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Service Level Report

Service Level Report highlights the completion of a Purchase Order — whether the supplier has successfully delivered the same amount of quantity as Quantity Ordered. This shows whether there is a huge disparity between Quantity Ordered and Quantity Delivered, which is the total Service Level percentage.

Service Level Report Overview

Report Filters

  • PO Date From – This filter will show all products and purchase orders from the date selected.
  • PO Date To – This filter will show all products and purchase orders up to the date selected.
  • PO # — This filter will show the PO form selected.
  • Brand — This filter will show all products and PO under the Brand selected.
  • Category — This filter will show all products and PO under the Category selected.
  • Product Variant — This filter will show all Product Variants selected.
  • Supplier – This filter will show all purchase orders of the supplier/s selected.

Service Level Report Columns

  • Supplier  — This column shows all the Suppliers selected.
  • PO # — This column shows all the PO forms selected.
  • PO Date — This column shows the date when the PO was transacted.
  • Product — This column shows the Product ordered in the corresponding PO.
  • Quantity Ordered — This column shows the quantity that was ordered by the company in the PO.
  • Quantity Received — This column shows the quantity that was actually received.
  • Service Level % — This column shows the percentage of completion between what was ordered and what was delivered.

Service Level % = (Quantity Received/Quantity Ordered) x 100%

Service Level Report to PDF or Excel

  1. In the Service Level Report, click Export. 
  2. There are two Export options: Export to PDF and Export to Excel. Click your desired format. 
  3. Upon clicking your desired formatthe file will be automatically downloaded to your computer. 
  4. You may also view the Export History of the report.

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