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  • Note: Asked MB for a replacement quote (else this one is fine). Need to replace – update this slide to show the expanded functionality depicted in the next slide. – MJ First off, what do we mean by transportation? It seems that every person or company means something different by this word … but we use it to refer to everything to do with moving products from the original source to the final destination. Key components of Transportation definition: Meet delivery promises by moving goods via multiple modes (e.g. railway, truck, planes, boat) Pick up and deliver goods at factories, warehouses, or customer locations Track and monitor goods in transport Process paperwork for regulatory approval or freight payment
  • Need to replace with the next slide – MJ There are many sources of pressure on Transportation processes - many have always been present, many are associated with the e-business transformations that have occurred over the last few years. Customer Expectations: As the speed of information flow continues to increase and there is more insight into this information, customers continue to place higher expectations on all suppliers. Accurate, rapid global shipment dates and visibility into the shipment status at any time in the transport process are just two examples of what customers expect when orders are being shipped. Variable Demand: The order pattern for many organizations has changed from infrequent, predictable bulk orders to that of customized, smaller, more frequent orders . This has been driven by a combination of new sources of demand such as the Internet , and changes in the buying habits of traditional customers. This order fragmentation increases the complexity of shipping options and also adds pressure on transportation costs. Fragmented Market: Adding to the pressures for transportation solutions is the fragmentation of transportation globally. Many companies today have local solutions to address regional regulations and requirements. With manufacturing occurring on a global basis, complex shipping networks have evolved to deliver the right product to the right customer in a timely fashion. This transformation has led to increased pressure on transportation / logistics costs and made strategies such as FTL more important than ever. Regulatory Compliance : Recent events have drastically increased security and compliance requirements for all transportation methods. Heightened security , both in terms of inspections and paperwork authorizations, is leading to higher potential for delays in the delivery process. Global customers are adding to the compliance challenge by increasing the need to adhere to international trade regulations.
  • Need to add or substitute in: Limited logistics visibility (order – shipment – inventory – settlement) Lack of automation Lack of automated exception recognition / resolution - MJ Common problems with traditional transportation solutions: Limited Collaboration with Providers and Customers Manual Transportation Execution Processes Disparate TMS Components and Complex Integration with the Rest of Supply Chain Systems Lack of visibility into shipment status during transit Costly Solution to Meet Global Requirements
  • Question: Do you have the date of this study? If you make these changes, the benefits are significant...
  • The direction of Oracle Transportation development is guided by our active Customer Advisory Board which supports all aspects of our logistics solution. Many of them were tired of the costs associated with supporting existing bolt-on solutions and asked Oracle to develop a solution of our own. Their input, together with that of our early adopters will be an important factor in the success of Oracle’s Transportation solution.
  • Fortunately, Oracle has acknowledged these problems faced by Transportation organizations and we have solutions to address your specific needs. With Oracle you can Integrate transportation with the rest of your Supply Chain without the costs, risks, complexities and restrictions associated with bolt-on systems Let’s take a look…
  • Today the global logistics industry is valued at > $3 trillion. ( BEAR, STEARNS & CO. INC. Feb. 2001) Tens of millions of shipments move across a very complex network- changing modes and crossing borders. Logistics has all the ingredients that the capital markets look for: highly fragmented, a huge market, dominated by small players, and plagued with legacy information system or none at all. The best business models are those that use the Internet to transform industries. The logistics industry still uses business principles from the 1930s, is ripe for change, and the Internet is the best medium. Let’s discuss four challenges facing the global supply chain logistics industry today. Islands of Connectivity. Typically a Shipper (a company that manufactures or distributes goods) interfaces with multiple carriers, freight forwarders, customs brokers, each with their own separate system. This lack of integration causes a lack of in-transit visibility, inability to re-plan the supply chain and a lot of expense to integrate to these disparate systems. With Oracle, a shipper can have global visibility across all modes of transportation. Isolated Procurement Do you have a global view of your transportation spend? Do you know which carriers are consistently delivering on-time and at the lowest costs? For many companies, this kind of information is scattered across departments, subsidiaries or even with individual employees. Consolidating and analyzing your transportation spend will allow you to to negotiate better rates with your transportation providers and eliminate costly spot buys. 3. National Silos As goods move across borders, the problem becomes even more complex. Export and Import laws, which vary by country, must be followed and any inconsistencies in documentation cause delays in customs clearance. Many times, goods sit in customs, without any automated way to let the shipper know that their goods are ‘stuck’. Customs clearance can be very unpredictable. 4. Accountability vacuum. Today, many shippers get their carrier service metrics and directly In a centralized transportation environment, Centralized performance data will be captured and intelligence metrics will be tied to contract rules.
