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Tel: +27 (0) 11 461-1000
Tel: +1 (714) 437-1000
Tel: 02 9870 5555
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Tel: +44 (0) 161 876-4498
eBook:Inventory Optimization eBook
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Inventory Optimization Insight
Inventory Optimization Opinion
How can we help you?
Your inventory is a balance sheet asset, so stock should be kept to the lowest levels while simultaneously guarding against out-of-stocks. SYSPRO can help you minimize cash tied up in 'dead' stock and keep your inventory processes fast, fluid and efficient.
SYSPRO Inventory Management Info Pack
Rather than throwing out your current inventory management process to try a completely new material planning process, find out how SYSPRO’s Inventory Management tools can help you to manage and optimize your inventory.
SYSPRO's Inventory Optimization supports the four key steps to perfect inventory management:
- Categorize SKUs
Analyze stock codes according to their impact on profitability, revenue generation, and historical supply and demand behavior. This identifies critical items that require detailed forecasting. An analysis of the behavior of items over time determines seasonal fluctuations.
The forecasting process enables an organization to forecast customer demand by item; the main driver of sound inventory planning. This process should be fine-tuned over time, using actual past data to ensure future forecast accuracy.
- Determining stock policies
Stock policies are modeled to determine the best balance between customer service and inventory investment. A key outcome of the policy is safety stock – this is required to ride-out unpredictable fluctuations in demand caused by events such as strikes or natural disasters.
- Replenish according to plan
Software solutions are available to ensure the timely replenishment of stock according to the forecasting policy. It is important however, to remember that it is not just about inventory levels.