Optimized warehouse management with the SAP EWM implementation by FIS

The high-performance SAP Extended Warehouse Management (SAP EWM) software meets the highly complex requirements of advanced warehouse logistics. SAP EWM has been specifically designed for the system mapping of complex warehouse processes and structures. One of the outstanding features of the system is its high flexibility enabling SAP EWM to meet the numerous requirements of different warehouse types. Integrated material flow control and high software scalability are essential SAP EWM performance features for many companies. Due to these features and continued development of SAP EWM, the system fulfils the most important criteria for meeting the business requirements of your warehouse logistics in the future. The system is rounded off by excellent user convenience. FIS complements these benefits by its self-developed FIS/ewm+ template solution. This methodology specifically developed for the SAP EWM implementation enables a particularly convenient and rapid implementation of the SAP Extended Warehouse Management system in your company.

SAP EWM implementation with FIS/ewm+ and its benefits

  • FIS/ewm+ ensures the seamless integration of upstream and downstream business processes in SAP ERP ECC 6.0 and SAP S/4HANA Enterprise Management.
  • The FIS/ewm+ template solution and project implementation turbo makes your SAP EWM implementation more rapid and convenient.
  • Individual developments and specific process mappings adapt themselves to the requirements of your warehouse.
  • Integration scenarios along the entire supply chain.

How the FIS/ewm+ project implementation turbo works

Usually, the implementation of SAP EWM requires long theoretical concept work. Our FIS/ewm+ template optimizes this specific process design phase of a project by numerous preconfigured processes. This makes it much easier for all persons involved in the project, such as project managers or key users, to become familiar with SAP EWM.

How you benefit from FIS/ewm+

  • Monitors preconfigured processes
  • Provides documented template processes for the goods receipt, warehouse and inventory management and goods issue core processes
  • Creates a standard and clear work basis so that user departments can be directly involved
  • Accelerates the process flow
  • Enables a seamless connection to the existing ERP system

The big functional scope of SAP EWM

Both SAP Warehouse Management (SAP LES/WM) and SAP Extended Warehouse Management (SAP EWM) focus on the mapping of subsequent warehouse logistics core processes in the system.


  • Goods receipt processes: inbound delivery and putaway
  • Warehouse and inventory management processes: stockholding
  • Goods issue processes: from picking and packing to outbound delivery


With regard to functional scope and controllable complexity, SAP Extended Warehouse Management meets the highest requirements when mapping the said processes. And yet, SAP EWM offers high convenience for users.

Here, you will find a detailed list of the functional scope mapped by SAP Extended Warehouse Management:

  • Putaway strategies
  • Mobile dialogs
  • Cross-docking (bypass)
  • Quality inspection
  • Separation of stock: GR / available
  • Pick-by-voice integration
  • Optimized goods receipt
  • Deconsolidation
  • Material flow control
  • Slotting
  • Different inventory types
  • Warehouse reorganization
  • Monitoring of warehouse processes
  • Graphical display of warehouse key figures
  • Replenishment processing
  • Scrapping
  • Storage bin management
  • Mobile dialogs
  • Storage bin structures
  • Batch management
  • Integration for production purposes
  • Yard management
  • Value-added services
  • Graphical warehouse layout
  • Gate reservation planning
  • Work / resource management
  • Stock removal strategies
  • Mobile dialogs
  • Cross-docking (bypass)
  • Packing process
  • Loading of goods
  • Packing planning
  • Picking wave creation
  • Pick-by-voice integration
  • Scales integration
  • Compilation of kits
  • Material flow control


An SAP EWM implementation increases the efficiency of your warehouse logistics and simplifies the different activities within this area. Ideally, the FIS/ewm+ template supports the implementation of SAP EWM for a quicker and less complicated project implementation. Make your decision in favor of FIS and the use of SAP EWM for optimizing your warehouse logistics. Do not hesitate to call us or contact us via e-mail for a consulting conversation without obligation!

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Stefan Hinterwälder
Stefan Hinterwälder
Team Manager New Business