Oracle Transportation Management Cloud 22B Release General 30 Mar 2022 by Sam Levin Oracle Transportation Management Cloud 22B Release Gain Insight Into What Is In The Latest Release The current economic crisis has tested supply chains and reminded the world that running efficient and resilient logistics operations is always a challenging endeavor. Perhaps more than ever, Transportation has become an even more essential part of the supply chain, increasing the need for technology. We are excited to announce that the latest update of Oracle Transportation and Global Trade Management delivers new and improved logistics capabilities that continue to help customers optimize their logistics and global trade compliance operations. OTM/GTM Cloud Release 22B includes a modern user experience, as well enhancements in transportation planning, dock scheduling, financials, logistics network modeling, transportation intelligence, global trade management, and customs management. The quarterly update will be deployed to Oracle cloud customers in May, June, and July 2022 with compelling features that include: Next-generation Enhanced Workbenches developed using Oracle JET technology Improved access and visibility to Documents throughout the application Simplified action to move multiple orders to a target shipment Enhanced Graphical Bulk Plan Diagnostics Logistics Machine Learning – Event-based ETA Prediction Model Enhanced integration capabilities via support for OAuth 2.0 and Header Profiles Improved system operations and Historical Metrics for REST Services GTM enhancements across Restricted Party Screening, Trade Agreements, and AES Filing capabilities Bug fixes across virtually every module New Parameters and Properties If you are interested in reading more about these changes you can access all of Oracle’s documentation by following the link below. Please note you will need an Oracle support login to access the release notes. https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/saas/transportation/22b/index.html Contact Us if you are interested in taking full advantage of the latest capabilities. Sergio Sardinas | Key Contributor Sergio has deep domain expertise starting with a dual Master’s Degree in Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering from the University of Miami. Sergio has worked as an implementation manager at one of the largest international logistics providers. A native of Miami, Florida, Sergio’s Logistics software experience comes from starting as an entry-level sales consultant at Oracle supporting Latin America and serving as a product liaison with HQ. After Oracle acquired G-Log, Sergio led their consulting practice on some of the very first OTM projects in Latin America. Fast forward 15+ years, Sergio is a passionate and highly qualified collaborative leader playing a pivotal role in delivering innovative TMS solutions that increase supply chain performance and reliability, reduce logistics costs, and build supply chain resilience.