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SCM Ex t ended War ehouse

Management Det ai l ed Over vi ew


Elinor Castell
Solution Management EWM
SAP AG
AGENDA
1. Introduction & Roadmap
2. Detailed Overview
3. Upcoming Functionality in EWM 7.01
4. Summary
SAP: 16+ Year s of Warehousi ng Ex pert i se
Ex t endi ng t he Sc ope of our War ehousi ng sol ut i ons
2008 1993
Storage
Units
Parallel
Processing
1995
Integration
PP
QM
LIS
1997 1998
Decentralized
WM
Prototype
of RF
2000
Native RF/
SAP Console
HUM
Packing Stn
2002
Task and
Resource
Management
R/3
Release
2.0/2.1
R/3
Release
3.0/3.1
R/3
Release
4.0
Rough Workload
Estimate
Picking Waves/
Two Step picking
Warehouse
Monitor
Integration to HR
R/3
Release
4.5
R/3
Release
4.6
R/3
Release
4.7 EE1
2003
ERP EWM
XD
YM
VAS
R/3
Release
4.7 EE2
2005
SCM
EWM
5.0
SCM
EWM
5.1
SCM
EWM
7.0
2009 2006
Slotting
Rearrange-
ment
Warehouse
Orders
Warehouse
Monitor
Internal
Routing
Labor Mgmt
MFS
WH Cockpit
RFID Integr.
Batch Mgmt
Serial Nr
Catch Weight
ESA
SCM
EWM
7.1
Integration
to Transp.
processes
*Reverse
Logistics
enhancements
Graphical
WH Layout
Production
Supply
Merchandise
Distrib. XD
Task
Interleaving
2010
Ent er pri se, Ser vi c e Par t s Ex ec ut i on and Net w or k Foc us
SAP Warehouse Management in mySAP ERP
(integrated or decentralized WM)
Enterprise Focus SPE / Network Focus
Integrated Scenario
SAP SAP
ERP ERP
Logistics
FI/CO
WM
Decentralized ERP Scenario
ERP ERP
SAP SAP
LES LES
SAP SAP
LES LES
Other
ERP
Dec WM = full SAP ECC system
WM WM
SCM Extended Warehouse Management
SCM EWM
Add-On
Extended
WM
Extended
WM
Extended
WM
SAP SCM
ERP ERP
ERP ERP
AGENDA
1. Introduction & Roadmap
2. Detailed Overview
3. Upcoming Functionality in EWM 7.01
4. Summary
EWM I nbound Pr oc ess Over vi ew
Process Exceptions/Manage Work in Process
Receive ASN Data
ASN Validation
and Correction
Transport
Unit Arrival
Manage
Transport Unit
Unload
Transport Uni t
Goods
Recei pt
Deconsol idation
(Internal
Routing)
Putaway
Slotting
Putaway Bi n
Determi nati on
New New
New New
New
New
New I nbound Pr oc esses
Transportation Cross dock
Returns/Reverse Logisti cs
Pi ck From Receiving/
Push Deployment
Packaging Execution
New New
New New
EWM Out bound Pr oc ess
Warehouse
Orders
Order/
Deployment
Route
Determination
Wave
Management
Picking
Bin
Determination
Picking
Work
Assignment
Packing Staging
Loading
and
Goods Issue
Process Exceptions/Manage Work in Process
New
New
New
EWM I nt er nal Pr oc esses
Kitting
Replenishment
Inventory Counts
Record Accuracy
Rearrangement
Process Exceptions/Manage Work In Process
New
New
New
Addi t i onal War ehousi ng Pr oc esses
Yard Management
Quality Inspection
Engine
New
Management and
Tracking of Vehicles/
Transportation Units
from yard check-in,
throughout the yard
movements tasks, and
yard check-out
Service oriented Quality
Inspection Engine to support
the quality processes for
warehouse management
EH&S data and checks
used in Product Storage,
Shipping Documents
and Transportation
Routing
New
Environmental
Health & Safety
New
Foreign Trade/
Bonded
Warehouse
Customs management
SPL Screening
Re-exports
Duty unpai d returns
Process Exceptions/Manage Work in Process
New
Central monitori ng of the warehouse acti vities
Handling Resources (Fork lift, pi cker) in the warehouse
and assi gn onl y the work that can be done by this resource.
Visibil ity of stock on resources
Optimi ze warehouse constantl y
(Housekeepi ng)
Handl ing of multi step picki ng and putaway
Finding the best locati on in the warehouse based on
product demand (fast changing) and
product dimensi ons.
Assign the ri ght workl oad (weight, volume,
number of items) to the warehouse worker,
that can be picked together
Wave picki ng based on flexible criteria
Internal routing
Slotting
Rearrangement
Warehouse Order Creati on
Resource Management
Wave Management
Warehouse Moni tor
Transportation Cross-Docki ng
Transportation of HUs across different DCs or WHs
Ex ampl e of Busi ness Requi r ement s & EWM Func t i onal i t y
Possi bi l i t i es of I nt er nal Rout i ng
Layout based internal routing defining intermediate points
between storage types for handling of multi-step picking and
putaway
Process oriented internal routing defining
mandatory / optional steps
Loading / Unloading
Packing
Counting
Deconsolidation
Putaway / Picking
Staging
Layout Or i ent ed I nt er nal Rout i ng
High rack area
B
Goods receipt area
A
Check-point
Y
Handling Unit
HU Warehouse Task
Z Node
WT not active
Active WT
Z
WT not active
WT active
From To Intermediate
A B Y
Y B Z
Basic
Concept
WT active

Compl ex Put aw ay w i t h Pr oc ess Or i ent ed I nt er nal Rout i ng


Final
SType
JK04
Goods Receipt
SType: 9010
Bin: GR-ZONE
Final
SType
JK01
Deconsolidation Station: AP1
SType: APDK
1
type: 9030
Bin: Door1
2 Step: IB01
Unloading
3
Step: IB02
Deconsolidation
4
Step: IB03
Put-away
Prod. WT
Mat. 2
Prod. WT
Mat. 1
Sec:
AP1I
Sec: 0001
Bin: AP1
Bin:
AP1I
Ex ampl e of Busi ness Requi r ement s & EWM Func t i onal i t y
Central monitori ng of the warehouse acti vities
Handling Resources (Fork lift, pi cker) in the warehouse
and assi gn onl y the work that can be done by this resource.
