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Oracle Logistics Cloud Product Strategy Update
Presenter: Derek Gittoes, Vice President, SCM Product Strategy, Oracle

Abstract: Disruptions require supply chain managers to be vigilant and innovative as they strive to improve the performance levels of their logistics operations. New products and business models, changes in trade regulations, and fluctuations in logistics costs are just a few examples of these disruptive forces. Oracle Cloud Logistics enables your organization to digitize and optimize your supply chain execution processes, which in turn delivers increased perfect order performance, lower supply chain costs, and improved supply chain resiliency. This session provides an overview of Oracle's transportation management and global trade management offerings and product roadmap insights. Come learn about advances to existing capabilities and expansion into new areas such as machine learning based arrival time predictions, IoT-enabled intelligent visibility, transportation capacity planning, preferential trade agreements, and much more.
Derek Gittoes is vice president for supply chain management product strategy and leads the team responsible for Oracle’s portfolio of cloud products for logistics and order management. He is responsible for defining the go-to-market strategy and product road map for Oracle's solutions in transportation management, inventory management, warehouse management, global trade management, and order management. Mr. Gittoes has 25 years of experience in supply chain software. Prior to joining Oracle in 2003, he was vice president of product solutions at G-Log, where he was responsible for product marketing. Mr. Gittoes was also a founder and managing director of Transport Dynamics, a company that specialized in the development of optimization software for transportation companies. Mr. Gittoes holds an MS in engineering from Princeton University and a BS in industrial engineering from the University of Manitoba.

Sep 22, 2021 08:00 PM in India

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