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Warehouse Management issue


  From fast two years I have been working on WM module on lean and extended warehouse management so what I would like to know is when look at inbound and outbound delivery who suppose to work on shipping,picking,packing,tranporation,stoarge unitit,handling unit manegemnt,yard management on this scenarious whether SD consultant should work or WM consultant should work.

Becuase when I tested in SAP easy access in both modules above said transactions functionalitys are there. so that’s why I would like to confirm.

Appreciate you suggestions onthis


PS Rao

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      The above listed sub modules are a part of Logistics Execution + WM.  So, all these are responsibility of WM consultant. Only Shipping and Transportaion can be handled by SD consultant as well, But I guess its a call taken by the project.



      Author's profile photo pavan kulkarni
      pavan kulkarni


      Funadamentally , the Warehouse management is a part of four walls of warehouse.

      The contribution of the processes are from part of procurement ( generally called Inbound ) and Sales ( called Outbound )

      The Impact of the other areas are very minimal and the WM consultants should know the SD and MM clearly.

      In WM module Inbound and Outbound is only the key . Might be a lot happen otherthan these in SD and MM ( like billing , Release Strategy ).

      Consulting understanding point of view , as WM or EWM consultant , we should aware fully warehouse activities related to packaging , staging , movement of goods , shipping and transportation.

      Thanks and Regards