Warehouse Management System+



This Solution Operates on Handheld Enabled Touch Screens While Integrating Warehouse Inventory and Production Processors in Realtime to SAP Business One.

ISSUE: The Recurring Inventory Nightmare

Does inventory tracking keep you up at night? Is your company mired in tedious, manual cycle counts and exasperating treasure hunts to locate specific items amidst a sea of bins?

Does your staff have to endure tedious, manual data entry day after day? Do you find that your current system is inefficient and way too susceptible to input errors?

Key Takeaways:

  • SAP Warehouse Management optimizes inventory management, streamlines operations, and improves order fulfillment.
  • It provides efficient inventory management, streamlined warehouse operations, and enhanced tracking and visibility.
  • SAP Warehouse Management can be used in various ways, including SAP Extended Warehouse Management (EWM) and SAP Warehouse Management (WM).
  • The system helps optimize resource utilization and can be customized to meet specific business needs.
  • SAP Warehouse Management improves customer service by providing real-time tracking, order status updates, and order history.

SOLUTION — Softengine’s WMS+

If these experiences sound familiar, you’re going to love Softengine’s Warehouse Management System (WMS+) for SAP Business One. Working together, WMS+ and SAP Business One deliver a robust, proven real-time inventory tracking system that you can manage from a handheld device.

SAP Business One transparently integrates inventory and accounting transactions, while facilitating standard warehouse procedures such as receiving, shipping, inventory transfers, picking and packing. Softengine’s WMS+ augments SAP Business One with additional capabilities that enable the system to conform to the way you do business. Features include built-in scale integration, Direct Store Delivery (DSD) functionality, production processing, ability to print custom labels, accept payments and capture signatures on the fly and so much more.

With WMS+ running on your mobile device, you can scan all the information you need to manage your inventory at optimal accuracy and efficiency. No more wasted time entering data manually and no more nasty mistakes that throw off your inventory counts. Take out a couple of minutes and have a look at Food ERP too.

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Track inventory in real time though each stage of the inventory life cycle.

Operated on a handheld barcode enabled touch screen device running Googles Android Operating System supporting a wide range of compatible devices.

Facilitates printing barcode labels for goods inwards and receipts from production.

Uses barcodes to apply lot-controlled quantities of inventory to SAP Business One documents and transactions including:

  • Issuing inventory to a Delivery Note from Base Sales Documents.
  • Issuing received inventory to a Goods Received PO from Base Purchasing Documents.
  • Issuing inventory to A/R Invoices on a Delivery Route.
  • Issuing inventory to Pick Lists.
  • Issuing inventory to Production Orders.
  • Issuing inventory to Inventory Transfers / Bin Locations.
  • Issuing inventory to Counting Orders.
  • Creating Production Receipts.

Designed exclusively for SAP Business One (HANA & SQL Editions).

Features Customizable Menus for each user and specific function.

Supports Direct to Store Delivery (DSD) by managing drivers, vehicles, and delivery routes including:

  • Route planning.
  • Creating A/R Invoice on delivery from Base Sales Documents.
  • Creating A/R Invoices for any on demand orders.
  • Take and track payments (Cash, Check, Money Order).
  • Creates Incoming Payment.
  • Capture signatures.
  • Print receipt paperwork.

Supports barcode scanning of base document number and filters for easy document retrieval.

Supports printing of crystal report layouts:

  • Shipping paperwork such as a bill of lading to present at time of shipment.
  • Quality control paperwork for completing quality control on inbound goods.
  • Picking complete paperwork for describing any orders consolidated in the picking process.

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  • Receiving of goods inwards.

Using the handheld device a user can see what documents are due to arrive, record good receipts in SAP Business One from these base documents, and print barcode labels recording box quantities, lot numbers, and expiration dates to affix to items in real time. Users can also print quality control documentation directly from the device.

  • Putting away inventory into warehouse locations.

Using inventory and bin location barcodes a user can quickly scan inventory units from the receiving location to the destination bin location in real time aiding in the putting away of received goods.

  • Transferring inventory to staging areas for quality control, packaging, or production.

