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Quantity based inventory turnover

Hi experts.

I have 2 questions about inventory turnover.

1.Are there any good functions which shows quantity-based inventory turnover ?

2.What is the logic of 'annual inventory turnover (quantity-based) of total stock' in MC.B ?

I am now searching for a transaction which shows quantity-based inventory turnover besides MC44.

It is not feasible to use MC44 because of memory shortage, as my client has almost 300,000 materials, besides it seems to calculate average stock by counting each day stocks, not month.

Other transactions like MC.B which use LIS tables are value-based ones, but one of the column 'annual inventory turnover (quantity-based) of total stock' seems to be what I long for, but it is really challenging to understand what is explained in F1 help.

I would like someone to explain the logic to me clearly.

Any help is welcome.

Best regards.

Takeshi

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  • Jan 20, 2017 at 05:37 AM

    A month ago you posted you had understood the logic: https://answers.sap.com/questions/77340/index.html

    Why should the basic logic for quantity based turnover be different from the value based? Do you have any proof for this assumption?

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    • Hi Jürgen.

      Thank you for your reply.

      >>Why should the basic logic for quantity based turnover be different from the value based?

      Actually the basic logic are the same between quantity based and value based, but I found the consequence of MC.B seems to be influenced by change of standard cost price.

      If my answer is beside the point, I would be pleased if you could kindly inform me.

      Best regards.

      Takeshi