Oracle
in the
Consumer
Packaged Goods
Industry
Phil Friedman
Vice-president
CPG & Process Industries
.
Industry Dynamics
 Manufacturers see cutting trade spending as a
key opportunity to increase bottom line
profitability
 Retailers demand that manufacturers collaborate
to plan, forecast, and manage inventory to ensure
right product, right time, right place right cost.
 Retailers and Manufacturers agree on the need
to adapt and adopt data and process standards
 Consumers demand and the FDA is enforcing
food quality and safety regulations
The New Consumer Goods Value Chain
Ingredients/Material to Consumer
Supply Base
Raw Materials
Supplier-
Prepackaged / sub-contactor
Materials
Production
Pricing /
Trade
Engine
Catalogue
Manager
UCCNet
Distributor /
Broker
Packaging Mfg
Consumer Goods
Manufacturers
Regulatory
Compliance
Production
VMI
Warehouse
Package & Ship
RFID Tag
Retailers
Retail
Club’s
Distribution
& Retail
Loyalty
Program
Intelligence
Consumer
SBT
What are CPG Executives Looking For

Meet all the needs of compliance
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–
–
–

Lower Cost of Ownership
–
–
–
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–

Reduces need to grow IT organizations
 Reduces complexity of management
 Reduces the number of skill sets required
Eliminates support for integration
Single point of accountability and vendor management
Drive to single version of the truth
–
.
Sarbanes-Oxley’s impact from Trade Management
Quality and safety regulations
Big-box Supply Chain
Standards
Single data source for customer and item masters
Easier to implement data quality
Aligns access of information with the velocity of the business
Partner with a company willing to make investments
–
Support R&D drive solutions not research
Compliance
Out of the
Box
What is Oracle doing to meet the
Needs and Challenges
.
Compliance Out of the Box
An integrated out of the box application and
technology solution built with CPG specific
business flows that enable mid-tier CPG
companies meet the requirements from large
retailers (I.e. Wal*Mart) encompassing:
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–
–
–
.
RFID Compliance
Item Synchronization Management
Food Safety and Tracability
Single Source Customer Management
Trade Promotions and Settlement Management
Partner Collaboration
Operational and planning Analytics
The Top CPG Opportunities for
Driving Shareholder Value
Regulatory Compliance
Driving business effectiveness by
managing through a single version of the
truth
Collaboration – UCCNet a partner to
achieving supply chain excellence
RFID – When and what
Promotion management – Sarbanes-Oxley
The Administration and Legislators Know
That Their Constituents are Scared and
Right to be So
What are are your consumers saying…
 Is my product safe?
 Can I trust the manufacturers?
 What is my Government doing?
– Congress – More rules, less effectiveness,
more costs BUT !!!
– FDA and others – Can they really be the
enforcement agency here???
I think I’m confident but I’m not sure
What the FDA and other
Regulators Will Be Looking For
Issues
• Tracability – Do I know the
original source and destination
• Accountability – Can I identify
the individuals who make
decisions and take action
• Auditability – Can I retrieve and
report on process information
• Responsiveness – Can I handle
issues in a timely manner
Solutions Capabilities
• Full life cycle tracking and
work flow--aligned with
process steps
• Tight alignment and
integration with employee
information
• Work flow and reporting
engine that has been verified
as FDA compliant
• Information driven reporting
Oracle’s Enabling Solution
Auditability, Traceability, Accountability
Lot Source
Supplier
Ingredients
& Resources
Intermediate or
Bulk Products
Finished
Product
Where Used
• Improve Recall Responsiveness / Cost
• Comply with FDA GxP and Safety Regulations
• Trace Materials Enterprise-Wide to Analyze Vendor
Quality
Customers
The Top CPG Opportunities for
Driving Shareholder Value
Regulatory Compliance
Driving business effectiveness by
managing through a single version of the
truth
Collaboration – UCCNet a partner to
achieving supply chain excellence
RFID – When and what
Promotion management – Sarbanes-Oxley
Architecture to Drive a Single Version of the Truth
Sales
Strategic Enterprise
Mgmt.
Marketing
Trade Mgmt.
Balance Scorecards
Activity Based Costing
Activity Based Mgmt.
Value Based Mgmt.
Advanced Pricing
Configurator
Global ATP
Incentive Comp.
Contracts
Sales / Services
Lease / Rights
Property Mgmt.
Procurement
Exchange
Projects
Partners
Global
Customers, Products,
Business Intelligence
& Everything Else!
Product Design
Life Cycle Mgmt.
Manufacturing
Finance
Advanced Planning
GL / AR / AP / Assets
Collections / Payments
Services
HR
Support
Field Service
Depot Repair
Fulfillment
Warehouse
Transportation
The Top CPG Opportunities for
Driving Shareholder Value
Regulatory Compliance
Driving business effectiveness by
managing through a single version of the
truth
Collaboration – Item Synchronization and
underlying standards- a partner to achieving
supply chain excellence
RFID – When and what
Promotion management – Sarbanes-Oxley
The UCCnet Role
Synchronize Supplier/Retailer Product Definitions
UCCnet
• Send product information
• Confirmation messages
Supplier’s
System
(Supply Side)
• Receive product information
• Confirmation messages
Retailer’s
System
(Demand Side)
Advanced Product Catalog
Based on the Oracle Item Master
Maintain
Enables...
 Component Reuse
 Secure Collaboration with
Customers & Suppliers
Develop
Market
Service
Plan
Transportation
Global
Product &
Component
Catalog
Inventory
Optimization
Sell
Procure
Warehouse
Fulfill
Manufacture
Automation
Collaboration
Intelligence
Full Global Operation...
 30 Languages
 All Currencies
 All Localizations
Leverages Oracle Database...
 Text & Parametric Search with
Text & Partitioned Index
Technology
 Scalability & Performance
...in a Single Global Instance
Based on an Established Foundation
Anatomy of Oracle Item Master
UCCnet Attributes
Modeled Here
Category =
Canned Beverage
ERP Operational
Attributes
Flex-Field
Attributes
User-Defined
Attributes
Item 1
Specific Attribute Values
Specific Attribute Values
Specific Attribute Values
Item 2
Specific Attribute Values
Specific Attribute Values
Specific Attribute Values
Item 3
Specific Attribute Values
Specific Attribute Values
Specific Attribute Values
Item N
Specific Attribute Values
Specific Attribute Values
Specific Attribute Values
Base Oracle
Application attributes
for inventory,
planning, distribution,
sales, etc….
Traditional method
of extending Oracle
Application
attributes
New method of
extending Oracle
Application
attributes
Oracle Advanced Product Catalog
Seeded UCCnet Attribute Groups

