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With the introduction of SAP EWM as part of embedded S/4 solution, there are multiple options and choices available to organizations. These options meet every business need from large 24/7, 365-day operations to small 9 to 5 business operations. The suitable one for your organization will depend on a multitude of factors. There are functional and technical differences in each of the options and they offer different business benefit and value.

Join the webinar to get an overview of the options available along with the benefits and get some of the following questions answered:

  • What is the road map for SAP EWM in the S/4HANA World?
  • Can you deploy a de-centralized SAP EWM solution with S/4HANA?
  • What are the licensing implications?
  • What are the options for migration to S/4HANA?
  • Should you stick to on premise or move to cloud?
Tuesday 11th August 2020


About the speakers

Ashish Sonkusare

Ashish Sonkusare
Vice President, Supply chain & Logistics - HCL Technologies

Ashish has more than 22 years of experience in the supply chain and logistics space. He currently leads the SAP Logistics practice at HCL. Ashish has done more than dozens of SAP EWM implementations and deployments for global fortune 500 corporations. He has been instrumental in performing business transformation initiatives for several of his clients in the logistics space which resulted into significant productivity gains and improvements. He has authored several white papers and also provided thought leadership at major events and conferences. Ashish holds a B.Tech degree in Computer Science & Technology from IIT Bombay and MBA degree from IIFT Delhi. He is based out of St. Paul, Minnesota, USA

Joshua Kneen

Joshua Kneen
SAP Cloud Platform, Centre of Excellence Lead UKI

Joshua has been the CoE lead for the SAP Cloud Platform for the past four years. In that time, the offering has risen in prominence to be a key pillar of SAPs Business Technology Platform strategy. Joshua is responsible for supporting complex client engagements, internal enablement, and client adoption.