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Woongjin's EWM (Extended-Warehouse Management) integrates complex processes and
We provide best practices for mass warehouse management.
Understand real-time data flow through advanced processes and achieve business-optimized goals.

Experience advanced logistics processes.

Woongjin excels in Warehouse Management (WM) and offers robust SAP EWM solutions backed by references from renowned domestic distributors.
Leveraging Woongjin's four major promotion strategies and three core goals, you can successfully implement a logistics system based on the To-Be operational model of integrated logistics systems.

SAP EWM system architecture

WM is a solution that expands upon the functionality of ERP-WM, boasting SAP's 20-year history and stability.
EWM can be deployed as a separate server from ERP and is well-suited for overseeing the logistics centers of logistics companies and distributors.
With SAP EWM's flexible processes, you can effectively address the complexities of warehouse management.


Implementing an EWM system can lead to enhanced productivity and reduced warehouse costs across each logistics center, taking into account a company-wide integrated perspective.
Standardizing logistics processes can drive improvements in productivity, accuracy, and error reduction. Furthermore, significant quantitative benefits can be anticipated based on survey results from leading companies.

  • Qualitative expected effects

    • Enterprise-integrated perspective
    • Architecture composition for integrated logistics system

      Configuring a standard platform to expand business areas

      Single solution-based after-sales service and Ensure ease of upgrade

    • Logistics system implementation perspective
    • Securing logistics center operability based on standard processes

      Minimize shortages of sold products and ensure inventory visibility

      Fast/accurate delivery, enhanced customer order response

      Enhancing stable volume supply

      Customer system connection and data visibility Securing reliability by providing

  • Quantitative expected effects

    • Quantitative effect
    • Improved inventory accuracy: 95% → 99.5%

      Reduction in duplicate inventory: 10% ~ 20%

      Cost reduction through reduction of physical inventory: 75%

      Reduce labor costs by improving productivity: 20% to 40%

      Reduction in warehouse management indirect labor costs: 15% to 25%

      Increased warehouse space utilization: 10% to 20%

    • Areas of savings and effectiveness