Basic Info
–
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Number of Item Contained By
parent Item, Gross Weight, Gross
Weight UOM, Height, Height
UOM, Width, Width UOM, Depth,
Depth UOM, Volume, Volume
UOM, Number of Trade Item
Contained in the package, Net
Weight, Net Weight UOM
Size
–
Size Code List Agency, Size
Code Value, Size Description
Dates
–
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–
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Size, Size UOM, Height, Width,
Length, Linear UOM, … …
Item per Pallet, Layers per Pallet,
No of Inner Containers… …
Order Increments
–

Fist Order Date, First Ship Date,
First Arrival Date, Last Order
Date, Last Ship Date, Last Arrival
Date
Dimensions
–
Measurement
–

Item Information Provider, Brand
GLN, Brand Owner Name, Data
Pool Name, Brand Name, Short
Description, Additional Trade Item
Description, Trade Item Unit, UPC
Code Type, UPC Code,
Public/Private

Order Increment, Order Increment
UOM
Miscellaneous Information
–
–
Color, POS Description, Days to
Expiration… …
Purchasable, Orderable, Min
Order Quantity, Max Order
Quantity
The Top CPG Opportunities for
Driving Shareholder Value
Regulatory Compliance
Driving business effectiveness by
managing through a single version of the
truth
Collaboration – UCCNet a partner to
achieving supply chain excellence
RFID – When and what
Promotion management – Sarbanes-Oxley
Manufacturer / Retailer Schism
A Tale of Two Worlds
Manufacturer