  • Today the global logistics industry is valued at > $3 trillion. ( BEAR, STEARNS & CO. INC. Feb. 2001) Tens of millions of shipments move across a very complex network- changing modes and crossing borders. Logistics has all the ingredients that the capital markets look for: highly fragmented, a huge market, dominated by small players, and plagued with legacy information system or none at all. The best business models are those that use the Internet to transform industries. The logistics industry still uses business principles from the 1930s, is ripe for change, and the Internet is the best medium. Let’s discuss four challenges facing the global supply chain logistics industry today. Islands of Connectivity. Typically a Shipper (a company that manufactures or distributes goods) interfaces with multiple carriers, freight forwarders, customs brokers, each with their own separate system. This lack of integration causes a lack of in-transit visibility, inability to re-plan the supply chain and a lot of expense to integrate to these disparate systems. With Oracle, a shipper can have global visibility across all modes of transportation. Isolated Procurement Do you have a global view of your transportation spend? Do you know which carriers are consistently delivering on-time and at the lowest costs? For many companies, this kind of information is scattered across departments, subsidiaries or even with individual employees. Consolidating and analyzing your transportation spend will allow you to to negotiate better rates with your transportation providers and eliminate costly spot buys. 3. National Silos As goods move across borders, the problem becomes even more complex. Export and Import laws, which vary by country, must be followed and any inconsistencies in documentation cause delays in customs clearance. Many times, goods sit in customs, without any automated way to let the shipper know that their goods are ‘stuck’. Customs clearance can be very unpredictable. 4. Accountability vacuum. Today, many shippers get their carrier service metrics and directly In a centralized transportation environment, Centralized performance data will be captured and intelligence metrics will be tied to contract rules.
  • Procurement Extract or interface lane forecast information Aggregate and manage lane forecast Distribute to and collaborate with service providers Receive and optimize bids Award and upload rates into operational tables Procurement (from portal) Prepare bids using real history and forecasted projections Send out bid packages Optimize results and send out awards Load the winning contracts automatically into the execution environment
  • Asset Management Vessel Management Tiered Commitments Equipment Road rules Asset Management (from portal) Balance demand with available equipment capacity to dynamically configure your network and position assets where demand is needed in your supply chain
  • Financials Claims Value Added Tax (VAT) General Ledger Codes Auto-pay process – country regulations Settlement & Financials (Rating, Invoicing, Billing, Auditing) Freight Payment Match & Pay and Auto-Pay Send vouchers to financial system GC3 does not have to originally plan the shipments Customer Billing Create bills for your customers (internal or external) Send vouchers to financial system Cost Allocation Cost allocation to orders and order lines Understand transportation costs by: Order, Items, Suppliers, Customers, etc Apply G/L codes based upon order characteristics Send cost allocations to financial system Invoicing WEB based invoice & cost mgmt Automate to focus on exceptions Match & Pay Invoices provided by service provider via WEB or Integration Invoices matched, validated & approved Exceptions identified for manual review Auto-Pay System generated invoices provided to service provider Based on actual shipment activity and contract rates Financials (from portal) Match and pay, or auto-pay using the latest shipment data including planned and actual values and accessorials Use the allocation logic to identify costs by item for external billing or cost accounting Manage buy-side and sell-side logistics transactions to calculate profit margin for each shipment
  • Business Process Automation (BPA) Web Services Document Management Agent Threshold Tolerances Automatic Data Assignment Business Process Automation (BPA) (from portal) Configure workflow and automation using GC3’s tools to identify changes in operational assumptions, including shipment arrival times, inventory availability, late orders and other information, that may cause delivery or service level problems From the changes identified and with the impact quantified, use the BPA tools to re-plan automatically, or simply present feasible alternatives, in collaboration with your logistics service providers and trading partners
  • Logistics Order Management Electronic receipt of orders or manual entry Electronic receipt of data from an ERP or WMS for corporate shippers Electronic receipt of EDI order for LSPs. May act as an LSP’s order entry system – including ability to create order templates “ Ready to Ship” confirmations against an existing “Base Order” Order lines or Order ship units with line item contents Ability to calculate the number of required ship units based upon the quantities of items being ordered Production Lot Schedule support Critical-Path Movements Order Milestone Monitoring
  • Advanced Analytics View and edit KPIs and other historic metrics in a dashboard view Aggregate multiple KPIs into a overall indicator of an area’s performance Distribute logistic information and performance to internal and external partners Link execution performance to targeted levels Key Benefits Promotes Logistics Department Elevates Awareness and Recognition of Logistics Perception - value add vs. cost center Quantifies Business Strategy Highlights Areas of Strength and Opportunity Roadmap from Business Strategy to Operational Performance Operational Reporting & Document Generation GC3 Finders (standard product) Simple “reports” User configurable display fields Extensive query options Export data to Excel Oracle Reports (3 rd party software) Pre-configured standard reports Web Interface / Zero desktop installations Ability to push reports via PDF/e-mail from workflow engine Capability for complex reports / forms Fully integrated seamless reporting tool (UI and security) Oracle Discoverer (3 rd party software) Ad-hoc reporting tool integrated into security model Wizard Driven Ad Hoc Reporting Advanced Analytics (from portal) View consolidated key performance indicators (KPIs) down to the granularity of the base data Stay on top of the logistics network by geography, product line, carrier, supplier, etc. by drilling into the data to identify and fix problems before they disrupt your supply chain
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  • 1. G-Log Transportation Management Presenter’s Name Presenter’s Title
  • 2. Safe Harbor Statement The following is intended to outline our general product direction. It is intended for information purposes only, and may not be incorporated into any contract. It is not a commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality, and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decision. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for Oracle’s products remains at the sole discretion of Oracle.