Visibil ity of stock on resources
Optimi ze warehouse constantl y
(Housekeepi ng)
Handl ing of multi step picki ng and putaway
Finding the best locati on in the warehouse based on
product demand (fast changing) and
product dimensi ons.
Assign the ri ght workl oad (weight, volume,
number of items) to the warehouse worker,
that can be picked together
Wave picki ng based on flexible criteria
Internal routing
Slotting
Rearrangement
Warehouse Order Creati on
Resource Management
Wave Management
Warehouse Moni tor
Transportation Cross-Docki ng
Transportation of HUs across different DCs or WHs
Sl ot t i ng
Find and optimize bin for material
Physical criteria to find appropriate bin type
-> Space optimization
Demand criteria to find appropriate bin section
-> Time optimization
Rule based Rearrangement of material in bins
-> Closing the optimizing loop
Sl ot t i ng
Slotti ng automati call y determi nes a storage concept for a product.
The system determi nes the underl yi ng storage parameters that are relevant for put-away on the basis
of master data, including:
product data
storage requirement data
packaging data
These parameters descri be
the storage section in which the product is to be stored
the properties that the storage bin is to have
the putaway strategy that is to be used.
Slotti ng takes into account master data that is not dependent on the execution process. If the putaway
process for a product is dependent on execution parameters, this dependency is taken into
account l ater on duri ng storage bin determi nation. This does not, however, have an effect on the
results of sl otti ng.
Sl ot t i ng
Slotting determines the following storage parameters and updates the product
master:
Putaway strategy
Maximum quantity in storage type
Storage section indicator
Storage bin types
Slotting could also determine a fixed bin for product
Slotting provides the basis for Rearrangement (carrying out the results of the
slotting run)
It is also possible to simulate the slotting run
Ex ampl e of Busi ness Requi r ement s & EWM Func t i onal i t y
Central monitori ng of the warehouse acti vities
Handling Resources (Fork lift, pi cker) in the warehouse
and assi gn onl y the work that can be done by this resource.
Visibil ity of stock on resources
Optimi ze warehouse constantl y
(Housekeepi ng)
Handl ing of multi step picki ng and putaway
Finding the best locati on in the warehouse based on
product demand (fast changing) and
product dimensi ons.
Assign the ri ght workl oad (weight, volume,
number of items) to the warehouse worker,
that can be picked together
Wave picki ng based on flexible criteria
Internal routing
Slotting
Rearrangement
Warehouse Order Creati on
Resource Management
Wave Management
Warehouse Moni tor
Transportation Cross-Docki ng
Transportation of HUs across different DCs or WHs
Rear r angement opt i mi zes w ar ehouse management
and r educ es oper at i onal c ost s
Pick Order
before Optimization
Rearrangement
Execution
Golden Zone
for Fast Movers
and...Improved Service Level !
Business Case
60.000 line items a day
~ 450 hours time
saving per day
> 1.000.000$
savings per year!
Ex ampl e of Busi ness Requi r ement s & EWM Func t i onal i t y
Central monitori ng of the warehouse acti vities
Handling Resources (Fork lift, pi cker) in the warehouse
and assi gn onl y the work that can be done by this resource.
Visibil ity of stock on resources
Optimi ze warehouse constantl y
(Housekeepi ng)
Handl ing of multi step picki ng and putaway
Finding the best locati on in the warehouse based on
product demand (fast changing) and
product dimensi ons.
Assign the ri ght workl oad (weight, volume,
number of items) to the warehouse worker,
that can be picked together
Wave picki ng based on flexible criteria
Internal routing
Slotting
Rearrangement
Warehouse Order Creati on
Resource Management
Wave Management
Warehouse Moni tor
Transportation Cross-Docki ng
Transportation of HUs across different DCs or WHs
War ehouse Or der Cr eat i on Pr oc ess
A list of warehouse requests are created
These warehouse requests will be grouped
into one wave
Based on the wave numerous WTs will be
created
All WTs will pass the Black Box Warehouse
Order creation. Depending on customizing,
warehouse orders can contain WTs from
different deliveries.
WHR1
WHR1
WHR1
WHR1
WHR 1
WHR1
WHR1
WHR1
WHR1
WT 1
WHR1
WHR1
WHR1
WHR1
WT n
WO 1
WHR1 WHR1 WHR1 WHR1 TO
WO 2
WHR1 WHR1 WHR1 WHR1 TO
WO n
WHR1 WHR1 WHR1 WHR1 TO
Warehouse Order
Creati on
Wave 1
War ehouse Or der Cr eat i on Sc hemat i c Fl ow
WHR 2
WHR 1
1
WT
WT
WT
WT
WT
WT
WT
WT
WT
WT
2
AA 02
WT
1
WT
3
WT
2
WT
4
4
Try WOCR3
AA 02
WT
1
WT
2
6
Try WOCR2
Created Warehouse
Order 4711
WT
3
WT
4
5
Created Warehouse
Order 4712
WT
1
WT
2
7
AA 01
a) WOCR1
b) WOCR2
c) WOCR3
AA 02
a) WOCR3
b) WOCR2
AA 02
a) WOCR1
WO Creation Rules (Customizing):
WT WT
WT WT WT WT
WT
AA 01
AA 02
AA 03
WT
WT
3
Groupingby Activity Area:
Wave Handl i ng: Gr oupi ng of Del i ver y Li nes
Ex ampl e of Busi ness Requi r ement s & EWM Func t i onal i t y
Central monitori ng of the warehouse acti vities
Handling Resources (Fork lift, pi cker) in the warehouse
and assi gn onl y the work that can be done by this resource.
Visibil ity of stock on resources
Optimi ze warehouse constantl y
(Housekeepi ng)
Handl ing of multi step picki ng and putaway
Finding the best locati on in the warehouse based on
product demand (fast changing) and
product dimensi ons.
