Definicja lumpy demand (SCM-APO-FCS)
Also known as irregular, random, sporadic or intermittent demand. Lumpy demand refers to sales history that has periods of large volume spikes followed or preceded by periods of low or zero volume. For example:
Jan Feb Mar Apr May June
0 12 10 0 0 24
Lumpy demand might occur with spare parts or equipment that is ordered in batches to replenish downstream inventories.
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