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Extened warehouse management EWM

  1. 1. SAP Extended Warehouse Management Frédéric MAINAUD Solution Expert SAP FRANCE Mardi 2 juin 2009
  2. 2. Agenda History and Release Functionalities ERP WM versus SCM EWM 7.0 – Choice criteria Questions ? © SAP 2009 / Page 2
  3. 3. History of SAP’s Warehouse Management 1993 1995 1997 1998 2000 2002 1993 - R/3 Release 2.0/2.1 2003 2004 2007 2002 - R/3 Enterprise Release (Ext 1.1) Storage Units Parallel Processing Task & Resource Management (TRM) 2004 - R/3 Enterprise Release (Ext 2.0) 1995 - R/3 Release 3.0 / 3.1 Integration • Production Planning • Quality Management • Logistics Information System ERP WM Yard Management Cross-docking Value Added Services 1997 - R/3 Release 4.0 2005 – SCM 5.0 SPM Rough Workload Estimate Picking Waves / Two Step Warehouse Monitor Integration to HR 1998 - R/3 Release 4.5 WMS Stand Alone Prototype of RF 2000 - R/3 Release 4.6 Native RF / SAP Console Handling Unit Management Packing Station © SAP 2009 / Page 3 2005 Extended Warehouse Management 2007 – SCM EWM 5.1 Labor management RFID Enablement ... 2008 – SCM EWM 7.0 Production Supply Graphical Warehouse Layout ...
  4. 4. Service Parts Alliance for Service Parts Management (2002) Concept: ~ 80% common processes/ technology Leverage Ford and Cat Logistics volumes Commercialize system software Exit development Become implementers and integrators (Cat Logistics) Intellectual Property Know-how Capability Scalability Benefits: Lower development costs International capabilities Natural (planned) technology upgrade path Increase 3PL market opportunities (Cat Logistics) Shared Risks between Cat Logistics, Ford, and SAP © SAP 2009 / Page 4 The Result: State of the Art Service Parts Management Solution Across Multiple Industries Sales (CRM) Planning (SPP) Sourcing (ATP) Warehousing (EWM) Coordination (ERP)
  5. 5. Decision SCDP CAT/Ford to develop new WMS Reasons for developing a new SCM-based WMS rather than delivering a highly modified LES: Requirements for data volume, performance and process flexibility made a new architecture necessary Following the Decentralized SAP Warehouse concept Extend the basic concept of Transfer Orders to enable process flexibility Extend Inventory concept to enable data flexibility and accuracy High risk to change architecture in a mature application with thousands of live customers (contract: 80% to be retrofitted into standard!) Mind Shift from Managing Stocks to Controlling Processes © SAP 2009 / SCM Review Project 2007 Page 5
  6. 6. SAP WM Solution Offerings Raw Materials Simple Requirements © SAP 2009 / Page 6 SCM EWM Decentralized ERP WM with Extensions (TRM, YM, VAS…) Decentralized ERP WM Decentralized ERP WM Centralized Finished Goods Complex Requirements
  7. 7. Enterprise, SCM EWM and Network Focus Centralized Scenario Decentralized ERP Scenario ERP Logistics ERP Other ERP ERP FI/CO SAP ERP SAP LES WM SAP LES WM Extended Extended Extended WM WMWM SCM EWM Add-On SAP SCM WM WM decentralized SAP Warehouse Management in SAP ERP SCM Extended Warehouse Management (centralized or decentralized WM) Enterprise Focus © SAP 2009 / Page 7 Network Focus
  8. 8. Overview of Processes with decentralization ERP SAP EWM ERP Sales Order Purchase Order BAPI Outbound Delivery Replication BAPI Goods Issue Confirmation In / Outbound Delivery BAPI Inbound Delivery Replication Posting of goods movement BAPI Confirmation Invoice Invoice Note: Master Data replication uses CIF © SAP 2009 / Page 8 Goods Receipt
  9. 9. Agenda 1. 2. 3. 4. History and Release Functionalities ERP WM versus SCM EWM 2007– Choice criteria Questions ? © SAP 2009 / Page 9 2007 9
  10. 10. EWM Inbound Process Overview Slotting Receive ASN Data Putaway Bin Determination Transport Unit Arrival Unload Transport Unit Manage Transport Unit Goods Receipt Deconsolidation (Internal Routing) Putaway Process Exceptions/Manage Work in Process © SAP 2009 / Page 10
  11. 11. EWM Goods Receipt Process using Routing of HU’s 1 Quality Inspection GR-Zone Door 1 Repack/ Deconsolidate 4 3 6 2 Door 2 Door 3 5 7 Pallet Storage 8 Small Parts Storage © SAP 2009 / Page 11
  12. 12. EWM Outbound Process Order/ Deployment Work Assignment Route Determination Picking Wave Management Packing Picking Bin Determination Shipping Staging Process Exceptions/Manage Work in Process © SAP 2009 / Page 12 Warehouse Orders Loading and Goods Issue
  13. 13. Overview: EWM Goods Issue Process Packing Work Center GI-Zone & Packing (2) Door 1 PHU1 PHU2 Door 2 Pallet storage PHU1 PHU2 Small Parts Storage © SAP 2009 / Page 13 Door 3
