The Future of Oracle WMS Know More. Do More. Spend Less. Paul Taylor Product Manager, Oracle Logistics The Future of Oracle WMS Agenda – WMS 11.5.10 – WMS Release 12 – WMS RFID Support – Q&A Oracle WMS 11.5.10 Oracle WMS 11.5.10 Available since November 2004 Part of Integrated Logistics solution – Strengthened Transportation Execution – New Transportation Planning Improved Operational Efficiency – Advanced, Configurable Picking UI – Enhanced Inbound Processes – Bulk Picking & Overpicking – Packing & Kitting Workbench – DBI Analytics for Logistics (DBI 7.1) – Labeling Industry / Compliance Support – Built-in RFID/EPC Support (Wal-Mart, DoD) – UCC14/UCC128 (CPG, Retail) – Catchweight (Grocery, Metals, …) – PAR Replenishment Counts (Healthcare) Advanced Pick Load Highly Configurable Mobile Picking UI Picking Minimal Medium High Confirmation Confirmation Confirmation Packing & Kitting Workbench High Volume, Efficient Packing of Material What is already packed Current Transaction What is eligible for packing 11i10 CU1 Graphical Mobile User Interface Improved look and feel, equivalent performance 11i10 CU1 Material Handling Integration A Warehouse Control System (WCS) Framework Device Integration Toolkit Open API maintained UI for setup, configuration, and monitoring Transport Bridge for device communications Control Board for Material Handling Control DBI 7.1 DBI for the Warehouse Manager This is not a commitment to deliver. Product directions are subject to change without notice. Oracle WMS R12 Oracle WMS Release 12.0 Scheduled Availability mid-2006 Part of Integrated Logistics solution – Converged Logistics Container Model – Convergence with Oracle Process Manufacturing – Integrated Warehouse Control System for Material Handling Devices Improved Operational Efficiency – Labor Management – Mobile UI Personalization – Planned Cross-Docking – Control Board, Material Workbench Enhancements Industry / Compliance Support – Enhanced EPC Generation capabilities – Process Features (DUOM, rules based reservations) – Additional industry enablers This is not a commitment to deliver. Product directions are subject to change without notice. Labor Management ELS, Data collection, Analytics, Labor Planning Work and Resource Distribution Time Requirements Performance Measures Resource to Task Allocation Resource Outstanding Requirements Work Summary This is not a commitment to deliver. Product directions are subject to change without notice. Planned Cross-Docking Automate Cross-Dock Pegging and Execution Specify Cross-Dock Critera … and Supply & Demand Types … create Pegged Reservation This is not a commitment to deliver. Product directions are subject to change without notice. MWA Personalization Configure and Extend Mobile pages without code change This is not a commitment to deliver. Product directions are subject to change without notice. Process Features Enhancing Inventory for Process Convergence Item Tracking Enhancements – Dual Unit of Measure – Availability by Material Status Operational Efficiencies – Rules-based Reservations – Manual selection of rules-validated material Enhanced Lot Control – Additional standard attributes – Indivisibility – Detailed genealogy RFID Support Oracle Sensor-Based Services ACCESS Information Access/ Visibility Collaborative Workplace Business Responsive Enterprise Alerts Intelligence Portal RESPOND ANALYZE Business Processes SBS-Enabled Applications Agents Business Process Applications Monitoring CAPTURE MANAGE Grid Infrastructure Event Storage and Distribution Event Sources Application Server Database Application Server Sensors, RFID, Data Collection, Scalable Data Archive, Security, Integration, System Events Cleansing, Dispatch Aggregation, Dissemination Development Tools OAS 10.1.2 Sensor-Based Services Start small and grow - leverage existing investments RFID Applications Sensor centric business processes E-Business Suite (WMS & more) RFID Partner applications (ISV’s) Infrastructure Complete business automation Increasing Benefits Sensor-enable existing business processes Integrate RFID data into existing applications Scale to enterprise-wide global deployments with grid RFID Pilot Kit Enterprise infrastructure architected to support sensors Pilot, Prototype and Test in Lab or Warehouse Ready to run with RFID tags and readers Out of the box Analysis and Reports Compliance Customized Business Intelligence Solution Compliance Application Adapters to Wal-Mart, Metro, etc. Print RFID Labels: Zebra, Printronix, Intermec, etc. Verify Shipments with RFID Readers: Alien, Matrics, Intermec, etc. Increasing RFID Adoption 11i10 CU1 Standalone RFID Compliance RFID Capabilities with no Applications Prerequisites Functionality – Import ASN – Assign EPC’s and generate Labels – Verify RFID tags against ASN – Return updated ASN Prerequisites – No requirement for any Oracle Application footprint – Oracle Application Server 10g for verification process – XML for labels may require labeling software (or XML printers) Target Market – Customers unable to upgrade prior to mandate – Additional pilot project opportunities – Delivered as consulting accelerator rather then full product 11i10 RFID-Initiated Shipping & Receiving Built-in support for this emerging technology RFID (3) Interface to readers, Middleware clean and filter data, (Oracle AS) then pass IDs to application (4) Access objects (1) Load of pallets and / (2) Drive load associated with the ID's RFID Event or cartons with RFID through RFID (e.g. LPN's on ASN) then Processor tags on each Reader in raise correct Business Receiving Dock Event (5) Access associated (6) Process the source document, Application Business Event, e.g. the PO’s ASN APIs e.g. Receipt of pallet or carton Response (7) Confirm success or (8) Putaway, rescan & Exception failure, e.g. trigger or divert Handling green light or sound material buzzer Oracle Differentiators Maximize the return on your RFID investment Architect to reduce risk – Automatic data capture and filtering from various sensors – Integrate with existing applications, business processes and – Immediate access to accurate global information – Common view of information that is available to all applications and business processes Start small and grow – Breadth of technology provides customers with RFID-compliant solutions today and the infrastructure for RFID-centric businesses of the future Leverage existing investments – Low integration, implementation, maintenance costs – Technology leverages Oracle’s existing, proven, scalable architecture – Optimized and flexible use of resources Automate and optimize business processes for competitive advantage – Real-time supply chain visibility – Continually optimize your business processes and IT infrastructure Processes (BPM), Events (BAM), Optimize (BPO), System QUESTIONS ANSWERS Know More. Do More. Spend Less.
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