  • 3. Oracle At-a-Glance
    • Globally…
    • #1 in Database
    • #1 in Supply Chain Mgmt
    • #1 in Customer Relationship Mgmt
    • #1 in Human Capital Mgmt
    • #1 in Industries
      • Retail
      • Communications
      • Public Sector
      • Professional Services
      • Financial Services
    • 275,000 total customers
    • 220,000 database customers
    • 30,000 applications customers
    • 19,000 SMB apps customers
    • 30,000 middleware customers
    • 17,700 partners
    • 60,000 employees
    • 14,000 developers
    • 7,000 support staff
    Founded in 1977. Headquarters in Redwood Shores, CA with operations in 145 countries.
  • 4. Transportation Management At-a-Glance “ 76% of logistics managers at major companies couldn’t trace the products en route or get updates .” Tracking
    • Real-time shipment status checking
    • Exception management and notifications
    Billing & Settlement
    • Freight payment and audit
    • Cost allocation
    Book / Tender
    • Full visibility to tender status
    • Direct link from system to carrier
    • Load consolidation and route planning
    • Mode & service provider selection
    Planning & Optimization
  • 5. Business Pressures Increased Demand for Comprehensive Transportation Mgmt Solutions … Impact
    • Transportation costs (6% of GDP) growing at an increasing rate
    • Expansion, consolidation, and globalization of outsourcing suppliers
    Shipper Pressures…
    • Capacity shortages of drivers, railcars, ocean slots, and ports
    • Increased regulation on hours of service rules and security procedures
    • Escalating fuel costs
    • Shrinking margins due to commoditization of basic services
    • Escalating end-customer expectations
    • Globalization driving complex global supply chains
    • Lean initiatives and increased volatility increasing supply risks
    • Shrinking margins due to commoditization of basic services
    Carrier Pressures…
  • 6. Operational Challenges Shipper Trading Partners Transportation Providers Carriers 3PLs Customs Brokers Contract Mfgrs Suppliers Forwarders
    • Lack of unified logistics process control and visibility
    • Long planning cycles with decisions based on outdated data
    • Paper and time intensive processes
    • Poor use of automation for exception recognition and resolution
    Customers Manual Processes Fragmented Organizations Planning Execution
  • 7. A Need for Change Leading Business Trends
    • Advanced Technologies to Address Global Network and Capacity Complexities
    • Drive to Control & Minimize Transportation Costs
    • Adapt to Changing Regulations via Automation
    • Rapid Response to Plan & Security Fluctuations
    • Increased Visibility through Partner Portals
  • 8. Transportation Management Opportunity 28.9% 42.1% 13.2% 13.2% 2.6% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% % of Companies Researched 1-5% 6-10% 11-20% 21-30% x > 30% Companies with Annual Transportation Spend > $10 Million Source: The Logistics Institute at Georgia Tech Savings Opportunity Transportation Mgmt Solutions can Save Most Companies 5-25%
  • 9. What Customers are Saying… CONFIDENTIAL: All capabilities and dates are for planning purposes only and may not be used in any contract “ Following an extensive selection process, we chose Oracle G-Log Transportation Mgmt web-native technology platform as it aligns with our corporate IT strategy. Their global data model and single instance of software will enable Tesco to deploy the solution worldwide, whilst maintaining central control and administration.” -- Colin Cobain, IT Director “ We've enabled our buying organization to reduce the number of days between placing an order & receiving the order by 30%…Although I wouldn't say it's reduced the number of exceptions in our supply chain, what it has done is made it easier to identify and manage exceptions.” -- Bill Parry, Vice President of Logistics “ We’re able to take transportation information from Asia, move it all the way through to the US and track it on the same system.” -- Martin Neil, Chief Technology Officer
  • 10. A Few More Customers… Retail Logistics Service Providers Manufacturing
  • 11. How Delivers
  • 12. Oracle G-Log Transportation Management Open and Scalable Service Providers Trading Partners Internal Systems Oracle G-Log Transportation Mgmt Order Mgmt Warehouse & Inv Mgmt Financials
    • Tender Offer
    • Tender Response
    • Ship Status
    • Invoice
    • Planned Shipment
    • Order Status
    • ASN
    • Order / Release Information
    • 100% Web-Based
    • Highly Configurable
    • Global Business Support
