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WOSWeb of Knowledge
WOSWeb of Science
WOSWheels of Soul (motorcycle club)
WOSWall of Sound (record label)
WOSWindows Operating System (Microsoft)
WOSWaste of Space (website)
WOSWholly Owned Subsidiary
WOSWorld of Speed (racing game)
WOSWall of Shame
WOSWorld of Springfield (Playmates Toys toy series)
WOSWatches of Switzerland
WOSWomen of Substance (online radio)
WOSWeb Object Service
WOSWireless Office Systems
WOSWorkplace Operating System
WOSWindows Operating System
WOSWorld of Sport
WOSWeb Ordering System (software)
WOSWorld of Spectrum
WOSWell of Souls
WOSWebserver On Stick
WOSWashington Ornithological Society
WOSWilson Ornithological Society
WOSWages of Sin (Arch Enemy album; also game)
WOSWalk of Shame
WOSWork Order System
WOSWorking Out Scheme (various locations)
WOSWeeks Of Supply
WOSWorking Operating System
WOSWife Over Shoulder
WOSWonders of Science
WOSWild Olympic Salmon
WOSWindow on Science
WOSWeapons of Sound (band)
WOSWhite Oak Stables (online horse game)
WOSWarriors of Silence (gaming clan)
WOSWaiver of Subrogation (insurance policies)
WOSWestchester Oratorio Society
WOSWolfson Ornithological Society
WOSWarriors of Scandinavia (gaming clan)
WOSWeb Version Oriac and Siriac
WOSWartime Operational State
WOSWorkstation Operation System
WOSWashover String (oilfield)
WOSWholesale Operator Services (telecommunications)
WOSWindow of Service (outsourcing)
WOSWaikato Outdoor Society (New Zealand)
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Second, the SKUs that had their weeks of supply target adjusted higher in the past no longer need such high targets; whatever event happened in the past is no longer valid and variability has settled back down to a point where the high targets simply create a significant excess in supply for that SKU.
In this example, I know the problematic SKUs are SKU9, SKU18, and SKU26 because those are the SKUs with the highest variability and that variability exceeds the simplistic weeks of supply target that is not equipped to deal with changes in variability.
Standard corporate metrics, like weeks of supply, are forward looking.
Moving from ad hoc forward weeks of supply targets to a scientific inventory equation can reduce total safety stock cost by 10 percent to 30 percent (depending on how bad the original targets were).