Replenishment Manual: Finding the Root Cause of an Instock Issue

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In the last few years, one of Walmart’s primary goal has been clear – to increase on shelf availability to customers while reducing overall inventory levels. These may seem like mutually exclusive pursuits at first glance, but directives like OTIF and the recently released Out of Stock Root Cause Analysis tool have shown that Walmart is not only committed to this goal but can also make changes to achieve it. We created our Replenishment Manual to help simplify the process of determining instock issues for your business.

In our Replenishment Manual, you’ll learn:

      • How to identify a root cause of an instock issue
      • What questions you should ask to determine the root cause
      • And you’ll receive an easy to follow flowchart to mitigate instock issues

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Ever get a check back from Walmart with big, fat negative numbers and some mystery codes attached to them? Walmart will sometimes subtract deductions from your invoiced amount for various infractions and label them with corresponding reason codes. The three most common adjustment codes are 22, 24, and 25.

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