    • Orders
    • Product Location
    • Item Master
    • Planned Shipment
    • Confirmed Shipment
    • Payment Vouchers
    • Invoice Check and Match
    Continuous Planning Event Management Carrier Analysis On-Time Performance Customer Satisfaction Consolidate Loads / Moves Select Modes & Carriers Book / Tender Track & Trace Audit / Settle
  • 13. Oracle G-Log Transportation Management Best-In-Class Shipment Lifecycle Coverage Procurement Collaboration & Optimization Performance & Financial Analysis Logistics Order Management Shipment Planning & Optimization Service Provider & Asset Management Shipment Execution Freight Payment, Billing, Claims Global Logistics Visibility Supply Chain Event Management Operational Reporting & Document Generation Forwarding & Brokerage Operations CONFIDENTIAL: All capabilities and dates are for planning purposes only and may not be used in any contract
  • 14. Oracle G-Log Transportation Management Provides… High Performance Transportation Optimization Global Transportation Collaboration and Execution Logistics Automation with Exception Management Complete Logistics Network Visibility Global, Local, and Central Logistics Management
  • 15. Oracle G-Log Transportation Management Provides… High Performance Transportation Optimization Global Transportation Collaboration and Execution Logistics Automation with Exception Management Complete Logistics Network Visibility Global, Local, and Central Logistics Management
  • 16. Shipment Planning and Optimization Maximize Fulfillment Service, Minimize Transportation Costs
    • Container and trailer optimization & configuration
    • Shipment assignment, stringing & continuous moves
    • Fleet sizing & assignment (execution, strategic)
    • International shipping
    • Facility resource balancing
    • Bid collaboration and optimization
    Support a Wide Range of Optimization Needs
    • Route
    • Mode
    Optimized Decisions
    • Timing
    • Equipment
    • Multi-Leg Multi-Mode Consolidation
    • Common Leg Consolidation
    • Multi Stop Consolidation
    • Multi-Tier Networks
    • LTL Consolidation
    • Continuous Moves
    Algorithms
    • Consolidation
    • Service Provider
    Engines & Rules
    • Service Time Calculation
    • 3-Dimensional Container Optimization
    • Itineraries & Profiles
    • Carrier Capacity
    • Throughput
    • Rating
    CONFIDENTIAL: All capabilities and dates are for planning purposes only and may not be used in any contract
  • 17. Shipment Planning and Optimization
    • Dynamic Routing & Consolidation throughout Network
    • Intermediate Facilities for Consolidation
      • Consolidation pools and cross-docks
    • Dynamic Optimization
      • When to use pool vs. by-pass
      • Consolidation from pool
    • One order can involve multiple shipments, parties, and modes
    • Optimization can be performed for unlimited legs and modes
    Supplier Consolid Pool DC 1 Multiple Orders Supplier Supplier DC 2 Consolidated Multi-Stop Shipment DC Port Port (Guangzhou) (Chicago) (Hong Kong) (Los Angeles) Supplier Example: Multi-Tier Distribution Example: Multi-Leg, Multi-Mode China – US Order
  • 18. Highly Graphical Display of Results Relate Optimization Results to Actual Execution Consolidation Leg-specific shipment & order information
    • Multiple modes
    Multiple modes Multiple nodes
  • 19. Carrier Bid Optimization* Secure Best Value from Service Providers Oracle Global Logistics Load Execution Environment
    • Prepare bids using real history, forecasts, and actual orders
    • Electronically send out bid packages
    • Optimize results and send out awards
    • Automatically load the winning contract into the execution environment
    Your Company Receive Demand
    • Orders
    • Lane Forecasts
    Bid Initiation Quotes Award Notice Selected Carrier Optimized Award Recommendation Bid Packet Quote Analysis Accept Contract Transportation Service Providers *For fixed and variable rating
  • 20. Cooperative Routing Allocate Transportation Resources to Demand Division 1 Division 2 Division “n” Fleet Planning
    • In / outbound shipments
    • Transfers
    • Logical international legs
    Aggregated Shipping Demand
    • Establish execution rules that define continuous moves
    • Model and analyze resources, commitments, and constraints in the transportation network
    • Right-size fleet resources based on aggregate requirements
    • Locate and reposition fleet resources
    • Identify lanes better serviced via alternative method
    Results Fleet Resources and Capacity Rules and Regulations Tiered Commitments Shipping Costs
  • 21.
