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Synonyms for inventory

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Synonyms for inventory

a detailed list of all the items in stock

the merchandise that a shop has on hand

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(accounting) the value of a firm's current assets including raw materials and work in progress and finished goods

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a collection of resources

making an itemized list of merchandise or supplies on hand

make or include in an itemized record or report

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Statistic indicators for 500 observations Holding Stockout Ordering Total max 20.
The advantages and disadvantages are similar to those of labelling and packaging postponement--carrying costs, stockout costs, etc.
Motivated by production delays caused by stockouts, the San Antonio ALC contracted with CACI to develop RFM to identify those parts that will hold up future production.
To the extent that a customer is injured by a stockout, the customer will try to reduce this cost by switching future sales (and the current sale, if the stockout is anticipated) to other suppliers.
The results of the correlation coefficient estimates and the regressions are consistent with the notion that some firms are motivated by stockout avoidance, [TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE 2 OMITTED] [TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE 3 OMITTED] which leads to a target inventory level.
This gives him a snapshot of parts needing corrective action since they represent potential stockout situations.
Manual versions of this system can reduce inventory expenses dramatically, but can also increase the level of stockout exposure if "issue ceilings" are not established to monitor unusual activity such as breakage.
You are assigning fast moving items a higher count priority to minimize stockout conditions.
This study defines a stockout as a situation where an item that is regularly commercialized at a point of sale and occupies a specific place on the shelves is not available to the consumer in the store at the moment of purchase.
The stockout problem stems chiefly from disorganized and fragmented communication between headquarters and store management that often results in missed opportunities and ungoverned task management at the store level.
Deducing Markup Cyclicality from Stockout Behavior" Discussant: Robert E Hall, Stanford University and NBER
The fourth term represents the annual stockout cost as the product of the probability of a stockout during a replenishment cycle ([P.
Holding inventory provides protection from these uncertainties by reducing the likelihood of a stockout due to unanticipated demands.
Anyone who has participated in the Beer Game (or its like) most likely went from dramatic stockout to inventory abundance while the end customer made a single upward move in demand.
The expected costs of a stockout consist of backorder costs, costs of a lost sale, and the cost of a lost customer.