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 Make-to-Stock process.
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
Cash Conversion Cycle
Days of Inventory
Days Payables Outstanding
Environmental Sustainability Ratio
Intake Sustainability Ratio
Note: Common inputs and outputs are listed in alphabetical order. Other inputs and outputs may be required to support varying use cases.Source-to-Replenish Source 5210000 2 Replenish, Replenishment, Stocked Materials, Source, Make-to-Stock, Receive, Inspect, Put-Away, Raw Materials, Merchandize, Supply Chain, Purchasing Ordering and receipt of generic products and materials for the purpose of replenishing of inventories. Alternative names include: Replenishing, Source-to-Stock, Source-to-Plan