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Deselect this option if you are not using PMI template to generate guideline scores. The PMI Validate Sale Impact Limits: This option on the System Settings > Strategy Settings page in the Administrator specifies whether a PMI Validate Sale Impact Limits should be specified:
Activate the checkbox to impose a boundary on event-coded sells used for PMI handling. Specify the upper case event-coded volume of revenue percentages permitted for each group of products in the PMI Revenue Impact Limits percent fields in the properties of the group of products. If during PMI handling the threshold of event-coded sale information is breached, your website is added to the websites being reviewed, with a Review Memo that explains why a change in policies cannot be used.
Deselect the option to use all retail information for PMI handling, whether or not it is event-coded. Changing the behavior of the PMI feature for each group of products by setting the characteristics of the group of products. Refresh the Global Products Group Property page to edit the non-assigned products group templates.
From the Navigator window, click the article entitled Regional Products and a regional group. From the Information area, click Show > Product Group Details. Refresh the characteristics of your own group of products either on the page Management of group of products or on the page Own characteristics of products for those who have been allocated their own locations.
From the Information area, choose Show > Project Group Management > Project Group Properties to display the property associated with the chosen group. If you click on the dropdown arrows, you can browse down the tree to the My Products Groups file. Choose a group of products, then click the Show > Properties page > Products Group Properties to see the associated characteristics for the group of products you choose.
Add the number of PMI frequency specified as the number of PMI Last Run Date dates to the PMI to determine when the PMI processing can continue calculating policies readings. A PMI template selected for each PMI defines which PMI parameter is used to recalculate the value of the policies for the group.
When you are not using PMI to refresh your policies value for the chosen group of products, select No PMI Forms. The PMI speed length: Maturity length defines the number of working days needed to compute quantities across the sell date area. Defines the sell date area as the last sell date minus the length of the current price.
Any volume contained in this area will be counted toward the current installment and any volume that overlaps the specified date ranges will be divided by the period within the sell date ranges. The PMI margins run speed length: Actually, the current price for margins is an avarage price for margins, which is calculated by weighting the volume over the selling date area.
Defines the sell date area as the last sell date minus the length of the period. Spreadsheets for all quantities in this section are calculated to calculate the spread. Each volume that overlaps the specified date ranges is divided by the period within the sell date area.
Please note: The kilometric performance calculation is either centred on strategic figures (actual vs. plan volume) or Like for Like figures (actual vs. previous year volume). The PMI Sale-Impact Limit percentage: For PMI preprocessing, the upper limit of the percent of event-coded revenue volume permitted is to ensure that you have a reasonable amount of "clean" volume in the sell-by date area.
Activate this feature by choosing the PMI Validate sales impact limit option on the Administrator's System Settings > Strategy Settings page. The PMI run rate: PMI Run Time is a read-only value that displays the computed run time, in percent, for all volume that falls within the sell date area.
Quantity information used to calculate mileage depends on the type value specified in the PMI template: Comparisons plan versus real value. Comparisons real figures with figures from the same date interval of the prior year. The PMI has proposed a directive: After calculating the PMI runtime rates, the PMI template will compare the PMI run rates with the PMI template parameter settings.
PMI Suggested Policies are computed as the actual PMI plus or minus the PMI Move for the corresponding PMI template parameters. This is shown in the characteristics of the group of products as a read-only characteristic. This value is also shown as a value that you can set yourself using the Policies page.
Rather than using the PMI Suggested Policies manual, select whether you want to automate the application of the value of the policy: Automatic implementation of changes to policies: Adds the value of the PMI Suggested Policies to the corresponding products group. Keep the Policy amendment ready for review: Transmits the appropriate groups of products for verification so that the directive proposed by PMI can be implemented or modified by hand.
When you are upgrading settings for more than one location, select No Modification to indicate that you do not want to modify the actual settings for that location. Once you have updated one of the characteristics of the group of products, click Submit to validate your changes. Then the new value becomes immediately valid. You can find more information about how to refresh the characteristics of a group of products under Refreshing a Group of Products.
Failure to add the rules to the price profile sets means that the value of the proposed Directive cannot be derived and apply to the group of products concerned.