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SAP Inventory Manager

Supplied By SAP SE    On Sept. 20, 2016    Comments(2)

APP for iPhone SAP Inventory Manager version4.3.2.10-88925f3 Download

With the SAP Inventory Manager mobile app for Android phones and tablets, you have the tools needed to improve and manage inventory levels, efficiently fill customer orders, and track the movement of materials using mobile devices with scanning functionality. The mobile app accesses the SAP Enterprise Asset Management (SAP EAM) solution and empowers you to provide your technicians and warehouse management staff with the ability to execute stockroom operations in an automated and seamless way, ensuring that you keep your valuable parts and spares under control and ready to respond.

Key features of SAP Inventory Manager for Android

• Perform physical and cycle counts quickly, and check availability of materials while on the job
• Accept and distribute incoming materials by PO
• Pre-pick materials based on work orders
• Track materials by number, work order, bin, location, and more
• Issue, return, or transfer goods electronically
• Speed receipt and back-order reporting to and from shipping/receiving

Note: To use SAP Inventory Manager with your business data, you must be a user of SAP EAM, with mobile services enabled by your IT department. You can try out the app first using sample data.

SAP SE part of our Business and have average installs from 5000 to 10000. Last Update Sept. 20, 2016. Appstore play rating is 83.0769. Current verison is Actual size 36.0 MB.

What's new

    • Support for valuation types for receipt process
    • Usability improvements and optimizations
    • Support for inventory managed and warehouse managed storage locations
Download sap-inventory-manager.apk 36.0 MB


Completely lame lame the scanner is off the screen and scans wrong Completely lame lame the scanner is off the screen and scans wrong

Very Amateurish App Terrible UI. Poorly designed. Very limited functions. Total waste of app space. I cannot believe a company like SAP had anything to do with this rubbish