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SAP- EWM Extended Warehouse Management
Extended Warehouse Management (EWM) offers you flexible, automated support for processing various goods movements and for managing stocks in your warehouse complex. The system supports planned and efficient processing of all logistics processes in your warehouse.
What is EWM?
If you manage your warehouse stocks using the application component Inventory Management (MM-IM), you manage the quantities and values of stocks in several storage locations.
In contrast, EWM gives you the option of mapping your entire warehouse complex in detail in the system, down to storage bin level. Not only does this give you an overview of the total quantity of a product in the warehouse, but you can also always see exactly where a specific product is, at any time, in your warehouse complex. With EWM, you can optimize the use of various storage bins and stock movements, and can store together stocks from several plants in randomly-managed warehouse. Using EWM, you can control and optimize various processes in the warehouse.
EWM is completely integrated into Inventory Management and Delivery Processing. Business processes, which you trigger in other application components, lead to physical goods movements in your warehouse. You organize, control, and monitor these goods movements using EWM.
Planning and Monitoring
EWN gives you an overview of all goods movements and warehouse stocks. The system supports you in planning, monitoring, and optimizing work processes. For example, it gives you a preview of the workloads for the coming days, or enables you to take preventive action in critical warehouse processes, so that you can perform stock movements on time. The extensive monitoring functions give you a current view of all activities in the warehouse. You can control the actual work in the warehouse using the individual monitors.
* Basic organizational data related to Extended warehouse management
* Describe the major processes and functions in Extended Warehouse Management (EWM)
* Describe the EWM Master Data integration with the ERP system
* Understand the EWM documents used in the inbound, outbound and warehouse processes.
* An Introduction to the Extended Warehouse Management system and its architechture.
* Organizational Elements and structure requirements of EWM
* Master Data requirements of EWM
* Warehouse Monitor and RF Framework
* Goods Receipt Processing:
* Inbound EWM documents
* Warehouse task and order creationand execution
* Process and layout storage control for goods receipts
* Goods Issue Processing:
* Outbound EWM documents
* Warehouse task and order creation and execution
* Process and layout storage control for goods issues.
* Production supply
* Additional Functions in EWM:
* Slotting and Rearrangement
* Yard Management