- Oct 6, 2016
Already are seeing for the most part the pulls and the freight fill the floor pretty accuratelyNot saying I don't agree. This is just how we were told to do it. One thing that I have found, though, is that if capacities and SFQ are correct (and should be if EXF and audit are done correctly) is that eventually very little time is necessary for EXF and audit because pulls and freight are more accurately filling the floor and there is minimal backstock. We are a pilot store and did this at first but now walk our areas, make our plan for the day, pull and work our autofills and freight. EXF and audits are done after. We zone as we work. As far as weird counts, as a DBO we need to follow up as to why they are weird. For instance, if there are OH's that are high, but no backroom locations, check to see that there is no unlocated merch, unworked repacks, transition in the steels, etc.