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

High inventory accuracy
Disciplined processes
Good logistics systems
Optimized for case/pallet
Early in Supply Chain
RFID – another cost
of doing business
Retailer





No In-store Inventory visibility
Reactive processes
Poor In-Store discipline
Needs SKU/Shelf info for value
Late in Supply Chain
RFID - a way to
increase profits
 Acceptance now, but pushback will increase as costs
mount
 Retailers must generate value through shared information
–
E.g. Pull Planning, Reduced Chargebacks, Promotion Effectiveness, …
 Manufacturers can differentiate by creating strategic
relationships
RFID Strategy
Maximize RFID ROI through Top-to-Bottom Integration
Table stakes
Application
Server
Deliver a robust, hardware agnostic RFID
platform which elevates the application
development interface to standard technology
and the processing of true business events
Data Base
and Tools
Leverage data base extensibility, scalability
and event management capabilities to support
the data and transaction volumes associated
with this technology
Applications
Leverage the above technology to deliver
functionality with realistic ROI and to create
platform for future expansion
Oracle Application Server 10g
RFID Events and Edge Processing
Lightstack,
Message Boards,
or Notification Devices
(e.g. SMS, Pager)
Naming / PML
Services
Operational
Data
Stream Data
Minimized & Normalized
Distribution
Fixed Sensors
(e.g. RFID)
Filtering & Device Integration
Handheld
Scanner / Reader
(with Driver)
Backend
Applications
RFID
Planned for 11i.10
Interface to readers,
clean & filter data, then
pass ID's to application
Access objects associated
with the ID's (e.g. LPN's on
Delivery), then raise
correct Business Event
based on Rules
Process the Business
Event (e.g. LPN Ship)
Confirm success or
failure (e.g. trigger green
light or sound buzzer)
RFID
Middleware
RFID Event
Processor
Drive load through
RFID Reader in
Shipping Dock
Application
API's
Picked & Staged
Material for Delivery
Response &
Exception
Handling
Load Delivery,
rescan or divert
material
Oracle Confidential
This presentation does not reflect a commitment to deliver.
Product directions can be modified without explicit notice.
Load of pallets and/or
cartons with RFID Tags
for each LPN
The Top CPG Opportunities for
Driving Shareholder Value
Regulatory Compliance
Driving business effectiveness by
managing through a single version of the
truth
Collaboration – UCCNet a partner to
achieving supply chain excellence
RFID – When and what
Promotion management – Sarbanes-Oxley
The Impact of Regulation
It is a mistake to ignore FASB and Sarbanes-Oxley
It has been a tough year…
1.
Royal Ahold is decimated by SEC Investigations on Promotion
Allowances:




2.
$500 million had to be restated due to new FASB changes
CEO and CFO resigned, now face criminal charges
SEC found irregularities in Promotion Allowance accounting
Entire board forced to resign
Fleming forced to take $645 million charge


Now bankrupt
Stock formerly trading at $20 now at 14¢!
SEC sends notice to General Mills of “review” intentions
3.

Forerunner to formal investigation?
SEC sends “notices” to Frito-Lay, Dean Foods and Kraft
4.

