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Storage Control(SC):

Storage Control is used to replicate the complex put away or stock removal process, therefore executing through multiple process steps (via Intermediate Bins). You can activate POSC for multiple process steps and LOSC for Layout restricted processes in Warehouse.

Yard Management:

The yard is the area where we manage vehicles and Transportation Units(TU). With Yard Management solution, any movement within Yard can be tracked and the movements are executed via Warehouse Task(WTs)


Cross-Docking is “ Cross the Dock” basically the process where products received from the Supplier are directly routed to the customer i.e. directly from receiving area to the shipping area without storing them in the final bin. SAP EWM has a full-blown solution to manage Cross-Docking.

Labour Management:

Labor Management (LM) is used to manage and measure the performance of the labour in the warehouse. This solution will help to analyze the utilization of the resource and thus provide the information to the HR team which can help them to award the labour with perks.

Exception Handling:

SAP EWM has come up with the Exception handling framework with which we can create the exception codes which can handle the exceptional situation in real-time ( Ex: Change of Bins, Change of HU). SAP EWM has more than 40 preconfigured exception codes that can fulfil almost all needs.


Kitting is a process where different products but related to each other are grouped, packed and supplied as a single unit. Value-Added Services(VAS) can also include in the process to capture and execute the customer-specific packaging. Both Kit-To-Stock and Kit-To-Order can be handled with these solutions.

Quality Inspection Engine:

A web-based application that can be used to manage quality management (WM)  processes(Ex: receiving from Supplier)  within the warehouse. A sophisticated QM solution is compatible to be integrated into any third-party system.

Dock Appointment Schedule:

DAS is used to plan the vehicle arrivals in the Warehouse more effectively. With the DAS, the carrier or Forwarding Agent  can book a slot for the Door and arrive at the appointed time


  • SAP EWM enables you to manage warehouse activities like picking, posting and managing storage bins and order receipts.

  • In addition to an alert for changed data, you can set alerts for reversals or corrections of the receipt of the goods from EWM to the ERP system. You can also set alerts for an inbound delivery split from EWM to the ERP system.

  • The handling units containing different products can be deconsolidated before they are put away in different storage areas.

  • Slotting allows you to determine storage concepts for products and to optimize the warehouse arrangement automatically.

  • Work packages allow you to perform executable tasks, such as warehouse tasks, which warehouse employees should perform as part of warehouse management.

  • From yard check-in to yard check-out, including movements and other tasks within the yard, you can manage and track vehicles in this application.

  • SAP EWM also involves the handling and storage of hazardous substances and their transportation in accordance with SAP Environmental Health & Safety EHS.

  • Additionally, SAP EWM allows you to plan labour times and resources more effectively, and as a result, you can manage key resource management tasks efficiently in your warehouse.

  • The SAP EWM Warehouse cockpit allows you to display warehouse key figures graphically and to evaluate or monitor warehouse activities based on chart types.

  • Using cross-docking, you can transport handling units across different distribution centres or warehouses until they reach their final destination in the warehouse.