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ID Module

Planning

2 Transportation Network Optimization


Execution

4 Shipment Tracking
Analysis
5

System Definition and Implementation

6
Product Technology

7
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Planning
Chain Execution Suite makes it very fast to evaluate wel
commercial software market. If your company intends t
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business exigencies.

Product Technology

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System Definition and Implementation


System Definition and Implementation

Analysis Shipment Trackin

Rating Distribution
Oracle Transportation Management
Module Description Total Supporte Supported Add on Modificati
criteria d by Partner Partner on
Building upon the data model established during system
implementation, the TMS should include application tools to
enable the user to link rates, routes and contracts to
shipment, product, supplier/customer and carrier data.
Additional features include tools to enable route and
equipment optimization. In the case that these functions are
addressed in point applications the TMS should support the 20 15 1 0 0
interactive sharing of data with these external applications.

36 30 1 0 0
The TMS should enable the user to seamlessly interface
with order fulfillment applications to make the association
between products, origin and destination relationships and
transportation movements. 23 19 0 0 0

26 21 0 0 0
Data gathered through the execution stages should be
available for analysis and reporting, both real-time queries 20 17 0 0 0
and ad hoc and structured reporting.

The TMS should include tools and applications to enable the


user to create profiles for all contracts, associated carriers,
and trade lanes for inter-modal and multi-leg moves. This
should support regional as well as international
transportation movements. The key to the successful
operation of the TMS is a robust foundation created during 69 53 2 1 0
the system implementation.
This group of criteria defines the technical architecture of
the product as well as the technological environment in
which the product can run successfully. Criteria include
product and application architecture, software usability and
administration, platform and database support, application
standards support, communications and protocol support
and integration capabilities. Relative to the other evaluation
criteria, best practice selections place a lower relative
importance on the product technology criterion. This
apparently lower importance is deceptive because the
product technology usually houses the majority of the
selecting organization's mandatory criteria, which generally
include server, client, protocol and database support,
application scalability, and other architectural capabilities.
The definition of mandatory criteria within this set often 74 47 0 0 0
allows the client to quickly narrow the long list of potential
vendors to a short list of applicable solutions that pass
muster relative to the most basic mandatory selection
criteria.

Rating Distribution Legend


Name Description
Add-on Partner Supported via add-on products offered by partners
Customization Supported via customization (changes to the source code)
Future Release Supported in a future release
Modification Supported via modification (screen configurations, reports, GUI t
Not Supported Unsupported
Supported Supported as delivered out-of-the-box
Supported by Partner Supported via an integrated partner solution
Third Party Support Supported via an existing third party solution
Unrated The vendor or provider has not yet submitted information for a r
nsportation Management vs JDA Software Group Supply Chain Execution Suite
Transportation Management Systems
Oracle Transportation Management
Supply Chain Execution Suite
Systems Software Comparison Report featuring Oracle Transportation Management versus JDA Software Group Supply
ry fast to evaluate well-known systems, their competitors, and other entrants in the Transportation Management
ur company intends to buy a Transportation Management system or you would like to benchmark the requirements of
rtation Management software comparison report gives you a hand to inspect the series of functionalities of these 2
are solutions you chose in a comprehensive, fist-to-fist assessment. The Comparison Report helps you scrutinize
uble the extant to which different Transportation Management software can address your technical, functional, and

Transportation Network Optimization

Execution
Execution

Shipment Tracking

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Features OTM
Operations fits from level 2 to level 5.
Offering Solutions With cloud offering and also on premise it is best suited for all offerings.

Supply Chain Execution Stronger


Integration Due to open architecture can integrate with most systems

Strength
Core competency Supports complex to smaller less complex transportation requirements

Planning one of the most optimized planning engines

solution offering has the strongest, broadest and mature experienced eco systems for 3PLs
and buyers
Strong features supports Saas, Paas and private/dedicated fleet on the same platform which
allows customers to personalize their requirements

Implementation With cloud version, time and efforts to configure have came down.

Weakness
Operation viable from Level 2 to level 5 operations
Complexity Complexity for the SMB's having less complex transportation reuirements

TCO High but manageable


Migration time and effort may deviate with the expected results.
JDA
used in Level 4 and 5
Provides on-premise, single and multi-tenant cloud options

Strong
provides cross functional visibility and also enablement of incremental
and iterative planning

Both tactical and operational planning and optimization

one of the most sophisticated planning engines

supports dynamic, optimized multi leg routing and also generic


itinerary based approaches
Network Design, 3D load design, tactical and strategic transportation
planning.It has functionality such as optimized appointed scheduling ,
dynamic order splitting and itirative planning

offers templates and UI features via Smartbench tool.

not viable below level 4 operations


due to sophitication of the planning engine not much user friendly to
vendors and shippers
High
is not smooth to i2 platform from older versions.
TMS
fits from level 3 to level 4.
works best with for SAP ERP related systems.Need to
broaden the ecosytem.
strong
Need to broaden the ecosytem and customers in
geographical locations.

Strong ERP base and rail functionality for bulk


shipping and robust ability to deploy TMS.
It's rule engine tool has unique and powerful
capabilities to adapt TMS applications
Able to sell and implement SAP TMS where most of
the vendors lacks capability.
It has strong SCE convergence on ERP modules with
TMS.

It has robust deployment tools.

fits from level 3 to level 4.


Less complex

Medium
not as smooth as OTM and JDA.