New course joins SAP PartnerEdge program
Leading supply chain consultants provide services to help optimize SAP Extended Warehouse Management application
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New Course LLC, a consulting and integrations services company founded by a team of supply chain consulting leaders, today announced it has joined the SAP PartnerEdge program as an SAP services partner. The program gives partners access to resources, services and benefits that will help New Course build and maintain a successful partnership with SAP, which will help it to optimize business results for clients. As a supply chain consulting and implementation services provider focused on support of the SAP Extended Warehouse Management (SAP EWM) application, New Course will leverage its vast experience with best-of-breed warehouse management solutions (WMS) and operational best practices to help clients successfully implement and improve productivity with SAP EWM.
SAP services partners help SAP customers design, implement and integrate SAP solutions; optimize business processes; and provide strategic business consultation. As an SAP services partner, New Course will take an active part in the support, customization and deployment of SAP solution-based systems.
New Course will help SAP clients achieve superior results by combining the power of SAP’s supply chain management solutions with New Courses’ supply chain expertise developed through 250+ WMS and transportation management system (TMS) projects. New Course will work closely with customers to analyze the financial impact of implementing SAP EWM, develop future state process flows and best practices, build integrated project and resource plans, and lead implementations by providing overall program management, configuration, testing, training and deployment services.
“The functionality of SAP EWM is very robust and is on par with best-of-breed WMS vendors,” said Jim McNerney, Principal and Co-Founder, New Course. “By leveraging the functionality of SAP EWM, which is tightly integrated with SAP ERP, we are able to offer customers a very compelling value proposition.”
As an SAP services partner in SAP PartnerEdge, New Course will have access to a much broader range of software tools and solutions for its clients. SAP PartnerEdge offers tools and resources that provide a strong foundation of support and collaboration that fosters unparalleled value and mutual business success for customers, partners and SAP.
“We’re proud to be an SAP services partner,” said John Sidell, Principal and Co-Founder, New Course. “Our deep experience with supply chain execution systems and the hundreds of WMS and TMS projects we’ve led over the years helps position New Course as a difference maker for clients.”
About New Course
Created by Jim McNerney and John Sidell, the founders of ESYNC, New Course is a leading supply chain consulting and systems integration firm. Services include facility design, supply chain strategy, network optimization, business case development, operations best practice analysis, project roadmap planning, integration and the implementation of SAP EWM and other supply chain execution systems.
New Courses’ seasoned professionals have been involved in over 400 supply chain projects within conventional, semi-automated and automated distribution and manufacturing facilities across a wide variety of industries. For more information visit http://www.newcourseLLC.com/
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