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Replenishment Scenario 6 - Consumption-based Supplier-Managed Inventory (SMI), Pre-2000 Version B 
Status:  To be recast.  Renamed from "Order Model 4" to Replenishment Model 7 as part of recast of Pre-2000 Version C Order Models (Balloted and Ratified by Membership, November 1996)

Business Overview

Special Notes:

This process is intended for a non-forecast environment.  Seller calculates requirements based upon consumption information (i.e. used-up, pulled from stock, sold).  Also known as "sell-through."

See also Assumptions in the supporting documentation.


Overview (Use Case) Diagram    Narration


Narration   Overview (Use Case) Diagram

Step

Description

1.

Buyer may precede order with quoting or contracting cycle.

2.

Buyer generates Blanket Purchase Order.

3.

Seller responses with Response/Acknowledgment to Blanket PO.

4.

(Optional)  Seller-initiated changes to the Blanket PO may be sent to the buyer.  Types of changes include price changes, total quantity changes, add/delete item.

5.

Buyer may send buyer-initiated change to the Blanket PO or response to seller-initiated change. Types of changes include price changes, total quantity changes, add/delete item.

6.

Seller acknowledges changes to Blanket PO.

7.

Buyer reports usage (in-house consumption or transfer/resale).

8.

Seller informs buyer of release and shipment.

9.

Seller ships goods to specified ship-to location.  Buyer sends Receipt Advice to seller as proof of delivery.

10.

Billing and Payment cycle initiated.

Last updated 24 February 2003