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Supply Chain Intelligence

ABC Analysis in Inventory Management

Posted by Dylan Wan on March 11, 2008

 I did some study on the ABC Analysis in Inventory Management.  It is also useful in business analytics.  I will cover what it is and how it is supported in various ERPs. Finally, how it may be used in analytics application. Read the rest of this entry »


Posted in BI, BI Application, BI Work, Business Intelligence, Data Warehouse, EBS, Oracle, PeopleSoft, Supply Chain Intelligence | 10 Comments »

Backlog analysis

Posted by Dylan Wan on March 5, 2007

Backlog refers to unfinished work or to customer orders that have been received but are either incomplete or in the process of completion. Backlog orders are also known as Open Orders.

Backlog analysis lets you to investigate the potential revenue by reporting all the work that have been received but not yet fulfilled. If you assume that you can fulfill all the remaining work in your backlog, you can predict how much revenue you will generate over the remaining period. Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in BI Application, Business Intelligence, Project Intelligence, Sales Intelligence, Supply Chain Intelligence | 1 Comment »