Industry data model foundation for IDW
Teradata transportation and logistics data model (TLDM)
The Teradata Transportation and Logistics Data Model (TLDM) maps the information required to support challenging business use cases. The model’s base of strategic, high-value business information supports organizational growth and profitability objectives, and because it’s integrated and subject-oriented, also provides the backbone for decision-support, analytical, and information environment. The TLDM encompasses business data, data relationships, business rules governing data relationships, and transportation-specific topic areas, providing a single, integrated view that lets business and IT users communicate about information needs and systems.
Core Business Support
Support for purchasing and contracting, inventory levels and allocations, component maintenance scheduling/prioritization, reliability management, line and engine maintenance, and aircraft overhaul.
Demand chain management
Optimize inventory levels for omni-channel supply chains and synchronize demand throughout the supply chain, from point of purchase to vendor.
Supply chain logistics
Plan, implement, and control the forward and reverse flow and storage of goods, services, and information from point of origin to point of consumption.
Customer relationship management
Track customer behavior from submission of Bill of Lading (BoL), through transport to delivery to improve customer service and profitability.
Measure and manage business financial performance, identify financial statement trends, and perform multi-dimensional financial analysis using detailed financial information.
Examine revenue generated by customers versus overall tonnage carried to determine who the best customers are and where profits are centered.
Drive better Web utilization, quality customer service, and lower support overhead using data tied to customer interactions, tracking/tracing patterns, and usage.
Industry segment support
Determine which partner relationships are profitable, both in terms of profit and customer satisfaction.
Establish rock-solid security measures without sacrificing data privacy of your business, customers, or suppliers.
Rail shipment, operations
Identify and overcome the various issues and obstacles that preclude maximum logistic performance.
Truckload, less than truckload
Analyze various factors including price, shipment type and size, and delivery time to determine the best shipping option for an organization.
Supports airway bill tracking, maximum lift capacity and cargo revenues, better Universal Load Device (ULD) utilization, and customs processing.
Enables analysis to optimize equipment, people, facilities, and processes across the network for mail and packages while minimizing total costs.
Isolate excessive costs on service selection with a view into various costs and quantify overspend amounts for enhanced control of shipping operations.
3PL, 4PL Logistics
Helps optimize third party logistics handlers (3PL) and fourth party logistics providers, ensuring consistent quality and compliance to standards.