  14. 14. Documents in the Outbound Process WHR 1 WHR1 WHR1 WHR1 WHR1 A list of Warehouse Requests is created Wave 1 These Warehouse Requests are grouped into a Wave Task 1 WHR1 WHR1 WHR1 WHR1 … Task n WHR1 WHR1 WHR1 WHR1 All Tasks will pass the “Black Box” warehouse order creation Warehouse Order Creation (Bundling) WO 1 WO 2 WO n Task WHR1 WHR1 WHR1 WHR1 Task WHR1 WHR1 WHR1 WHR1 Task WHR1 WHR1 WHR1 WHR1 © SAP 2009 / Page 14 Based on the wave Warehouse Tasks will be created Warehouse Orders are created according to the Creation Rules. They can contain items from multiple deliveries
  15. 15. Warehouse Order Creation – Schematic Flow Grouping by Activity Area: AA 01 WT WHR 1 WT WT WT WT WT WT AA 02 WT WHR 2 WT WT WT WT WT AA 01 AA 02 a) WOCR1 a) WOCR3 b) WOCR2 b) WOCR2 WT c) WOCR3 WT WT WO Creation Rules (Customizing): WT AA 03 WT WT 1 2 3 Try WOCR3 Created Warehouse Order 4711 WT 1 WT 3 WT 2 WT 4 AA 02 WT 3 4 WT 4 5 Try WOCR2 WT 1 WT 2 6 © SAP 2009 / Page 15 AA 02 Created Warehouse Order 4712 WT 1 7 WT 2 AA 02 a) WOCR1
  16. 16. EWM Internal Processes Kitting Replenishment Process Exceptions/Manage Work In Process © SAP 2009 / Page 16 Rearrangement
  17. 17. Additional Warehousing Processes Yard Management Quality Inspection Engine Management and Tracking of Vehicles and Transportation Units from yard check-in, throughout the yard movements tasks, and yard checkout Service oriented Quality Inspection Engine to support the quality processes for warehouse management Environmental Health & Safety EH&S data and checks used in Product Storage, Shipping Documents and Transportation Routing Process Exceptions/Manage Work In Process © SAP 2009 / Page 17 Foreign Trade/ Bonded Warehouse Customs management SPL Screening Re-exports Duty unpaid returns
  18. 18. Labor Management Labor management modules are used to better manage the time and productivity of warehouse workers. They consist of the ability 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 Provide alerts when performance falls below expectations Calculate costs and incentives for employees Simulate impacts to labor as a result of changes to the process flow or inventory Highlight the cost and efficiency of individual employees, facilities, teams, and the enterprise © SAP 2009 / Page 18
  19. 19. Warehouse Cockpit ■ 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 quickly © SAP 2009 / Page 19
  20. 20. Agenda 1. 2. 3. 4. History and Release Functionalities ERP WM versus SCM EWM 7.0 – Choice criteria Questions ? © SAP 2009 / Page 20
  21. 21. SAP WMS solutions ERP WM vs. SCM EWM 7.0– Choice criteria EWM 7.0 ERP WM Separate component SCM EWM or Add-on ERP Part of SAP ERP all releases Standard ERP WM product TRM works with ERP WM 4800 customers are live with ERP WM We continue to support ERP WM Does not replace ERP WM New WMS product. Developed for large and complex warehouses/distribution centers with high volume and velocity Can be used in combination with ERP WM in the same landscape 14 sites are live for 11 customers (april 2009 status) + 60 projects in progress with more than 20 are due to go live before Dec 2009 © SAP 2009 / Page 21
  22. 22. SAP WMS solutions LES WM vs. EWM – Choice criteria Key Question: When do I choose ERP-WM and when do I choose SCM EWM Guidelines: Characteristic / Requirement SCM EWM ERP WM ERP DWM Service Parts Industry Highly Complex Warehouse Requirements – Picking, Packing, Deconsolidation, Task Management, YM, VAS, Kitting, Slotting, Contract Packaging, Extensive Cross-Docking, RF, Automation Basic to Complex Warehouse Requirements – Picking, Packing, Task Management, YM, Light VAS, Light Cross-Docking, RF, Automation High Volume DWM : Decentralized Warehouse Management © SAP 2009 / Page 22
  23. 23. SAP WMS solutions LES WM vs. EWM – Choice criteria Characteristic / Requirement Stock Location Basic Pick / Placement Strategies Wave Picking / Wave Management Replenishment Resource Management Yard Management Value Added Services Cross Docking Physical Inventory © SAP 2009 / Page 23 SCM EWM ERP WM ERP DWM
  24. 24. SAP WMS solutions LES WM vs. EWM – Choice criteria Characteristic / Requirement RF Screen Enhancement Deconsolidation During Putaway Stock IDs Slotting / Rearrangement Kitting Quality Inspection Customer Returns Discrepancy Processing for Stock Transport Orders Delivery Split for Outbound Orders EH&S Integration © SAP 2009 / Page 24 SCM EWM ERP WM ERP DWM
  25. 25. SAP WMS solutions WM vs EWM – Selections criterias Characteristic / Requirement Serial Numbers Labor Management Delivered BI Content © SAP 2009 / Page 25 2007 SCM EWM ERP WM ERP DWM
  26. 26. SAP Extended Warehouse Management Questions ? © SAP 2009 / Page 26 2007 26
  27. 27. Thank you! © SAP 2009 / Page 27