Ratio Statistics

Statistics related to this group provide detailed information on the utilization of various supply chain elements during the Simulation-based experiments, as well as quality of provided delivery services (based on the analysis of the received (Fulfillment Received (Orders On-time), Fulfillment Received (Products On-time), Fulfillment (Late Orders), Fulfillment (Late Products)), sent (Demand Placed (Orders) by Site ) or initially dropped (Demand Placed (Dropped Products) by Customer, Demand Placed (Dropped Orders) by Customer) orders/ordered products).

Bullwhip Effect by Product

Shows statistics on product demand variability amplification during the supply chain simulation: from the point of actual (final) product items demand to the point of origin (DC, factory).

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ELT Service Level by Orders

Shows the service level based on the ratio of on time orders to the overall number of outgoing orders.

The ELT Service Level by Products and the ELT Service Level by Revenue statistics are calculated in the same way, the difference lies in the data extracted from the calculation:
The ELT Service Level by Orders statistics shows service level calculated based on the expected lead time.

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ELT Service Level by Products

Shows the service level based on the ratio of products delivered on time to the overall number of products shipped. The data on products is taken from the processed orders. The ELT Service Level by Orders and the ELT Service Level by Revenue statistics are calculated in the same way, the difference lies in the data extracted from the calculation: Shows service level calculated based on the expected lead time.

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ELT Service Level by Revenue

Shows the service level based on the ratio of on time orders to the overall number of outgoing orders in terms of money received. The data on products is taken from the processed orders. The ELT Service Level by Orders and the ELT Service Level by Products statistics are calculated in the same way, the difference lies in the data extracted from the calculation:
Shows service level calculated based on the expected lead time.

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Gates Utilization

Shows statistics on the ratio of the time the gates are busy to all the time of the gates. 

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Production Utilization

Shows statistics on the ratio of the Production Line Busy Time to all time of the production line. 

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Service Level by Orders

Shows Service Level, the estimation of which is based on the number of unsuccessful orders. The unsuccessful orders are:

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Service Level by Products

Shows Service Level, the calculation of which is based on the number of unsuccessful orders in terms of products these orders contain. The unsuccessful orders are:

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Service Level by Revenue

Shows service level, which is calculated based on the amount of money which has not been received because of lost orders. 

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Space Utilization (DC with Storages) 

Shows statistics on the ratio of the occupied storage space to the total available space. 

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Staff Utilization (DC with Staff)

Shows statistics on the ratio of the staff occupied time to all time.

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Staff Utilization (DC with Storages)

Shows statistics on the ratio of the occupied staff units to the total staff units of the DC with storages.

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Vehicle Capacity Utilization

Shows statistics on the ratio of the volume of all shipments to the capacity of all vehicles used for transportation.

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