In calculating the delivery days, KanbanBOX follows the general rule of compliance with the supply lead time, to avoid any danger of stock out for the customer. The general rule is:
Delivery date = current day + Lead Time (calculated in working days)
The lead time calculation only considers the customer's working days. Saturday and Sunday are - by default - days off, unless changes to the Client's Company Calendar.
Before the closed for holidays, always align the Company Calendar on KanbanBOX. This is an indispensable function in order to not alter the calculation of deliveries based on working days. Click on the days to change the status from working days-green to days off-red.
How to customize the calculation of the delivery date
The owner of the kanban loop can modify the rule of calculation of the Delivery Date by customizing the calendar of Delivery Days and/or the calendar of Receiving Days for each of his partners.
Partner means a generic supplier and/or customer, both external and internal. That is an internal physical department or warehouse, or an external commercial entity linked to the company's supply chain.
- Log into Masters > Partners > Partners list;
- In the Partners master, at the partner row to be modified, click the button Edit Partner;
In each partner's master data fields, set:
Receiving days, if the partner is a Customer, choosing an option from:
- Receiving in any working day;
- Receiving in fixed days of the week (check fixed days).
Delivery days, if the partner is a Supplier, choosing an option from:
- Delivery in any working days;
- Delivery in fixed days of the week (check the fixed days);
- Delivery Calendar (for personalized deliveries, for example only on the first Monday of the month).
Note: the Customer's Receiving days always have priority over the Supplier's Delivery days.
|If Delivery days for the Supplier or Receiving days for the Customer are not set||
|If the calculated delivery date is not a business day for the Customer||
||This because if the customer is closed, he does not risk any stock out.|
|If the delivery date calculated by KanbanBOX is not a business day for the Supplier||
||The supplier can anticipate delivery or otherwise negotiate with the Customer.|
|If the calculated delivery date is not a Supplier delivery day||
||Example: if the calculated delivery date is on Wednesday, but the Supplier delivers only on Friday, KanbanBOX considers the previous Friday.|
|If there is no useful date between today and the Lead Time||
||In this case, evaluate a change of agreement with the Supplier, to have more frequent deliveries, or increase the Lead Time.|