    • CHALLENGES / OPPORTUNITIES
    • Utilize factory gate pricing to reduce costs and gain complete control of inventory from supplier to store shelf
    • Support the flexibility and scalability required by their expanding business (e.g., 12.4% Revenue and 24.5% Profit Growth in 2004 alone)
    • Non-invasively integrate logistics management and key support systems to minimise both internal and external IT resources
    • Utilize web-native technology to eliminate financial and technical adoption barriers for supply chain partners
    • Deploy a “phase 1” solution within six weeks
    • SOLUTIONS
    • Live on Oracle G-Log Transportation Management
    • Also utilizes Oracle E-Business Suite for Financials and Procurement, PeopleSoft Enterprise for HR, and Oracle Retail (Retek) for Merchandising
    • COMPANY OVERVIEW
    • € 37B international retailer based in Cheshunt Hertfordshire, U.K.
    • 2,365 total stores throughout Europe and Asia selling 50K product lines (food retailing comprises over 2,000 stores)
    • 367,000 employees throughout Europe and Asia
  • 22. CUSTOMER PERSPECTIVE “ Following an extensive selection process, we chose Oracle G-Log Transportation Mgmt web-native technology platform as it aligns with our corporate IT strategy. Their global data model and single instance of software will enable Tesco to deploy the solution worldwide, whilst maintaining central control and administration.” -- Colin Cobain, IT Dir.
    • RESULTS
    • Improved on-time deliveries by 14%
    • Supports 24 / 7 shipping operation with 9 planners
    • Reduced cost per case by 10-15%
    • Plans and executes factory gate pricing for 6,000 daily shipments including the tracking of costs and performance service levels, order booking, and support for financial settlement
    • Automated 95% of all inbound scheduling resulting in improved availability, reduced stockholding, and increased vehicle / trip utilization
    • Automatically optimizes loads & manages communication with carriers
    • Eliminated EDI by enabling carriers and suppliers direct entry of shipment details (e.g., appointment, pick-up, out-gate times)
    • Integrated demand (from order management system) and status (from warehouse management system) with transportation logistics
  • 23. Oracle G-Log Transportation Management Provides… High Performance Transportation Optimization Global Transportation Collaboration and Execution Logistics Automation with Exception Management Complete Logistics Network Visibility Global, Local, and Central Logistics Management
  • 24. Transportation Execution Tightly Link Your Processes with Service Providers
    • Intermodal Support: Ocean, Air, LTL, TL, Rail
    • Electronic (EDI), Internet, and wireless communication
    • Share forecast, tender shipments, shipment status, delivery confirmation
    • Automated dock scheduling and partner collaboration
    Your Company Service Provider Internet: Picked-up Wireless: En route Internet: Delivered EDI 204: Load Tender Review & Approve Shipment Tender Accept Tender Pick-up Transport Deliver
  • 25. Automated Payments and Settlements Improve Cash Flow and Accounting Accuracy Support Settlements & Payments Based on Plans Generated in TM or Other System *Value-Added Tax and Non-Freight Related Charges Carriers Financial System Shippers / Customers
    • Allocate costs to orders & order lines for billing
    • Apply appropriate GL codes based on order characteristics
    • Calculate profit margin for each shipment
    • VAT & NFRC*
    • AR & AP Vouchers
    • Allocated costs
    Invoices via web or integration Pay based on actual shipment activity and contract rates Auto-Pay Payments Match & Pay Match, validate, and pay invoices; flag exceptions Payments Bills via web or integration
    • Intra-company cost transparency
  • 26. Automated Payments and Settlements Example: Auto-Pay Example: Match-and-Pay Carrier Proof of Delivery Voucher for Rated Amount Payment for Rated Amount Carrier Invoice Alert user if no match is found Alert user if amounts are out of tolerance Voucher for Approved Amount Payment for Approved Amount AP System AP System Find shipment matching the invoice Compare invoice amount with OGL calculated amount If amounts are within defined tolerances, approve invoice Create invoice Auto-match Auto-approve CONFIDENTIAL: All capabilities and dates are for planning purposes only and may not be used in any contract
  • 27. Seamless Trading Partner Collaboration Extend Capabilities to Service Suppliers and Customers PUS = Pick-Up Schedule = Flow of information = Flow of goods G-Log Transportation Management Supplier Customer Receiving LSP Cross-Dock LSP Regional DC Pick confirm shortage Ship confirm shortage Ship confirmation   Route & PUS data
    • Send pick confirmation
    • View PUS
    • Confirm ship quantity
    • Generate bar code labels
    • Review shipment status
    • Cross-dock manifesting
    • Status updates
    Customer Materials Control
    • Request pick-up
    • Raise supplementary PUS
    • View PUS status
    • Allocate equipment
    • Review shipment status
    • Control execution
    • Shipment management
    • Linehaul manifesting
    • Status updates
    • Maintain fixed route data
    • Plan daily fixed routes
    • Enter supplementary PUS
    • Append supplementary to plan
    LSP Planner Alerts CONFIDENTIAL: All capabilities and dates are for planning purposes only and may not be used in any contract
  • 28. Example 1: Request Pick-Up from 3PL Customer uses Shipper application to request services Specifies pick-up window… … and shipment details for multiple items CONFIDENTIAL: All capabilities and dates are for planning purposes only and may not be used in any contract
  • 29. Example 2: Order Status Change Collaboration is Transactional and Extends Beyond Visibility Shipper confirms shortage (200 ordered, 100 available) Customer sets Status to “URGENT” for next 4 deliveries Status is printed on shipment docs for action while in transit and upon receipt CONFIDENTIAL: All capabilities and dates are for planning purposes only and may not be used in any contract
  • 30.
