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SAP Certified Application Associate - Extended Warehouse Management with SAP S/4HANA test series | C_S4EWM_1909
The "SAP Certified Application Associate - Extended Warehouse Management with SAP S/4HANA" certification exam verifies that the candidate has the fundamental and core knowledge in the area of extended warehouse management required for the consultant profile. This certificate proves that the candidate has an overall understanding and can implement the knowledge practically in projects to contribute to the success of the planning and implementation phases in a mentored role. Previous project experience is not necessarily a prerequisite to pass this exam.
To ensure success, SAP recommends combining education courses and hands-on experience to prepare for your certification exam as questions will test your ability to apply the knowledge you have gained in training.
You are not allowed to use any reference materials during the certification test (no access to online documentation or to any SAP system).
Please see below the list of topics that may be covered within this certification and the courses that cover them. Its accuracy does not constitute a legitimate claim; SAP reserves the right to update the exam content (topics, items, weighting) at any time.
Inbound Processes (Value Added Services, Cross-docking, Quality Management) > 12%
Outbound Processes (Wave Management, Cross-docking, Production Integration) > 12%
Cross Topics (Labor Management, Exception Handling, Batches, Serial Numbers) 8% - 12%
Warehouse Structure, Resource Management and SAP EWM Master Data 8% - 12%
System Integration, Master Data and Delivery Document Customizing 8% - 12%
Process and Layout Oriented Storage Control 8% - 12%
Warehouse Process Types, Warehouse Task Creation, Strategies 8% - 12%
Internal processing (Physical Inventory, Replenishment) < 8%
Warehouse Management (Monitor - Cockpit) < 8%
Shipping and Receiving < 8%
Warehouse Order and Warehouse Order Creation Rules < 8%