Advanced Fulfillment with R12

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Advanced Fulfillment with R12

Susan Flierl

Product Strategy Director

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direction. It is intended for information purposes only, and
may not be incorporated into any contract. It is not a
commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality,
and should not be relied upon in making purchasing
decisions. The development, release, and timing of any
features or functionality described for Oracle

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Agenda




Overview


Inventory Management


Mobile Supply Chain Applications


Warehouse Management


CONFIDENTIAL: All capabilities and dates are for planning purposes only and may not be used in any contract

Inventory Management


Manual Desktop Inventory

Record transactions and track balances

Mobile Supply Chain Applications

RF / Barcode Only

Improve accuracy and reduce latency

of existing transactions

Oracle Warehouse Management

Warehouse Management

Implement a true “execution system” using

system directed tasks and task management

Warehouse Control System (part of Oracle
WMS)

Highly Automated Facilities

Automate physical
inventory

handling

Transaction Velocity / Volume

Small

Large

Product / Order Complexity

Low

High

Materials Management Spectrum

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INVENTORY MANAGEMENT

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Advanced Inventory features

Delivering on Core Principles: Fulfillment Excellence

Profitable Fulfillment


Improve working capital


Reduce stock write offs


Reduce lead time


Improve working capital


Improve customer delivery
performance



Maximize revenue
where taxes are lowest


Sell through
intermediate legal
entities

Pay on Use with
Consigned
Inventory from
Supplier

Purchase

To Order with
Drop Shipments

Design supply
chain for tax
efficiencies with
Advanced
Intercompany
Invoicing

Consigned Inventory from Supplier

Business Process

Negotiate
Consignment
Arrangement

Create Purchase

Order

Receive material

Consume
material


(Change in
ownership
event)

Publish
Consumption
Advice

Invoice


Modules required


Oracle Purchasing


Oracle Inventory Management


Oracle
iSupplier

Portal (to publish Consumption Advice)


Oracle Collaborative Planning (for Vendor Managed Inventory)

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Consigned Inventory & Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI)

Separate business processes often used in combination

Regular
Sale

VMI

Consigned

Consigned
VMI

Change in ownership

Standard

Upon Use

Inventory replenishment

Customer

Supplier


Consigned Inventory
-

deferring the transfer of
ownership of and payment for
goods until materials are used


VMI
-

a means of optimizing
supply chain performance in
which the supplier has access
to the customer’s inventory
data and is responsible for
maintaining the inventory level
required by the customer


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Supplier 2

Customer

Supplier

OEM

SO

PO

Customer
Facility

Supplier
Facility

Shipment

Order Flow

Physical Flow


Common practice for standard and configured items


Source type of external on sales order line indicates that it is a drop shipment.


“Ship from” location on the sales order line is a supplier site


One SO results in one PO per supplier. Customer information is shared with the supplier.

PO

Supplier 2
Facility

Shipment

Drop Ship

Business Process

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Drop Ship

Process Flow

Capture
customer
Sales
Order

Auto
-
create
Purchase
Req

Create
Purchase
Order

Supplier
receives
order

Receive
Advanced
Shipment
Notice
(optional)

Auto
-

receive
based on
ASN

Invoice
customer


Modules required


Oracle Order Management


Oracle Purchasing


Oracle Inventory Management

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Tax efficient supply chains


Support global corporate
structures without
compromising supply chain
efficiency


Single movement of goods
triggers multiple internal
financial transactions


Customer’s

Cleveland Plant

Shanghai
Plant

Acme
China

Acme US

Acme
Singapore

US Customer

Invoice

Order

Order

Shipment

PHYSICAL
MOVEMENT

FINANCIAL

OWNERSHIP

Invoice

Invoice

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Advanced Intercompany Invoicing

Shipping Flow

Customer

OU1

OU2

OU3

Shipping
(Start)
Operating Unit

Intermediate
Operating
Unit(s)

Selling (End)
Operating
Unit

Material Flow

Invoicing Flow


Any number of intermediate operating units can send & receive
intercompany invoices triggered by a drop shipment


This flow can model regional distribution business units, marketing
organizations and any other internal operating unit that should receive
proceeds from the sale

