Oracle Transportation Management 6.3.3 Functional Implementation Boot Camp

Oracle Transportation Management 6.3.3 Functional Implementation Boot Camp

 

Please be advised that this boot camp will be retired on 31st January 2017. After that date, please refer to Oracle’s Global Events Calendar for alternative courses and boot camps.

Oracle Transportation Management (OTM) 6.3.3 Functional Boot Camp prepares partners to implement the product using presentations, hands-on exercises and real-world configuration scenarios. Successful candidates will understand OTM "from A to Z", starting with how it is architected, and ending with how to generate a customer bill or payment voucher.

OTM delivers robust transportation planning and execution capabilities to shippers and third party logistics providers. It integrates and streamlines transportation planning, execution, freight payment, and business process automation on a single application across all modes of transportation, from full truckload to complex multi-leg air, ocean, and rail shipments.

To enroll in OPN Boot Camps, please search offerings currently available using Oracle’s Global Events Calendar.




Learn To

  • Configure shipments (simple direct shipments to complex international shipments)
  • Manage domains, rates and itineraries, service providers, and all the master date objects
  • Configure customer Fleets and Freight Payment ("Settlement") processes
  • Customize the User Interface (Screen Sets, Layouts, Business Monitors, Agents)
  • Understand the underlying OTM architecture

Audience

  • Functional Implementer
  • Sales Consultant

Oracle provides access to the Enablement 2.0 Boot Camp Program exclusively to Oracle Partners. Fees may vary by boot camp and geographic region and partners should check the instance details for the boot camp(s) they are interested in attending.

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Oracle Transportation Management 6.3.3 Functional Implementation Boot Camp

Please be advised that this Boot Camp will be retired on 31st January 2017. After that date, please refer to Oracle’s Global Events Calendar for alternative courses and Boot Camps.

Oracle Transportation Management (OTM) 6.3.3 Functional Boot Camp prepares partners to implement the product using presentations, hands-on exercises and real-world configuration scenarios. Successful candidates will understand OTM "from A to Z", starting with how it is architected, and ending with how to generate a customer bill or payment voucher.

OTM delivers robust transportation planning and execution capabilities to shippers and third party logistics providers. It integrates and streamlines transportation planning, execution, freight payment, and business process automation on a single application across all modes of transportation, from full truckload to complex multi-leg air, ocean, and rail shipments.

  • What You'll Learn?

    • Configure shipments (simple direct shipments to complex international shipments)

    • Manage domains, rates and itineraries, service providers, and all the master date objects

    • Configure customer Fleets and Freight Payment ("Settlement") processes

    • Customize the User Interface (Screen Sets, Layouts, Business Monitors, Agents)

    • Understand the underlying OTM architecture

  • Who Should Take This Boot Camp?

    • Functional Implementer

    • Sales Consultant

  • How Do I Enroll?

    To enroll in OPN Boot Camps, please search offerings currently available using Oracle's Global Events Calendar.

    Note: Oracle provides access to the Enablement 2.0 Boot Camp Program exclusively to Oracle Partners. Fees may vary by Boot Camp and geographic region, and partners should check the instance details for the Boot Camp(s) they are interested in attending. (OPN Cancellation Policy)

  • How Do I Request a Boot Camp?

    If you want to attend to a Boot Camp that you don't see on the schedule, or if you would like to request that we deliver a Boot Camp in a specific location or at a specific date, send us a request.


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