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  • RobinKiesSupply Chain Specialist3M CompanyJamesBlaeserPublisherAmerican ShipperAngelaBottaTechnical AnalystArkemaIncRayCostelloMake to Ship Process Specialist Campbell SoupPaulLeeFinancial Business Analyst CharlottePipe and Foundry CompanyRajeevDasProgram ManagerCognizant Technology SolutionsDavidMeteviaGlobal Distribution Planner Dow CorningJaymeTertulianoSupply Chain Program Manager ExxonMobil Business Services CompanyCraigKennedyDirector of IS Haas AutomationTapanShahDevelopment Lead - Logistics Planning Hewlett PackardAnkurGuptaSenior Manager, TM SystemsHPReginaDa CruzSAP-COE Americas LeaderINFINEUM USA L.PSubbaYantraDirectorIntrigo SystemsMichaelVan DanSAP Business Systems Analyst Pentair WaterChrisAttardoGlobal SalesSAPJeremyGoodDirectorSAPBillKingDirectorSAPJamesWigginsSolution Principal Supply Chain ExecutionSAPPerryZalevskyIndustry Principal, Mill Products & MiningSAPRainerMöckelBusiness DevelopmentSAP AGManojNarangBusiness Development ManagerSAP Labs India Pvt LtdSteveKadolphSAP Retail Supply Chain Principal SAP Retail Inc.GregArbogastBusiness System AnalystSealed Air CorporationKeithSouthDirector IT ApplicationsStyronJeffGradyLogistics Manager - North America Tenneco AutomotiveBobbyVirkApplication Analyst The Hershey Company
  • Order Integration – show order change….
  • Truckload (Truck & trailers, compartmentsbulk tank, refrigerated...)Less Than Truck Load (direct, multi-stop, pool, round-trip)
  • Comprehensive transportation document mgmt.Document creation, printing, status management(Out-of-the box form templates for bill of ladings (road, sea, air), labels, forwarding instructions... ) Integrated logistics & fulfillment managementSAP ERP integration for inbound & outbound processingSAP EHS integration for dangerous goods handlingIntegrated customs & compliance managementSAP GTS for export doc. & customs procedure processingTransportation execution visibility & monitoringShipment visibility for customers, supplier, carriersIntegrated event management for event notification & handling

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  • SAP Customers are Producing…. 86% 70% 50% Of sport shoes Of chocolate Of branded jeans worldwide worldwide worldwide 9 Mio. 72% 77.000 Tons of cheese Of beer production Cars per day worldwide ...and all of this has to be transported & stored© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 1
  • SAP Transportation ManagementRun Better with SAP
  • SAP Customers Invest in Transportation & Warehousing for… Reduced costs Increased efficiency Better service & productivity levels Greater visibility Process automation Compliance and& decision support and scaleability sustainability© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 3
  • Automation – drives value© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 4
  • SAP Transportation and Logistics Mission and Strategy The Worlds Best Supply Chain Execution Solution Mission The Thought Leader in Supply Chain Convergence Supply Chain Execution Leadership© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 5
  • Strong SAP TM Momentum and Success Over 50 new customers in 2011 Across all regions In all transportation-relevant industries Over 20 ongoing implementation projects Productive use of SAP TM in multiple industries and sites around the globe Consumer Products, Chemicals, High Tech, Wholesale Distribution, Logistics Service Providers,… Strong and growing SAP and Partner Service Portfolio© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 6
  • Automating DecisionsScenario overviewSales Order – Automated Routing and TenderingShipper Plant(Chicago,USA) Automated Routing Customer (Bellevue, USA) Size – for example, Truckload, Parcel Service – UPS, next day air, 3 day ground Priority – Rush orders© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 7
  • SAP TM „Go Button‟ example – Decide Shipment based on Order Information Shipper Shipper (SAP ERP) (SAP TM) Carrier Create Create Sales Order Transportation. Request (OTR) Create Freight Receive and Order Respond to Tender Transportation Execution Carrier Processes (Docs/Tracking) Freight Invoice & Calculate Freight Invoice Transportation Verification Charges© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 8
  • Three strategies to running better for you withSAP Transportation Management (SAP TM)Achieve superior Reduce overall Improve logisticscustomer satisfaction logistics costs efficiency, readiness,levels by delivering and agilitythe perfect order© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 9
  • Overview SAP Transportation ManagementSolution Coverage SAP Transportation Management Transportation Specialist Transportation Transportation Planner (i.e., Tendering) Dispatcher Charge Clerk Order Freight Planning Freight Execution Freight Management and Tendering and Monitoring Settlement  SAP ERP integration:  Manual and Automatic  Logistics Execution  Freight Agreement Order-to-Cash, Planning and Management  Transportation Status Procure-to-Pay Dispatching Visibility and  Charge and Tariff  Resource and Carrier Mgmt.  Freight Orders Monitoring Selection  Forwarding Orders  SAP ERP integration:  Order Tendering Forwarding and Freight  Freight Bookings  Ocean Booking Order Settlement Analytics and Reporting Event Management Import/Export, Dangerous Goods and Compliance Document and Output Management Integration and Connectivity© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 10
