Oracle Transportation Management

Oracle Transportation Management

This course is designed to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of the core functional components of Oracle Transportation Management (OTM) and Global Trade Management (GTM) product options. It is an intensive, hands-on course that covers a widerange of topics in just four days.

The course starts by providing an overview of OTM and GTM product options, followed by a demonstration of how to find what you need in OTM. Participants will learn how to customize OTM pages, enter data to model sample business processes, and create orders and releases in OTM.

One of the key areas covered in the course is the end-to-end shipment workflow. Participants will learn how to build direct, multi-stop, and multi-leg buy shipments via actions and bulk planning. They will enter data for locations, calendars, carriers (service providers), and other data required for entering purchase orders and order releases. Participants will also create rate structures for the transport modes of truckload, less-than-truckload, and ocean, and then plan buy shipments for these modes.

The course also covers how service providers accept or decline tenders and enter buy shipment tracking events once a shipment is in transit.

Participants will learn how to review order movements and network routing, and optionally review OTM log files and how to upload data to OTM via CSV files. Ground schedules and trip templates are also covered as
optional topics.

It is important to note that this course is taught from the buy shipment perspective, and sell shipments are not covered. Additionally, this course only covers the basic capabilities of OTM and does not cover the additional product options available for purchase.

By the end of the course, participants will have a solid understanding of the core functionalcomponents of OTM and be able to quickly get up and running on OTM at their facility.

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