In connection with Fleming relationships
…and it promises to be just the start!
A Hard Price to Pay!
 Royal Ahold reports a 2002 loss of $4.8 Billion!
 Rite Aid faces accounting fraud charges of
nearly $1 Billion!
 Bristol-Myers/Squibb’s FASB revenue reversals
were nearly $1.4 Billion in 2002
Hits (to profit and ethics) Just Keep On
Coming!
“The FBI is opening three to five investigations a month of suspected
fraud of $100 million or more by executives at publicly traded
companies, a pace that indicates the scandals that have rocked
corporate America for the past 18 months show no signs of abating.”
[Boston Globe 5/6/03]
Oracle Trade Management Solution
Customers
Sales
Marketing
Supply
Chain
Finance
Increase
Efficiency
Products
Trade Management
Claims
Management
Promotions
Budget
Management
Single View
of Customers
& Products
Claims
Indirect Sales
Data
•AR
•AP
•GL
•Inventory
Control
Financial
Risks
Enable
Collaboration
Lower Cost
Increase
Sales
Trade Planning
•Order Management
•Advanced Pricing
•Marketing
•PRM
Increase ROI
Mission Statement:
To be the global leader as the premier provider of
fully integrated ebusiness technology, applications
and analytic solutions to enable demand driven,
business process efficiency and effectiveness for
the Consumer Products industry.
and…
To be acknowledged as a trusted business
solution partner to our clients in the industry.
Oracle’s Commitment to
The Consumer Industry
 Top down leadership commitment to CPG
– Investment in people and product
 1,300 Developers focusing on key capabilities
– Compliance with Retailers - UCCnet, RFID, OM, APS,WMS
– Compliance with Sarbanes Oxley – TM
– Compliance with FDA – Poecess Manufacturing
 Deep industry domain knowledge experts
– Industry thought leadership
– Extensive experiencing developed while working at CPG
companies
 Philip Morris, Kellogg’s, Coca Cola
 Focused Customer Advisory Boards
 Strong partner development relationships
 Focused sales and support organization
Oracle’s Global Consumer Customers
ACCO
ConAgra
Knouse Foods
Petra Food Group
Sunny Queen Farms
ADM Alliance Nutrition
Coty Cosmetics
Koninklijke Theodorus
Niemeyer B.V.
Poore Brothers
Suntory Water
Agrotech
Dardanel
Land O Lakes
Sunrich Foods
Thermos Corp
Alcoa Consumer
Deckers Outdoors
Master Lock
Premio Foods
Timex
Allian Food Services
Del Monte Fresh Foods
Mattel
Republic Windows
Torani
Animex
Estee Lauder
Mehsana Milk Producers
Royal Appliance
Tropicana
Arnots
Fosters
Mitsukan
Rudolph Foods
Unilever Rocket
Atari
Fruit of the Loom
Moosehead Breweries
Sammontana
Uni-President
National Growers
Galam
Nantucket Nectars
San Pellegrino
Valspar
Bacardi
Hallmark
Nature's Sunshine
Schreiber Foods
Viking Range
Bimbo Bakeries
Hatsun Agro Products
Now Natural Foods
Seafresh
Warner Brothers
Consumer
Blue Bell
Helen of Troy
Global Home Products
Sherwin Williams
Waterpik
Bradford Soap
Herbalife Int.
Opus
Smithfield Foods
WC Bradley
Canon
Igloo
P&G
Snack Brand Foods
Wells Dairy
Charbroil
JM Smuckers
Pell Corp
Solo Cup
West Farm Foods
Coca Cola Amatil
John I. Haas
Pella
Starbucks
Weyl Beef
Coca Cola Egypt
Kellogg's Europe
PepsiCo
Sterilite
Zhujiang Beer
Applica
Welch’s
Meow Mix
Del Monte Grocery
Paramount Farms
Illy Coffee
Growing CPG Family of Customers
Paramount
Farms
Sun Rich
Foods
Moosehead
Brewery
Atari
Bradford Soap
Herbalife
Elma Chips
Acco
Welch’s
Coca-Cola
Bottling Co.
(Egypt)
Applica
Meowmix
Well’s Dairy
Smucker’s HR
Sherwin
Williams HR
Suntory Water
Global Products
Premio Foods
Solo Cup
Helen of Troy
Del Monte Fresh illy Coffee
National Grape
Growers
NCH
Oracle’s commitment to the CPG Industry
