SAP Supply Chain Execution (SAP SCE)

As a logistics consultant and SAP expert for Supply Chain Execution (SCE) CONET offers comprehensive know-how and long-standing experience in the fields SAP Transportation Management (TM), Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) and Warehouse Management (WM, EWM).

Increasingly complex logistic chains lead to enormous data amounts and ever growing information flows between all participants. The challenges in the logistical execution, e. g. transport management, depot management, transport tracking, sensor evaluation (interruption of the cool chain) or route-finding are growing, too.

The solution: SAP Supply Chain Execution (SAP SCE)

SAP focusses on a sustainable logistics and pursues the approach of integration. By using SAP Supply Chain Execution (SCE) enterprises will set new standards regarding connectivity and integration. In release SCE 9.0, the innovative solution consolidates the three operative SAP logistics systems SAP Extended Warehouse Management (EWM), SAP Transportation Management (TM) and SAP Event Management (EM) on one system engineering platform. The holistic approach forms the basis for avoiding process and system interruptions, thus offering optimization potential throughout the complete logistic chain.

CONET supports its customers entirely throughout the supply chain. The scope comprises:

  • Consulting for the fields of SAP transport and depot management, extended warehouse management and material management
  • Planning and implementation until the full operation of the solution
  • Studies

Why choose SAP Supply Chain Execution?

  • All-in-one solution for different company sizes and assignments of all industries

  • Almost limitless integration with internal logistic solutions and with partners in the supply chain

  • Proven SAP platform with tools for a reliable implementation

  • Flexibly configurable, expandable and scaleable

  • Proven solution for key customers and medium-sized enterprises

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