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  • OTM SIG User Conference 2016 APAC: Presentations

    This thread includes the presentation material for the third OTM SIG Conference in Singapore, held on 1-2 December 2016.

    For more details about the conference, visit the conference website:
    http://otmsig.communities.oaug.org/i...rence-apac#top


  • #2
    OTM-GTM Product Strategy and Development Update
    by Derek Gittoes (Oracle)

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    • #3
      Explore opportunities to save Transportation cost
      by Paritosh Mangrulkar (GE Appliances)

      GE Appliances (GEA), $5.4 Billion Business is headquartered at Louisville Kentucky, USA. GEA has robust Distribution channel with the ability to cater the delivery to every single zip code in USA. Transport modes Truck, Rail, Ocean & Air are used to deliver the appliances to consumer. Transportation of goods is from factories to warehouse and then from warehouse to customers. Since it is a consumer based industry, volume of orders is high, around 15,000 order releases are created & ~300 Shipments are built every day. Shipment planning plays a key role in the process. OTM is implemented at GE Appliances (GEA) in 2011 to cover all the aspects of Transportation needs and helped to focus on Bigger picture. It has helped to improve the efficiency of planning. Provided high visibility to Transportation Managers.

      OTM is integrated with Oracle eBS using BPEL. Order releases are created 24X7 and shipment planning is carried out in Business hours. Utilized the flexibility of OTM features like Domains & relations between Domains to build Simulation environment. This environment has helped to replicate the daily planning by tweaking the constraints and comparison reports are generated. It provides an insight to Transportation Managers and explore opportunities to save the transportation cost.

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      • #4
        First OTM Cloud Implementation in ASEAN - Processes, Challenges and Learnings
        by Subhan Novianda (Puninar) and Pratik Ravani (Inspirage)

        Client is one of the leading 3PL in Indonesia and the first customer in the ASEAN region to go live on OTM Cloud. OTM was implemented using pre-configured 3PL template provided by Inspirage. OTM is being used to manage distribution for two customers of the 3PL with future roll-outs for other customers. Planning focus is on optimizing vehicle utilization. Primary transport mode is road but there are also multi-modal movements and train movements.

        The presentation covers challenges in implementation and several innovative configurations to meet customer requirements like driver advance and settlement process, backhauls etc. Integration with driver systems, maintenance systems, ERP and GPS was done using point to point solutions.

        The main feature of the project was a unique delivery model where customer's IT team was part of the delivery team and were responsible for lot of configurations and integration development. The customer's IT team will also be driving the future roll-outs.

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        • #5
          Key New Features in Oracle Global Trade Management
          by Ashok Kalidindi (Oracle)

          The innovation continues for the Oracle Transportation Management Cloud (OTM Cloud) and Oracle Global Trade Management Cloud (GTM Cloud) product family. Join this session to learn about the GTM product overview and some key new features of GTM - Landed Cost Mgt, License Mgt, Declaration Mgt, and Fusion Integration etc.

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          • #6
            Landed Cost Simulator - The smartest way to choose between your import options
            by Anand Vasudevan (Infosys)

            During the current phase of globalization most countries of the world are encouraging trade between themselves in order to grow and flourish. Most economies are cutting down on various tariff and non-tariff barriers and are making themselves available for import and export to the rest of the world. The cut throat competition, specially, in the manufacturing industry has been creating immense pressure on enterprises to optimize their operational costs. Companies, in order to remain competitive and profitable, often outsourcing to cheap labor destinations. However, when all enterprises at some point of time consider 'outsourcing' as an option what is it that sets one of these organizations apart? The answer is 'Strategic import of supplies'.

            Regardless of which part of the world you are located, the current global business landscape offers you a number of importing options to choose from. Which option suits you the best depends upon a number of factors like - cost of import, time elapsed in importing, shipping term applied (Incoterm) and few other factors like mode of transport, documentation etc. It is often difficult to draw a comparison taking into account of all of these factors - firstly since there is no single source of truth secondly there is no standard mechanism that can do that. It often compels enterprises to take a decision based on their past business experience or based on a rough estimate of a few of the above factors mostly cost and time.

            Oracle GTM, with its latest release has introduced a new feature called "Landed Cost Simulator". It gives an unparalleled visibility on the advantages and disadvantages related to the various import options that an enterprise has, including cost, time, shipping terms, contract-conditions etc. It also lets you know if a particular import scenario will make you eligible for any 'Tariff Preferences' under a trade agreement.

            Through this paper we have tried to discuss how this new feature can help growing enterprises and why is it a 'must have' for enterprises who wants to maximize their profits and minimize the risk associated with International Trade.

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            • #7
              Implementing GTM with EBS - Fleet Management on Cloud
              by Sunil Mididoddi, Scarlet Chan and Crystal Yuen (BrightOrder)

              This paper provides an overview of implementing GTM with Oracle EBS and discusses possible integration points and their impact on GTM implementation. This gives consultants a glimpse of what happens on the other side of GTM. This document details a standard 'Order to cash' flow and how different is the behavior for an order that requires compliance, various stages at which compliance screening can occur and the impact of the screening results on the flow.

              We will discuss the following EBS processes and their corresponding screening processes of GTM: Party synchronization, Compliance screening on Order, Compliance screening on Shipment.