    • CHALLENGES / OPPORTUNITIES
    • Improve in-transit inventory accuracy, visibility, and control
    • Capture real-time accurate data and eliminate manual, paper-based processes
    • Support higher production levels and increased model mix for the automotive industry
    • Improve customer service while reducing inbound supply chain costs
    • SOLUTION
    • Live on Oracle G-Log Transportation Management
    • COMPANY OVERVIEW
    • AUD$4 B provider of integrated transportation & logistics services, based in Melbourne (Australia)
    • Maintains a network of 450+ sites throughout the Australasian region and managed by 20,000 employees
    • Utilized Oracle Transportation Management as a key component of the core solution framework to develop an industry-focused Autologistics and Transport Operations Management (ATOM) solution
  • 31. CUSTOMER PERSPECTIVE “ Oracle continues to play a critical role in our growth strategy as it helps us deliver superior customer service and pass-through cost savings across the supply chain. Oracle G-Log Transportation Mgmt forms a key element in our core solution framework providing a scalable and flexible platform to address a wide range of customer value propositions. As a result, we have achieved a superior rate of return on our investment by winning new business with our customers.” -- Tom Thompson, Group General Manager
    • RESULTS
    • Increased freight managed in system by 400% in one year
    • Supports multiple industries with a single instance
    • Improved on-time delivery and customer satisfaction
    • Streamlined operational processes with improved collaboration
    • Enhanced supply chain efficiencies resulting in cost reductions
    • Improved in-transit shipment visibility for better decision-making
    • Supports industry-specific requirements for automotive, consumer packaged goods, and retail
  • 32. Oracle G-Log Transportation Management Provides… High Performance Transportation Optimization Global Transportation Collaboration and Execution Logistics Automation with Exception Management Complete Logistics Network Visibility Global, Local, and Central Logistics Management
  • 33. Foundation: Global Logistics Integration Leverage Fusion Middleware Standardized, Packaged Integrations via Web Services Orchestrated by BPEL XSL BPEL XML / XSL XML / XSL BPEL Web Services Orders Shipments Events Web Services Invoices Allocations Accruals EBS OM / WMS / Inv Mgmt EBS Purchasing Oracle Retail Other ERP / SCM EBS Financials Other Financials Oracle G-Log
  • 34. Business Process Automation Eliminate Time-Consuming, Error-Prone Processing
      • Establish business rules … Arrive at port 24 hrs prior to scheduled departure
      • Monitor activities … Container arrives at port
      • Assess activities … arrived at port 5 hrs prior to departure
      • Take action … re-run model for feasibility of on-time delivery
    Evaluate changes in business environment and automatically take appropriate actions Workflow-Driven … Replaced by… Manual, error-prone processes… … Configurable automation
  • 35. Seamless Order Processing Manipulate Orders to Best Meet Customer Demands
    • Integrate with OM and WMS to allow all supply chain partners to create new transportation orders
    • Provide visibility to purchase orders, release orders, and transportation orders with other systems and trading partners
    Destination1 Transportation Order Release “A” Destination 2 DC (Delivered) Orders Received Transportation Order Release “B” Customer (Delivered) Purchase Orders Demand EDI Notice! … Ready to Ship Batch Manual Cross Dock Split Order Fusion Middleware BPEL XSL Production Orders Customer Orders CONFIDENTIAL: All capabilities and dates are for planning purposes only and may not be used in any contract
  • 36. Supply Chain Event Management Keep Goods Flowing Across Your Changing Network Anticipate Analyze Resolve Collaborate
    • Configure monitors to track orders against shipment milestones
    • Confirm events or identify missed, abnormal, and out-of-sequence events
    • Customize logic to interrogate all incoming events
    • Trigger follow-up actions according to pre- defined conditions & thresholds
    • Automatically perform actions (e.g., re-planning) in response to common problems
    • Initiate resolution workflow based on changing conditions
    • Notify / alert internal and external users or IT systems of an event or action
    • Prompt users for response and process iteratively until resolved
    Monitor for Planned and Actual Events Evaluate Conditions Execute Automatic Response Notify Affected Parties
  • 37. Example: Vehicle Distribution Mgmt OEM Plant Dealer 1 Order: 1 VIN Dealer 1 Dealer 2 (Yokohama) (Los Angeles) OEM Plant Port Port Alert! … Delayed in customs Automated Action … Split shipment of vehicles Alert! … Dealer msg “Partial Ship” Automated Action … 1) Order and routing change 2) Expedite replenishment order
    • Receive Proactive Notifications and Rapidly Adjust to Unforeseen Delays
    • Utilize Event Management to Trigger Automated “Corrective Action” Flows
    A Simple Order… … Really Looks Like This
  • 38.
