Case Studies – CCS Engineering

Bangkok’s “One stop manufacturing job shop” with ISO9001 and AS9100 certifications, having more than 220 machines and over 550 skilled employees, to support world class precision and general machining with a wide range of applications.

CNC machining, Manufacturing of Mechanical parts, Cutting tools, Jigs/Fixtures, Injection molds/Stamping dies, etc for industries involved with: Aerospace, Automotive, Mold/Die, Electronics, Semiconductor, Bearing manufacturing, Computer parts and hard disk, Fiber optics, Equipment manufacturing, and Bio-Medical industries.

The Challenge:

Bangkok’s “One stop manufacturing Job shop ” with more than 180 machines and 400 skilled employees, to support world class quality products with a wide range of applications.
Because of business expansion and growth, CCS is looking for solution that can serve with future business requirement of the company.

The Solution:

We are implementing SAP A1 for this Auto Supplier. The preconfigured modules are FI/CO, SD, MM, PP, QM.

Many complexities were handled within this implementation which is planned to be completed in 4 months time. Both assembly line and job shop production scenarios in three companies, with Thai localization, BOI regulations, Equipment calibration are some examples of challenges faced in this first SMB implementation.

This has led to the development of our own SMB Automotive / Hi-Tech Template from the Business configuration sets for future implementations.

The Benefits:

SAP Best Practices and our experienced Consultants have re-defined the operational processes in procurement, inspection and inventory with substantial business benefits and ready ROI for the customer.

Project scope:

mySAP ERP full implementation for FI, CO, MM, SD, PP, QM modules

Covers 3 companies:

  • Sirinakorn, C.C.S.
  • Engineering Co., Ltd., and
  • C.C.S. Advance Tech Co., Ltd.

Project Milestones and Deliverables:

  • 21 Jan 2005 Project kick-off
  • 25 Feb 2005 Business Blueprint sign-off
  • 7 April 2005 Completed UAT cycle 1 and sign-off.
  • 22 April 2005 Plan for finished UAT cycle 2 and sign-off.
  • 25 April 2005 Cut-over and start conversion master data
  • 3 May 2005 Project Go-Live