This blog is about the possibilities of implementing ERP solution Microsoft Dynamics NAV in the construction industry. We will discuss about question „Is construction industry ready for ERP?
Of course, I will post about standard NAV, as well :)
In my previous posts, I made a few examples, using different Reordering Policy for the same cases and I presented them as flowcharts. I can make many other examples, but these were represented examples. Maybe someone want some different examples, but if anyone want my help in specific cases, I am available for contact.
Now, I will write a conclusion about this theme – Reordering Policy.
We use Reordering Policy when item quantities must be replenished and when we need to calculate the lot size per planning period (time bucket). You can select from the following reordering policy options:
The final order proposal quantities may be adjusted according to the following order modifier fields:
This applies when you select the Maximum Qty. reorder policy option. However, if you use the Maximum Inventory field as a restrictive expression of your maximum storage capacity, then you should not use these modifier fields.
If you change to a different reordering policy option, then some planning parameter fields that were previously active and contain the most recently used values may be disabled. Planning calculations will ignore these values.
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