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Order Types Driven Revenue VS Non-Revenue Forecasting in DM Cloud — Cloud Customer Connect
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Order Types Driven Revenue VS Non-Revenue Forecasting in DM Cloud

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edited May 18, 2021 12:42PM in Supply Chain Planning and Collaboration 1 comment

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Revenue VS Non-revenue orders are classified based on the Order Types associated with the Orders. Like if the Order Type is FWO (Free with Order) or SAMPLE, then those orders are considered as Non-Revenue Orders where as orders with other Order Types like STANDARD, COMMON, are considered as Revenue Orders. Currently Customer do forecasting (both Revenue and Non-revenue) based on the Order Types associated with Order Histories.

In Demand Management Cloud "Order Types" field is available both in History template (FBDI) as well as Dimension Hierarchies,  but as per Oracle it is for future use. Can you please suggest any work around solution for this requirement.

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