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Communications Partner Summit - Oracle OTM Philadelphia, PA. April 23, 2009
Copyright ©2008 Oracle. All rights reserved. Oracle and Toshiba Confidential and Proprietary 2 Today’s Comms Transportation Requirements Global scope – Complete supply chain – inbound materials, finished goods, parts, etc. – Ship anywhere to anywhere – Truck, ocean, air, rail, etc. Optimization – Reduce / control transportation costs – Integrated planning & execution Multi-party collaboration – Suppliers, contract manufacturers – Carriers, 3PLs, forwarders, brokers – Process & system integration Visibility – Real-time status information – Automation & Proactive resolution Flexibility – Adapt quickly to new supply chain requirements and opportunities
Copyright ©2008 Oracle. All rights reserved. Oracle and Toshiba Confidential and Proprietary Oracle Transportation Management Unique Global Transportation Platform Execute Locally… Using multiple languages and currencies - Multiple languages in single system - Support for all currencies - User interface configuration by region / country, user groups Accommodate division-, region- and mode-specific business practices Control Globally… Plan, execute, track and settle for all orders / shipments - All divisions - All product flows (inbound, outbound, internal) - All modes: truck, ocean, air and rail Visibility across the global network Manage Centrally… All operational information in one location - Centralized visibility - Centralized buy & sell rates - Centralized reporting Single set of integration points for customers, carriers, partners Single IT infrastructure to support
Copyright ©2008 Oracle. All rights reserved. Oracle and Toshiba Confidential and Proprietary 4 Acknowledged Leadership Forrester Research, Inc., “The Forrester Wave™: Transportation Management Solutions, Q1 2008”, by Patrick M. Connaughton, January 29, 2008 Gartner, Inc., “Magic Quadrant for Transportation Management Systems, 2007”, by Dwight Klappich, January 2, 2008 Forrester Gartner
Copyright ©2008 Oracle. All rights reserved. Oracle and Toshiba Confidential and Proprietary 5 Sample OTM Customers Retail Logistics Service Providers Manufacturing February 2008
Copyright ©2008 Oracle. All rights reserved. Oracle and Toshiba Confidential and Proprietary 6 Transportation Order Management Global Visibility Supply Chain Event Management Business Intelligence (Analytics & Reporting) Freight Forwarding and Brokerage Buy/Sell Contract Management Cooperative Route Planning Transportation Sourcing Transportation Planning Transportation Execution Freight Payment, Billing and Claims Oracle Transportation Management (OTM) Breadth & Depth to Support Best Practices
Copyright ©2008 Oracle. All rights reserved. Oracle and Toshiba Confidential and Proprietary 7 OTM Product Strategy Focus Areas Global Transportation Platform – All transportation activity on a single platform – Multi-division/customer, -mode, -geography Fleet & Asset Management – Manage transportation assets (drivers, trucks, trailers, containers, totes, etc) Global Trade Management – Global platform for transportation & trade – Manage all aspects of cross-border transactions Supply Chain Security – Visibility, regulatory compliance, chain of custody Supply Chain Execution – Integrated warehousing and transportation Environmental Sustainability (Green) – Measurement and minimization of impacts
Copyright ©2008 Oracle. All rights reserved. Oracle and Toshiba Confidential and Proprietary 8 Traditional Sources of Savings From TMS BENEFIT AREASPERCENTAGE OF SAVINGS Optimal Mode/Carrier Decisions Optimized LTL to Multi-Stop Truckload Or Pool Carrier Consolidation Improved Efficiency In Operations Core Carrier Program/Using Data to Improve Negotiations Continuous Moves Basic Order Consolidation Improved Freight Settlement/Audit Freight Spend Savings 2 - 5% Freight Spend Savings 5 - 20% Reduced Overhead 10 - 30% Freight Spend Savings 3 - 10% Freight Spend Savings 2 - 5% Freight Spend Savings 1 - 2% Freight Spend Savings 2 - 5%
Copyright ©2008 Oracle. All rights reserved. Oracle and Toshiba Confidential and Proprietary 9 Five Key Ways That TMS Can Rapidly Reduce Costs By Up To 30% Sources: CIBER, 2005. ActivityBenefitsValue Impact Contract Management Optimal Load & Route Least-Cost Mode/ Carrier Selection Shipment Execution Performance Improve- ment & Monitoring Maintain accurate rates Accurately record accessorials Prevent downstream errors Create shipments given real-world constraints Move shipments to lower-cost modes Minimize dock congestion Compare cost across modes & lanes Prevent maverick/off-plan spending Monitor carrier price performance Automate repetitive tasks Manage by exception Provide corporate web access to shipment status to all stakeholders Capture internal and external perform- ance metrics quickly & accurately Fact-based continuous improvement Allocate freight costs accurately 5-10% reduction in current administrative costs 5-17% reduction in annual freight spend 2-7% reduction in annual freight spend 1-5% reduction in annual freight spend 1-3% reduction in annual freight spend
Copyright ©2008 Oracle. All rights reserved. Oracle and Toshiba Confidential and Proprietary 10 Track Record For Customer Success – 180+ enterprise OTM customers, – Fastest ROI, Lowest Risk Proven Integration – Best of Breed solution constructed for collaboration across the enterprise – Customers are increasing profits using OTM Broadest and Deepest Enterprise TMS Solution Footprint – Broadest solution & strong adoption across multiple industries – Extensive, modular approach with international deployment – Largest development staff in TMS industry to support aggressive pipeline Best-in-Class, Business Ready Applications – Out-of-the-Box, Configurable Applications – Fastest Time-To-Implement & Lowest Overall TCO Why OTM in Communications Vertical
Copyright ©2008 Oracle. All rights reserved. Oracle and Toshiba Confidential and Proprietary
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