Join Michael Management for an in-depth discussion in this video Freight order execution, part of SAP Transportation Management Overview.
- [Narrator] The remaining lessons in this TM overview … will actually be pretty quick … because we have covered the bulk of TM functionality. … Many of these final lessons involve … kind of closing the loop. … Things that relate to TM but don't necessarily directly … involve TM functionality. … So, and I'll point this out. … Freight order execution. … So the idea is that the order has been planned. … Warehouse and here's a process flow example. … If you remember this from before, … where we end up having a freight order … that maybe through S/4 delivery. … We have sent this freight order, … this planned freight order to warehouse. … And it might involve, I guess it's just … one of many possible scenarios. … But it might involve TM generally … what is called a transportation unit. … That would be the signal or document … if you will for the EWM Team … or warehouse processing. … Meaning that it's done planning, … we've assigned carrier, … we've done the tendering, … we've figured out how much it's going to cost. …
- Architecture overview
- Reviewing the master data
- Planning transportation
- Charge calculations
- Advanced TM functionality
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Introduction and Overview
Welcome and agenda2m 35s
1. TM Architecture
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2. Understanding the Basics
3. Additional Functionality
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