This page is a collection of cards that summarise your key inventory metrics and highlights opportunities to improve inventory efficiency and in-stock performance.
Inventory cards provide a snapshot of your key metrics and help you identify areas where you can take action to improve your inventory performance. There two types of cards, key performance indicator cards (KPI) and feature cards.
Key performance indicator (KPI) cards
KPI cards, which are displayed along the top of the page, show your key metrics at a glance. Click a card to go the corresponding page where you can see more detail and take action.
Est lost sales: Your sales run rate multiplied by the number of days the product was out of stock in the last 30 days. This is an estimate of lost sales across all your products in the last 30 days, due to being out of stock.
Make sure you have enough inventory on your top-selling products to reduce lost sales.
% in-stock: Percentage of time your products have been in-stock over the last 30 days.
Out of stock SKUs: Number of SKUs that went out of stock in the last 30 days. Restock soon to avoid missing sales.
Excess units: Units of inventory greater than the quantity needed to maintain 90 days of supply (or your maximum desired days of supply, if specified). Promote or reprice these products to help sell through your excess units.
Days in inventory: Days your inventory is expected to last, across all your products.
Turns: Number of times your inventory needs to be replenished annually based on your current inventory and sales rate.
These full-sized cards in the body of the page highlight areas where you can improve inventory performance.
Notifications: Provides alerts for inventory-related issues that may be affecting your sales. Click an alert to go to the appropriate page where you can see more details and take action.
Manage Excess Inventory: Displays your products with the most excess inventory (defined as inventory with greater than 90 days of supply or any threshold you choose). Click the card to go to the Manage Excess Inventory page.
FBA Inventory Age: Displays a breakdown of how long your inventory has been stored at our fulfilment centres. Click the card to go to the FBA Inventory Age view where you can see more details and take action to reduce aged inventory.
Restock Low Inventory: Displays your products that may run out of stock in the next 28 days based on recent sales trends. Click the card to view additional information.