MPS: Routes selection to drive Indirect Demand

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STORY BEHIND THE FEATURES

ODOO'S FUNCTIONS

Odoo's Master Production Schedule (MPS) helps you manage your materials and keeps your production going smoothly.

CLUEDOO'S FUNCTIONS

With this Cluedoo module, you can select a specific route when adding a product to the MPS.

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In multi-warehouse production setups, materials are often purchased from warehouse A but utilized in warehouse B. Although Odoo initially registers demand at warehouse A (as the purchasing entity), the actual demand originates from warehouse B. To address this, route selection in Odoo plays a crucial role in accurately defining and managing these indirect demands.
CLUEDOO RECOMMENDATIONS

This module should be installed if you have a multi-warehouse production system. 

HOW TO USE THIS MODULE

Step 1:

Add a new product to the MPS and choose its route.

The MPS will now add and display the "Indirect Demand Forecast" for the first warehouse.

























1.  Indirect demand always visible and Indirect demand computation among routes

The qty of "Indirect Demand Forecast" CP1-warehouse 2 will automatically generated from "Forecasted Demand" of CP1-My company


2.  Showing supplying warehouse in the popup

Click in the number (picture attached) to get this information



3. Sort by:

Go to settings > Manufacturing > There are 3 options to choice 

For ex: Sort by Warehouse > In MPS will show all results related to 1 warehouse 



4. 1 product with 2 routes
Principle:   if I add product CP1 (warehouse 1) with Route 1 (supply from W2) and Route 2 (supply from W3) --> in MPS I have:

CP1 W1 supply from W2

CP1 W2

CP1 W1 supply from W3

CP1 W3