So you've learnt the basics of how the Power Filter works but what are some examples that may be useful for you to use this amazing beast of a filter? Here are a few examples to get you started:

Scenario #1 - Show me all the items I have instock
i.e. you have units instock

Metric = Stock U
Criteria = > greater than 0

Scenario #2 - Show me all the products that are out of stock
i.e. you have no units on hand

Metric = Stock U
Criteria = > greater than 0

Scenario #3 - Show me all the products that have broken sizing
i.e. you do not have 100% of your sizes instock

Metric = SizeA(S)% or SizeA(W)%
Criteria = < less than 100

Scenario #4 - Show me the products that I am looking likely to run out of stock of in the next 4 weeks
i.e. you have 4 or less weeks of cover left

Metric = Spot Cover or Avg 4wk Cover
Criteria = > greater than 0 AND <= less than or equal to 4


Scenario #5 - Using a double Power filter, show me products that: 1) I am looking to run out of stock of in the next month, and 2) I do not yet have on order
i.e. you have 4 or less weeks of cover left and nothing on order

1st POWER FILTER
Metric = Spot Cover or Avg 4wk Cover
Criteria = > greater than 0 AND <= less than or equal to 4

2nd POWER FILTER
Metric = Future Orders
Criteria = > greater than 0

Scenario #6 - Show me the products that I had missed opportunity because I broke sizing in the first 4 weeks

Metric = 1st Week A Size Broke
Criteria = <= less than or equal to 4

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