SAP LE
Warehousing with standard processes

The SAP Logistics Execution system (SAP LE) is part of SAP EP and contains an LE-WM module for warehouse management. SAP LE-WM is an established warehouse management product for smaller warehouses that uses standard processes. One distinct advantage is that is can be smoothly integrated into the ERP system, although SAP LE-WM can still be installed locally. When used with yard management and shipping and transport processes, this module covers many of your company’s operational logistics processes. Furthermore, the wide installation base ensures stability.

Our service package:
  • Analysis workshops
  • Design and optimization of your warehouse processes
  • Creation of necessary concepts
  • The implementation itself
  • Support during the test and go-live phases
  • Not to mention documentation and operational support.
The benefits for you...

The standard version of SAP LE-WM provides comprehensive support for mobile processes on a forklift-mounted or hand-held terminal. Any requirements that exist for forklift management or a multi-phased transport process can be realized with the SAP Task and Resource Management module 9SAP LE-TRM). SAP LE-TRM also allows improved indirect coupling of material flow systems and facilitates processes, such as value added services.

msg as your partner...

As a competent partner in all aspects of SAP logistics processes, we offer a strategy for implementing LE functions that allows the greatest possible integration into neighboring processes, a strategy optimized to meet your company’s needs.

Get in touch

Jörg Kern-Landgraf

Contact

msg treorbis GmbH
Bei dem Neuen Krahn 2
20457 Hamburg

+49 40 3344150-0
+49 40 3344150-99

info@msg-treorbis.de

The msg group

msg treorbis GmbH is part of msg, an independent international group of companies with autonomous regional companies and subsidiaries and over 7,500 employees.

The msg group is active in over 25 countries in the banking, insurance, automotive, food, life science & healthcare, public sector, telecommunications, travel & logistics and utilities sectors.