SAP Extended Warehouse Management (EMW)
SAP Extended Warehouse Management (EWM) is a standalone warehouse management system with a rich spectrum of warehouse and material handling functionality. Develop a solid understanding of what SAP ERP EWM is and how it can provide a competitive advantage for your business.
Tools used for EWM includes
- Yard Management
- Task and Resource Management
- Cross Docking, and more.
Configure the elements available in the
standard EWM solution and apply your own methods to solve common
business process requirements. Extend the solution to meet your more
complex or unique business requirements.
The Warehouse StructureApply the warehouse structure in your business domain, which provides the baseline for modeling warehouse processes.
Product Master Data
Utilize the essential master data management for the the success of your SAP EWM implementation, and maximize the value of the application to your organization.
Physical Inventory (PI)
Explore the capabilities of SAP EWM that support PI, including the main objects used by PI, supported procedures, and integration with Resource Management.
Warehouse Monitoring and Analytics: Utilize
the the various tools available for monitoring and reporting on
warehouse activities, including the Warehouse Management Monitor, the
Easy Graphics Framework, and SAP NetWeaver Business Warehouse.
SAP EWM has the following key features:
- Storage Bin Management
- Goods Movement
- Planning and Monitoring
Storage Bin Management
All storage facilities – such as bulk storage areas, fixed bin warehouses, or automatic warehouses – can be mapped in EWM. Material stocks can be managed at the storage bin level, so that all stock movements can be tracked in detail.
You can process all warehouse goods movements using EWM, such as goods receipts, goods issues, stock transfers and goods replenishment. With put-away and stock removal strategies you can optimize warehouse capacities and material flows.
Planning and Monitoring
EWM supports the planning, monitoring and optimizing of warehouse processes, giving you an overview of all goods movements and stocks. With the extended monitoring functionality of EWM, warehouse managers can be kept constantly up-to-date as to the current warehouse situation.
The combination of extensive SAP ERP
knowledge and strong BI data modelling skills have enabled our
partners to develop customer specific Data Warehousing solutions,
following a common enterprise Data Warehousing approach. Data
Warehouse experience includes retail implementations with over four
terabytes of data, and supply chain reporting solutions combining
information from seven different ERP systems.
addition to supporting traditional BI applications, we can help you
implement a Data Warehouse solution as a central data hub. This provides
structured data to support business processes and to interface
information between systems.