Dramatically increase the accuracy and speed of reordering by reviewing historic demand, and future commitments.
- Review historic demand, and future commitments
- Select or modify the suggested reorder quantity for some or all products
- Works with existing Min/Max and economic order quantity settings
- Filter to reorder for a single supplier (e.g. ensure the container's always full)
- Try what-if scenarios and save the results to work on later
- Get funky and create “Reorder Strategies” that include complex calculations (e.g. to predict seasonal variations)
- Choose to restock one location from surplus stock at another location (requires the 010026 Inventory Location Transfers App)
- Number of Months Cover – type in the number of months of stock you want to have on hand at any time. This is used to determine what the suggested reorder quantity should be.
- Number of Months Demand History to Display – type in the number of months of demand history you want to display in the reorder workbench.
- Number of Months to Calculate Demand History – type in the number of months historical demand you want to use for calculating the Average Sales. This is only use if the Reorder method is set to Average Sales.
- Show Weight and Volume Information – tick this box to have weight and volume displayed in the reorder workbench. This will show both unit values and extended value – multiplied by
- Reorder Quantity.
Default Reorder Quantity
- The workbench has columns for both Suggested Reorder and Reorder Quantity – the Reorder Quantity is what will be used on any generated purchase orders.
- Choose whether the Reorder Quantity should default to Suggested (system recommendation based on calculations and criteria specified), Suggested (Rounded to Economic Order Qty) or Zero – in which case the user will have to type a quantity next to all items they are wanting to order.
Default Reorder Method
- The workbench will default to the selected method which is used to calculate the Suggested Reorder Quantity.
- Average Sales – This method uses the “Number of Months Cover” and “Number of Months to Calculate Demand History” parameters to suggest reorder quantities.
- Min/Max – This method uses Minimum and Maximum stock quantities per location setup on each stock item. A reorder quantity will be suggested for all items to bring them up to their Maximum.
- Required Only – The workbench will only suggest a reorder for items that have negative available.
- Include stock items with no suggested reorder – In the workbench if you select by analysis code, ticking this option will result in all stock items for that analysis code being displayed even if you have plenty of stock.
- Include Indent Stock Items - Indent items will be included in the workbench if they match other selection criteria. If Indent items are always linked to a Sales Order you would not want to include in the Reorder Workbench.
- Include Forward Orders – If selected then forward orders will be included in the demand calculation.
- Include Hold and Do not commit in Backorder – If selected then the calculation of demand will include any quantities on forward order even if the stock is not committed.
- Include Backorders – If selected the calculation of demand will include all backorders – this is recommended.
- Default All Locations – If selected the workbench will default to calculating the reorder across all locations. If each location is responsible for their own reordering then do not select this option.
- Show UDFs – If selected then the table in the reorder workbench will include a column for all user defined fields specified against stock items.
- Default PO Details Location to users default – if ticked the reorder workbench will default in the Default Location from the Purchase Order button and Defaults tab of User Maintenance specified for the user running the workbench.
*This app is part of the Premium Pack
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This app was revolutionary for our business. We now have much tighter control over our reordering, and our sales have increased because of better stock management.