Nov 18, 2016

Friday Features Series: Allowed Values

This blog series explores interesting Winshuttle product features. This post dives into utilizing the new Allowed Values feature in Studio v11.

Apr 2, 2015

Winshuttle Transaction vs. Journal Entry

Winshuttle users often ask when they should use Transaction, Studio, or Runner instead of Journal Entry, and in this post we break down the different ways to utilize each product.

Apr 11, 2014

Using Data to Manage Your Inventory Levels

The term “understocking” refers to maintaining an insufficient quantity of inventory for the demand. While organizations and business partners often complain about stock-outs (when inventory is exhausted), understocking is just as big of a problem. Inventory maintenance is difficult for companies to gauge the perfect amount of inventory they should carry. Businesses determine when to replenish supplies based on various factors, including: Inventory turn rates Location Inventory replenishment cycles The turn-around-time associated with replenishment The characteristics of the cost of inventory Companies often operate with much smaller safety stock levels for more expensive lines of products. Other examples of varying… Read more

Mar 6, 2014

What You Don’t Know About Your SAP Transactions Is Costly

Recently, I revisited a 2010 SCN blog I had written entitled The right data in the right place at the right time with desktop tools. The discoveries at the time of writing, were made by a colleague of mine based on analysis of Winshuttle customers using Winshuttle Studio and Transaction to load or update business data to their SAP systems. Back then I was surprised to find more than fifty transaction scenarios including a number of Z transactions. In today’s world,  transactions numbering in the thousands are not uncommon at all however we also know that there is a long tail on… Read more

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