Panduit leveraged the reliability, scalability, and security of Oracle Transportation Management Cloud Service to transform our transportation processes and to optimize cost, service level, and the supply chain network to efficiently deliver the most trusted customer experience.
With operations in more than 120 countries, and an extensive network of distributors, Panduit is a world-class developer and provider of leading-edge solutions that connect, manage, and automate the physical infrastructure that supports power, communication, computing, control, and security systems. Its solutions for enterprise data centers, industrial construction, industrial automation, and original equipment manufacturers, maintenance repair and operations—include energy-efficient cabinets, copper and fiber systems, power and grounding solutions, intelligent hardware, control panel systems, high-speed cabling, cable routing, harness systems, and more. These solutions help customers integrate core business systems for a smarter, unified business foundation.
Panduit required a sophisticated transportation management system to enable it to optimize its global freight spend. Oracle Transportation Management Cloud enabled us to optimize our shipments through consolidation, enhance our in-transit visibility, automate our freight settlement, and leverage the application’s embedded analytics to improve our operational efficiency.
In 2015, Panduit deployed Oracle Transportation Management Cloud Service in Mexico, as well as in The Netherlands for its European market. In 2016, Panduit’s Oracle logistics roadmap is focused on continuing to optimize its use of Oracle Transportation Management Cloud’s components in those two regions, and deploy it in its United States-based facility.
Additionally, another primary focus for Panduit is to implement Oracle Global Trade Management Cloud Service, and integrate it with Oracle Transportation Management Cloud Service to further streamline business processes and ensure compliance with complex international trade requirements.