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  • #31
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    Advanced FTI Customizations – Creating Operational Efficiency with minimal IT intervention
    Deepshikhar Tyagi & Vipin Kumar Madan, Infosys

    Based on experiences with FTI implementations, this presentation brings strategy, customizations & configurations which will unlock capabilities FTI. Aim of these steps is to empower decision-makers, business users to analyze the data the way they want it & creating powerful operational insights with OTM data. This paper further discusses important lessons learned & best practices in implementing FTI especially in scenarios where we need to sustain huge volume of data on daily basis.

    Last edited by LourensGlog; March 30, 2016, 22:34.


    • #32
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      Preparing for 6.4: A Technical Perspective
      Paul Hamill & Keith Wenyon, Oracle Development

      This presentation provides an overview of key technical features in the 6.4 release. This includes internal features like SQL/HTTP timeouts and REST/JSON API and tool upgrades like OHS, Weblogic, BIPublisher, and the Database. Time will be reserved for Q&A at the end of the presentation.

      Last edited by LourensGlog; March 30, 2016, 23:03.


      • #33
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        Do’s and Don’ts with Rail & Ocean Implementation
        Lakshmi Padileti, Srujan

        This presentation focuses on latest implementation challenges & techniques used to implement Ocean and Rail modes with OTM version 6.3.x. You will gain the best way to implement high level process for ocean move & settlement process.

        Last edited by LourensGlog; March 30, 2016, 22:22.


        • #34
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          Enhanced Tender Collaboration through Conditional Booking
          Sai Mahabhashyam, Oracle Development

          This is a new 6.3.x feature. The session will cover some or all of the following:
          • Feature overview
          • Stop-specific information on tender collab screen that can now be sent to and modified by carrier
          • Enhanced “equipment” grid – enhancements to work with Equipment Initial/Number
          • Alias concept – process in which OTM retrieves the GIDs when carriers don’t understand OTM Gids and send alternative names instead
          • A new “error” grid in the tender collab screen for planner self-help to determine the modi ed records sent back by carrier
          • New CB events, new agent to listen to the events, calling Rerate/re-drive shipment action based on tender modifications
          • Miscellaneous – ability for carrier to change servprov values after shipment is accepted/started, threshold/auto-approve changes etc., to make CB work seamlessly

          Last edited by LourensGlog; March 30, 2016, 22:36.


          • #35
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            OTM Readiness for Peak Season Volume
            May Ahn, Niagara Bottling

            Niagara is the largest private label bottled water supplier in the U.S and has had double digit growth every year for the past 10+ years. Our peak season is during the summer months (May to Sept) which typically the volume increases by 50%. Our typical lead time from order placement to delivery is between 1 to 7 days. Each week we ship 7,000-12,000 truckloads to our customer which is why OTM application, infrastructure and processes need to be functioning optimally to support the business. This session will detail what must be addressed to prepare for the peak season.

            Last edited by LourensGlog; March 30, 2016, 23:03.


            • #36
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              OTM-GTM 6.4 Functional Overview
              Gregg Lanyard & Asli Yimenicioglu, Oracle Development

              This session will provide a functional overview of the major features delivered in OTM/GTM version 6.4. Intent is to provide an introduction to what was contained in the release. Areas covered will include: user experience, sourcing/rate maintenance, eet management, transportation intelligence, and global trade.

              Last edited by LourensGlog; March 30, 2016, 22:23.


              • #37
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                The challenges for Implementing OTM in Mexico vs. USA
                Jonathan Flores, Tsol

                Implementing a TMS in Mexico is not the same as in the US. There are a lot of challenges for the implementation teams, which includes the change management, Cultural customs, lack of experience working with business systems, managing taxes, invoicing process, rate definitions, language barriers, infrastructure limitations, integrating with legacy systems, operational vices vs. best practices, service providers control, among others. This topic is focused to share some experiences that our team has faced through several different industry models implementations in Mexico.

                Last edited by LourensGlog; March 30, 2016, 22:37.


                • #38
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                  Leveraging OTM for Arrival Based Promising
                  Piyush Singh, Infosys-Cisco

                  This paper is intended to share the paradigm shift currently underway at Cisco Systems, Inc. in the manner which order promising is done to its customers. Traditionally, the order promising was driven based on the committed ship date to customers but in a bid to improve customer satisfaction as well as enhance predictability of shipment arrival at customer premises, a capability was built to allow customers to request for delivery date for any product from any warehouse to any worldwide location. OTM has played a pivotal role in enabling this functionality, right from selection of optimum route for the entire outbound logistics ow to calculating the transit pads from factory to customer doorsteps, which is used during order scheduling to determine the delivery date to customer. OTM shipment planning which manages carrier and mode selection based on the delivery date was further enhanced to automatically expedite an order to ship with a faster service if the order cannot meet the promised delivery date due to any delays in the supply chain.

                  This paper has not been published on the author's request