A product is defined as Replenished when more than 50% of its sizes are replenished at the same time within the selected time frame. A product does not necessarily need to sell out before replenishment is registered.

For example, if a product has a total of 5 sizes, it will be considered replenished when 3 out of the 5 sizes are restocked at the same time.

Filtering stock status to Replenished is used when you would like to understand what is in demand by consumers. The reason is that retailers would only replenish products when they anticipate more customers to be buying the product. 

On the other hand, referring to Replenished under SKU stock movement chart found within every SKU page would help you to understand if the SKU is a never out-of-stock product also known as an evergreen product. For instance, if the product has been available for more than 6 months and is replenished multiple times, it could indicate it is a never out-of-stock product.


Read How to identify competitor’s volume drivers? to understand more on how replenished may be an identification for volume driver SKU.

Common questions related to Replenishment/Replenished:

Is an SKU only considered as replenished after being out-of-stock?