OpenHealth tracks the sales of batches of products as separate consumer units, allowing them to be differentiated from the unit products that make up the batches.
A product made up of several units of the same single unit product is considered a batch
This offers many analysis possibilities, such as cannibalisation studies by analysing the weight of batches compared to the corresponding units and the overall impact on sales.
For batches, it is possible to track sales volumes no longer in consumer units (number of batches sold), but in converted units (number of batch units sold). The batch conversion process is summarised below.
Input data, for converted units to be provided by the customer:
List of GTINs with their equivalence in base units
Output data, provided by OpenHealth:
Sales Volume in converted units