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EMEA Center of Excellence for SAP Extended Warehouse Management (EWM)
In today’s competitive market, where customers expect products to be delivered in hours rather than days, often with customer specific labeling or packaging, warehouse managers suffer to efficiently organize their operations and workforce. This context requires a transformation of supply chain applications to address complex warehouse processes and functions. Few companies have the systems in place to provide enhanced visibility and planning capabilities to improve warehouse efficiency.
The EMEA SAP EWM Centre of Excellence combines Deloitte’s business knowledge with the SAP EWM technology to help clients optimize and successfully manage their warehouse operations and planning.
We help companies transform their warehouse management processes and systems - from strategy to execution - enabling them to:
· Reduce logistics costs
· Improve warehouse efficiency
· Increase labor productivity
· Optimize space utilization
· Better manage value-added processes
SAP WM to EWM Migration
The Deloitte success recipe
What does it take for your company currently running on SAP WM to migrate to SAP EWM? Do you have the right approach? Do you know if and how to leverage your initial set-up in the new solution? Our Center of Excellence for SAP EWM has a strong team to support clients with the migration of SAP WM to SAP EWM.
Optimize, integrate and track your reverse logistics processes with SAP Advanced Returns Management
Integrate your returns processes with SAP EWM
The Advanced Returns Management (ARM) solution of SAP provides the process efficiency and transparency needed to meet today’s expectations of companies to support the returns process. It brings out-of-the-box processes and functionalities for returns management, covering both supplier returns and customer returns, including warehouse handling.
The warehouse of tomorrow, today
Ubiquitous Computing, Internet of Things, Machine Learning
The past half-a-decade has seen the birth and explosive adoption of technologies which not only redefined the game, but also became or are becoming “a given” of everyday life and business. Supply chain and intralogistics seem to have remained rather indifferent to these technologies and trends, yet this state of affairs may find itself momentarily challenged by the business environment, either demand or competition driven.
Efficiently balance workload variability in your warehouse with Labour Management in SAP EWM.
Every warehouse manager, whether working for an ice-cream producer, a sunglass manufacturer or any other company, is aware of the workload variation in the warehouse. Many managers wonder how to accommodate this workload variability. Knowing upfront what workload is expected and balancing the resources accordingly are imperative to control this variability. Furthermore, it is important to track the actual performance of resources to be able to act proactively in case of deviations from the initial plan.
SAP Service Parts Management Distribution Center in the Middle East region
Achieving a world-class supply chain requires a flexible, customer-centric network that delivers the highest value with the greatest velocity at a low cost. Enabling organisations to organise and manage their supply chain will allow them to optimise profit, cost, efficiency, flexibility, reliability and customer satisfaction.