SAP's Latest SCM-EWM Warehouse Management Modules Are Subject Of New Guide By SAP ConsultantsFriday, December 2, 2011
Rajesh Mendonca and Janet Mascarenhas share their industry experience and firsthand knowledge of SAP's latest SCM-EWM warehouse management modules in "Fundamentals of SCM-EWM: A Step By Step Guide" (ISBN 0983921105). They break down this complex module in hopes of making the workload easier for consultants and customers who are in the process of implementing a warehouse management solution.
Through this book, SAP customers will be able to get a good look at the different solutions available in SAP to manage their inventory, make informed decisions and select the right solutions for their warehouse needs.
The unique aspect is that this book will help beginning and experienced consultants master and configure the EWM systems on their own. The book includes tables, diagrams, step-by-step procedures and live examples which allow any consultant to gain an understanding that few without this book will have.
The authors wrote this book in a simple, easy-to-read language that permits any reader to understand the concept. The graphs, screenshots and step-by-step procedures allow anyone with no practical warehouse experience to be able to pick this book up and understand the material. Mendonca feels confident enough to say his book is 100% guaranteed to work.
"When we started authoring this book, we began with a system that had no data and no prior configuration. We activated everything from scratch and created our own data. During this process, we captured screenshots in every step and incorporated them in our book. Starting from the ground up also ensured that the flow of information is logical which guarantees that whoever refers to our book will be able to confidently and successfully configure the system on their own," Mendonca says.
"Fundamentals of SCM-EWM: A Step by Step Guide" is available for sale online at Amazon.com and other channels.
About the Authors:
Rajesh Mendonca is a leading techno-functional consultant with more than a decade's worth of experience in SAP. His work includes extensive knowledge on extended warehouse management, warehouse management and inventory management. His clients have included several Fortune 500 companies from industries including manufacturing, chemicals, utility, mill products and retail industries. He currently works for Hitachi Consulting.
Janet Mascarenhas is a graduate in electrical and electronics engineering. She worked briefly in the electrical industry before making her succeeding at SAP. She has since worked on various aspects of SAP's warehouse management and logistics modules. She is passionate about teaching SAP and sharing her experience with those that are just beginning their careers in SAP.View all Industry News