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Advanced Intercompany Invoicing

Procurement Flow

OU1

OU2

OU3

Supplier

Procuring
(Start)
Operating Unit

Intermediate
Operating
Unit

Receiving
(End)
Operating Unit

Material Flow

Invoicing Flow


Any number of intermediate operating units can send & receive
intercompany invoices triggered by a purchase order that spans multiple
operating units


This flow can model shared procurement services and any other internal
operating unit that should be invoiced for the purchase

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MOBILE SUPPLY CHAIN
APPLICATIONS

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Single global instance, mobile
applications, built
-
in integration,
barcode and RF capabilities

Mobile, point
-
of
-
use barcode scanning
reduces operator errors & data latency

Oracle Mobile Supply Chain Applications

Rapid ROI

Increased Data
Accuracy

Built
-
in, Not Bolt On

Leverage setup already in place for EBS
SCM Applications. No functional setup
required

CONFIDENTIAL: All capabilities and dates are for planning purposes only and may not be used in any contract

Oracle Mobile Supply Chain Applications

Comprehensive Support for Basic Execution Functions

Inventory / WMS

Discrete Manufacturing


Receiving, Inspection & Delivery


Purchase Orders, Internal
Requisitions, Transfers


Counting


Cycle, Physical & PAR


Replenishment & Moves


Pick & Ship


Label Printing & Inquiries


Issue Components


Resource Transactions


Operation Moves


Completion


Scrap


Inspection


Quality Plan Results


Batch Allocations


Resource Usage


Release Step


Complete Step


Ingredient Issue


Batch Yield



Process Manufacturing

CONFIDENTIAL: All capabilities and dates are for planning purposes only and may not be used in any contract

Mobile User Interface Options

Improved Look and Feel, Equivalent Performance

CONFIDENTIAL: All capabilities and dates are for planning purposes only and may not be used in any contract

Labeling

RF Hardware

Voice Automation

Manifesting

Automated Data Collection

Oracle MSCA &

Inventory Mgmt

Hardware and Systems Integration

Out
-
of
-
the
-
Box Connectivity with Leading Providers

Int’l Trade Management

CONFIDENTIAL: All capabilities and dates are for planning purposes only and may not be used in any contract

Avoid Typical Costs of Mobility

Characteristics


Same application for all
certified devices


Automatically adapts to
any form factor

RF Device

Independence


Support for XML
-
enabled
printer or

print server


Support industry standard
barcodes

Benefits


Maximum flexibility of RF
device selection


Lower support costs


Leverage investment in
existing hardware


Avoid relabeling at
receipt

Printer & Label

Flexibility

CONFIDENTIAL: All capabilities and dates are for planning purposes only and may not be used in any contract

WAREHOUSE MANAGEMENT

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Oracle Warehouse Management Solution

A Complete Warehouse Execution System

Tailorable

Rules &

Workflow

Process

Cost

Assemble

WIP

Issues

Transfer

Count

Move


Replen
-

ish

Label

Seamless

Integration

Transportation

Manufacturing

Purchasing

RTVs
Orders

Transfers

RMAs

Purchases

Transfers

Global Visibility

RF Support


Inspect

Receive

Ship


Pack


Directed


Pick

Cross Dock

Putaway

Fulfilment

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Warehouse Efficiency

Improve Warehouse Management Functions

Increase Efficiency of All Resources


Automate Warehouse
Processes


Optimize Task Assignments


Reduce Worker Travel
Time


Reduce Inventory Carrying
Costs


Streamline


Material Flow


Reduce Inventory
Obsolescence


Automate Replenishment

Worker
Productivity

Resource
Utilization

Inventory
Utilization


Optimize Total Warehouse
Space


Maximize Use of Equipment


Optimally Locate Inventory
to Reduce Travel Time

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Container and LPN* Support


Supports Infinite Nesting Levels


Perform Complex Moves via a Single Scan


Fully Integrated with ASNs

Barcode Support


Automatically Track All

Related Product Information


Capture All Information

with a Single Scan

Single Unique Number

for All Information

Multiple Packages
and Products

=

*License Plate Number

License Plate Number Support

Perform Complex Inventory Transactions

Worker Productivity

Improves Efficiency,

Accuracy, and Tracking

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Directed Picking and Put Away

Automatically Suggest Optimal Locators


Slot Dynamically Based

on Velocity, Size, Etc.