Assign the ri ght workl oad (weight, volume,
number of items) to the warehouse worker,
that can be picked together
Wave picki ng based on flexible criteria
Internal routing
Slotting
Rearrangement
Warehouse Order Creati on
Resource Management
Wave Management
Warehouse Moni tor
Transportation Cross-Docki ng
Transportation of HUs across different DCs or WHs
Resour c e Management
Resource Management: Users and equipment
combination which can be defined as being
allowed to execute work in the warehouse.
RF (automatic or manual)
Non-RF environment (manual)
Tracked and Displayed in the Warehouse Monitor
Visi bility of stock on Resources
Resource Type:
Groups resources with similar technical or physical
characteristics
Resource Group:
Groups resources for queue assignment purposes
Ex ampl e of Busi ness Requi r ement s & EWM Func t i onal i t y
Central monitori ng of the warehouse acti vities
Handling Resources (Fork lift, pi cker) in the warehouse
and assi gn onl y the work that can be done by this resource.
Visibil ity of stock on resources
Optimi ze warehouse constantl y
(Housekeepi ng)
Handl ing of multi step picki ng and putaway
Finding the best locati on in the warehouse based on
product demand (fast changing) and
product dimensi ons.
Assign the ri ght workl oad (weight, volume,
number of items) to the warehouse worker,
that can be picked together
Wave picki ng based on flexible criteria
Internal routing
Slotting
Rearrangement
Warehouse Order Creati on
Resource Management
Wave Management
Warehouse Moni tor
Transportation Cross-Docki ng
Transportation of HUs across different DCs or WHs
Wave Management
Deli very x Deli very x
Dx Item 1
Dx Item 2
Dx Item 3
WM request x WM request x
Item 1
Item 2
Item 3
Wave
Wave
Wave Creati on methods to control amount of work
released to the warehouse floor at a specific time
Automatic, Immediate or Manual rel ease
Full or Partial deli very may belong to a wave
Content:
Release ti me /date
Order Type (e.g. Emergency / Stock)
Process Type
Groupi ng by route, pick area(s), packi ng lanes...
Warehouse
Order x
Bundle assigned
to a worker
WO Item 1
WO Item 2
WO Item 3
Ex ampl e of Busi ness Requi r ement s & EWM Func t i onal i t y
Central monitori ng of the warehouse acti vities
Handling Resources (Fork lift, pi cker) in the warehouse
and assi gn onl y the work that can be done by this resource.
Visibil ity of stock on resources
Optimi ze warehouse constantl y
(Housekeepi ng)
Handl ing of multi step picki ng and putaway
Finding the best locati on in the warehouse based on
product demand (fast changing) and
product dimensi ons.
Assign the ri ght workl oad (weight, volume,
number of items) to the warehouse worker,
that can be picked together
Wave picki ng based on flexible criteria
Internal routing
Slotting
Rearrangement
Warehouse Order Creati on
Resource Management
Wave Management
Warehouse Moni tor
Transportation Cross-Docki ng
Transportation of HUs across different DCs or WHs
War ehouse Moni t or
The warehouse monitor is a central tool for keepi ng warehouse managers constantl y up-to-
date as to the current situation in the warehouse and to enable them to ini tiate appropri ate
responses accordingl y.
Demo
Ex ampl e of Busi ness Requi r ement s & EWM Func t i onal i t y
Central monitori ng of the warehouse acti vities
Handling Resources (Fork lift, pi cker) in the warehouse
and assi gn onl y the work that can be done by this resource.
Visibil ity of stock on resources
Optimi ze warehouse constantl y
(Housekeepi ng)
Handl ing of multi step picki ng and putaway
Finding the best locati on in the warehouse based on
product demand (fast changing) and
product dimensi ons.
Assign the ri ght workl oad (weight, volume,
number of items) to the warehouse worker,
that can be picked together
Wave picki ng based on flexible criteria
Internal routing
Slotting
Rearrangement
Warehouse Order Creati on
Resource Management
Wave Management
Warehouse Moni tor
Transportation Cross-Docki ng
Transportation of HUs across different DCs or WHs
Tr anspor t at i on Cr oss-Doc k i ng
Definition:
Procedure to plan & optimize transportation from source to destination via
intermediate cross-docking locations.
At any intermediate CD location the goods are brought directly from goods
receipt to goods issue without being put away.
Only operates with HUs
Transportation cross docking supports
optimized warehouse processing at intermediate warehouses without the need
for storage or repacking
outbound deliveries from sales orders and stock transport orders
integration wi th storage control
full pallet operations with Pick-HU-WTs (HU onl y)
Mai n Feat ur es -EWM 5.1
Labor Management
Measurement and KPIs
Planning and Simulation
Visualization
Anal ytics
Warehouse Cockpit
Use EGF to configure graphical cockpit for visualization
of application data
RFID enablement
Goods receipt optimization
Goods receipt initiated in Extended Warehouse
Management (EWM)
Production goods receipt
Kitting enhancements
Kit-to-stock
Mai n Feat ur es -EWM 5.1
Batch management enhancements
Batch search in the picking process
Batch Classification during Goods Receipt
Batches in the outbound delivery
Manual creation of outbound deliveri es in
EWM
ESA enabl ement
Material Flow System (MFS)
Seri al number enhancements
Pick individual serial numbers
Catch-Weight Support
SAP EWM
PLC 1 PLC 2
TCP/IP TCP/IP
RFC-Adapter
Channel 1
Channel 2
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RFC
Location and Handling
Unit
Serial number /
Product
Optimi ze warehouse processes by using RFID technology
Connect and control an automatic warehouse
Create Inbound Deli veries based on shipping documents
Manage the time and producti vi ty of warehouse workers
Monitor the performance of workers, teams, warehouse areas
Automate your business processes and
react flexibl y to changes in your business processes
Create kits and transfer to stock
Labor Management
Warehouse Cockpit
Expected Goods Recei pt
eSOA Enablement
Material Flow System
Kit-to-Stock
RFID Enablement
Create Outbound Delivery manually Generate outbound delivery orders indirectly
Ex ampl e of Busi ness Requi r ement s & EWM Func t i onal i t y
Labor Management
Labor management modules are used to better manage the
time and productivity of warehouse workers. They consist of
the abili ty to plan, measure, view, and simulate labor activities.
