Course Content



SAP EWM (Extended Warehouse Management) is a unified software solution by SAP for flexible, automated support for processing various goods movement and managing stock in the warehouse. EWM module supports users with planned and efficient processing of complex logistics processes. The principal components within SAP EWM (SAP Extended Warehouse Management) include warehouse management (SAP Extended Warehouse Management) and material flow control (SAP Material Flow System). The main process in a Warehouse is incoming and outgoing materials, goods receipt and goods issue, fulfill customer orders, and distribution of goods. When a company doesn’t store any goods, then there is no need for Warehouse management to manage goods. SAP EWM is used to efficiently manage inventory in the Warehouse and for supporting the processing of goods movement. It allows the company to control its Warehouse inbound and outbound processes and movement of goods in the Warehouse.

1.SAP Introduction

  • Overview of SAP R/3
  • Overview of SAP ECC
  • Overview of SAP SCM
  • Overview SAP S/4 HANA
  • Comparison of SAP R/3, SAP ECC, and SAP S/4 HANA
  • SAP ECC & SAP S/4 HANA system landscapes, deployments and databases
  • Delta Changes & new features

2.Introduction to SAP HANA

  • SAP In-Memory Strategy
  • Architecture Overview
  • Row Store
  • Column Store
  • Attribute Views
  • Calculation Views

3.Introduction to SAP S/4 HANA

  • S/4 HANA Roadmap
  • Benefits of S/4 HANA from business perspective
  • Ways from Business Suite to S/4 HANA
  • Deployment Options (On Premise, Cloud and Hybrid)

4.Introduction to SAP Activate Methodology

  • System conversion
  • Landscape transformation
  • New Implementation

5.Overview of SAP HANA Cloud Solutions

  • SAP Strategy for Cloud and SAP HANA
  • SAP Cloud Data Centers
  • SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud
  • SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud Use Cases
  • Examples of On-Premise to Cloud Integration

6.Key Innovations

  • Business Partner
  • Order Management Billing
  • Credit Management
  • Inventory Management
  • Material Requirement Planning
  • Architectural Changes / Configurations related to Sales

7.Overview of Fiori Apps

  • Overview of SAP Fiori Apps related to Logistics / Supply Chain

8.SAP S/4 HANA Deployment Options in EWM

  • Organizational Units in EWM in S/4
  • EWM Landscape.Existing & New
  • Planned EWM Road Map for S/4 HANA
  • Embedded EWM.Business Benefits

9.Master Data in S/4 HANA System

  • Master Data creation
  • Core Interface (CIF) existing and New

10.Integration in S/4 HANA System

  • Basic ERP and EWM Integration
  • Delivery Document Integration

11.Structural Elements and Master Data in S/4 HANA System

  • EWM Structural Elements
  • EWM Master Data

12.Radio Frequency (RF) Frame Work

  • How to use RF Framework
  • Developing new screens in RF
  • Layout Oriented Storage Control
  • ITS Mobile and how to create templates for different mobile devices

13.Goods Receipt and Inbound Process

  • Goods Receipt Process Overview
  • Goods Receipt using EWM
  • ERP and EWM documents
  • Availability Groups for Inventory Management
  • Goods Receipt Process Overview
  • Put-away Rules & Strategies
  • Process Oriented Storage Control
  • Packing HU management Pack Specification
  • Deconsolidation
  • Value Added Services (VAS)
  • Counting in EWM

14.Goods Issue and Outbound Process

  • Goods Issue Process
  • Outbound Delivery Processing
  • EWM Documents
  • Storage Control in Outbound Processing
  • Stock / Storage Removal Strategies
  • Pick Denial / Handling Differences in Picking
  • Batch Management
  • Using Pack Specification Condition records management
  • Wave processing
  • Replenishment

15.Storage Control

  • Storage Control Concepts
  • Process-Oriented Storage Control
  • Layout-Oriented Storage Control

16.Warehouse Order Creation

  • Warehouse Order Creation

17.Posting Changes, Stock Transfers and Replenishment

  • Posting Changes and Stock Transfers
  • Ad-Hoc Movements and Replenishment

18.Physical Inventory

  • The Physical Inventory Process
  • EWM Physical Inventory Procedures

19.Slotting and Rearrangement

  • Slotting and Rearrangement

20.Post Processing Framework (PPF)

  • Overview of Post Processing Framework (PPF)
  • PPF in Delivery Processing
  • Process & Layout Oriented SC
  • PPF & Printing Conditions Records in EWM

21.Yard Management

  • Introduction to Yard Management and Usage

22.Serial Management in SAP EWM System

  • Inventory Level
  • Bin Level
  • Warehouse Level

23.Cross Docking in SAP EWM System

  • Opportunistic Cross Docking
  • Transportation Cross Docking

24.Kitting in SAP EWM System

  • Kit to order
  • Kit to stock
  • Reverse Kitting

25.SAP EWM integration with other modules

  • Integration of EWM with MM (IM)
  • Integration of EWM with PP
  • Integration of EWM with SD
  • Integration of EWM with TM

26 – SAP S/4 HANA – Interfaces

  • SAP to SAP Interface
  • SAP to non-SAP Interface

27 – Important Questions & Answers


Objectives of Program:

After the completion of this course, Trainee will:

1. Insights on Basic ERP and EWM Integration
2. Gain knowledge on Warehouse Structure and EWM Master Data
3. Understand Inbound processing using EWM
4. Learn QIE and ERP Quality Management
5. Gain knowledge Good Receipts Process
6. Understand the concept of Yard Management in Shipping and Receiving
7. Learn how to Integrate Delivery Document and create a rule for Warehouse order
8. Understand how to Post Changes, Stock Transfers and Replenishment


It is recommended that the trainee should have the following:

1. Prior exposure to SAP Vendor Management
2. Basic Knowledge of Resource Optimization

Who should attend this Training?

This is one of the most valued and respected professional requirements for professionals who build robust solutions to manage warehouse functions in an organization. This professional certification course is also best suited for:

1. SAP WM / EWM Consultants & Managers
2. SAP Project Managers
3. SAP EWM Architects
4. SAP WM / EWM Functional Consultants
5. SAP Logistics Professionals
6. SAP WM / EWM End Users
7. SAP Implementation & EWM Functional Consultants
8. Warehouse Supervisors and Managers