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Date: August 14 –17, 2016
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. EDT
Location: Loews Hotel, Philadelphia, PA
The OTM User Conference brings together beginner, advanced, and prospective OTM software users to share best practices, collaborate on ideas for future upgrades, and meet Oracle representatives.
The OTM SIG is a special interest group of OAUG (Oracle Application Users Group) that focuses on Oracle's Transportation Management (OTM) software. This users group was formed so that OTM users can link up to exchange knowledge and best practices on technical and business issues and address critical logistics and information requirements across global supply chains. The OTM SIG has developed a unique forum to incorporate the strength of the
transportation management system (TMS) tool and its knowledge base of its diverse business groups. Together, members share configuration ideas and promote opportunities for independent success and growth.
Infosys at the event
Infosys, a global leader in technology services and consulting, with its strong Oracle Logistics competency, is a Silver sponsor at the OTM SIG Conference 2016. At this conference, we will showcase our comprehensive set of OTM offerings, platforms, and services that have enabled businesses to reinvent their logistics function. Moreover, our team of experts shall deliver presentations on pertinent topics across the OTM sphere. In addition, a training session on ‘OTM 6.4.1 – new features’ is scheduled to be delivered by the Infosys OTM competency.
Attend our sessions to understand how we can help optimize your businesses through OTM, Global Trade Management (GTM), and cloud offerings. Please visit our Infosys Booth (table no.3) to learn more from our experts and leaders. For more information about the OTM SIG 2016 event, please visit the official website
Topic: Training Session - OTM v6.4 New Features
Date/Time: Monday, 15th August, 2016 | 04:20 – 05:35 p.m. (EDT)
Venue: Commonwealth A, Loews Hotel Philadelphia, 1200 Market Street
Presenter: Vipin Kumar Madan, Senior Consultant, Infosys
This functionally oriented talk will show how to configure and use OTM to take advantage of the Transportation Sourcing feature. We will present an end-to-end Truckload-oriented use case. After attending this talk, attendees will have a jump-start on using OTM Transportation Sourcing to conduct a bid, understanding all the steps involved at a detailed level
Topic: Driving Operational Excellence in Inbound Logistics using OTM (Co-Presentation with CISCO)
Date/Time: Tuesday, 16th August, 2016 | 04:10 – 05:00 p.m. (EDT)
Venue: Commonwealth D, Loews Hotel Philadelphia, 1200 Market Street
Presenter: Vamshi Krishna Reddy M, Senior Consultant, Infosys
Having achieved process efficiency and cost savings in the outbound logistics using OTM, Cisco has recently launched a new initiative which aims at driving the same operational excellence and process improvements in its inbound logistics. Join us as we share our experiences in leveraging OTM capabilities for managing the Inbound freight, enhancing the shipment visibility and expedited cost management in a vast and complex global supply chain network comprising of suppliers, PCBAs, Fulfillment Sites
Topic: Advantages of Arbitrary rate offering
Date/Time: Wednesday, 17th August, 2016 | 09:10 – 10:00 a.m. (EDT)
Venue: Commonwealth B, Loews Hotel Philadelphia, 1200 Market Street
Presenter: Pushkar Dixit, Principal Consultant, Infosys
Arbitrary rate or arbitrary leg is a solution for organizations using multi modal transportation with more focus on sea transportation. System integrators face several issues while implementing this functionality. This presentation will demonstrate the correct way of implementing arbitrary rate offerings as well as the advantages of the same
Vipin Kumar Madan
Senior Consultant, Infosys Ltd.
Topic: OTM 6.4.1 – new features training
Vamshi Krishna Reddy M
Senior Consultant, Infosys Ltd.
Topic: Driving operational excellence in inbound logistics using OTM
Co-presentation with client – CISCO
Principal Consultant, Infosys Ltd.
Topic: Advantages of arbitrary rate offering