Definition: The amount you should order based on past sales performance increasing or decreasing by X%

Note: eliminates negative values. A lot of filters go into the equation to make up the value, will be the same value of Minimum Suggested Order if there is no increase in sales

Equation: (In Stock Average Units per Day* (number of days stock is needed for)*+* Buffer days*)**Sales increase) *-* quantity on hand

Example: This equation is another BIG one! So let's break it down number by number by using the snip below! The red values are going to be filtered values the retailer will pick at the top of the dashboard; for this example, they would like 4 weeks of stock (28 days) and would like 3 buffer days and an increase of sales by 10%. Do you remember PEMDAS? It's the order in which long equations are executed. We will start this equation with what's in the parenthesis, P! For our examples, it will be 28+ 3 which equals 31. Then we move to the multiplication, M (we skipped E because there are no exponents). We will take In Stock Average Units per Day, 3.7 in this example, and multiply that by what we got in the first step, 31 and get 114.7 AND also multiple that by the sales increase of 1.1, which equals 126.2. we've come to the final step of taking the amount we already have on hand from what we are suggesting you order. So take 126.2 subtract 66 = 60.17 and the calculation rounds that up to 61.