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How to work with Winners & Losers

To make your data work best for you, we have to understand the Winners already present in your portfolio, and the Losers, too. When Inventoro knows which are which, it is ready to calculate...

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By Tomas Formanek

updated almost 2 years ago

Introducing Winners and Losers

Winners and Losers are a simple way of looking at your portfolio as a whole. The more items you sell, the less likely you are to remember all sales numbers for each product alone. At a certain...

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By Tomas Formanek

updated about 2 years ago

Introducing the Strategy settings

Strategy settings allow you to adjust what is currently important for you in your business cycle. By changing the settings you tell our system how to change service levels, which is a parameter...

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By Tomas Formanek

updated about 2 years ago

How to work with strategy settings

Strategy settings allow you to adjust what is currently important for you in your business cycle. By changing the settings you tell our system how to change service levels, which is a parameter...

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By Radim Jung

updated about 2 months ago

How to use the golden brick tool

Golden Brick  tells you exactly how much money you can save in inventory and monitors that number over time. It takes your data and then calculate real availability of your items. On the product...

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By Radim Jung

updated about 2 months ago

How to read the sales forecast graph

This graph shows your sales forecast , inventory forecast  and a safety stock . Before we start to forecast future sales, we prepare the historical data first .  This is represented by a green...

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By Radim Jung

updated about 2 months ago

How to merge orders

This feature is called Merge orders, which is a new way of working with Inventoro’s purchase order proposals in default mode. How does Inventoro propose purchase orders? It goes like this. We...

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By Radim Jung

updated about 2 months ago

How to set purchase order period

Purchase period is a time period you want to cover after one purchase order will be delivered to your warehouse and before the next one will arrive. How to set a purchase period?  Step 1. Navigate...

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By Radim Jung

updated about 2 months ago

How to set lead times

Lead Time  is the time interval between placing an order at your supplier and delivering it to your warehouse.  Sometimes we can dynamically calculate real lead times of your suppliers.  If not,...

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By Radim Jung

updated about 2 months ago

How to adjust a forecast

Inventoro has more than a hundred statistical and mathematical forecasting methods 💪. These range from very naive like moving averages and linear regressions to complex machine learning including...

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By Radim Jung

updated about 2 months ago

How to create a purchase order

A purchase order (PO) is a legally binding document created by a buyer and presented to a seller. Much like your “cart” on an e-commerce site, a purchase order is essentially a list of what you...

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By Radim Jung

updated about 2 months ago