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Warehouse Management in SAP S/4HANA

Embedded EWM


How do you run your warehouse with SAP S/4HANA? This comprehensive guide has the answers! Begin by setting up your embedded Extended Warehouse Management (EWM) system using organizational structures and master data. Then master your essential processes such as goods issue and receipt, putaway, picking, and taking inventory. From basic to advanced warehouse functionality, get the details you need for a successful implementation of SAP S/4HANA.

Highlights include:

-Configuration

-Warehouse structures

-Master data

-Goods receipt and issue

-Putaway

-Picking

-Physical inventory

-Monitoring

-Shipping and receiving

-Labor management

-Value-added services (VAS)

-Integration

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Sachan, Namita
Namita Sachan is a senior consultant at Capgemini UK who has 8 years of experience in SAP. She has worked on multiple EWM projects and is involved in setting up scenarios and POCs for clients for EWM in SAP S/4HANA.

Jain, Aman
Aman Jain is an SAP S/4HANA consultant with Accenture UK.
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  • 1 ... Foreword ... 23

    1 ... Introduction ... 25

    ... Target Audience ... 25

    ... Objective ... 26

    ... Structure of the Book ... 26

    ... Acknowledgements ... 31

    ... Basic Warehouse Management ... 33

    1 ... Warehouse Management in SAP ... 35

    1.1 ... What Is Warehouse Management? ... 35

    1.2 ... Warehouse Management with SAP ... 37

    1.3 ... SAP S/4HANA Conversion and Migration ... 41

    1.4 ... Deployment Options for SAP EWM ... 44

    1.5 ... Basic and Extended Warehouse Management ... 46

    1.6 ... Summary ... 48

    2 ... Organizational Structures ... 49

    2.1 ... Client ... 50

    2.2 ... Company ... 51

    2.3 ... Company Code ... 52

    2.4 ... Plant ... 53

    2.5 ... Storage Location ... 55

    2.6 ... Warehouse ... 56

    2.7 ... Summary ... 63

    3 ... First Steps in Implementing Embedded EWM in SAP S/4HANA ... 65

    3.1 ... Basic System Setup ... 66

    3.2 ... Master Data Integration ... 70

    3.3 ... Delivery Settings and Integration ... 71

    3.4 ... Migration from Third-Party Systems ... 75

    3.5 ... Migration from WM to Embedded EWM ... 77

    3.6 ... Summary ... 84

    4 ... Warehouse Structures ... 85

    4.1 ... Storage Type ... 87

    4.2 ... Storage Section ... 116

    4.3 ... Storage Bins ... 117

    4.4 ... Staging Area and Warehouse Door ... 133

    4.5 ... Activity Area ... 135

    4.6 ... Work Center ... 138

    4.7 ... Summary ... 145

    5 ... Master Data ... 147

    5.1 ... Supply Chain Unit ... 148

    5.2 ... Business Partners ... 148

    5.3 ... Product Master ... 152

    5.4 ... Packaging Material ... 185

    5.5 ... Packaging Specifications ... 187

    5.6 ... Routes ... 194

    5.7 ... Summary ... 195

    6 ... Cross-Process Settings ... 197

    6.1 ... Warehouse Requests ... 197

    6.2 ... Handling Units ... 211

    6.3 ... Warehouse Tasks ... 218

    6.4 ... Warehouse Order ... 225

    6.5 ... Storage Control ... 236

    6.6 ... Exception Handling ... 245

    6.7 ... Batch Management ... 252

    6.8 ... Stock Identification ... 259

    6.9 ... Catch Weight Management ... 264

    6.10 ... Postprocessing Framework ... 268

    6.11 ... Travel Distance Calculation ... 278

    6.12 ... Serial Number Management ... 283

    6.13 ... Quality Management ... 294

    6.14 ... Summary ... 317

    7 ... Inbound Processing ... 319

    7.1 ... What Happens During Inbound Processing? ... 320

    7.2 ... Configuring Inbound Delivery Processing ... 324

    7.3 ... Inbound Delivery ... 331

    7.4 ... Check-In ... 332

    7.5 ... Unloading and Goods Receipt ... 334

    7.6 ... Putaway ... 339

    7.7 ... Summary ... 358

    8 ... Outbound Processing ... 359

    8.1 ... What Happens During Outbound Processing? ... 360

    8.2 ... Configuring Outbound Delivery Processing ... 363

    8.3 ... Outbound Delivery ... 368

    8.4 ... Stock Removal ... 376

    8.5 ... Picking and Packing ... 386

    8.6 ... Loading ... 402

    8.7 ... Goods Issue Posting ... 405

    8.8 ... Summary ... 406

    9 ... Internal Warehouse Processes ... 407

    9.1 ... Replenishment ... 407

    9.2 ... Ad Hoc Warehouse Movement ... 423

    9.3 ... Posting Change ... 425

    9.4 ... Stock Transfer ... 430

    9.5 ... Summary ... 432

    10 ... Physical Inventory ... 433

    10.1 ... What Is Physical Inventory? ... 433

    10.2 ... Physical Inventory Processes ... 435

    10.3 ... Configuring Physical Inventory ... 441

    10.4 ... Physical Inventory Documents ... 453