For effective management of the labor supply chain, it is necessary to:
Get the right person to the right place at the right time
Track people throughout the day and measure performance on individual tasks
Measure the quality and safety for each employees performance
Provide alerts when performance falls below expectations
Calcul ate costs and incentives for employees
Simulate impacts to labor as a result of changes to the process flow or inventory
Highlight the cost and effici ency of individual employees, facilities, teams, and the
enterprise
Ac t i vat i on of Labor Management
O Labor Management is activated byWarehouse Number and Internal Process
Step
O Labor Management canbe deactivated for particular External Process Steps
Warehouse EEG1 LM Active E
Phys-
ical
Inven-
tory
Unload-
ing
Picking
VAS
Activi-
ties
Packi ng
Decon-
solid-
ation
Quality
Inspec-
tion
Non
Storage
Control
Moves
Loading
E E E E E E E E E
Internal
Process
Step:
Activate
LM
Oiling Painting
Shrink-
wrappi ng
E E
E
External
Process
Step:
Deactivate LM
Adhoc
Moves
Replenish-
ment
E
E
Measur ement and KPI s
Track people throughout the day and measure
performance on individual tasks
Capture direct vs. indirect time
Interface to HR
Time and attendance
Compensation and incentives
Resource definition (processor and equipment)
Measurement services (KPI builder)
I ndi r ec t Labor : What i s I t ?
Work that is not product-related. For example, sweeping the warehouse floor or attending
a meeting.
Direct labor
Picking
Put away
Inventory counting
VAS
...
Indirect labor
Sweeping the floor
Housekeeping
Cleaning
Meeting
...
Unproductive time
Breaks
Bathroom
...
Assumption: HR
captures
unproductive time
implicitly
Assumption: Direct
labor is captured in
EWM via exi sting
documents like
WO, PI document,
VAS order, etc.
Assumption: Indirect
labor tasks are based
on external process
steps. You can
capture them via
indirect labor
document.
I ndi r ec t Labor Ex ampl e
Pr oc essor
Pl anni ng and Si mul at i on
Standards creation and feedback
Traditional measurement: Measure lines per hour, cases per
hour, etc.
Engineered labor standards: How long should it take to
complete a specifi c task?
Workload and capacity planning for different aspects
Measurement services/formula editor
Workforce and load simulation
Operational planning
Basi c Conc ept s
Planning:
frequently used tool to determine the number of required employees and the expected workload
based on workload, which is created by every activity planned to be executed in the warehouse
will be based only on preprocessing workload, planned workload, measurement services and
processor data
Preprocessing
Create plannedworkl oad
Preprocessing
Create plannedworkl oad
Plan
Define planning goal:
workload
processor
KPI
Plan
Define planning goal:
workload
processor
KPI
Simulate
Change:
planning goal
workload
processor
KPI
Simulate
Change:
planning goal
workload
processor
KPI
Services
workload
processor
KPI
Services
workload
processor
KPI
Labor Standards
guesstimates
historical data
engineered standards
Calculate execution time:
Labor Standards
guesstimates
historical data
engineered standards
Calculate execution time:
View
result
workload
processor
KPI
View
result
workload
processor
KPI
workload
workload
optional
must
optional
must
Pl anni ng
Operational Planning:
Operational Planning provides a short-term overview of the warehouse (next hours or
days)
Used for short-term determination of work and resources
Rough estimate of workload
Considers one or more activity areas and external process steps
You can base it on preprocessing
Based on the aggregated values (workload, processor) and measurement services
Si mul at i on
Operational Simulation:
Simulationmanual change of planning data
You can change data in aggregated and detailed views
Changes in detailed view also changes the aggregated view
Possible to change planning goal in simulation by calling the
formula editor
You can recalculate the planning goal based on changed data
Vi sual i zat i on
Events and alerts
Exceptions
Workforce analytics and reporting:
Actual vs. planned task time
Review performance data across multi ple faciliti es
along common metrics
SAP NetWeaver BI integration
Extractors
SAP NetWeaver BI content
Strategic planning
Drill-down visibility
Ex ec ut ed Wor k l oad
Executed workloads contain:
Information about when, what, where, how long, and how much work was planned
Actual data: Whenthe work started, when it ended, andwho executed it
The system writes executed workloads when it executes an order
Empl oyee Per f or manc e
Employee Performance
A service performs a query and returns KPIs relevant to a
particular employee
Employees use it to check their efficiency
Can view various time periods (daily to monthly)
Empl oyee Per f or manc e: Super vi sor s Vi ew
Supervisor s View
Optimi ze warehouse processes by using RFID technology
Connect and control an automatic warehouse
Create Inbound Deli veries based on shipping documents
Manage the time and producti vi ty of warehouse workers
Monitor the performance of workers, teams, warehouse areas
Automate your business processes and
react flexibl y to changes in your business processes
Create kits and transfer to stock
Labor Management
Warehouse Cockpit
Expected Goods Recei pt
eSOA Enablement
Material Flow System
Kit-to-Stock
RFID Enablement
Create Outbound Delivery manually Generate outbound delivery orders indirectly
Ex ampl e of Busi ness Requi r ement s & EWM Func t i onal i t y
War ehouse Coc k pi t
Intended for Supervisor and
Warehouse Manager
Monitors team performance
Monitors the performance of
areas or the whole
warehouse
At-a-glance view of several
key figures enables you to
react to critical situations
quickl y
Optimi ze warehouse processes by using RFID technology
Connect and control an automatic warehouse
Create Inbound Deli veries based on shipping documents
Manage the time and producti vi ty of warehouse workers
Monitor the performance of workers, teams, warehouse areas
Automate your business processes and
react flexibl y to changes in your business processes
Create kits and transfer to stock
Labor Management
Warehouse Cockpit
Expected Goods Recei pt
eSOA Enablement
Material Flow System
Kit-to-Stock
RFID Enablement
Create Outbound Delivery manually Generate outbound delivery orders indirectly
Ex ampl e of Busi ness Requi r ement s & EWM Func t i onal i t y
Dail y li st of expected deli veries
GR Pr oc ess Based on Ex pec t ed Goods Rec ei pt
(EGR)
Gate check-in
Goods receipt (GR) preparation
Door assignment
Physical GR
Release Door
New
New
New
Report on Expected
Goods Recei pt (EGR)/
Planned DeIi very
Compare deli very papers system
a) EGR Planned Deli very
b) Assign Planned Deli veri es to
Transport Uni t
Compare physi cal goods system
Identify Planned Deli very i tems
Optimi ze warehouse processes by using RFID technology
Connect and control an automatic warehouse
Create Inbound Deli veries based on shipping documents
Manage the time and producti vi ty of warehouse workers
Monitor the performance of workers, teams, warehouse areas
Automate your business processes and
react flexibl y to changes in your business processes
Create kits and transfer to stock
Labor Management
Warehouse Cockpit
Expected Goods Recei pt
eSOA Enablement
Material Flow System
Kit-to-Stock
RFID Enablement
Create Outbound Delivery manually Generate outbound delivery orders indirectly
Ex ampl e of Busi ness Requi r ement s & EWM Func t i onal i t y
eSOA Enabl ement
Warehouse/Yard Organizational Data
Inbound/Outbound Delivery
Dock Appointments
Transportation Unit Appointments
Vehicle Appointments
Optimi ze warehouse processes by using RFID technology
Connect and control an automatic warehouse
Create Inbound Deli veries based on shipping documents
Manage the time and producti vi ty of warehouse workers
Monitor the performance of workers, teams, warehouse areas
Automate your business processes and
react flexibl y to changes in your business processes
Create kits and transfer to stock
Labor Management
Warehouse Cockpit
Expected Goods Recei pt
eSOA Enablement
Material Flow System
Kit-to-Stock
RFID Enablement
Create Outbound Delivery manually Generate outbound delivery orders indirectly
Ex ampl e of Busi ness Requi r ement s & EWM Func t i onal i t y
MFS
SAP ERP
PLC
3
rd
Pty.
