WALLDORF — SAP SE today announced it has been placed in the Leaders Quadrant of the 2014 Gartner report “Magic Quadrant for Warehouse Management Systems,”* evaluated for the SAP Extended Warehouse Management (SAP EWM) application.
SAP has delivered new functionalities in the area of warehouse management, including yard management, slotting and rearrangement, and innovations in the area of Big Data. Easy integration with other SAP products, such as transportation management, trade compliance, and environmental, health and safety solutions, further add to the value of SAP Extended Warehouse Management.
“In recent years, SAP has renewed its focus in the area of warehouse management, augmenting our solution set with new capabilities to better serve our customer base,” said Hans Thalbauer, senior vice president, Line-of-Business Solutions for Supply Chain, SAP. “We feel our debut into the Leaders Quadrant is an exciting success for SAP Supply Chain Management, and we will continue to deliver innovations to maintain this leadership position.”
To learn more about the “Magic Quadrant for Warehouse Management Systems, 2014” report, read the full Gartner report here.
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*Gartner “Magic Quadrant for Warehouse Management Systems, 2014,” September 30, 2014, by Dwight Klappich
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