Industry Leadership
• UCCNet
• GMA Forum
•
•
•
Organizations
Standards
Leadership council
CGIT Thought
Leadership
Development
Customer advisory
Boards
Co-development
with industry leaders
driven by CPG
business flows
• GMA
• Advisory
certified
member
Board
• Consumer
• CPFR / VICS
• RosettaNet
confidence
Board (Part of
UCC)
• ePC
• NRF
• UCCNet
• VICS Technology
Council
CPG Targeted Business Flows
GMA – Grocery Manufacturers Association
NRF – National Retail Federation
UCCNet – Uniform Code Council Network
VICS – Voluntary Interindustry Commerce Standards
Consumer Goods - Food and Beverage:
Marketing &
Planning
Product Design
& Development
Marketing
• Marketing Plan to
Fund Allocation
• Create and Execute
Marketing Event
Business Flow Inventory
Supply Chain
Planning
Research and
Product
Development
Demand
Forecasting and
Planning
• New Product
Concept to Release
• Customer
Collaboration to
Consensus Forecast
• Create and Execute
Web Campaign
Package Design/
Development
• Create and Execute
Consumer Campaign
• New Package Plan to
Utilization
• Create and Execute
Integrated Campaign
Process
Manufacturing
• Plan to Schedule
• Supplier
Collaboration to
Commitment
• Requisition to
Receipt
• Marketing Analysis to
Calendar and Budget
Creation
• Inspection to
Disposition
Lab Quality Control
• Order Submission to
Verification
• Inspection to
Acceptance
• Order Verification to
Plan
Lot Control/
Genealogy
Management
Warehouse
Management
• Quality Issue to
Resolution
• Plan to Customer
Pickup
Channel
Management
Sales Force
Automation
• Settlement to
Compensation
Retail Management
• Key Account
Negotiation to Plan
• Create and Execute
Trade Promotion
• Deduction and Claim
Resolution
• Pick to Ship
• Category Analysis to
Plan
• Inventory Transfer
eCommerce (B2B
and B2C)
• Issue to Stock
Reconciliation
Transportation
Management
• Click to Order (Buy)
• Click to Order (Try)
• Plan to Pick
• Supplier Return to
Settlement
• Market Analysis to
Product Concept/Line
Extension
• Consignment to
Settlement
• Schedule to Produce
• Supplier Negotiation
to Agreement
• Market Analysis to
Strategic Plan
Order Fulfillment
• Customer Return to
Settlement
• Forecast to Plan
Supplier
Relationship
Management
Strategic Planning/
Product Lifecycle
Analysis
Manufacturing
Order
Management &
Logistics
• Ship to Delivery
• Consumer Inquiry/
Issue to Response
• Delivery to Settlement
• Supplier Invoice to
Pay
• Plan to Store Delivery
• Carrier Negotiation to
Agreement
• Carrier Invoice to
Settlement
Enterprise
Mgmt
Business
Intelligence
HR
Financials /
Treasury
Tax
Accounting
Projects
Fixed Assets
Service
Oracle Supply Chain Footprint
Order Management
Order Management
Receivables
Advanced Pricing
Configurator
iStore
TeleSales
Quoting & Proposals
Trade Management
Release Management
Sales Contracts (future)
Supply Chain Planning
Demand Planning
Advanced Supply Planning
Constraint Optimization
Global Order Promising
Manufacturing Scheduling
Inventory Optimization
Collaborative Planning
Transportation Plng (future)
Procurement
Purchasing
Payables
iProcurement
Sourcing
iSupplier Portal
Procurement Contracts (future)
Manufacturing
Discrete Manufacturing
Project Manufacturing
Flow Manufacturing
Project Contracts
Shop Floor Management
Process Manufacturing
Logistics
Inventory Management
Mobile Supply Chain Apps
Warehouse Management
Transportation Execution
Service
iSupport
TeleService
Service Contracts
Field Service
- Spares Management
- Advanced Scheduler
- Mobile Field Service
Depot Repair
Maintenance Mgmt.
Enterprise Asset Mgmt
Property Manager
Product Lifecycle Mgmt
Advanced Product Catalog