MFS
SAP WM
SAP ERP
PLC
SAP ERP
PLC
3
rd
Pty.
MFS
3
rd
Pty.
WHS
Stock
Warehouse
Management
Material Flow
Machine Control
SAP ERP
SAP EWM
PLC
EWM 5.1
Variants
RFC Adaptor RFC Adaptor
SAP WM
SAP TRM
3rd Pty.
MFS
EWM Controls Movement Steps
PLC
EWM
Aisle 1 Aisle 2
a) Scanner-
Message
HU 1
at CP01
b) Task HU 1
From CP01
To CP02
CP02
Scanner
1
Interim
Desti nati on
TCAR
Scanner read
Move
Final
Dest.
CP01
EWM Controls Movement Steps
PLC
EWM
Ai sle 1 Ai sle 2
Task
confirmation
Warehouse Task
CP02
CP11
Scanner
1
TCAR CP02
Final Dest.
Interim Dest.
Sensors
Dri ves TCAR and Conveyors
EWM Controls Movement Steps
TCAR
PLC
EWM
Ai sle 1 Ai sle 2
Task
Confirmation
Warehouse Task
CP11
Scanner
1
CP11
Sensors
Final Dest
Interim Dest
CP12
Dri ves Conveyors
EWM Controls Movement Steps
PLC
(for Rack Feeder)
PLC
(for conveyors)
EWM
Ai sle 1 Ai sle 2
Task
Confirmation
CP12
1
Final Dest.
CP12
Sensors
Bi n
Dri ves Rack Feeder
Warehouse Task to Rack Feeder
Final task confirmati on
Optimi ze warehouse processes by using RFID technology
Connect and control an automatic warehouse
Create Inbound Deli veries based on shipping documents
Manage the time and producti vi ty of warehouse workers
Monitor the performance of workers, teams, warehouse areas
Automate your business processes and
react flexibl y to changes in your business processes
Create kits and transfer to stock
Labor Management
Warehouse Cockpit
Expected Goods Recei pt
eSOA Enablement
Material Flow System
Kit-to-Stock
RFID Enablement
Create Outbound Delivery manually Generate outbound delivery orders indirectly
Ex ampl e of Busi ness Requi r ement s & EWM Func t i onal i t y
Kit-to-Stock
Kit to Stock (Kit to Order supported in 5.0)
O Use ERP Bill of Material & Production Order
O Use VAS completely in EWM
O Dismantle Kits
O Streamlined Kit Creation process
Optimi ze warehouse processes by using RFID technology
Connect and control an automatic warehouse
Create Inbound Deli veries based on shipping documents
Manage the time and producti vi ty of warehouse workers
Monitor the performance of workers, teams, warehouse areas
Automate your business processes and
react flexibl y to changes in your business processes
Create kits and transfer to stock
Labor Management
Warehouse Cockpit
Expected Goods Recei pt
eSOA Enablement
Material Flow System
Kit-to-Stock
RFID Enablement
Create Outbound Delivery manually Generate outbound delivery orders indirectly
Ex ampl e of Busi ness Requi r ement s & EWM Func t i onal i t y
RFI D enabl ed EWM
Set unload status, confirm WT
(with resource user) and post GR
based on ASN
Unload
Confirmation
of Warehouse
Task
Confirm WT incl. resource, e.g.:
- internal stock transfer
- change batch no
- stock level change
Packing Loadi ng
Tag
Comi ssi oni ng
Attach boxes/ items
to Handling Unit,
set status to packed
Update HU and
send ASN
RFI D Enabl ed I nbound Pr oc ess i n EWM
ASN
Inbound
Delivery
RFID Unload
RFID
Putaway
GR Posting
ERP
EWM
AII
1. ASN enriched with
EPCs is received
2. Inbound
Delivery is
automatically
created based
on ASN
3. EPC enriched HU
Info is passed to
EWM
5. Automatic
GR posting is
done with
unloading.
4. A worker moves
the HU through a
gate with RFID
reader devices. AII
recognizes the
movement, scans
the RFID tag and the
information is sent
to EWM. In EWM the
HU unloading status
is updated.
