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  • #2
    Oracle Product Development

    Jim Mooney, Oracle


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    • #3
      Oracle Product Strategy Update

      Derek Gittoes, Oracle
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      • #4
        Taking Control of Integration

        Russell Young, Averitt

        Integration can be intimidating. There are many decisions that are made in design, security, performance, and workflow and having flexibility to manage all these components in a dynamic hybrid environment is key.
        In this presentation Averitt will outline how our integration strategy shifted from 'hands off' to 'fully engaged' and what that shift in strategy can yield. We'll highlight the latest in integration needs and how we've been able to meet those needs quickly and effectively. We'll outline several examples
        of how altering our integration strategy to have the cloud consumption model of our choice with involvement of key technology partners has allowed us to bring integration development and testing in-house and has given us agility in integration that we never thought possible.
        Averitt was hesitant to move to an integration platform that required our team to design, develop, and maintain all integration mapping and business processes because of expertise. We feared that it would be too complicated to manage, so outsourcing the integration felt like our only option. As we explored our options, we found that those fears were unfounded and the ability to leverage a managed service provider for gaps in our house expertise has driven great value. We were able
        to shorten the learning curve and deploy an integration methodology that leverages our OTM knowledge base. Through cloud-based integration we maintained scalability, security, and uptime, all while assuming development, testing, and deployment capabilities.
        Finally, as an on-premise Oracle customer, we have an eye to cloud conversion in the future. One of the main areas of concern for on-premise to cloud conversion is data manipulation and database access. With a more agile integration strategy, data manipulation through integration lessens those concerns for Averitt.

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        • #5
          Embracing Collaboration for a Successful OTM Cloud Implementation

          Haley Flanery, BrightOrder, and Bob Nelson, Appvion

          The rally cry of an African Proverb states, "If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together." This was certainly the theme embraced by Appvion, during their move to the OTM Cloud. Appvion, an innovator in the production of thermal, carbonless, security, and other specialty coated papers, chose BrightOrder as their OTM System Integrator, FourKites for real time shipment visibility, and Justransform for accelerated integration from OTM to JDE. This session will explore how the team delivered on the key objectives of Appvion's move to OTM cloud:
          • Centralized planning HQ level and execution activities at the plant/dc level resulting in time savings and increased efficiency.
          • Reduce transportation costs through order consolidation and mode selection opportunities.
          • Improved on-time delivery, customer service, and visibility to orders and shipments through their lifecycle.
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          • #6
            Using OTM/GTM to report accurate AES filing to Customs & Border Protection (CBP) for Canada Rail Border crossing situations

            Vijay Sai Somisetti, Scoular

            Scoular executes container exports out of the USA. As part of its export operations, the company needs to report details of exports to CBP's Automated Exports System(AES) to obtain an Internal Tracking Number (ITN). We will be discussing about using OTM/GTM to file AES for Exports out of the USA. We will explain the process of a routine scenario where export of goods get executed out of a port in the USA. We will be covering the challenges involved in filing AES and refiling AES when a company's shipments cross border into Canada on Rail shipments to enter and load out of a Port in Canada. We will be highlighting the differences between exporting out of USA and challenges and uncertainties involved when a company executes intermodal shipments with either rail billed by shipper or by Ocean Liners from a different country. Process of obtaining an ITN with estimated set of information and refiling with accurate set of information will be explained. Consequences of either not obtaining ITN with estimated information or not refiling with accurate information will be discussed. We will explain how Scoular IT used the standard OTM functionality to overcome this challenge and supported the business be compliant with CPB. In addition, we will cover how we can implement checks and balances required in the process, within standard OTM functionality.
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            • #7
              Crossdocks in the Cloud: Integrating OTM Cloud and WMS Cloud (Logfire)

              Keith Lawlis, Justransform, and Sam Woodcock, PrimeQ ANZ

              Crossdocks in the Cloud: integrating OTM Cloud and WMS Cloud (Logfire) to provide pallet scanning and tracking capability for global freight and logistic service providers. In this presentation PrimeQ and Justransform will highlight how the creation of a fully integrated OTM and WMS Cloud solution to effectively manage order movement and planned shipment execution across multiple Oracle Cloud Applications supported the digital transformation of a mid-size Logistics Service Provider.
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              • #8
                Railcar Yard Management in OTM

                Bradford Benham IV, Nucor Steel, and Milind Anerao, CapGemini

                Nucor Steel is the largest steel producer in USA. We have several steel mills all over the USA. One mill, located in a prime area near downtown Seattle, has small onsite rail yard and the demurrage costs are very high. Our primary objectives behind designing this yard management module were to
                1.) keep track of all rail cars onsite that could be used for and assigned to outbound shipments and
                2.) effectively release rail cars (empty or loaded) back to the railroad before the demurrage clock had timed out.

