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Reading the Parts Forecast report

Before you begin

This feature is available to customers on the Professional and Enterprise tiers who use the parts and supplies module.

Once you've reached out to us and specified which customizations you want, you'll start receiving your Parts Forecast reports. In the image below, we've numbered a few areas of the report to help you identify key information:

The Parts Forecast report with key sections numbered.

 

The table below explains the sections we numbered in the image above:

Number

Section

Description

1

Tenant name

This is the name of your Fiix CMMS tenant. This is often the same as your organization's name.

2

Site or facility room name

This is the header for this section. Depending on which report configuration you chose, it's either a site or a facility room.

3

Reporting period

We list the reporting period in the section header, right below the Predicted Part Usage label. This is the period of time we're predicting demand for in this report.

4

Part ID column

This is the name of the part that we're providing predictions for in that row.

5

Scheduled column

In this column, we list how many of each part we predict you'll need for scheduled maintenance during that reporting period.

6

Unscheduled column

In this column, we list how many of each part we predict you'll need for unscheduled maintenance during that reporting period.

7

On Hand column

In this column, we list how many of each part you already have in stock.

8

Min column

In this column, we list the minimum quantity (also called the minimum safe level of inventory, or "safety inventory") for each part.

A part's minimum quantity is defined when you create the part's record in Fiix. To learn more, see Getting Started with Parts and Supplies.

9

Recommended Purchase Qty column

In this column, we list how many of each part we recommend you purchase. To come up with this recommendation, we factor in the predicted usage for that part, the number of parts you have on hand, and your safety inventory.

 
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