CADView-3D
Project Mgmt / Collab. Suite
Supply Chain Analytics
Supply Chain Intelligence
Oracle Finance, HR and CRM Footprint
Finance
Financials
General Ledger
Receivables
Credit Management
Payables/iPayment
Cash Management
Assets
Property Manager
Internet Expenses
iReceivables
Advanced Collections
Treasury
Lease Management
Cust Online/Data Librarian
Customer Model
Internal Controls Manager
Balanced Scorecard
Activity Based Management
Financial & Sales Analyzers
Financials Intelligence
Human Resources
Human Resources
Self-Service HR
Payroll
Advanced Benefits
Time & Labor
Training Administration
iLearning
iRecruitment
HR Intelligence
Projects
Project Management
Project Collaboration
Project Resource Mgmt
Project Costing/Billing
Internet Time
Project Contracts
Project Intelligence
Marketing & Sales
Marketing
Trade Management
Partners Online
TeleSales
Advanced Pricing
iStore
Field Sales
Sales Offline
Quoting
Incentive Compensation
Interaction Center
Advanced Inbound
Advanced Outbound
Scripting
eMail Center
Oracle’s Representative CPG
Supply Chain Customers by Product
Order Management
Bimbo Bakeries
Pella Corp.
Alcoa Consumer
John I. Haas
Coca Cola Egypt
Waterpik
Viking Range
Unilever Rocket
Uni-President
PepsiCo
Atari
Master Lock
Pell Corp
Royal Appliances
Sunny Queen Farms
Timex
Herbalife Int.
Schreiber Foods
Supply Chain Planning
Alcoa
Timex
John I. Haas
Cannon
Rudolph Foods
Coca Cola Egypt
PepsiCo Pakistan
Kellogg’s Europe
Procurement
Bimbo Bakeries
Waterpik
Rudolph Foods
Alcoa Consumer
Pella Corp
Odwalla
Atari
Cannon
John I. Haas
PepsiCo Int.
Suntory Water
Tropicana Europe
Viking Range
Starbucks
Process Manufacturing
JM Smuckers
Weyl Beef
Smithfield Foods
West Farm Foods
Fosters
Rudolph Foods
Tropicana Belgium
Seafresh
Sammontana
Wells Dairy
Uni-President
Schreiber Foods
Alcoa
Torani
Logistics
Royal Appliances
Viking Range
Pella Corp
Thermos Corp
Igloo
Republic Windows
Service
Cannon USA
Viking Range
Pella Corp
Suntory Water
Schreiber Foods
Maintenance Mgmt
Alcoa
Product Lifecycle Mgmt
PepsiCo Pakistan
Supply Chain Analytics
John I. Haas
Rudolph Foods
Cannon
Oracle’s Representative CPG
Finance, HR and CRM Customers by Product
Financials
PepsiCo
Alcoa consumer
JM Smuckers
Pella Corp
Bacardi
Timex
Waterpik
Sunny Queen Farms
ConAgra
Coca Cola Egypt
John I. Haas
Smithfield Foods
West Farm Foods
Blue Bell
Moosehead Breweries
Coty Cosmetics
Estee Lauder
Acco
Master Lock
Schreiber Foods
Weyl Beef
Knouse Foods
Rudolph Foods
Starbucks
Bimbo Bakeries
Fosters
Nantucket Nectars
Viking Range
Financials Intelligence
Bimbo Bakeries
Hallmark Cards
John I. Haas
Pella Corp
ConAgra
P&G
Bacardi
Starbucks
Sunny Queen
Deckers Outdoors
JM Smuckers
Warner Bros. Consumer
Alcoa Consumer
Human Resources
Human Resources
Estee Lauder
Land O Lakes
Blue Bell
Coca Cola Amatil
Bimbo Bakeries
Timex
ACCO
Payroll
Blue Bell
Coca Cola Amatil
Viking Range
Timex
Bimbo Bakeries
Projects
Blue Bell
Deckers Outdoors
Alcoa
Atari
Bimbo Bakeries
Hallmark
Marketing & Sales
Trade Management
Mattel
Schreiber Foods
Arnotts
Alcoa Consumer
Helen of Troy
Igloo
Poore Brothers
Premio Foods
Republic windows
Snack Brands Foods
Smithfield Foods
Suntory Water
Viking Range
Waterpik
Marketing & Sales
Starbucks
Unilever
Suntory Water
Sunny Queen Farms
Waterpik
Cannon Australia
Interaction Center
Unilever – Rocket
Sunny Queen Farms
Suntory Water
Royal Appliance
Cannon
Deckers Outdoors
Consumer Capabilities: Deep functionality
Evolution of Oracle Applications in CPG
Current Differentiators…
…11i.9…
…Coming in 11i.10
• Process Manufacturing
• Process Manufacturing
• Process Manufacturing
