May 17 2020

Extended Warehouse Management Software, SAP, pharmaceutical warehouse.

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Simplify complex logistics – with an SAP Extended Warehouse Management system

Manage high-volume warehouse operations with SAP Extended Warehouse Management. The system integrates complex supply chain logistics with your warehouse and distribution processes – delivering the ultimate in visibility and control. Optimise inventory tracking, cross-docking, distribution operations, multi-channel fulfilment, and more – all in real time.

Why SAP Extended Warehouse Management?

Because it offers flexible, automated support for warehouse and distribution logistics – as well as inventory tracking and management. With the SAP Extended Warehouse Management system you can:

  • Maximise visibility and control in high-volume warehouses
  • Support a full range of warehouse processes
  • Optimise warehouse resource and asset utilisation
  • Manage item movement within warehouses – from goods receipt to issue
  • Run on SAP HANA to handle throughput of up to one million items per day
  • Leverage sophisticated features that can scale as you grow

Key functional capabilities in SAP Extended Warehouse Management:

Support yard management, put-away and stock removal strategies, expected goods receipt, cross-docking, value-added services, and quality management.

Perform wave and replenishment processing.

Manage handling units, perform goods slotting, and process physical inventory.

Distribution centre processes

Support radio frequencies, serial numbers, resource management, labour management, and material flow systems.

Supported warehouse types:

Learn how SAP Extended Warehouse Management makes it easier for IT to integrate, extend, and deploy an extended WMS.

Object-based and object-oriented programming

Get IT up and running quickly with the application’s familiar object-based and ABAP-type programming.

Single client per instance

Handle warehouses replicated within and managed by other ERP systems.

Communicate with components in SAP SCM, SAP ERP, or 3rd-party systems – via SAP Remote function calls, SAP ALE technology, and Web services.

The SAP EWM architecture follows the classical separation of data access, presentation, and actual functional layers.

“Radio frequency framework” for mobile UIs

Standardise mobile implementation techniques, support custom enhancements, and connect transactions to back-end systems.

Add specific logic via open interfaces using 16 product development standards, simple rules based on master data, and flexible condition techniques.

Bundle available business objects, and combine them with existing components not located within individual business objects.

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