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How to use One Stop Order Processings Automatically calculate Reorder Level Feature.
Posted by Beth Rose, Last modified by Zoe Strassen on 18 January 2019 02:24 PM
The following guide explains how to use One Stop Order Processing Automatically calculate reorder level feature.

This feature is available in the Professional, Premium and Enterprise subscriptions of One Stop Order Processing.

The automatically calculate reorder level feature allows you to automatically have your stock reorder levels calculated based on previous sales and product information.




1.
Number of Days of Stock to Hold-

This is based on the previous days sales and is the number of days stock that you will need to put on hold.




2. There are 3 options you can use regarding what information you would like you reorder level to be automatically predicted from.  Select the option most appropriate for your business by following the table below.


Calculate using number of days of stock to Hold Value.

Calculate using Average Over previous n Days

Calculate to have minimum stock (uses Lead time)

This is based on the method of basing the next n amount of days on the previous n days.

This uses up to the last n days worth of information to work out the next n days           requirements.

This uses the lead time for the product to make sure that you don’t hold unnecessary stock.

For Example, using the last 7 days of orders to predict the next 7 days of orders.

For Example, using the last 100 days to predict the need of the next 7 days




 

  1. Calculate Now -By clicking this button, it will perform the calculation.

 

  1. It will recalculate whenever you import orders, or you can do the following-

Products-> Stock Control-> Recalculate Stock Reorder Levels.

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