Article Contents

  1. Introduction

  2. Viewing & Setting Ideal Stock Days

    1. Venue Level

    2. Distributor Level

Introduction

Ideal stock days are the length of time you want to have items in stock before needing to place an order. Ideal stock days are important because they’re used to calculate WISK Par.

WISK Par recommends the amount of each item you should order to have enough stock to last the ideal stock days, based on the rate of consumption from your previous 6 weeks of data. Learn more:

You can set ideal stock days at both the venue, or distributor level.

When suggesting the amount to order, it will go by the venue level unless it has been specified for the distributor.

  • If using WISK Bar, your ideal stock days are set to 14 days by default for the venue and all distributors.

  • If using WISK Restaurant, your ideal stock days are set to 7 days by default for the venue and all distributors.

Viewing & Setting Ideal Stock Days

Venue Level

To view or set your ideal stock days at the venue level, you must access the Venue Settings.

To access the Venue Settings either:

  1. Place your cursor over your username on the bottom-left corner and click “Venue Settings” or

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  2. From the “Prepare Orders” page, click the pencil icon beside “Ideal stock days” on the top-right corner

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In the Venue Settings window, click into the “Ideal stock days” field and change the value.

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The WISK Par values for all of your items will recalculate based on the new ideal stock days.

Distributor Level

To view or set your ideal stock days at the distributor level:

  1. Click “Items” > “Distributors”

  2. Place your cursor over the distributor and click the “...” under the Details column

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  3. Click into the “Ideal stock days” field and enter the new value

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  4. The updated “Ideal stock days” have been set for the distributor, and the WISK par will recalculate accordingly.

    The ideal stock days have been updated to 7 for this distributor.

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