SAP WAREHOUSE MANAGEMENT (WM)

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  • Price: 3500 AED
  • Duration: 35 Hours
  • Timings: Flexible

COURSE OVERVIEW:                    

SAP Warehouse Management system is ERP software that integrates all the functions of a warehouse and streamlines them making it easier and more effective to run the facility and ensure that you are able to stay on top of everything and ensure that everything is in its rightful place.

The SAP Warehouse Management system (WMS) provides flexible, automated support in processing all goods movements and in managing stocks in your warehouse complex. The system supports scheduled and efficient processing of all logistics processes within your warehouse.

 

CONTENTS:

 

1 Introduction to Warehouse Management

1.1       Introduction to Warehousing

1.2       History of Warehouse Management Systems (WMSs)

2 Basic Warehouse Functions

2.1       Warehouse Structure

2.2       Storage Type

2.3       Storage Sections

2.4       Storage Bins

3 Stock Management

3.1       Warehouse Management Data in the Material Master

3.2       Types of Warehouse Stock

3.3       Batch Management in Warehouse Management

3.4       Shelf Life Functionality

3.5       Business Examples—Stock Management

4 Warehouse Movements

4.1       WM Movement Types

4.2       Transfer Requirements

4.3       Transfer Orders

4.4       Business Examples—Warehouse Movements

5 Goods Receipts

5.1  Goods Receipt with Inbound Delivery

5.2  Goods Receipt Without an Inbound Delivery

5.3       Goods Receipt Without Inventory Management

5.4       Business Examples—Goods Receipts

6 Goods Issues

6.1  Goods Issue with Outbound Delivery

6.2  Goods Issue Without an Outbound Delivery

6.3  Multiple Processing Using Groups

6.4  Picking and Packing

6.5       Business Examples—Goods Issue

7 Stock Replenishment

7.1       Internal Stock Transfers

7.2       Fixed Bin Replenishment

7.3       Posting Changes

7.4       Business Examples—Stock Replenishment

8 Picking Strategies

8.1       Storage Type Indicator

8.2       Storage Type Search

8.3       FIFO (First In, First Out)

8.4       LIFO (Last In, First Out)

8.5       Fixed Storage Bin

9 Put away Strategies

9.1  Fixed Bin Storage

9.2       Open Storage

9.3       Next Empty Bin

9.4       Bulk Storage

9.5       Near Picking Bin

9.6       Business Examples—Putaway Strategies

10 Inventory Procedures

10.1    Annual Physical Inventory

10.2    Continuous Inventory

10.3    Cycle Counting

10.4    Zero Stock Check

10.5    Business Examples—Inventory Procedures

11 Hazardous Materials Management

11.1    Introduction to Hazardous Materials

11.2    Hazardous Material Record

11.3    Hazardous Material Functionality

12 – 13 Electronic Data Interchange(EDI)

12.1    Introduction to EDI

12.2    Using EDI in Warehouse Management

13.1    Introduction to RF Devices

13.2    Bar Code Functionality

13.3    Radio Frequency—Supported Processes in SAP WM

13.4    Radio Frequency Monitor

13.5    Business Examples—Mobile Data Entry

14 – 15 Yard Management

14.1    Introduction to YM

15       Developments in Warehouse Management

15.1    Task and Resource Management

15.2    Value-Added Services

16 SAP Extended Warehouse Management     

16.1    Introduction to SAP Extended Warehouse Management

16.2    Organizational Structure

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