Using inventory and bin location barcodes a user can quickly scan inventory units from location to location in real time.

  • Picking and packing inventory.

Easily delegate pick lists and allow the picking team to scan quantities into packages ready for dispatch or into staging areas for production. Softengine mobile presents to the user which bin location the item is located, the designated batch number assigned to the order, and the quantities required. A “To Pick” counter decrements every time the inventory unit is scanned reducing human error and helping to ensure the correct batch is picked reducing expiration date errors.

  • Shipments of goods outwards.

Using the handheld device a user can process shipping documents directly from a sales document, or a pick list. Again, a user can pack goods into packages in a similar way to the picking and packing feature and print the bill of lading, all directly from the device.

  • Issuing raw materials to a production process.

Goods can easily be scanned and issued into a production process, recording the batch number of raw ingredients for traceability.

  • Maintaining receipts of produced items from the production process.

Similar to the receiving of good inwards process a user can issue production receipts directly from the handheld device. Barcode labels can be printed in real time recording box quantities, lot numbers, and expiration dates to affix to newly produced items. Aiding in the storage, tracking, and retrieval of produced inventory items.

  • Selling Goods via DSD (Direct Store Delivery):
    • Deliver and invoice goods.
    • Create on demand invoices
    • Taking payments.
    • Capturing signatures on invoices.
    • Printing of receipts
  • Branch Support
  • Improved UI to Support 480 x 800 Screen Resolution and Prevent Text Overlap
  • Ability to Capture New Batch Attributes:

    • Manufacturing Date

    • Expiration Date

  • Ability to Create Templates to Autofill Batch Attributes:

    • Batch Template (Unique to Document Number)

    • Manufacturing Date

    • Expiration Date



      • Digital display of Base Documents eliminating paper.
      • Barcode printing aids in the storage, tracking, and retrieval of your inventory items internally and throughout the forward supply chain.
      • Barcode scanning ensures accurate input of inventory items to documents and transactions. One scan in Softengine Warehouse Management System  (WMS+) automatically records the packaging quantity, batch number*, and expiration date* of inventory units reducing human errors.
      • Barcode scanning ensures accurate input of warehouse locations. Scanning an origin and destination bin location barcode ensures inventory is being accurately stored and retrieved reducing human errors.
      • Touch screen navigation allows for ease of navigation and manual user input throughout the user interface.

*Barcode must adhere to GS1-128 barcoding specification to support this feature.

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SAP Warehouse Management

SAP Warehouse Management optimizes warehouse operations by integrating SAP’s ERP system with its flexible warehouse management system (WMS). It efficiently manages inventory, streamlines operations, and improves order fulfillment. Businesses benefit from enhanced tracking, visibility, and optimized resource utilization. 

SAP Warehouse Management offers various options like extended warehouse management (EWM), warehouse management (WM), supply chain execution platform (SCEP), logistics execution system (LES), and material flow system (MFS). The process involves planning, receiving, storing, and shipping. Businesses can optimize their warehouse operations with Softengine, a leading provider of innovative warehouse and distribution solutions. We streamline processes and enhance inventory management, maximizing warehouse efficiency for businesses. 

Unlock the power of efficiency! Revolutionize your warehouse operations with Softengine’s state-of-the-art Warehouse Management System. Maximize productivity, streamline processes, and optimize inventory management. Contact us today to get started!


What Is SAP?

SAP is a top enterprise resource planning (ERP) software. It helps businesses of all sizes manage operations, automate processes, and gain valuable insights. SAP’s suite streamlines financial, human resources, and supply chain management. Its powerful analytics tools enhance data understanding and decision-making. 

With over 400,000 customers worldwide, SAP is a popular ERP system across manufacturing, retail, healthcare, and banking industries. By automating tasks, increasing visibility, and improving customer service, SAP enables companies to boost efficiency and reduce costs. Moreover, SAP’s highly customizable solutions allow companies to tailor them to their needs.


What Is SAP?

What Is SAP Warehouse Management?

