Teradata Transportation and Logistics Data Model

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Industry logical data models serve as maps to an organization's information.  Whether you're traveling or designing a data warehouse, maps and models can help you navigate the environment and home in on the details that could influence or affect your journey.

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Change is driving the transportation, logistics and distribution industries to migrate from a traditional service orientation to a more customer-centric focus. Teradata Transportation and Logistics Data Model (TLDM) can help your organization become more agile and responsive by providing the business intelligence framework for a powerful and flexible enterprise data warehouse. 

The Transportation Data Model is application-neutral and designed to support your entire enterprise. It can be tailored to address your unique requirements. Combined with the Teradata Transportation & Logistics Data Integration Roadmap, this Data Model leverages our vast experience with top transportation and logistics providers to bring together key information from every area of your business — customers, channels, products and operations for an enterprise-wide view of your data.

Features & Benefits

Teradata Transportation and Logistics LDM allows your enterprise to:

  • Model your enterprise to find the best roadmap to data warehouse support and growth
  • Identify next steps and best practices in implementing your Integrated Warehouse 
  • Jump-start the implementation of your Integrated Warehouse with companion physical data modeling reference guide
  • Implement and enforce built-in data type and naming standards
  • Monitor progress of your Integrated Warehouse implementation
  • Report on model metadata information and business data needed for analysis
  • Enhance interdepartmental communication and understanding
  • Accelerate time to market by leveraging Teradata knowledge
  • Attack the correct business problem areas
  • Synchronize business decisions across the enterprise
  • Align specific business improvement opportunities with enterprise strategy, business actions, and data modeling requirements
  • Integrate inventory, track and trace shipping, Customer Interaction Management, financial management reporting, and RFID support data
  • Reduce costs by reusing data and knowledge

Primary Components

  • Customer and Customer Contract Analysis
  • Promotional Analysis
  • Load Analysis
  • Web and Customer Activity
  • Inventory Management Analysis
  • Partner Analysis
  • Profitability Analysis
  • Order Analysis
  • Financial Management Analysis
  • Parts Analysis
  • Maintenance Analysis
  • Air Cargo Shipping Analysis
  • Unit Load Device Utilization Analysis
  • Postal Transport Utilization Analysis
  • Postal Mail Processing and Third-Party Mail Handlers Analysis

Next Steps

Plan—then execute

A data modeling blueprint is a critical differentiator for an integrated data warehouse.

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