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SAP Extended Warehouse Management: Processes, Functionality, and Configuration
     

SAP Extended Warehouse Management: Processes, Functionality, and Configuration

by M. Brian Carter, Frank-Peter Bauer, Jorg Lange, Tim Dalm, Christoph Persich
 
This is the definitive guide to SAP EWM, covering everything from a general functional overview to detailed system setup and configuration guidelines. You’ll learn about the key capabilities of the EWM solution; explore the configuration elements available in the standard solution; discover the methods used to solve common business process requirements; and find

Overview

This is the definitive guide to SAP EWM, covering everything from a general functional overview to detailed system setup and configuration guidelines. You’ll learn about the key capabilities of the EWM solution; explore the configuration elements available in the standard solution; discover the methods used to solve common business process requirements; and find out how to extend the solution to meet your more complex or unique business requirements.1. The Warehouse Structure
Learn about the warehouse structure, which provides the baseline for modeling warehouse processes.2. Product Master Data
Understand why effective master data management is critical to the success of any SAP EWM
implementation, and how it can help you maximize the value of the application to your organization.3. 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.4. Warehouse Monitoring and Analytics
Read about 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 BW).5. Deploying EWM
Gain an understanding of the deployment options for SAP EWM, and how to use the automated configuration method and data load programs to get you started quickly.Highlights:

  • Warehouse Stock Management
  • Production Supply
  • Internal Movements
  • Exception Handling
  • Cross Docking
  • Yard Management
  • Kitting
  • Labor Management
  • Authorizations and Roles and Archiving

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781592293049
Publisher:
Rheinwerk Publishing, Inc.
Publication date:
02/01/2010
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
847
Product dimensions:
6.90(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)

Meet the Author

M. Brian Carter has nearly 12 years of experience with SAP software, 11 of those working directly for SAP - 8 years in consulting and 3 years in solution management. He is currently acting as a solution manager in the SAP Business Unit Service and Asset Management, focusing on Extended Warehouse Management and Reverse Logistics. He has been focusing on the SAP Extended Warehouse Management product since the months before its initial release in December 2005.

Frank-Peter Bauer has worked with SAP Extended Warehouse Management since 2002, first as a developer in the EWM development team and then as a solution manager for the SAP solution for service parts management, focusing on EWM. Since 2007, he has worked in the consulting department for supply chain management as a principal consultant, project lead, and business development manager for EWM. Before joining SAP, Frank-Peter worked for six years as a supply chain consultant focusing on logistics and warehousing. He has worked on implementation of EWM with companies in Germany, the United Kingdom, and Sweden.

Joerg Lange has worked since 2002 for SAP Deutschland AG
& Co. KG as Senior Consultant and Project Manager, working with customers mainly in the logistics area, especially warehouse management. In 2004, he participated in the development phases of SAP Extended Warehouse Management and since then has worked on implementation projects in Germany, France, Italy and the U.S. Joerg currently lives in Ratingen, Germany with his wife, Rebecca, and his son, Jonas.

Tim Dalm is a Principal Consultant with SAP America, Inc.,
with eight years of experience with SAP logistics and warehouse management solutions. He has worked on several SAP Extended Warehouse Management projects in the US and Europe. Tim currently lives in Philadelphia, PA.

Christoph Persich is a solution consultant and project lead in the SAP field services department, where he leads customer projects for warehousing. His focus is the online mobile device integration with radio frequency technologies, which he successfully implemented in several customer projects. He is also responsible for implementing SAP RFID solutions and integrating them into the SAP solutions for warehouse processes.

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