Wednesday Dec 18, 2013

Oracle Global Trade Management Achieves AES Certification to Support End-to-End Customs Filing Process

By Derek Gittoes, Vice President, Value Chain Execution Product Strategy, Oracle

In global trade today, it is critical that all organizations think globally, but act locally. This is particularly true when it comes to ensuring compliance with increasingly complex regional Customs processes and procedures.

At Oracle we understand this need, which is why we are pleased that Oracle Customs Management, part of Oracle Global Trade Management, has achieved Automated Export System (AES) certification from the U.S. Census Bureau (Department of Commerce). AES is the government system that collects Electronic Export Information (EEI) required for export declarations and government statistics.

With this AES-certified solution, customers can significantly reduce their overall export spend by filing directly with the U.S. Government through Oracle Global Trade Management. Not just that, but by eliminating the need for trading partners to rekey data, organizations can ensure more accurate and timely filings, saving considerable effort, time and money.

In addition, the certification incorporates AES filing into the export workflow, enabling organizations to monitor the process through notifications and status updates. This further streamlines complex processes and procedures by giving a holistic view of Customs transactions.

Customers can start taking advantage of the certification now!

For more information on certification visit: here.

 

Tuesday Dec 17, 2013

Logistics is Cool!

Supply Chain Digest's Cool New Product of the Month

- Dec. 16, 2013 -

Cool New Supply Chain Product of the Month for December, 2013


Oracle's New Logistics Command Center Solution Delivers Innovative New Approach to Transportation Analytics

http://www.scdigest.com/newsviews/Cool_Product_13-12_Oracle_LCC.php

Each month we can find one, SCDigest features a "Cool New Product," accompanied by a short video review. Just two rules -  it has to be new, and it has to be cool.

This Month: The newOracle In-Memory Logistics Command Center application uses an innovative and very smart approach to what is really a new category of transportion analytics, It is a very worthy recipient of Supply Chain Digest's Cool New Product of the Month for December, 2013.

What makes this new Oracle solution so cool?

As SCDigest editor Dan Gilmore describes in the video nearby, Oracle has built a powerful analytic tool that includes a full operating version of its Oracle Transportation Manangement TMS software underneath.

That means companies can use real, granular data from their operational TMS to answer questions about how to drive transportation improvements and respond to marketplace changes and disruptions, something we just haven't been able to do before this innovation. And that is very cool indeed.

There is lots more. View the short video for the full story.

Want to Learn more about this month's

Cool New Supply Chain or Logistics Product?


• Visit the Oracle Transportation Management Solutions web site to Learn More or Schedule a Demo

Download Collateral

White Paper: Oracle's Breakthrough Logistics Command Center Solution

    Friday Dec 13, 2013

    CIO2CIO Video

    Judy Lemke talks with Mark Sunday about the challenges Schneider National faced and how they overcame them through a companywide transformational change.

    http://medianetwork.oracle.com/video/player/2925221836001

    Tuesday Dec 10, 2013

    Early Bird Discount Extended for 2nd Annual Value Chain Summit!

    Save $200 with the early bird registration, extended to Dec 20th, 2014. Hear from industry leaders on value chain transformation.

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    Thursday Dec 05, 2013

    Happy Birthday Laptops - You're 25 today.

    The portable laptop computer is 25 yrs old today. It had a massive 20MB hard drive, 640K Ram and a 5.25 external floppy port. Happy Birthday ol' friend![Read More]
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