EWM First™ Value Proposition

EWM First™ value proposition - putting ourselves in the shoes of the client and explaining why this approach is the approach to take!

Sometimes business life with SAP seems too difficult. All the choices to be made, options to be selected, extras to be installed – what is best, what should I do first?

And then something major happens, such as the countdown to S/4HANA, and the clear announcement that SAP’s WM solution is approaching end of life, which adds a whole new level of selections to your, already difficult list of choices.

During our webinar series you will get an insight of how The Config Team and SAP are working together to make your life easier; we have reduced your choices to ‘Where do I start?’ We call this EWM First!

Extended Warehouse Management is a market-leading warehouse solution, it is available as part of the S/4HANA suite and the great news is, it can be implemented stand-alone. EWM on S/4HANA can be linked back to an older version of ECC and when ECC is replaced, then you simply connect it to your shiny new S/4 solution. EWM First™ gives you the chance to take your first step on the S/4 journey, learn your first lessons about S/4 and HANA, and get the first benefits from SAP’s leading edge warehouse solution. EWM First™ allows you to do all this with minimal impact to the rest of your SAP set up.

Moving to S/4HANA is not an upgrade it’s a business transformation project, this would normally mean a big bang implementation, however with EWM First™ you can take a low risk managed approach.

From November to March we will be hosting a series of live and interactive sessions with a deeper look into the future of SAP Logistics. Our team will map out your route to EWM First™ basecamp, making the push for The S/4HANA Summit less of a challenge. Navigating you on the simplest path we will show how EWM First™ can lower risk and lower costs during your journey.

Click here to register for the EWM First™ Value Proposition Webinar, Wednesday, January 23rd 2019

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Wed, 01/23/2019
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