SAP Warehouse Management: Functionality and Technical Configuration

About SAP Warehouse Management: Functionality and Technical Configuration 

"This books is a very useful guide for SAP consultants with a logistics background who would like to learn SAP WM as well as for end-users who are interested in getting acquainted with SAP WM scope. The book covers how to set up master data and execute every-day activities in a warehouse, transaction by transaction, while explaining the customizing settings that regulate the process."


If you want to gain a practical and holistic understanding of important SAP Warehouse Management (WM) functionality and technical configuration issues, then this is the book for you. 

Explore all of the most important aspects of SAP WM, including Master Data, Stock Replenishment, Picking and Putaway strategies, and Storage Unit Management. By focusing on the basic aspects of each area before fully exploring the detailed functionality, you'll uncover invaluable technical configuration insights and gain a comprehensive understanding of SAP WM - while drastically enhancing your knowledge and expertise. 

This unique reference provides exclusive insights for SAP WM practitioners, with comprehensive coverage on new technologies such as RF devices and RFID, as well as on the new functionality of Extended Warehouse Management and Value Added Services. 

Fully up-to-date for SAP ECC 6.0, this book also discusses how WM integrates with the Material Management, Sales and Distribution, Quality Management, and Production Planning modules. Drawing from the author's extensive WM experience, this is a must-have resource for enhancing your mastery of this critical SAP module. 

In summary, you can:

  • Learn what Warehouse Management in SAP ERP is and how to configure it.
  • Discover information on both the basics and more advanced functionalities within each part of WM.
  • Includes updated information on EDI, EWM, and Yard Management, as well as new case studies.
Warehouse Management Processes and Concepts
Discover the various concepts of warehouse management and how they can be used to help your business run smoothly.

Warehouse Management Configuration
Learn specific configuration details to help you optimize your WM implementation.

Comprehensive Coverage of Key Concepts
Master the most important aspects of WM, including master data, stock replenishment, picking and putaway strategies, storage unit management, and much more.

Real-World Scenarios and Examples
Use the expert advice and examples throughout to help with your own WM processes.

Updated and Expanded
This book is updated to include new content on EDI, EWM, and Yard Management, and also provides screenshots for the latest GUI and new case studies.


  • Stock management
  • Task and resource management
  • RFID technology
  • Mobile data entry
  • Cross docking
  • Goods issues
  • Warehouse movements
  • Goods receipt
  • Stock replenishment
  • Picking strategies
  • Putaway strategies
  • Extended Warehouse Management
  • Yard Management
  • Hazardous materials management
About the Author:

Martin Murray has worked with SAP since 1990 and is experienced in all aspects of MM and WM functionality. He is the author of the best-selling SAP PRESS book SAP MM: Functionality and Technical Configuration, and of Understanding the SAP Logistics Information System

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