This is a great question because, after all, SAP EM is a tool that is designed to provide end-to-end business process visibility and exception management. Much like you would leverage a workflow solution to enforce certain activities to take place at the right time by the right people, SAP EM is a tool to provide this process visibility and exception management. Every enterprise architect should have SAP EM as an option in their toolkit. Reveal is the recognized world leader in SAP EM implementations, with more than 20 successful implementations spanning the globe from Canada and the U.S. to Germany, Switzerland, and Australia. We have a very deep background in the supply chain process and in particular the automation of it through electronic data interchange (EDI) and the integration aspects needed from suppliers and for customers. Understanding these processes and how they integrate with each other allows us the ability to deliver for our client’s unique solutions that include SAP EM as the overall gatekeeper of all that is “good and evil” in the process.
With that being said, below is a list of processes that are making use of SAP EM to fill certain holes:
These are some exciting use cases for SAP EM, but I’m leaving some of the best for next time. I will write a follow-up to this post to conclude the list.Tags: EDI, EPCIS, SAP Event Management, SAP GTS, SAP OER, SAP SNC, SAP TM, SAP Track and Trace