What you'll learn:
- To know what can be done with S/4 HANA EWM
- To create the necessary Organizational Units and Master Data for working with S/4 HANA EWM
- To understand the differences between S/4 HANA EWM and SAP WM
SAP EWM is the NEW functionality that SAP provides for the management of inventory in different specific locations inside the new release S/4 HANA.
Although not needed in all organizations, it is a module every logistics consultant or practitioner should know about.
SAP EWM allows to subdivide SAP Inventory Management Storage Locations in different specific places and at the same time it offers all related functionality for the placement in Warehouses (Putaway processes) and the removal from them (Stock Removal processes).
At the same time it contains different integration functionality with the rest of Logistics or related modules (SAP PP, SAP SD, SAP QM, …).
Learn all SAP EWM concepts with this course:
What is SAP EWM
What Organizational Units can we use and for what
What Master Data should we create
What are the main differences with SAP WM
Prove in your job interviews and in your CV that you know about SAP S/4 HANA Extended Warehouse Management.
The only way of choosing or delivering the best solution to any different organization is knowing all the available standard functionality offered by SAP.
With this course you will get to know and understand all the SAP EWM Organizational Units and Master Data and the different available processes to configure in SAP S/4 HANA.
If you are new into Logistics, you will also acquire an understanding of the common processes shared by large companies in this area.
This course will start with a definition and description of the main EWM Organizational Units and then it will define all the different Master Data required for the use of EWM.
In the future it will be enhanced and completed with additional functionality offered by S/4 HANA EWM.
All the different points will be introduced with a theoretical presentation for understanding the concept and with some demos for seeing how to interact with the system.