                This presentation will walk through the implementation process of these two capabilities and the obstacles faced during this process. We intend to cover the following topics during the presentation:
                • CLM VS Homegrown Solution
                • Integration with ScaleConnect Application, EDI 423, EDI 404 and Oracle EBS
                • Behind-the-Scenes Configuration
                • Rail Car Inventory Management
                • Managing Demurrage in OTM
                • Implementation Challenges and Future Enhancement Plans
                • End-to-End Process Flow
                • Live Demo of the Final Solution
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                • #9
                  G3 Mobility & Extended Carrier Portals

                  Laura Smith, Logistics Transportation Business Intelligence Systems, and Rocky Chang & Dan Dobbins, G3 Enterprises

                  G3 has strategic relationships with some carriers and standard 3rd party relationships with other carriers. Many of their business units work with very small carriers that do no have EDI capabilities and rely on OTM portals and mobile application to manage tenders, dispatching, statuses, and payment. Let's see how G3 uses the portals and smartphone applications to provide extended visibility to their network.
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                  • #10
                    OTM to HERE Tolls Cost Integration

                    Alpesh Purohit, KSAP Technologies

                    Tolls could be a significant portion of the overall shipment costs. OTM out of the box does not provide Tolls cost integration. This presentation will cover not only the How to integrate OTM with HERE Maps Tolls but also some solution considerations and options of how to effectively put it use for your business

                    Functional / Business and Technical aspects of the integration will be explored in detailed.
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                    • #11
                      Better Equipment Utilization with the help of Pattern Based Planning and Scoring algorithms

                      Mindaugas Padgureckas, IKEA

                      Challenges and opportunities with PBP setup and utilization in production; in fact it took 2 years (several SRs, discussions, testing) till we got PBP working on the decent basis, so could be piloted in production, share why it is so tricky. The complex maintenance of User-defined patterns and how PBP can support loading security, loading efficiency and also equipment utilization. Inputs on PBP performance from business, both Delivery Planners, but also Suppliers. Draw some conclusions in relation to new Scoring algorithm (part of ConOpt), coming with OTM v6.4.

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                      • #12
                        Global Ocean Planning and Execution at IKEA

                        Mikael Falt, IKEA, and Eric Orillat, Flo Group

                        The global end-to-end Ocean process at IKEA has been implemented using the latest functionalities in OTM. The process covers everything from planning, booking, Shipping Instructions, event statuses, Importer Security Filing and Solas filing. The OTM functionalities of special interest used
                        in the Ocean process are planning with 3D, Network Routing, commitment driven routing decisions, arbitraries with network routing, conditional booking with stop level dates and consignment based shipment groups.
                        The planning process and execution process is broken up in a way that allows the pre-carriage and main-carriage to be planned and executed, and only when containers are in Port of Discharge, the on-carriage shipments are planned and executed.
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                        • #13
                          Learnings and Value from implementing OTM at CarMax

                          Alpesh Purohit, KSAP Technologies

                          We will provide overview of CarMax, talk about OTM implementation strategies and challenges, progress made so far, Benefits, and future plans. Deep Dive by Alpesh into one of our value implementation/customizations that was performed.

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                          • #14
                            Global OTM Upgrade 6.2.10/6.3.7 to 6.4.1

                            Stephen Simms, DHL Supply Chain

                            Global paths taken to complete multiple customer OTM upgrades, located in several countries hosted in multiple data centers. Discussion to include approach, planning, execution, challenges and learnings for the next upgrade.

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                            • #15
                              Use a Simplified Domain Structure to Design a System to Handle Multiple Complex Dedicated Fleets and External Customers Fleets

                              Aravindh Sekar and Chirag Patel, Penske

                              Single domain versus multiple domains - Why Penske choose to go simplified? Pros and Cons - Rational for Penske's decision - Sharing of resources across multiple fleets - Flexibility to limited visibility to individual fleet - Simplified integration with auxiliary applications - Penske accomplished simplified approach by - Use of district concept, VPDs and dispatch boards - Expanded platform functionality by deploying a customer specific instance using the same simplified domain structure and naming conventions - Advantages of this approach - Provided the ability to use same code
                              base by auxiliary applications with minor enhancements to support multiple instance - Allows data integrity to segregate external customer data from Penske fleet data - Limits resource sharing between Penske fleets and customer fleets - Allows external customer direct access to the OTM platform to manage their shipments and assets
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