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How to Measure Scheduled Delivery Date in Odoo

How to Measure Scheduled Delivery Date in Odoo

Business planning is an ongoing process. From year to year — and sometimes more often than that — companies review, revise, and even completely overhaul their plans. The delivery date refers to the date when products or something like that should be delivered to the parent company and the customer. The process of creating a schedule deciding how to order these tasks and how to commit resources between the variety of possible tasks is called scheduling, and a person responsible for making a particular schedule may be called a scheduler. Odoo ERP has managed the scheduled delivery date of the product. Scheduled dates are used to figure out in order to be able to plan deliveries, receptions and so on. Odoo automatically scheduled dates through the scheduler. In this blog, you are going to discuss How to Calculate Scheduled Delivery Date in Odoo”. The Odoo scheduler measure schedule date in manufacturing order, a delivery order, a sale order, etc.

Configuring of Lead time:

First of all, you have to configure the lead time to compute the schedule dates. Lead times are the delays in delivery, manufacturing a product assured to your different partners or clients. At that time you can configure Lead time at different levels.

Setting up the product-level lead time

 Supplier lead time:

Supplier lead time is the time needed for the supplier to deliver the product. At the same time you want to configure the supplier lead time:

Go in the Inventory tab to select a product. At that time you will have to add a vendor to your product in order to select a supplier lead time.

Now you can select a vendor then click on Add an Item button and fill the following fields like  Product Variant, Vendor, Vendor Product Name, Vendor Product Code, Delivery Lead Time, Minimal Quantity, Price, Validity.  Here the scheduled delivery days is the amount of the date of the purchase order and delivery lead time.

Customer lead time:

The time taken for transferring the product from the warehouse and later delivering it to the customers is called customer lead time. In Odoo, one can seamlessly configure the customer lead time for any product.
To set this up first select a product, later go to the sales tab and from there specify the customer lead time.

Manufacturing lead time:

At the same page, it is possible to configure the Manufacturing Lead Time as well. Manufacturing lead time is the time needed to manufacture the product.

At the company level, it is possible to configure security days in order to cope with eventual delays and to be sure to meet your engagements. The idea is to subtract backup days from the computed scheduled date in case of delays.

 Route level lead time:

The internal transfers that a product might do due to the movement of stocks can also influence the computed date.

The delays due to internal transfers can be specified in the inventory app when creating a new push rule in a route.

At the same time creating a new push rule in a route. The delays due to internal transfers can be described in the inventory app

Now Go to the push rules section on a route form to set a delay.

Go to push rule section in Odoo, now in the space mentioned delay, set the delay.

Sale order-level lead time:

It is used to enables insert the date requested by the client. In the sales tab, there will be a space indicating this. There will already be a theoretically computed date if the date requested by the client is early, then on the corresponding date, Odoo sets a warning to notify the user.

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