  • Orders drive your Transportation. What about order changes? What about last minute rush orders? What about customer delivery requests? What about legal requirements?© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 11
  • Sales Order is synchronized with SAP TMOrganization has one view of the customer order.© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 12
  • Transportation Execution Opportunities – RoutingWhere you have the cost savings Local courier services may be less expensive than next day overnightInbound Controlling vendor Consignee 1 Outbound inbound freight and Combining more Supplier 1 taking advantage of expensive Less-than- consolidation. C3 Truckload (LTL) into less C2 expensive Truckload S2 multi-stop. Or TL to C4 Intermodal. S3 Plant / DC C5 Cross-dock Pushing higher transportation costs C6 closer to the delivery location S4 C7 through with Pool points. C8Consolidation of freight from C9multiple vendors into onecontainer for international Port, US Port, Germany Internationalinbound shipping Managing multi-modal shipments through various transfer points such as Ports and Borders while considering total costs© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 13
  • Transportation Cockpit One stop shop – Streamlining your processes Example Process: Transportation Planning Order Orders in TM Freight Shipment Tendering ExecutionProcessing Planning Creation (ERP) Orders Shipments Equipment Shipment Details & Schedules © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 14
  • Freight Planning Details Transportation optimization planning Example Process: Transportation Planning Order Orders in TM Freight Shipment Tendering ExecutionProcessing Planning Creation (ERP) Example UI: Transportation Planning Cockpit Orders Shipments Building strategies: Carrier selection options: Freight Cost, priority, lane consolidation / split Business share Maximum transportation quantities Shipments Compatibility Planning constraints: Requested delivery date/times Vehicle Resources/ Driver operating hours Schedules Time windows Variants: Trip & un/loading durations Transport schedules Truck, rail, ocean, air Truckload Vehicle availability & capacities Less-than-truck-load Incompatibilities Handling resources Map Integration – Graphical routing Costs (load, penalty)… © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 15
  • SAP TM Transportation CockpitHighly Flexible Role and User-Specific User InterfacePower User (Transportation Manager) layoutwith rich UI content and functionality Simplified Transportation Clerk layout with simplified 2 frame layout© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 16
  • Demo
  • SAP Transportation Management Transportation Specialist Transportation Transportation Planner (i.e.Tendering) Dispatcher Charge Clerk Order Freight Freight Freight Management Planning & Execution & Settlement Tendering Monitoring Analytics & Reporting Event Management Import / Export, Dangerous Goods & Compliance Document & Output Management Integration & Connectivity© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 19
  • SAP TM Basic Processes – Order Based Shipper scenario example Shipper Shipper (SAP ERP) (SAP TM) Carrier Create Create Sales Order Transportation Request Create Deliveries (to WM / eWM) Create order(s) Create Shipment (Post Goods Issue) Plan order(s) Create Freight Order Receive and from order(s) Respond to Tender Transportation Carrier Processes Execution Freight Invoice & Calculate Freight Invoice Transportation Verification Charges© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 20
  • Measuring and Monitoring key logistics‟ milestonesEnable real-time event response to empower exception management Integrated Event Management Event notification & tracking via Freight Execution SAP Event Mgmt. Tracking Event Notification & Reporting Execution status integrated in the TM planning cockpit© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 21
  • Event Monitoring© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 22
  • Transportation AnalyticsComprehensive, Flexible Reporting Capabilities Transportation Dashboard Embedded Contextual Analytics Role and User-Specific Worklists Ad hoc Reporting on Mobile Devices© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 23
  • SAP Information InterchangeOut-of-the-Box Network for all B2B Demands Customers ERP 3PLs BPP Content Engine TM OCEAN Item Party SAP Process Location Portal Integration SAP II EM Carriers Supplier SAP II covers all B2B relevant SAP SAP II connects to all B2B relevant processes business partners© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 24
  • SAP Mobile Scenarios for Transportation ManagementSAP mobile solutions for keeping your Carriers and Customers informedSAP Transport Tendering SAP Transport Tracker© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 25
