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Oracle OpenWorld took place at the Moscone Center in downtown San Francisco a couple of weeks ago, and amongst the vast array of keynotes and educational sessions were seven logistics sessions.

On Tuesday morning, Daniel Schoerner and Srini Rajagopal delivered product roadmap presentations for GTM and OTM, respectively. They gave a product strategy update, introduced what’s new in the latest release and discussed key strategic investments such as Trade Agreements, Logistics Network Modeling, Internet of Things, Chatbots and Machine Learning. The presentation slides are available for review here

In the afternoon, we hosted a OTM-GTM Cloud panel discussion that featured National Oilwell Varco, Western Digital and Accelalpha Inc. If you’re interested in viewing that presentation, you can download it here.

On Wednesday, the WMS Product Strategy team delivered the product roadmap session. The presentation deck is here.


The Wonderful Company and The Ames Companies Inc. presented at the WMS customer panel. Having used the Oracle eBusiness Suite for many years, Ames recently expanded their supply chain capabilities with Oracle WMS Cloud and OTM Cloud. The Wonderful Company recently completed a transformation of their supply chain suite from Oracle eBusiness Suite to Oracle SCM Cloud, including Oracle WMS Cloud and OTM Cloud.The presentation deck is available here.

Additionally, two disruptive technology sessions were added to the catalog. Alison Schofield, Prasen Palvankar, Rajat Bhargav, and Evelyn Mei demonstrated the application of Chatbot, Internet of Things and Blockchain in Logistics and Order Management. If you are interested about these topics, please browse through the presentation deck here

Diego Pantoja-Navajas, Vice President of WMS Development presented his vision for designing and operating the warehouse of the future. The deck will be available on Openworld Session Catalog soon. Joan Lim, from Logistics Product Marketing contributed a Logistics Cloud Overview presentation. The deck is available here.

To view and download more presentations, please visit Oracle OpenWorld session catalog.  



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