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1. Streamline Client

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3. Starting Up

4. Connecting data

5. Demand and Sales Forecasting

6. Inventory Planning

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4.2.6. Batches

Tracking product expiration date is crucial in some industries (for example, pharmaceutics). Streamline is able to produce a replenishment plan for such products based on the FEFO rule. Streamline also generates the projected write-offs report for the products that will expire before they can be sold, based on the forecasts. To enable this feature, you should provide Streamline with the data types shown in the table below.

Data name Description Datatype
Item code The item identifier, also known as SKU String
Location (Optional) The location where the item is sold
Batch code The code of the batch the planning item belongs to
Expiration date The date the batch expires Date or DateTime
On hand The number of items in the batch that is currently on-hand Integer

In this case, Streamline tracks the saleability of each single planning item by the given Batch code and Expiration date.

imported-data-batches.txt · Last modified: 2023/05/19 14:50 by admin