    • COMPANY OVERVIEW
    • Joint venture between CNF Inc. and General Motors Corporation
    • Provides supply chain management services for 1.95 million vehicles sold annually through 6,000 dealerships in 21 countries
    • CHALLENGES / OPPORTUNITIES
    • Multi-node, global inbound and outbound transportation environment
    • Ability to manage 11 points of origin, 130 intermediate shipping locations, and 100 logistics service providers
    • SOLUTION
    • Live on Oracle G-Log Transportation Management
    • RESULTS
    • Estimates $800K in annual savings from vehicle lead time reduction
    • Improved in-transit visibility for vehicles shipped within Europe
    • Provides visibility and event management to third-party logistics providers (3PL) for inbound and outbound transportation
    • Provides a centralized view of vehicle availability via a single vehicle logistics database integrated with GM’s supply chain planning and intelligence systems
    • Generates consistent, accurate KPIs for all parties involved in supply chain logistics
    • Reduced costs by eliminating unnecessary movement of vehicles
  • 39. Oracle G-Log Transportation Management Provides… High Performance Transportation Optimization Global Transportation Collaboration and Execution Logistics Automation with Exception Management Complete Logistics Network Visibility Global, Local, and Central Logistics Management
  • 40. Complete Logistics Network Visibility Planning Level Execution Level Dashboard Level Across… … the entire supply chain: from raw materials to point-of-sale … all roles: suppliers, planners, service providers, customers, management … all phases: before (planning), during (execution), after (improvement) Manufacturer Customer Consolidator Shipper
  • 41. Advanced Analytics and Reporting Continuously Monitor Logistics Network Performance
    • View KPIs & other historic metrics; proactively identify problems
    • Drill-down to base data level
    • Link execution performance to targeted levels
    • Distribute logistic info & performance to internal and external partners
    • Leverage standard, pre-configured reports
    • Create and apply complex forms / reports, as necessary
    • Support all reports, including ad hoc reporting and data export to Excel, in secure environment
    Align Operational Performance with Business Strategy Advanced Analytics Operational Reporting + Planning Level Execution Level Dashboard Level
  • 42. Visibility Example @ Planning Level Gain Visibility into Scheduled Events / Activities Gauge weight and volume utilization View multiple modes from single screen See status in and between nodes Reuse popular queries
  • 43. Visibility Example @ Execution Level Capture Actual Performance Information FREEDOM 12242420 By shipment, vessel, voyage, carrier By container PO, by carton # By container or carton contents CONFIDENTIAL: All capabilities and dates are for planning purposes only and may not be used in any contract Carton ID Line ID Style Color Size Width
  • 44. Visibility Example @ Dashboard Level Compare Data to KPIs and Identify Improvements Multiple dashboards Query by time and geography Drill to transaction shipment details Weight shipped by mode of transport
  • 45. Multi-Tenant Configuration and Security
    • Access role-based info, including specific views for trading partners
    • Prevent other users from accessing non-privileged info or taking non-authorized actions via role-based security
    • Provides the ability to expand without having to buy another system
    Business 2 Business n Business 1 Top Level Users Full Visibility Domain Users Partitioned Visibility Parent Company Configure Software for Specific Look & Feel … Provide Simple Access to Contextual Information
  • 46.