6. The confirmation
of HU-WT can be
done automatically
if the destination
bin has a stationary
reader. Analog
unloading the HU
identification
(decoded from EPC
code) is sent to
EWM and the WT is
confirmed
RFI D enabl ed I nt er nal War ehouse Moves i n EWM
EWM
AII
WH Move
a) Warehouse Worker
Scans source bin with barcode
scans RFID HUs and confirms with
barcode destination bin
b) Warehouse worker scans EPC
identified source bin, EPC HU and
confirms to EPC identified
destination Bin
c) Warehouse worker scans EPC
HU and moves EPC HU thru an
RFID reader marki ng exit and entry
zones
RFI D Enabl ed Out bound Pr oc essi ng i n EWM
ERP
EWM
AII
Pick
RFID
Pack
RFID
Load
GI ASN
RFID Tag
Commissioning
Not
supported
with RFID
2. After physical
(re-)packing,
creating new HUs
in EWM and
labeling all HUs,
the worker uses
an RFID scanner
(puts the HU on a
conveyor belt
with a stationary
RFID reader) to
update EWM with
the new HU
hierarchy.
3. Worker uses a
special RFID loading UI.
He begins to load the
truck with moving the
HUs through an RFID
gate. All HUs are
identified and loaded
via RFID. He gets a list
with all affected
outbound deliveries,
can do manual
corrections or can
trigger the GI posting
after finishing physical
loading.
Sending outbound
delivery order incl.
necessary EPC
information to ERP
4. GI is posted and
EPC enriched ASN
is sent
1. Commission
RFID Tags
Optimi ze warehouse processes by using RFID technology
Connect and control an automatic warehouse
Create Inbound Deli veries based on shipping documents
Manage the time and producti vi ty of warehouse workers
Monitor the performance of workers, teams, warehouse areas
Automate your business processes and
react flexibl y to changes in your business processes
Create kits and transfer to stock
Labor Management
Warehouse Cockpit
Expected Goods Recei pt
eSOA Enablement
Material Flow System
Kit-to-Stock
RFID Enablement
Create Outbound Delivery manually Generate outbound delivery orders indirectly
Ex ampl e of Busi ness Requi r ement s & EWM Func t i onal i t y
Direct Outbound Delivery Order
Create Outbound Delivery manually in EWM
O Pickup (direct sale or sell from stock)
O Account assignment
O Immediate delivery
O Scrapping
Gr aphi c al War ehouse Layout
O Defines the structure of the warehouse layout and yard using a 2D graphical tool that allows you to create
the warehouse/yard structure visually, improving and accelerating configuration
O Provides graphical 2D representation of the warehouse and the yard of the warehouse enabling you to
visualize warehouse activities and allow interactive interventions
O Displays resources and status information
O Displays yard resources, e.g., vehicles and trucks, and allows color coding or logos to be used in order to
track status progress in yard
O Allows navigation from graphics to related information
EasyGraphics
Framework
Other technology
For next release
Mapping
for
EGF
Mapping
Data preparation
and functionality
Back end
(alreadyexisting
Core functions)
Graphi cal
Representa
tion of
Warehouse
Sel ec t War ehouse t o Vi ew
Enter Warehouse Number to view graphically:
Vi sual Repr esent at i on of Sel ec t ed War ehouse
Zoom Possi bi l i t i es To Bi n Level
Li nk t o St or age Bi n Char ac t er i st i c s
Using the left mouse click on the storage bin, we can immedi atel y see the most
important characteristics of the storage bin
Li nk t o St or age Bi n Mai nt enanc e Tr ansac t i on
Using the right mouse click, we can go directl y into the storage bin maintenance
transaction.
St at us Over vi ew of Obj ec t s: Conveyor s
Selecting the conveyor status allows us to see that three conveyors need attention
Thr ee New Enhanc ement s
EWM will be enhanced in the following areas:
Resource management to improve optimization
Cross-docking to improve process flows across the warehouse and to provide
retailers with efficient distribution methods to move merchandise through the
warehouse for preparation before final shipment to customers or stores
Production supply to provide integration for manufacturing orders, whether
production orders or process orders
Resour c e Management
Thr ee Types of Opt i mi zat i on
To optimize the work with RF devices in a warehouse, we focus on three
types of optimization:
Task interleaving: a process by which a resource, having just completed and
confirmed a task, is assigned a new task, the source of which is close to the
resources current location
Execution constraint: enables you to control the execution of tasks in predefined
zones of a site, preventing resource bottlenecks and ensuring the workability of the
semi-system guided mode of task selection
Semi-system guided work: whenever the user has finished his actual task and
requests new work, the system checks the available open tasks in an area and
sends a user to this area without assigning a specific task
Task I nt er l eavi ng
Queue Types f or Task Sequenc i ng
2
1
Inbound Internal Outbound
Ex ec ut i on Const r ai nt
To optimize the work with RF devices in a warehouse, we focus on three
types of optimization:
Task interleaving: a process by which a resource, having just completed and
confirmed a task, is assigned a new task, the source of which is close to the
resources current location
Execution constraint: enables you to control the execution of tasks in predefined
zones of a site, preventing resource bottlenecks and ensuring the workability of the
semi-system guided mode of task selection
Semi-system guided work: whenever the user has finished his actual task and
requests new work, the system checks the available open tasks in an area and
sends a user to this area without assigning a specific task
Ex ec ut i on Const r ai nt Ex ampl e
5 x Pi ckers 2
2 x Pickers; 1 x Simple Forklift 1 ZN06 2
4 x Pi ckers 2
1 x Pi cker; 1 x Simple Forklift 1 ZN04 1
Resource Types Combination Zone EC
There are currently four pickers subscribed to the destination zone ZN06 so
EC 2 is available.
However, since the source zone ZN04 has reached its capacity of four pickers,
EC 1 is unavailable.
Since the movement task is subscribed to an unavailable EC, it cannot be
assigned to the worker, Marcus.
Semi -Syst em Gui ded Wor k
To optimize the work with RF devices in a warehouse, we focus on three
types of optimization:
Task interleaving: a process by which a resource, having just completed
and confirmed a task, is assigned a new task, the source of which is close
to the resource's current location
Execution constraint: enables you to control the execution of tasks in
predefined zones of a site, preventing resource bottlenecks and ensuring
the workability of the semi-system guided mode of task selection
Semi-system guided work: whenever the user has finished his actual
task and requests new work, the system checks the available open tasks in
an area and sends a user to this area without assigning a specific task
2
1
Semi -Syst em Gui ded Wor k Ex ampl e (c ont .)