              This paper also provides an overview of Restricted Party Screening in GTM and how one can deploy this functionality to perform denied party screening, the pain point for every individual monitoring a trade transaction. Here we discuss in detail about all the entities involved in the process like, Denied party list, contacts, locations and relation between them and different ways of screening parties for DPL. We will be discussing the ways to configure service preference and service parameters for RPLS and have a look at the DOs and DONTs to effectively screen for RPLS.

              The benefits of using Fleet Management has been obvious - to optimize a company's fleet/asset utilization with transportation and legal constraints complied. With the trend in deploying Oracle's solutions on cloud, we are seeing the synergy between Fleet Management and cloud technology by adopting the rapid development methodology, as well as integrating with other fleet maintenance software to offer a truly end-to-end solution. Customers who manage their own fleets will enjoy one-stop solution to achieve faster ROI with Oracle's transportation and fleet solutions on Cloud.

              Our paper will share the challenges we usually see in Fleet customers; our knowledge on how we overcame them in our past implementations; our vision on how Fleet Management offering can be transcended, and how dispatching processes can be streamlined by integrating with the business intelligence from the fleet maintenance world.

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              • #8
                How OTM on Smart Phone is Adding Value to Retailers and Shippers
                by Nikhil Gupta and Srinivas Durbha (ITC Infotech)

                With the newly introduced Android/IoS mobile application for OTM (6.4.1), retailers as well as shippers are getting enhanced visibility leading to better collaboration. This presentation showcases the business benefits delivered to shippers and retailers by the use of standard and extended mobile app for OTM which is based on our experience with customers across different industries.

                This presentation will highlight how we can enable Standard Mobile APP for OTM 6.4.1 as well as an extended mobile app for OTM that can be useful for Customers, Planners, Carriers and Drivers.

                Capture proof of delivery (PoD) with a signature/photograph, easy access to dashboards, capture multiple events through an easy to use UI and other features have enabled retailers with an opportunity to plan the receipt of materials effectively on a real time basis. This has also given a mechanism to capture PoD without errors or delays.

                Join us to be part of this journey where we will discuss the benefits delivered to retailers with OTM enabled over smart phones and also cover various use cases for each of the stakeholders in the transportation value chain.

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                • #9
                  Key new features in Oracle Transportation Management
                  by Muthurajan Bala (Oracle)

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                  • #10
                    Pilmico's Journey for Realizing Maximum Value from OTM Implementation
                    by Rebecca Bautista (Pilmico) and Nikhil Gupta (ITC Infotech)

                    Pilmico went live with OTM around 18 months back. Implementation was successful and smooth, however, eventually we realized that though with the basic implementation we have achieved our preliminary goal of utilizing best of breed TMS and its capabilities, we were not using OTM to its best potential.

                    This presentation will enable audience to know and understand how Pilmico progressed towards leveraging OTM and gained most out of the existing implementation.

                    Pilmico came up with a unique model of having OTM features and capability awareness to every team member to attain maximum operational efficiency. We partnered with ITC Infotech to help us achieve our goal of gaining maximum benefits from OTM implementation.

                    This presentation covers our journey from basic implementation to an advanced one, exploring and leveraging OTM features and best practices along. We realize that OTM is a powerful, feature-rich logistics system if configured and used properly.

                    With this presentation we would like to share our experience of getting a better throughput from existing OTM implementation.
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                    • #11
                      Enabling 4PL operation for SE Asian Landscape - OTM as a Service
                      by Bayu Soedjarwo (TowerBright) and Deepak Thakur (KPIT)

                      Business Process Outsourcing is continuously becoming more viable option for companies in South East Asia. For many and varied reasons-increase shareholder value, reduce costs, business transformation, improve operations, overcome lack of internal capabilities, gain competitive advantage, improve capabilities, improve service, increase inventory velocity and turns, mitigate capital investment and other benefits, both tangible and intangible. As a result, 4PLs have become alternatives for business process outsourcing. They manage with the three key elements of process, people and technology. A 4PL is neutral and will manage the logistics process, regardless of what carriers, forwarders 3PLs or warehouses are used. Users of a 4PL can focus on core competencies and better manage and utilize company assets and resources, as to inventory and personnel.

                      Learn how KPIT is helping a Client to realize complete a 4PL vision to become a best in class Control Tower which will be agile, sustainable and scalable. By enabling OTM on Cloud as a service which can collaborate shippers, 3PLs and Carriers in terms of achieving greater efficiency, optimization and governs standard process control.

                      The session will discuss on the key BPO functionalities enabled by Oracle Transportation Management to achieve the following differentiators and enable the client as an asset free service provider.
                      - Best in class transportation management control tower
                      - Systems to optimize the load not the truck
                      - Automatic selection of the lowest rates.
                      - Systems that would easily integrate with multiple ERP/WMS
                      - Access to multiple carriers and other customers to leverage scale
                      - Innovative pro-active management
                      - A variable cost structure that incentivized the delivery of savings
                      - A full suite of KPI's and management tools

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                      • #12
                        Transport Network optimization using network routing
                        by Ganesh Acharya (Infosys)

                        The transportation network of a company can contain multiple cross dock options while transporting the goods from A to B. OTM allows to select the most appropriate cross dock while planning using the network routing feature. It also allows to have multiple cross docks in the route. This paper will elaborate on how to use network routing, the limitation or challenges and how to overcome them and some cases where we have implemented it. It will also talk about the scenarios where network routing can be used.

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