    • COMPANY OVERVIEW
    • $1.9B footwear retailer with nearly 1,300 stores in North America
    • Brand names include Famous Footwear, Naturalizer, Life Stride, Buster Brown, Dr. Scholls, Carlos, Barbie, Red Goose and various children's brands (e.g., Mary-KateandAshley, Spider Man)
    • 62% of revenue from retail outlets, 38% from wholesale distribution
    • CHALLENGES / OPPORTUNITIES
    • Fragmented, global supply base -- Imports 75 million pairs of shoes each year from Brazil, Italy, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Indonesia, and Mexico
    • SOLUTION
    • Live on Oracle G-Log Transportation Management
    • RESULTS
    • Improved visibility to in-transit shipments by up to 2 weeks
    • Re-routes shipments to alternate ports to avoid delays
    • Improved visibility to inbound shipments from China, Brazil, and Italy
    • Provides self-service tools for buyers to expedite / divert in-transit inventory
    • Enables ocean contract compliance with on-line global visibility to distance to destination (DTD) ocean carriers’ transportation rates
  • 47. Oracle G-Log Transportation Management Advanced analytics and reporting via multi-tenant configuration and security, graphically UIs with KPIs and access to drill-down details Configurable BPA and event mgmt for order processing and exception handling, automated corrective actions, alerts via UI or mobile devices Seamless customer-to-carrier transportation execution flows, automated payments & settlements, transaction-centric global collaboration Multi-mode, multi-leg, multi-tier shipment planning and optimization; integrated fleet planning and carrier bid optimization for services sourcing Complete Logistics Network Visibility Logistics Automation with Exception Management Global Transportation Collaboration and Execution High Performance Transportation Optimization CONFIDENTIAL: All capabilities and dates are for planning purposes only and may not be used in any contract
  • 48. Oracle G-Log Transportation Mgmt Products
    • Forwarding & Brokerage Operations
    • Logistics Inventory Visibility
    • Freight Payment, Billing & Claims
    • Transportation Management
    • Transportation Operational Planning
    • Transportation Sourcing
    Oracle G-Log Transportation Mgmt Continuous Planning Event Management Carrier Analysis On-Time Performance Customer Satisfaction Consolidate Loads / Moves Select Modes & Carriers Book / Tender Track & Trace Audit / Settle
  • 49. All Supported by Leading Technology
    • J2EE Application Server
    • Development Tools
    • Process Orchestration
    • Business Intelligence
    • Collaboration Tools
    • Data Hubs
    • Security / Identity Mgmt
    • Enterprise Portal
    • Web Services Mgmt
    • Real Application Clusters
    • Partitioning
    • Advanced Security
    • Data Mining
    • Spatial Data
    • OLAP
    • Warehouse Builder
    • Enterprise Management
    • Secure Backup
  • 50. Global, Local, and Central Management Oracle’s Solution Supports…
  • 51. Highly Scalable and Flexible Manage All Your Transportation Needs in One System Execute Locally…
    • Using multiple languages and currencies
      • English, Spanish, German, French, Chinese (simplified)
      • Support for all currencies, including in-system conversions
      • Screen customization by region / country, user groups
    • Accommodate region-specific rules and regulations
    Control Globally…
    • All inbound POs and outbound customer deliveries
    • Transfers between facilities, in different countries
      • Distribution centers to mfg - Intermediary nodes
    • Visibility into in-transit & at-rest inv. throughout network
    Manage Centrally…
    • All operational information in one location
      • Increase leverage for procurement
      • Apply best practices across regions
    • Cleanse data to achieve single source of truth
    • IT infrastructure to reduce support and maintenance costs
    • Evaluate processes holistically
    • Perform network analysis
  • 52. Global Logistics Network Meet the Needs of Even the Most Complex Situations
    • A Single Solution for Your Company, Your Customers, Your Suppliers
    • A Scalable Solution to Meet Your Changing Needs
    • Lights-Outs Global Planning, Executing, and Monitoring
    Receiving Manager Notification : Shipment has left Port of Bombay Vendor 1 Vendor 2 Vendor n Port of Bombay Port of Singapore Port of Antwerp Warehouse 1 Warehouse 2 Warehouse n Carrier Carrier What customer POs need to be consolidated into these outbound shipments? Forwarder Logistics Planner What are the BOL #s and container #s for these POs? Alert : Shipment’s ETA is 12 hours behind schedule Show me all styles / colors / sizes and the corresponding quantities in a container
  • 53.
    • COMPANY OVERVIEW
    • World leader in the agricultural and construction equipment businesses
    • $13B in revenues with 30 manufacturing sites and over 25k employees
    • Products sold in 160 countries through more than 11k dealers and distributors
    • Brought transportation operations in-house to reduce costs and increase visibility
    • SOLUTION
    • Live on Oracle G-Log Transportation Management
    • RESULTS
    • Lowered transaction, headcount, and carrier selection costs
    • Improved visibility to suppliers, shipment data, freight rates & payments, damage claims, and dealer destination charges
    • Retired legacy system in Europe
    • Live in United States and Europe less than 6 months after selection
    Case New Holland CUSTOMER PERSPECTIVE “ CNH embraced an aggressive plan to insource its N. American logistics operation and gain control of its global inbound transportation within a year. With the partnership of Oracle and the implementation of Oracle Transportation Mgmt, this plan was successfully executed.” -- Kathy Acker, IT Director
  • 54. Oracle G-Log Transportation Management                                                                                                                                                          Complete Logistics Network Visibility Logistics Automation with Exception Management High Performance Transportation Optimization Global Transportation Collaboration and Execution
  • 55.