Cr oss-Doc k i ng
Cross-docking is a method of materials processing by which materials that
have arrived at the warehouse are brought from goods receipt directly to
goods issue without being put away:
Retail Merchandise XD is an existing cross-docking scenario in SAP ERP
6.0 with Retail Solution switched on. Merchandise Distribution is essential
for logistics processes in the retail industry. The retailers plan, control, and
manage their flow of merchandise from the vendors via distribution centers
to the stores or customers.
Opportunistic cross-docking allows incoming deliveries to be redirected
to cover outbound requirements. The cross-docking decision is made in
EWM based on information available in the warehouse.
Production cross-docking and production supply cross-docking.
Opportunistic cross-docking for production supply.
Mer c handi se Di st r i but i on Cr oss-Doc k i ng: I nbound
and Out bound Del i ver i es
SAP Retail
EWM
Inbound delivery
-Ultimate consignee for HU
-CD processing method
-Item type
-Difference indicator
-PO number/item
Run Collective PO Plan Allocation
Create Purchase Order
Vendor
Receive
Purchase
Order
Send ASN/
inbound
delivery
Di stri buti on
Data
Create ASN/
inbound delivery
Create planned
outbound delivery
Outbound delivery
-PO number/ item
-CD processing method
-Item type
-Difference indicator
Inbound delivery
-CD processing method
-PO number/item
-Item type
-Warehouse process type
-Stock type
Outbound delivery
-PO number/ item
-Item type
-Warehouse process type
-CD processing method
-Stock type
Handling Unit (HU)
-Ultimate consignee for HU
CD: Cross-Docking
Ex ampl e 1: Ret ai l Cr oss-Doc k i ng: Cust omer -
Spec i f i c Pr e-Pac k ed Mi x ed HU
Goods Receipt
Final Storage
Type
Goods Issue
Acti ve HU Warehouse Task (WT)
Acti ve Material Pick WT
Inactive Material Pi ck WT
Deconsolidation
Mat A
Mat B
UC1
Mat A
Mat B
UC1
Mat A
Mat B
UC1
Mat A
Mat B
UC1
Inb.Del.Ref.
Deleted
Door
Door
*UC1: Ultimate Consignee1
UC1
Ex ampl e 2: Ret ai l Cr oss-Doc k i ng:
Mi x ed Handl i ng Uni t Wi t hi n Shi p-HU
Goods Receipt
Final Storage
Type
Goods Issue
Active HU WT
Acti ve Material Pick WT
Inactive Material Pi ck WT
Deconsolidation
Inb.Del.Ref.
Deleted
Door
Door
CD Storage Type
Mer c handi se Di st r i but i on-Fl ow Thr ough:
Di st r i but i on by Cust omer (n:m Rel at i onshi p)
STAG
AREA1
Outb-1 Store1
Pick by (all) customer to distribute the
products to the intermediate bins
= Warehouse Order (WO) 1
= WO 2
= WO 3
= WO 4
Store1
Store2
10 10
10
10
10
10
Material 1
Material 2
Outb-2 Store1
Material 3
Outb-3 Store2
Material 3
Material 2
Outb-4 Store3
Material 3
Outb-5 Store4
Material 1
Material 2
STAG
AREA2
Store3
DOOR1
DOOR2
10 10
10
Store4
10 10
10
10 10
10
10 10
Pick by customer, limit to number of staging
areas (here 2)
= WO 1
= WO 2
CD Storage Type
Mer c handi se Di st r i but i on-Fl ow Thr ough:
Di st r i but i on by Ar t i c l e (n:m Rel at i onshi p)
STAG
AREA1
Outb-1 Store1
Putaway by product to distribute the
products to the intermediate bins
= WO 1
= WO 2
= WO 3
Store1
Store2
10 10
10
10
10
10
MAT1
MAT2
Outb-2 Store1
MAT3
Outb-3 Store2
MAT3
MAT2
Outb-4 Store3
MAT3
Outb-5 Store3
MAT1
Outb-6 Store4
MAT1
MAT2
STAG
AREA2
Store3
DOOR1
DOOR2
10 10
Store4
10 10
10
10 10
10
10 10
Pick by customer, limit to number of staging
areas (two here)
= WO 1
= WO 2
Mer c handi se Di st r i but i on-Fl ow Thr ough: Del i ver y
Adj ust ment
Outb-1 CUST1
Item10
QTY = 15
PO-47-10
Outb-2 CUST2
Item10
QTY= 15
PO-47-10
CD Storage Type
Item20
QTY = 10
PO-47-20
Item20
QTY=10
PO-47-20
10 10
10 10
Fairshare:
Reduce 15 to 10
for each customer
Start deli very
adjustment after
GR is complete
Underdelivery:
(only 20 delivered
instead of 30)
Inb-1
PO-47-10
Inb-2
PO-47-20
10 10
10 10
Cr oss-Doc k i ng
Cross-docking is a method of materials processing by which materials that
have arrived at the warehouse are brought from goods receipt directly to
goods issue without being put away:
Retail Merchandise XD is an existing cross-docking scenario in SAP ERP
6.0 with Retail Solution switched on. Merchandise Distribution is essential
for logistic processes in the Retail industry. The retailers plan, control, and
manage their flow of merchandise from the vendors via distribution centers
to the stores or customers.
Opportunistic cross-docking allows incoming deliveries to be redirected
to cover outbound requirements. The cross-docking decision is made in
EWM based on information available in the warehouse.
Production cross-docking and production supply cross-docking.
Opportunistic cross-docking for production supply.
Ex ampl e: Opport uni st i c Cr oss-Doc k i ng
(Homogeneous Handl i ng Uni t ) I nbound
Goods Receipt
Area
Counting Station
Final Storage
Type
VAS Station Inbound
VAS Station Outbound Packing Station Outbound Staging Area
CUST_Inb
CUST_Outb
IB IB
IB
IB
OUT OUT OUT OUT
OUT
Acti ve HU WT (Warehouse Task)
Acti ve Material Pick WT
Inactive Material Pi ck WT
IB
Outbound
Deli very
Inbound
Deli very
Ex ampl e: Oppor t uni st i c Cr oss-Doc k i ng
(Homogeneous Handl i ng Uni t ) Out bound
Goods Receipt
Area
Counting Station
Final Storage
Type
Packing Station Outbound
Staging Area
IB IB
OUT OUT
OUT
Acti ve Material Pick WT
IB
Outbound
Deli very
Inbound
Deli very
Acti ve HU WT (Handling Unit Warehouse Task)
Pr oduc t i on Suppl y
In order to use a product (component) for a manufacturing order, it has to be
brought to the production supply area. When EWM is used, the products
have to be picked in the warehouse and moved to the production supply
area.