  • SAP Transportation Management ScenariosPredefined, Best Practice Transportation Scenarios with SAP TM Scenario Overview – Integrated, end-to-end transportation scenarios – Predefined, best practice processes & configuration Scenarios Covered – Domestic Inbound Transportation – International Inbound Logistics – Outsourced Transportation – Domestic Outbound Transportation – International Outbound Transportation Scenario Deliverables (in Solution Manager) – Scenario Description – Scenario Configuration Guides (incl. Scenario Master Data) Benefits Reduced implementation time, effort and cost Efficient, lower cost operations© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 26
  • SAP Rapid Deployment Solutions…Packaging now becomes part of the SAP DNA…SAP RAPID DEPLOYMENT SOLUTION Complete solution, ready-to-run Fixed scope, fixed cost, 100% transparent For new customers, but also fits with existing landscape, ready to expand in modular steps Fast time to value Low software : services ratio RDS Solutions for SAP TM 8.0 SAP Transportation Management rapid-deployment solution for domestic transportation planning SAP Transportation Management rapid-deployment solution for domestic freight tendering© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 27
  • Top Executive Strategies to ControlTransportation Cost It’s not all about Optimization………… “ Now, more than ever, Best-in-Class companies are embracing the people, processes and technologies that drive superior results which are needed to address global cost challenges and service requirements to meet corporate objectives.” Source: Bob Heaney, Integrated Transportation in a Capacity Constrained Global Market, Aberdeen Group, August 2011 © 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 28
  • Integrated SAP Applications & ProcessesNative integration for synchronized planning & executionERP Sales Order ERP & EWM LogisticsScheduling Execution ERP Billing & InvoicingDelivery date & ATP Delivery & shipment Customer freight invoicingScheduling execution, Carrier/supplier freight settlement SAP Transportation ManagementERP Order Integration ERP DG SAP Global SAP Event mgmtTM transportation Management Trade Services Event notification &planning Dangerous goods data Customs procedure & monitoring approval processing, Sanction Party List & Embargo Checks© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 29
  • Top Analysts in logistics validate the depth, vision andfunctionality of SAP TM “This is a major supply chain management announcement for SAP and SAP manufacturing, retail and distribution customers.” “TM 8.0 is now a viable transportation management offering that covers the core transportation functionality of planning, execution, settlement, track-and-trace and performance management.” Dwight Klappich, AMR Gartner, in interview to American Shipper, 06/22/2011 “SAP has invested a lot of time and money enhancing the solution and addressing the shortcomings of previous versions. Cargill, for example, is in the early stages of implementing TM 8.0 across its 75 business units for truckload, less-than-truckload, and rail,” Adrian Gonzalez, “Logistics Viewpoints‟, 06/24/2011 “TM 8.0 is a holistic transportation solution that covers end-to-end business scenarios such as domestic and international inbound and outbound shipments.”  SAP is #1 in the overall TMS market *  SAP is #1 in the TMS software category  SAP is #1 in the Transportation Planning and Execution segment Steve Banker, “Transportation Management Systems: Worldwide Outlook 2011-2016” report by ARC, May 2012© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 31
  • Innovation Areas 2011 - 2015 for Transportation Mgmt.Solid, continuous investment in SAP Transportation Management Industry-specific transportation management processes Supply Chain Execution Platform HANA-powered applications & platform Parcel management Track & trace Fleet management & tracking Hub handling Door appointment scheduling Contract, opportunity & service mgmt. Mobile applications TCO / TCI (Rapid Deployment Solutions) …..© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 32
  • SAP Supply Chain Execution CommunityLearn more about our solutions: Join the CommunityAccess Linked-In Group: – SAP Transportation Management SAP Community Network (SCN) – A Collaboration Workspace in SCN – Simple registration via https://cw.sdn.sap.com/cw/community/sce – A dedicated Supply Chain Execution Community for SAP Transportation Mgmt., Extended Warehouse Mgmt., & Event Mgmt.Goal Network Building & Collaboration Knowledge Sharing EnablementCoverage Community Interation – Discussion, Q&A, Feedback Information Sharing – News – Marketing assets – Implementation documents & guides – Events & Education© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 36
  • Key Points to Take Home›Transportation and Logistics is a major investment area forSAP› Strong industry focus ensures delivery of best-in-classsolutions with industry-specific capabilities.› SAP is working in close collaboration with customersthroughout the entire development life cycle› The SAP Transportation and Logistics development roadmapprovides a solid path for supply chain execution networkcoverage and convergence› Usability, TCO and packaged services are major T&L focusareas to leverage the full value potential of our solutions› Brings Value to you and your organization!© 2011 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 37
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