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Smart Replenishment (Version 1)
Note: This feature is available only on certain pricing plans. If you’re unsure whether your plan includes this feature, please contact Support.
Reorder Date = Stockout + Awaiting - Lead - Safety
|Stockout||Days of available inventory (available units ÷ sales velocity)||Auto-Calculated|
|Awaiting||Days of supply expected on open purchase orders (awaiting units ÷ sales velocity)||Auto-Calculated|
|Lead||Days expected between opening a PO, submitting to supplier, and receiving stock||User-Defined|
|Safety||The minimum number of days of inventory (safety stock) you wish to maintain. Use this to account for variability/delays in your supply chain.||User-Defined|
Use these reorder dates to time when to open a purchase order in Stitch—either manually or through the automated purchasing option.
Note: Units in transit (from one warehouse to another) aren't factored into the dynamic reordering formula.
IndividualGo to the Variant Detail page for a specific variant, then click into the Suppliers tab:
Set lead time and safety stock for each supplier and warehouse that you might purchase to. Click the … (ellipsis button) to edit lead time and safety stock for each supplier:
To auto-generate a draft purchase order on your reorder date, toggle the Automate switch to On.
BulkTo set lead time and safety stock in bulk, download the Supplier Association CSV via Inventory > Actions > Supplier Association CSV.
Note: The Automate setting is only available in app.
Stitch will send an email alert on whichever days you specify, as long as at least one variant has reached its reorder date.
The email includes a link to create a draft purchase order. If other variants from this supplier are within seven days of their reorder date, you'll have an option to draft a PO with those items, as well.
If you already have a draft purchase order with this supplier, you can add the line item(s) to the draft:
For general tips on managing purchase orders in Stitch, see our Purchase Orders Overview.