There are several ways to provide components that are required for a
manufacturing order:
Pick parts/release order parts: The products that are needed as components
for an individual order (pick parts) or for multiple orders (release order parts)
have to be staged in the production supply area in time and in the required
quantity.
Crate parts/kanban: Products that are often used in the production area are
provided independently from the existing orders. The warehouse is responsible
for filling containers as requested by production. Kanban is a specialized way to
handle crate parts.
St andar d Or gani zat i onal St r uc t ur e
Separate EWM storage location: Stocks in the Production Supply Area (PSA) are
managed in a separate EWM-managed storage location, providing transparency for
the Production Supply Area stocks both in EWM (at bin level) and in ERP (at
storage location level).
AFS: Available for Sale
ROD: Received on Dock
Warehouse
Production Supply Area
Storage Location
Storage Bin
Al t er nat e Or gani zat i onal St r uct ur e
Non-EWM storage location: The stock in the Production Supply Area(s) is not
managed in EWM, but in ERP MM-IM at storage location level.
AFS: Available for Sale
ROD: Received on Dock
Warehouse
Production Supply Area
Storage Location
Storage Bin
Al t er nat e Or gani zat i onal St r uct ur e (c ont .)
EWM storage location in another EWM Warehouse: The staging to the Production
Supply Area is a two-step process: an outbound process from the sending EWM
warehouse and an inbound process to the receiving EWM warehouse
AFS: Available for Sale
ROD: Received on Dock
Warehouse
Production Supply Area
Storage Location
Storage Bin
Sc enari o: Pi c k Par t s and Rel ease Order Par t s
w i t h Tw o EWM St orage Loc at i ons
StLoc: Storage Location
POR: Production Supply Delivery Request
SPC: Production Supply Delivery
PP Order: Production Order
CONFIRM_DEC: Confirm Decentrally
GI: Goods Issue
Sc enar i o: Cr at e Par t s w i t h Tw o EWM St or age
Loc at i ons
Sc enar i o: Kanban Par t s w i t h MM-I M St or age
Loc at i on
Cont i nuous I mpr ovement
There are continuous improvements in the following areas:
Warehouse Monitor
Extensions in the putaway strategy
Improvements in process-oriented storage control for internal processes
Handling Unit process improvements
Material flow system enhancements
AGENDA
1. Introduction & Roadmap
2. Detailed Overview
3. Upcoming Functionality in EWM 7.01
4. Summary
Preliminary pl an - subject to change
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EWM 7.01
Tr anspor t at i on I nt egr at i on LE-TRA<->EWM
Benefit for the customer:
Out of the box integration
Up to now done as part of the implementation project
2 pre defined scenarios easy to implement
Allows integration of external transportation planning system
Allows usage freight cost calculation in ERP
Planned, i n speci fication,
subj ect to change
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Sc ope of SAP EWM Tr anspor t at i on
I nt egr at i on
Transportation Management Planning by means of
SAP ERP Transportation drives warehouse
processing of SAP EWM
SAP EWM Warehouse Execution shall notify SAP
ERP Transportation about execution of planned
transports (TU activities) in order to allow follow-up
actions (e.g., freight cost calculation, follow-up
transport planning for complex multi-step transports.)
Planned, i n speci fication,
subj ect to change
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omissions in this document. SAP does not warrant the accuracy or completeness of the information, text, graphics, links, or other items contained within this material. This document is provided without a warranty of any kind,
either express or implied, including but not limited to the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or non-infringement.
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Sc ope of SAP EWM Tr anspor t at i on
I nt egr at i on (c ont .)
Transportation Management Planning by means of
an external transportation management system
drives warehouse processing in SAP EWM
SAP EWM Warehouse Execution notifies external
transportation management system about execution
of planned transports (TU activities) in order to allow
follow-up actions (e.g., freight cost calculation,
follow-up transport planning for complex multi-step
transports.)
Planned, i n speci fication,
subj ect to change
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omissions in this document. SAP does not warrant the accuracy or completeness of the information, text, graphics, links, or other items contained within this material. This document is provided without a warranty of any kind,
either express or implied, including but not limited to the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or non-infringement.
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EWM 7.01
Ret ur ns Handl i ng Enhanc ement s
G Visibility of Damage or loss of goods within an internal network
G Trigger follow up process from warehouse to ensure financial corrections
G Adjustments (pricing, quantity, returns, scrapping) enabled across company codes
and countries
G Improved visibility of inventory across network locations and minimized time
required for correction postings
Planned, i n speci fication,
subj ect to change
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omissions in this document. SAP does not warrant the accuracy or completeness of the information, text, graphics, links, or other items contained within this material. This document is provided without a warranty of any kind,
either express or implied, including but not limited to the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or non-infringement.
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Rever se Logi st i c s Fl ow
I nt ernal Logi st i c s Net w ork Enhanc ement s
Enhancements
Planned, i n speci fication,
subj ect to change
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omissions in this document. SAP does not warrant the accuracy or completeness of the information, text, graphics, links, or other items contained within this material. This document is provided without a warranty of any kind,
either express or implied, including but not limited to the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or non-infringement.
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Internal Logistics Networks
Addi t i onal I t em Di sc r epanc y Pr oc ess Wr ong I t ems Ret ur n Pr oc ess
STO
CC2 CC1
CC2 CC1
rSTO
Handle Additional Items in Stock Transfer
Orders
Intra-/Intercompany Case
Subsequent STO creation initiated from
EWM in receiving location
Return wrong items via Returns-STO
Intra-/Intercompany Returns
Initiate rSTO from EWM
Perform Quality check in receiving location
Financial clearance based on quality check
results
Planned, i n speci fication,
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