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Source-to-Replenish

The collection of processes associated with replenishment of inventories of generic products. The intention of Source-to-Replenish is to maintain a pre-determined level of inventory for these materials, semi-finished products, finished products and services. Demand is typically aggregated: No customer reference or Sales Order detail is exchanged with the suppling party, attached to or marked on the product, recorded in the warehousing or Enterprise Resource Planning System for Source-to-Replenish products.

Source-to-Replenish is a MTS process.

Use Cases

  • Generic stock or Bulk stock
  • Replenishment inventory
  • Supplier kanban
  • In a manufacturing plant: Drip parts
  • In Retail: Standard stocked merchandize

Examples of alternative or related names for Source-to-Replenish are: Source-Make-to-Stock, Source-to-Stock, Source-to-Plan. Orders Defect Free Ratio Sourcing Cycle Time Supply Chain Costs Cost Of Goods Sold Distribution Costs Cash Conversion Cycle Days Of Inventory Days Payables Outstanding Make-to-Stock t:Purchasing t:Purchase Order Source-to-Pay Plan-to-Product E

Hierarchy

IDNameLevelx
SSource1S
S1Source-to-Replenish2S1
S101Create Schedule3S101
S102Receive3S102
S103Unload3S103
S104Inspect3S104
S105Put Away3S105
S106Transfer3S106
S107Approve Payment3S107

Metric(s)

IDNameLevelx
DP12Orders Defect Free Ratio2DP12
RS14Sourcing Cycle Time2RS14
CO1Supply Chain Costs1CO1
CO11Cost of Goods Sold2CO11
CO12Distribution Costs2CO12
AE1Cash Conversion Cycle1AE1
AE12Days of Inventory2AE12
AE13Days Payables Outstanding2AE13

Term(s)

IDNameClearx
MTSMake-to-StockMTS
P2PPlan-to-ProductP2P
POPurchase OrderPO
S2PSource-to-PayS2P
TLCTotal Landed CostTLC
Source-to-Replenish Source 210000 2 {{{keywords}}} {{{description}}}