Advanced yard manager for SAP EWM
Yard Manager supports existing SAP processes, extends yard functions to provide faster turnaround times and 100% visibility to all inbound and outbound movements.
Faster Turnaround times
Get drivers in and out quickly, increase throughput.
Real time visibility
Complete view of what’s in each dock, whats in your yard, aging to allow prioritization and reduce or eliminate drayage fees.
Works With your Existing Environment
We work with your existing version of SAP ECC and HANA. SAP Cloud not required.
Using our exclusive iOS-based application, checks ins can be performed remotely via a phone or tablet whether online or offline.
Create movements directly in SAP or on our app
- Schedule placements
- Planned dock placement based on appointments
- Alerts for deviations to allow reallocation of dock placements
Get drivers in and out, increase turn around times
AI based task assignment
Using our AdvancedIQ technology, movements can be executed in the most efficient manner, the most efficient, priority movements are proposed first.
Reduce Detention / Demurrage Fees
Manage detention charges with visibility to detention charges accumulating in your yard.
Easy Appointment scheduling
Easily add, change and view your scheduled drops and carrier appointment.
No separate infrastructure, reduced application costs
Adding another cloud or on-premises system to manage is not the way to reduce costs, Yard Manager leverages your existing infrastructure meaning faster implementation times and reduced cost.
– No separate infrastructure to manage and pay for
– One source of the truth, no separate data silos.
Ready for the Future
If you’re using SAP’s new UX Fiori, or when you’re ready to migrate, we’ve developed a compatible version.
Reducing the complexity of Yard Management in SAP EWM
The functionality inherent in SAP EWM increases its complexity, using Yard Manager we reduce the complexity while providing additional functions that make it a simple joy to use.
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