What will you learn?
In a nutshell: how to run your warehouse with S/4 Hana. But how does one do that exactly? As a comprehensive guide, Warehouse Management in SAP S/4 Hana answers all the questions you could have. Discover how to set up embedded EWM in S/4Hana by taking a look at organizational and warehouse structures, see how to configure process-specific developments, and find out how to work with master data.
Once you have your system set up, learn all about the basic and advanced warehouse functionality available to you. See how to track goods coming into your warehouse, where they go once you have them, and how to clear them from your system once they’ve been dispatched to customers. Best of all? The book is up to date for release 1709, so you’ll be sure to have the most accurate information.
Discover how to perform putaway, picking, and inventory calculations, and find out how to create goods issues and receipts. Chapters on advanced features such as slotting, kitting and cartonization, and wave management will be beneficial to those working in complex manufacturing environments as they navigate a new S/4 Hana system. And ensure seamless business processes by learning how to integrate your warehouse with other SAP solutions such as SAP Transportation Management and SAP Global Trade Services.
Other highlights include:
- Resource management
- Shipping and receiving
- Labor management
- Value-added services
Who is this book for?
The book is written specifically for those working in the warehousing space. Those in management will want this book on their desk so they can understand the software behind their success. And those tasked with setting up S/4Hana and embedded EWM will find this book their constant companion as they work towards a smooth implementation.
Authors Aman Jain and Namita Sachan bring nearly 20 years of SCM experience to this book, providing readers with 765 pages of helpful tips and tricks that we feel are necessary to really work well with EWM in S/4Hana. And with SAP discontinuing new licenses for ERP’s WM module in just over two years, there’s no better time to learn about the future.