SAP Warehouse Management (SAP WM) is a comprehensive system that optimizes warehouse and distribution operations. It streamlines complex warehouse management as part of SAP’s Supply Chain Execution (SCE) suite. SAP WM offers features to improve efficiency. With SAP WM, businesses automate and manage warehouse processes.1 They track inventory, optimize space, and streamline order fulfillment. It enhances resource management, inventory accuracy, and visibility.

Combining SAP ERP and SAP HANA, SAP WM boosts warehouse operations, reduces costs, and improves customer service. It integrates with third-party systems like SAP Transportation Management, SAP Warehouse Management, and SAP Logistics Execution System for further optimization.


What Are The Benefits Of SAP Warehouse Management?

SAP Warehouse Management offers a range of distinct advantages to businesses. Some of the advantages include:


Efficient Inventory Management

Effective inventory management is crucial for businesses. It involves tracking, controlling, and managing product stock levels to reduce costs and optimize operations. SAP Warehouse Management (WM) is a powerful tool that helps businesses efficiently manage their inventory. SAP Warehouse Management optimizes inventory processes with comprehensive features and tools. It enables businesses to manage stock levels effectively, identify and address issues promptly, and make informed decisions in real-time.

Streamlining inventory processes, SAP Warehouse Management offers automated ordering, inventory tracking, and optimized stock management. It eliminates manual tasks, reduces errors, and saves time and money. Furthermore, SAP Warehouse Management enhances customer service with order tracking, status updates, and order history. This improves the overall customer experience and increases satisfaction.


Efficient Inventory Management

Streamlined Warehouse Operations

Warehouse operations are crucial but can be complex. SAP Warehouse Management (WM) simplifies and optimizes these processes. It enables businesses to streamline goods receipt, inventory management, and order fulfillment, efficiently managing resources like personnel, equipment, and materials.2 SAP WM automates manual tasks, reducing costs. It provides real-time tracking and monitoring of warehouse activities, offering a reliable source of information.

Advanced features such as automated replenishment, cycle counting, and barcode scanning further enhance efficiency. Improving customer service is another benefit of SAP WM. Real-time visibility of inventory levels and order status ensures quick and accurate order fulfillment, minimizing stockouts and backorders. With SAP WM, businesses maximize warehouse space. Advanced features like automated bin location optimization optimize storage capacity and facilitate the smooth movement of goods.


Improved Order Fulfillment

SAP Warehouse Management improves order fulfillment by streamlining the picking, packing, and shipping process. It ensures timely and accurate order fulfillment while minimizing errors. The system optimizes resource utilization, ensuring the right staff and equipment are assigned efficiently. This reduces waste and boosts profits. 

Real-time visibility of inventory levels and order statuses allows businesses to manage stock levels effectively and order fulfillment. With this information, businesses can plan resources better and make informed decisions regarding inventory and order fulfillment. SAP Warehouse Management enhances order fulfillment, increases efficiency, and empowers businesses to meet customer expectations promptly.


Enhanced Tracking And Visibility

SAP Warehouse Management boosts tracking and visibility, enabling businesses to monitor their warehouse operations in real time and gain better inventory insight. This leads to informed decision-making, enhancing efficiency, and saving costs. The suite of tools in SAP Warehouse Management empowers businesses to track inventory movements, check stock levels, and generate reports on warehouse activities. This allows for issue identification and process improvements.

SAP Warehouse Management facilitates real-time monitoring of the supply chain. With integrated supply chain visibility, businesses receive alerts about any changes and can swiftly respond to unexpected situations. This ensures an efficient supply chain and timely product delivery. 


Optimized Resource Utilization

SAP Warehouse Management (WM) empowers businesses to optimize their resource utilization, identifying cost-saving opportunities and improving efficiency. The system enables proactive planning and resource adjustments to meet changing demands. Businesses maximize resource utilization and avoid overstocking or understocking by effectively tracking and managing inventory. Real-time visibility into inventory levels facilitates informed decision-making.

SAP Warehouse Management aids in managing labor resources, enabling businesses to track and analyze costs and usage. Adjusting staffing levels accordingly and identifying areas for efficiency improvements reduces costs. Optimizing warehouse layout is another benefit of SAP Warehouse Management. Planning and adjusting the layout reduces time and resource requirements for warehouse operations. Furthermore, SAP Warehouse Management optimizes supply chain operations. Tracking and analyzing supply chain performance help identify areas for efficiency improvements and cost reduction.