Control Hazardous Materials /
Co
-
mingling


Handle Task Exceptions with
Reason Codes


Optimize the Use of Storage
Locations with Dynamic Slotting


Minimize Inventory Fragmentation


Reduce Chance of Obsolescence

Receipt

Business

Logic

Locator

Locator

Locator

Pick

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Comprehensive Wave Planning

Advanced Tools to Manage Work on the Floor

Pack

Pick

Ship


Task Planning


Monitor Wave
Execution




Create Wave


Plan & Analyze Wave


Release Wave

Wave Rules Analytics

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Dispatch Tasks To RF Devices


Support Multiple Picking
Methodologies


Match Skills and Equipment to Tasks


Perform Task Sequencing and
Interleaving


Create Paperless, Streamlined
Processes


Align Pick Plan with Business Mix


Reduce Safety Issues and Training
Costs


Significantly Reduce Travel Time

Automated Task Management

Create, Organize, Dispatch Tasks to Optimal Resource

Pick Wave

Task Queue

Split

Merge

Sort

Create &
Allocate
Task

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Support Numerous Types and Variations of Labels


LPN, LPN content, LPN summary, material, serial, location, shipping, shipping contents, WIP
contents


Print & Scan industry standard product barcodes: UCC
-
128, EAN
-
8, EAN
-
13, UPC, EAN/UCC
-
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Flexible to Meet Your Business Needs


Design and rendering choices


Highly flexible configuration


Adapts to changing requirements



Data Transmitted via XML Directly to Printer or via Middleware of Choice


Out of the Box Support for
Epcglobal

Compliance Mandates Including SGTIN
-
64 /
SGTIN
-
96

Automated Compliance Labeling

Meet Customer Specific Requirements

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(1)

Load of pallets and / or cartons
with RFID tags on each

(2)

Drive load through
RFID Reader in
Receiving Dock

(3)

Interface to readers,
clean and filter data, then
pass IDs to application

(4)

Access objects associated
with the ID's (e.g. LPN's on
ASN) then raise correct

Business Event

(6)

Process the Business
Event, (e.g. Receipt
of pallet or carton)

(5)

Access associated
source docs

(e.g. the PO’s
ASN)

(7)

Confirm success or
failure (e.g. trigger green
light or sound buzzer)

(8)

Putaway,

rescan or

divert material

RFID
Middleware

RFID Event
Processor

Application
APIs

Response

& Exception
Handling


Share RFID information
with your supply chain
partners using inbound
and outbound ASN


Out of the box DoD
compliance including
generation of DoD
-
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& DoD
-
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RFID
-
Initiated Shipping and Receiving

Process Transactions with No Manual Intervention

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Process Manufacturing Support in Warehouse Management


New Process Inventory Controls


WMS Transaction Support in Process Organizations


Task Dispatching For Ingredient Picking


Ingredient and Product Labeling

Process Manufacturing Support in Inventory


Common Inventory Definition (Shared with Discrete Mfg)


Single Source of Inventory Balances Across Products


Improved Support for Process Manufacturing Industries


Dual unit of measure tracking


Material status control


Enhanced lot control


Material aging workflows

WMS and Process Manufacturing

Leverage Attributes Designed for CPG, Life Sciences & Chemicals

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Distributed Deployment Options

Disconnected and Integrated

Host System(s) (EBS or Non
-
EBS)



Manufacturing Plants

European DCs

LSP Warehouse

Remote
Warehouse

Integrated but decoupled WMS Instances

Procurement

Order

Management

Financials

Master Data

Management

Integration

Framework

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Labeling

Material Handling

RF / RFID Hardware

Voice Automation

Manifesting

Automated Data Collection

Oracle WMS &

Inventory Mgmt

Device and Material Handling Integration

Out
-
of
-
the
-
Box Connectivity with Leading Providers

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