prior to the New Supplier Orientation training. Additional questions should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or by using the feedback button on the website. We have limited web-based training available on our website and plan to expand our offerings for future Supplier Training Weeks. If there are any specific courses that you would find valuable, please contact us.
You are now part of the Chrysler Supplier Family!
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