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Independent Demand Scenario in S&OP 3.0.2.2

Hi Team,

We have a requirement of INDEPENDENTDEMAND@PERPRODLOC key figure in S&OP on-premise 3.0.2.2 version. Is there a workaround to achieve this?

Is there a way to add demand to DEPENDENTDEMAND key figure by changing the formula of DEPENDENTDEMAND key figure to:

=IF ("LOCID=''XXXX'', (DEPENDENTDEMAND + INDEPENDENTDEMAND), DEPENDENTDEMAND)

LOCID here will be manufacturing location only.

Supply Algo used: Unconstrained D/S (No Shortage)

Alternate way for this is by creating a dummy customer or setting higher safety stock but we want to keep that as option 2.

Thanks for your inputs.

Regards,

Aditya G

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    Posted on Jul 02, 2015 at 12:17 PM

    Hello Aditya,

    Have you tried creating a KF Independentdemand @perprodloc and then mark it as 'Input for supply planning'. I think this way it should consider it as input along with dependent demand at the manufacturing location.

    Thanks,

    Rohit

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      Hi Rohit,

      Current calculation ->

      NETDEMAND = DEPENDENTDEMAND considering sourcing quota as 1.

      PROJECTEDINVENTORY = PRODUCTION - NETDEMAND

      Suggestion -> NETDEMAND = DEPENDENTDEMAND + INDEPENDENTDEMAND

      As per the current calculation, PROJECTEDINVENTORY = INDEPENDENTDEMAND

      Below is the example:

      Please guide.

      Regards,

      Aditya G

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