Join Michael Management for an in-depth discussion in this video Master data: Resource and driver, part of SAP Transportation Management Overview.
- [Instructor] Finally, there is a resource truck. … So a truck. … Say in the example of a truck, you need to define … that resource in terms of what is and it's capacity. … So you are defining capacity in terms … of however you need to. … It might be wait, it might be cube. … Might be numbered pallets or some combination. … There are lots of places to record the dimensions, … wheel locations, door widths, heights of that truck … or container or vessel, whatever it is, if you need to. … The key is that you are taking that truck … and you are linking it to a means of transport. … So again, we're hooking everything together here. … So I have hooked this particular truck to my, … what we call for this particular customer, … a dedicated truckload, full truckload means of transport. … A resource can also be generic. … Meaning it's a common carrier. … You don't have a specific truck number for it, … 'cause you just call the common carrier … and they bring a truck, or it can be part of your own fleet …
- 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
Architecture overview9m 36s
2. Understanding the Basics
3. Additional Functionality
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