Warehouse Management with SAP ERP: Functionality and Technical Configuration, 3rd Edition 2016
- 7h 40m
- Martin Murray, Sanil Kimmatkar
- Rheinwerk Publishing Inc.
Ensure an efficient and orderly Warehouse Management implementation with this comprehensive guide to SAP WM in SAP ERP! Learn to customize and use critical functionalities, like goods receipt and goods issue, as well as advanced technologies such as RFID, EDI, and mobile data entry. Covering everything from stock management to picking strategies, this expert guide includes ITSmobile, connections with SAP PP and QM, the Warehouse Activity Monitor, and more.
- Configure SAP WM in SAP ERP for your warehouse requirements
- Use basic and advanced warehouse functionalities for moving stock in, out, and around your warehouse
- Employ ITSmobile and new planning and monitoring tools
SAP WM Processes
Grasp the essentials of warehouse management, including goods receipt, goods issue, replenishment, and putaway. Then master advanced topics such as hazardous materials management, cross-docking, and value-added services.
SAP WM Configuration
Understand the configuration details necessary to optimize your SAP WM implementation, from storage bins to yard management.
Real World Scenarios
Explore concrete business cases and examples to help you put expert tips into practice in your own warehouse.
- Stock management
- Goods receipt and goods issue
- Picking strategies
- Putaway strategies
- Inventory management
- Yard management
- Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)
- Radio frequency identification (RFID)
About the Authors
Martin Murray was a respected Logistics consultant and worked with IBM for more than 15 years. He joined the computer industry upon his graduation from Middlesex University in 1986. In 1991, he began working with SAP R/2 in the materials management are for a London-based multinational beverage company, and in 1994 he moved to the United States to work as an SAP R/3 consultant.
Sanil Kimmatkar is currently a WM consultant for Reynolds Brands, and has previously worked with consulting firms like Accenture, Wipro, and HP. He has more than a decade of SAP implementation experience and specializes in Logistics Execution, Materials Management, and Warehouse Management.
In this Book
Basic Warehouse Functions
Storage Unit Management
Hazardous Materials Management
Planning and Monitoring Workloads
Value-Added Services and Task and Resource Management
Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)
Mobile Data Entry
Radio Frequency Identification Technology
SAP Extended Warehouse Management