Reorder
Point
Calculator
by inFlow

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Your reorder point is:  units
Order more stock when you fall below this reorder point.

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Want to learn more about what goes into the reorder point formula and figuring out safety stock?

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Average daily sales

This is the average number of units you sell per day.

Stock lead time

This is how long it takes for new stock to arrive after you have ordered it.

Safety stock

This is extra inventory you order to account for changes in demand, or late delivery. Many businesses default to 14 days worth of stock, but you can scroll down this page to learn more about calculating safety stock.

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Average daily sales

This is the average number of units you sell per day.

Stock lead time

This is how long it takes for new stock to arrive after you have ordered it.

Safety stock

This is extra inventory you order to account for changes in demand, or late delivery. Many businesses default to 14 days worth of stock, but you can scroll down this page to learn more about calculating safety stock.