Adjustment Metrics

From BOP to EOP and the in-between

Updated over a week ago


Merchandise plans (aka OTB's) are the product level plans that validate your beginning inventory levels to your ending inventory levels using all the major movements in-between:

  • Sales

  • Markdowns ($'s only)

  • Discounts ($'s only)

  • Receipts

  • Transfers (at store and channel level)

  • Returns

However, you will run into issues when other factors come into play that will make your calculated EOP different than the Actual EOP (Next BOP). This gap could be the result of shrink, damages, marketing samples, delays in stocking on shelf, inspections and/or other unplanned variables.

We categorize these movements as adjustments. You can add these metrics to your views in order to review the contribution to your Inventory levels.


Here is an example of a view with these metrics.

Metrics Available



Adjustment Ticket

Next BOP Ticket - (BOP Ticket - Gross Sales Ticket + Receipt Ticket + Returns Ticket + Transfer Receipts Ticket)

Adjustment Retail

Next BOP Retail - (BOP Retail - Gross Sales Retail + Receipt Retail + Returns Retail + Transfer Receipts Retail)

Adjustment Cost

Next BOP Cost - (BOP Cost - Gross Sales Cost + Receipt Cost + Returns Cost + Transfer Receipts Cost)

Adjustment Units

Next BOP Units - (BOP Units - Gross Sales Units + Receipt Units + Returns Units + Transfer Receipts Units)

Adjustment AIR

{adjustment_ticket} / {adjustment_units}

Adjustment AUC

{adjustment_cost} / {adjustment_units}

Adjustment AUR

{adjustment_retail} / {adjustment_units}

Adjustment Cost Rate

{adjustment_cost} / {bop_cost}

Adjustment Retail Rate

{adjustment_retail} / {bop_retail}

Adjustment Ticket Rate

{adjustment_ticket} / {bop_ticket}

Adjustment Unit Rate

{adjustment_units} / {bop_units}

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