    10.5 ... Using Radio Frequency in Physical Inventory Processes ... 462

    10.6 ... Summary ... 464

    11 ... Resource Management ... 465

    11.1 ... What Is Resource Management? ... 466

    11.2 ... Configuring Resource Management ... 466

    11.3 ... Radio Frequency ... 474

    11.4 ... Task Interleaving ... 479

    11.5 ... Pick, Pack, and Pass ... 480

    11.6 ... Resource Execution Constraint ... 485

    11.7 ... Summary ... 488

    12 ... Warehouse Monitoring and Reporting ... 489

    12.1 ... Warehouse Monitor ... 489

    12.2 ... Graphical Warehouse Layout ... 503

    12.3 ... Measurement Services ... 504

    12.4 ... Summary ... 505

    13 ... Advanced Production Integration ... 507

    13.1 ... What Is Advanced Production Integration? ... 507

    13.2 ... Configuring Advanced Production Integration ... 510

    13.3 ... Production Material Request ... 513

    13.4 ... Production Supply Area ... 514

    13.5 ... Staging and Consumption ... 518

    13.6 ... Receipt from Production ... 520

    13.7 ... Summary ... 522

    14 ... Radio Frequency Framework ... 523

    14.1 ... What Is the RF Framework? ... 523

    14.2 ... Configuring the RF Framework ... 525

    14.3 ... Navigation in RF ... 535

    14.4 ... Process Execution Using RF ... 537

    14.5 ... Summary ... 538

    ... Advanced Warehouse Management ... 539

    15 ... Cross-Docking ... 541

    15.1 ... What Is Cross-Docking? ... 541

    15.2 ... Merchandise Distribution ... 542

    15.3 ... Opportunistic Cross-Docking ... 548

    15.4 ... Summary ... 553

    16 ... Wave Management ... 555

    16.1 ... What Is Wave Management? ... 555

    16.2 ... Configuring Wave Management ... 557

    16.3 ... Wave Creation Process ... 565

    16.4 ... Two-Step Picking ... 570

    16.5 ... Summary ... 575

    17 ... Slotting and Rearrangement ... 577

    17.1 ... What Is Slotting? ... 577

    17.2 ... Configuring Slotting ... 578

    17.3 ... Slotting Process Steps ... 584

    17.4 ... Rearrangement ... 588

    17.5 ... Summary ... 590

    18 ... Shipping and Receiving ... 593

    18.1 ... What Are Shipping and Receiving? ... 593

    18.2 ... Configuring Shipping and Receiving ... 595

    18.3 ... Yard Management ... 605

    18.4 ... Shipping Cockpit ... 614

    18.5 ... Summary ... 616

    19 ... Labor Management ... 617

    19.1 ... What Is Labor Management? ... 617

    19.2 ... Settings for Labor Management ... 618

    19.3 ... Engineered Labor Standards ... 629

    19.4 ... Planning in Labor Management ... 631

    19.5 ... Execution in Labor Management ... 635

    19.6 ... Employee Performance ... 637

    19.7 ... Summary ... 639

    20 ... Value-Added Services ... 641

    20.1 ... What Are Value-Added Services? ... 641

    20.2 ... Configuring Value-Added Services ... 645

    20.3 ... Process Variants for Value-Added Service ... 653

    20.4 ... Auxiliary Products in Value-Added Services ... 656

    20.5 ... Printing Value-Added Services Documents ... 658

    20.6 ... Summary ... 660

    21 ... Kitting ... 661

    21.1 ... What Is Kitting? ... 661

    21.2 ... Kit to Stock ... 663

    21.3 ... Kit to Order ... 666

    21.4 ... Reverse Kitting ... 674

    21.5 ... Summary ... 677

    22 ... Cartonization Planning ... 679

    22.1 ... What Is Cartonization Planning? ... 679

    22.2 ... Configuring Cartonization Planning ... 682

    22.3 ... Creation of Planned Shipping Handling Units ... 685

    22.4 ... Managing Planned Shipping HUs in the Warehouse ... 690

    22.5 ... Summary ... 693

    23 ... SAP Dock Appointment Scheduling ... 695

    23.1 ... What Is SAP Dock Appointment Scheduling? ... 695

    23.2 ... Configuring SAP Dock Appointment Scheduling ... 696

    23.3 ... Planning for Carriers ... 704

    23.4 ... Summary ... 704

    24 ... Material Flow System ... 705

    24.1 ... What Is the Material Flow System? ... 706

    24.2 ... Configuring the Material Flow System ... 708

    24.3 ... Reprocessing Telegrams Using Material Flow System Actions ... 716

    24.4 ... Summary ... 719

    25 ... Integration with Other SAP Solutions ... 721

    25.1 ... Integration with SAP Transportation Management ... 722

    25.2 ... Integration with SAP Global Trade Services ... 729

    25.3 ... Summary ... 735

    ... Appendices ... 737

    A ... SAP Fiori Applications ... 737

    B ... The Authors ... 745

    ... Index ... 747

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Seitenzahl 765
Erscheinungsdatum 26.06.2018
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-1-4932-1638-3
Reihe SAP Press
Verlag Rheinwerk Verlag GmbH
Maße (L/B/H) 23.3/18.4/5 cm
Gewicht 1521 g
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