enVista to Share SAP EWM Expertise at SAP SAPPHIRE NOW 2019

enVista, a leading global software solutions and consulting services firm, announces today it will lead an educational presentation at SAP SAPPHIRE NOW on how to get more value out of your current SAP extended warehouse management system. SAP SAPPHIRE NOW is the annual conference for America’s SAP User Group and will take place in Orlando, Florida, May 7-9, 2019. enVista’s Tom Stretar and SAP’s Richard Kirker will lead the following session:

The Hidden Value in EWM

  • Date: Tuesday, May 7, 2019
  • Time: 11:00 a.m. ET – 11:40 a.m. ET
  • Speakers: Tom Stretar, Vice President of Supply Chain, enVista; Richard Kirker, Solutions Manager, SAP
  • Location: Room 329
  • Abstract: Implementers of SAP EWM have 15 percent labor savings sitting on their shelves. In this session, enVista and SAP will discuss how EWM’s robust LM capabilities – can generate undiscovered labor savings, increase productivity to the level it could be, and generate increased visibility into the workforce.

Stretar said, “During this session, we will discuss how the LM tool embedded within EWM provides you with a series of functions to assist in generating cost savings and increasing visibility across your entire warehouse, enhancing the comprehensive warehouse management system. We’ve found that most users of EWM are underutilizing the tool, unaware of the types of savings which could be up to 15 percent.”

enVista has strong expertise in supply chain execution systems, having implemented WMS in 180+ global warehouses, LMS in 200+ global warehouses, and TMS in 75+ global warehouses in the last five years alone. enVista also has ongoing SAP DSC implementations across multiple clients in six countries. Additionally, enVista has a strong SAP partner relationship having been a recognized SAP services partner and value-added reseller.

To learn more about enVista’s SAP practice, visit www.envistacorp.com/sap-consulting-services/


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