Some Uses Of SAP Warehouse Management

SAP Warehouse Management (WMS) is a versatile system that optimizes warehouses and distribution centers, reducing costs, increasing efficiency, and improving customer service. A common use of SAP WMS is inventory management, tracking stock levels, and item locations. This minimizes costs and prevents stockouts.

Streamlining warehouse operations is another benefit of SAP WMS. It automates picking, packing, shipping, and goods flow, saving time, labor, and optimizing warehouse space.

Order fulfillment is improved with SAP WMS, ensuring accurate and timely order processing. It reduces returns and exchange costs.

SAP WMS facilitates enhanced visibility and tracking of goods. It provides detailed information, quickly identifying order issues, improving customer service, and ensuring timely deliveries.

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Types Of SAP Warehouse Management

SAP offers a range of warehouse management systems to suit the needs of different businesses. Here are some of the most popular types of SAP Warehouse Management systems:


SAP Extended Warehouse Management (EWM)

SAP Extended Warehouse Management (EWM) streamlines warehouse operations, reduces costs, and improves customer service. It automates tasks, offers real-time visibility, and optimizes inventory and labor management. EWM integrates with other SAP modules and enhances profitability. It provides informed decision-making, minimizes errors, and improves efficiency. Overall, EWM is an advanced solution for efficient warehouse management.


SAP Warehouse Management (WM)

SAP Warehouse Management (WM) is a system developed by SAP SE that optimizes warehouse operations and improves inventory management. It provides tools to control and manage material movement and storage within a warehouse, integrating with other business operations. With SAP WM, businesses automate processes like receiving, inventory management, and shipping. It tracks inventory levels, monitors stock movements, and facilitates the efficient flow of goods within the warehouse.

Enhanced tracking and visibility help maintain accurate stock records, prevent shortages, and optimize resource utilization. SAP WM automates warehouse processes, tracks inventory, monitors stock movements, optimizes resource utilization, and integrates with other business operations. It’s a powerful tool for businesses seeking warehouse optimization and improved inventory management.


SAP Supply Chain Execution Platform (SCEP)

SAP Supply Chain Execution Platform (SCEP) is a suite of software solutions that optimizes supply chain processes. It offers an integrated view of the supply chain, allowing users to manage and monitor activities from end to end. SCEP, based on SAP Business Suite, improves supply chain efficiency and visibility. SCEP modules cover order, warehouse, transportation, and inventory management.3 Users can analyze and optimize supply chain performance using various tools.


SAP Logistics Execution System (LES)

SAP Logistics Execution System (LES) optimizes warehouse and distribution operations. It integrates with ERP systems for real-time visibility, streamlining processes, and improving order fulfillment. LES tracks inventory, provides supply chain insights, and automates warehouse operations. It optimizes resource utilization, reduces costs, and offers a comprehensive view of the supply chain. LES enables real-time monitoring and management of warehouse and distribution operations, ensuring accurate inventory placement and order tracking. SAP LES is a powerful system for efficient warehouse and distribution operations, enhancing control and decision-making.


SAP Material Flow System (MFS)

SAP Material Flow System (MFS) efficiently manages warehouse operations. It tracks material flows, from receiving to distribution, with automated inventory control and order processing. MFS maximizes inventory control and efficiency by offering a centralized platform for material management. It tracks goods throughout the supply chain, enabling organizations to identify improvement areas using detailed reporting and analytics.

MFS enhances inventory management by providing real-time visibility and corrective action for discrepancies. It offers insights into goods’ history and supply chain, aiding informed decision-making. Additionally, MFS streamlines warehouse operations by managing order fulfillment and returns. Furthermore, MFS optimizes the warehouse environment with tools for monitoring environmental conditions and energy consumption. This reduces operating costs and improves overall efficiency.


Process Of SAP Warehouse Management

SAP Warehouse Management (WM) streamlines warehouse operations through various tasks. WM is an integrated system that optimizes processes using comprehensive tools.

