Join Michael Management for an in-depth discussion in this video Observations and recommendations, part of SAP Transportation Management Overview.
- [Instructor] This is the final lesson … in this TM overview class. … I'm calling it Observations and Recommendations, … call them lessons learned, conclusions after many years … of working with TM, call it whatever you want. … Just some final thoughts. … If you choose to go down this path … of using SAP's TM product. … So, again, this is really based on my experience. … The first thing to really consider, … how do you want TM do your work. … I have a past client who really chose, … to use, fully use, the automated TM process. … The batch jobs, background jobs, would run, … run in the optimizer, the planners would, … come in first thing in the morning, … and see that their loads were already planned, … they would spend time with maybe the five or 10 percent … that kind of needed personal attention, … but the loads were planned, … the carriers were assigned automatically, … the tendering steps, multiple tendering steps, … were issued automatically, so by the time the planners … even came in in the morning, …
- Architecture overview
- Reviewing the master data
- Planning transportation
- Charge calculations
- Advanced TM functionality
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