Oracle Transportation Management (OTM) is a key piece of Oracle’s Value Chain Execution offering, a part of the comprehensive Supply Chain Management software application suite. Companies deploy OTM to minimize cost, optimize service levels, support sustainability initiatives, and create flexible business process automation within their transportation and logistics networks. We at Eminent are experts in the analysis, implementation and execution of OTM components and solutions. Contact us to explore the benefits of an OTM solution for you.
Key OTM Components include:
Transportation Operational Planning – Companies can optimize shipments based on cost, service level, and asset utilization by using business rules and logic along with powerful algorithms and optimization engines.
Freight Payment, Billing and Claims – Companies can work to eliminate unnecessary charges and automate time consuming and error prone processes of freight payment, customer billing, and managing freight claims.
Fleet Management – Companies can increase asset utilization by managing their private fleet and common carrier networks in a single application.
Transportation Sourcing- Companies can reduce transportation services costs by modeling their sourcing rules and objectives by utilizing a sophisticated set of optimization algorithms.
Transportation Intelligence- Companies can improve transportation decisions and help avoid future challenges by using a real-time transportation dashboard with information from transportation operations.
Transportation Cooperative Routing – Companies can strategically examine and optimize the use of third party carrier and internal fleet resources in their supply chain.
Forwarding and Brokerage Operations – Companies can improve delivery service, process efficiency and profitability by automating the freight forwarding and brokerage processes.
Logistics Inventory Visibility – Companies can reduce inventory levels and costs through real time visibility to on hand and in-transit inventory across their extended supply chains.