– Recipe Development
– Catch-Weights
– Shelf-Life & Status
Control
– Co- / By-Products
• Real Time Order Promising
and Visibility
• Multi-Channel Order Capture
• Advanced Pricing
• EDI Transactions for POs,
Ship Notices, Invoicing &
Warehousing
• Claims & Deductions Mgmt
• Lot Traceability
• Funds Management
• Promotional Planning
.
–
–
–
–
21 CFR Part 11 Compliance
HACCP Quality Test Points
Automatic Lot Grading
Manufacturing Scheduler
• Continuous Real-Time Demand
Planning
• Integrated Maintenance and
Production Planning
• High Volume Order Processing
• Enhanced Blanket Orders
and Releases
• Retroactive Promo Adjustments
• Promotional ROI Calculations
• 3rd Party POS Data Import
(to Calc Promotional Accruals)
• Transportation Execution
• Collaborative Sourcing
• Advanced Product Catalog
–
–
–
–
–
Computer-Aided Formulation
Lot-Specific Costing
Environmental Testing
Reserve Mfg to Sales Orders
Stability Studies
• Transportation Planning
• Enhanced Co-Product Planning
• Short Term Deployment Planning
• Business Account Planning
• Integrated Sales Contracts
• Quick Ship User Interface
• Customer Consigned Inventory
• Retroactive Pricing in Purchasing
• Global Procurement and
Drop Shipments
• Channel Budget Management
• Enhanced Management and
Resolution of Promotional Claims
The following is intended to outline our general product direction and is intended for information purposes only. The development, release and timing of
any features or functionality remains at the sole discretion of Oracle. This presentation is not a commitment to deliver any material, code or functionality.
Consumer Capabilities: Deep functionality
Evolution of Oracle Applications in Non-Durables
Current Differentiators…
…11i.9…
…Coming in 11i.10
• Mixed Mode Manufacturing
• Inventory Postponement
• Discrete Manufacturing
• Discrete Manufacturing
Optimization
– Flow Sequencing
– WIP Serial Tracking
– Resource Centric
• Supplier Collab & VMI
Scheduling Workbench
• Collaborative Planning
• Continuous Real-Time Demand
• Supply Chain Exception Mgmt Planning
• Integrated Maintenance and
• Real Time Order Promising
and Visibility
• Multi-Channel Order Capture
• Advanced Pricing
• EDI Transactions for POs,
Ship Notices, Invoicing &
Warehousing
• Claims & Deductions Mgmt
• Lot Traceability
• Funds Management
• Promotional Planning
.
Production Planning
• Enhanced Blanket Orders
and Releases
• Retroactive Promo Adjustments
• Promotional ROI Calculations
• 3rd Party POS Data Import
(to Calc Promotional Accruals)
• Transportation Execution
• Collaborative Sourcing
• Advanced Product Catalog
• High Volume Order Processing
– Option-Dependent Sourcing
for CTO
– Self-Svc Entry of Quality Data,
Non-Conformances & CARs
• Transportation Planning
• Short Term Deployment Planning
• Business Account Planning
• Integrated Sales Contracts
• Scarce Inventory Allocation
• Quick Ship User Interface
• Customer Consigned Inventory
• Retroactive Pricing in Purchasing
• Global Procurement and
Drop Shipments
• Channel Budget Management
• Enhanced Management and
Resolution of Promotional Claims
The following is intended to outline our general product direction and is intended for information purposes only. The development, release and timing of
any features or functionality remains at the sole discretion of Oracle. This presentation is not a commitment to deliver any material, code or functionality.
Summary
Committed to the CPG Space
Understand the key issues facing the
industry
Provide focused solutions
Building the future with key partner
participation
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