Developing Integrated Performance Measurement System using Component Based Approach

Souhail Sekkat, Khalid Kouiss, Janah Saadi, Laurent Deshayes

Abstract


In an industrial context defined by more acute competition, performance measurement becomes a control tool. The Business Intelligence module of Manufacturing Execution System (MES) software achieves Performances analysis function. However, the implementation of performance indicators in information system is a difficult problem. Indeed, the enterprises need methods to specify and to install their Performance Measurement System (PMS). In this paper, we propose a methodology of performance indicators implementation. We use the UML language to develop PMS model and Component Based Programming for its implementation. This method facilitates Performances Measurement System design and implementation.

Keywords


Manufacturing Execution Systems, Business Intelligence, Performances Measurement Systems, Component Based Approach.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15837/ijccc.2013.2.309



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