Oracle integrates JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and Oracle Transportation Management

Oracle Transportation Management has been integrated into JD Edwards EnterpriseOne sales order management, procurement and financial management applications to deliver a complete fulfilment execution system, Oracle says. From item availability to final delivery and financial settlement, users can now streamline transportation planning, execution and freight payment on a single application. The result is better collaboration with suppliers, service providers, carriers, customers and throughout purchasing, logistics and financial operations. Additionally, this integration accommodates multiple modes of transportation including full truckload, less-than-truckload, parcel and complex multi-leg air, ocean and rail shipments.

“We continue to invest in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne product line to provide customers with  functionality and comprehensive visibility to improve their supply chains,” said Oracle group vice president JD Edwards, Lenley Hensarling. “With this latest integration, users will be positioned to improve customer service and carrier relations, better manage assets and benefit from flexible, global fulfillment capabilities.”

The integration builds on recent accolades for Oracle Transportation Management as it was positioned in the Leaders Quadrant in Gartner’s 2007 Transportation Management Systems (TMS) Magic Quadrant. The integration is available immediately for licensed users relying on JD Edwards EnterpriseOne versions 8.11 SP1 and 8.12, the integration is delivered free to customers as part of their standard maintenance. 

 

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