The first step is assessing the warehouse setup, including layout, product types, and inventory. This guides the configuration and process optimization.

Next, the SAP WM system is set up, aligning it with the warehouse layout and processes. This includes inventory management and order fulfillment rules. The system tracks and manages inventory levels, movement, and replenishment. It also handles order processing and shipment.

Warehouse layout and processes are managed through zone setup and goods movement tracking. Reports and analysis enable performance tracking and improvement identification.

The process of SAP Warehouse Management optimizes warehouse operations and improves overall performance.


Best Ways A SAP Warehouse Management System Can Be Used

SAP Warehouse Management Systems (WMS) optimize warehouse operations. Here are the best ways to use a SAP WMS:

  1. Automate inventory management: SAP WMS automates processes like receiving, putaway, picking, packing, and shipping. This maintains accurate inventory levels and ensures fast and precise order processing.
  2. Monitor performance: Real-time visibility in SAP WMS allows monitoring and improvement identification, addressing warehouse bottlenecks.
  3. Optimize resource utilization: SAP WMS ensures efficient resource use and smooth warehouse operations. 
  4. Improve order fulfillment: SAP WMS provides visibility into the entire fulfillment process, ensuring timely and accurate order delivery. 
  5. Enhance tracking and visibility: Real-time tracking of orders, inventory, and shipments in SAP WMS ensures accurate and on-time fulfillment.
  6. Reduce costs: SAP WMS streamlines processes, optimizes resource use, and improves order fulfillment, reducing costs and increasing profits.
  7. Increase efficiency: SAP WMS streamlines processes and optimizes resource utilization for smooth operations and fast, accurate order fulfillment.


Final Thoughts

Softengine offers industry-specific solutions for warehouse and distribution operations, streamlining processes, and enhancing inventory management with SAP Warehouse Management. Their services include warehouse design, inventory optimization, order fulfillment, transportation management, labor management, and supply chain analytics. 

With Softengine, businesses can optimize warehouse layout, increase storage capacity, improve efficiency, streamline order fulfillment, track shipments, manage employee performance, analyze supply chain data, and enhance customer service. Softengine’s solutions provide the tools and insights needed to maximize efficiency, reduce costs, and optimize warehouses for improved customer service.

Choosing the right solutions provider is crucial for success, and Softengine specializes in providing a comprehensive suite of industry-specific solutions that cater to each client’s unique needs. Contact us today to learn more about how our cutting-edge products can benefit your business. 

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What is the difference between SAP and WMS?

SAP is a software suite for overall business management, while WMS is a specific software for managing warehouse operations. WMS is a subset of SAP and focuses specifically on optimizing warehouse processes.


How does SAP work in logistics?

SAP logistics solutions streamline and enhance logistics operations for businesses. They provide tools to manage supply chains, transportation, and warehouses, optimizing operations through improved visibility, streamlined processes, and enhanced inventory management.


Is SAP an Oracle system?

No, SAP is not an Oracle system. Oracle is a database management system, while SAP is a software suite that provides businesses with a comprehensive set of tools for managing their operations.


Which ERP system does SAP use?

SAP uses its own ERP system, called SAP ERP. SAP ERP is a comprehensive suite of tools for managing business operations, including finance, human resources, and logistics.


What is SAP database?

SAP database is a relational database management system developed by SAP. It is used to store and manage data for SAP applications. It is a central component of the SAP software suite and is used to store and manage data for SAP applications.


Is SAP an accounting software or ERP?

SAP is an ERP system, or Enterprise Resource Planning system. It is a comprehensive suite of tools for managing business operations, including finance, human resources, and logistics.


Who is the competitor of SAP?

SAP’s main competitors include Oracle, Microsoft, and IBM.


Who uses SAP systems?

SAP systems are used by businesses of all sizes, from small businesses to large enterprises.


Is SAP a CRM or ERP?

SAP is an ERP system, or Enterprise Resource Planning system. It is a comprehensive suite of tools for managing business operations, including finance, human resources, and logistics.


Does SAP have coding?

Yes, SAP has coding. It uses a variety of programming languages, including ABAP, Java, and C++.



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