A Unique Opportunity to explore SAP Extended Warehouse Management (EWM) in Detail

SAP UK and Westernacher are hosting an SAP Extended Warehouse Management (EWM) Forum on 7 July 2011 at SAP UK's Offices in Feltham to allow a limited number of SAP users (6 companies) to spend a day looking at EWM in detail

SAP EWM Forum by SAP UK and Westernacher
(PresseBox) ( London, )
The day will consist of demonstrations of key warehouse processes, as well as an opportunity to explore specific topics submitted by attendees before the day.

Event details
Venue: SAP UK, Clockhouse Place, Feltham
Date: 7th July 2011
Time: 9:30 to 16:00
Pre-registration only: www.westernacher.com/...

The following topics have already been submitted by attendees:
- EWM Introduction covering Architecture
- EWM Look And Feel: Some process examples
- Inbound with RF deconsolidation
- Wave Management
- Warehouse Creation Rules
- Slotting
- Cross Docking
- VAS and Kitting: Special aspects, e.g. Reverser kitting
- Physical Inventory
- Monitoring the Warehouse. Warehouse Cockpit, Monitor and Measurement Services
- Integration Aspects: Stock Allocation with SPP
- MFS Simulation
- Labour Management
- Building a business case
- Customising: Routing and Warehouse Topology, RF Framework

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