RE: Production Request Fulfillment report

      Dear Production Experts,

      Please find below report data derived from “Production Request Fulfillment” Report.

      Can anyone explain what data is represented by 4th column “SCMPRFU01_CKF_01”

      AND

      How Delay in Days (5th Column) is counted?

           Total Production Planned Date & Fulfillment Date?   OR

           Requested Date & Fulfillment Date?

      Production Request IDOutput ProductPlanned Production End DateSCMPRFU01 CKF 01Delay in DaysFulfilled QuantityProduction End DateRequested Quantity
      112HYXXXXXXL8M7011.02.2016100.00%-14 d1.00 ea1/28/20161.00 ea
      113HXXXX036311.02.2016100.00%-14 d1.00 ea1/28/20161.00 ea
      172LOCXXXX011609.06.2016100.00%-736,125 d1.00 ea1.00 ea
      174HYXXXX6314.07.2016100.00%-736,160 d5.00 ea5.00 ea

      Please Explain.

      Regards

      Vishal Kambare

      Hi Vishal, The data in the 4th column "SCMPRFU01_CKF_01" represents the percentage of  confirmed output quantity to the requested quantity. For instance, if the confirmed quantity is 5 and the requested quantity is 10 then the value will be 50%. In your case the requested quantity is equal to the fulfilled quantity hence the percentage is 100%. And the delay in days is the difference in planned production end date and the actual production end date.         Regards, Rajalakshmi R

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      Alex Martelli Supporter Asked on November 2, 2016 in business bydesign.
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        Hi Vishal,

        The data in the 4th column “SCMPRFU01_CKF_01” represents the percentage of  confirmed output quantity to the requested quantity.

        For instance, if the confirmed quantity is 5 and the requested quantity is 10 then the value will be 50%.

        In your case the requested quantity is equal to the fulfilled quantity hence the percentage is 100%.

        And the delay in days is the difference in planned production end date and the actual production end date.

         

         

         

         

        Regards,

        Rajalakshmi R

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