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  • initialism On Time In Full. Refers to project deliverables being delivered according to plan and complete.

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Examples

  • Manage and validate the KPI data out of CS which includes OTIF, SHOT, LPHF and ongoing operational reports

    News - chicagotribune.com

  • For Watts Italy, IBP has dramatically improved customer service levels, with on-time-in-full (OTIF) performance increasing from 68-72 per cent to a sustainable 95 per cent.

    Business Wire Travel News

  • For Watts Italy, IBP has dramatically improved customer service levels, with on-time-in-full (OTIF) performance increasing from 68-72 per cent to a sustainable 95 per cent.

    Business Wire Travel News

  • If the goal be that we maximize perfect order \%, shouldn't we be focusing on items that can most likely be brought back to OTIF status?

    Supply Chain Digest

  • Several years ago, for example, industrial giant 3M launched a big program to improve OTIF company-wide after an analysis showed a very high percentage of backordered product.

    Supply Chain Digest

  • Several years ago, for example, industrial giant 3M launched a big program to improve OTIF company-wide after an analysis showed a very high percentage of backordered product.

    Supply Chain Digest

  • Several years ago, for example, industrial giant 3M launched a big program to improve OTIF company-wide after an analysis showed a very high percentage of backordered product.

    Supply Chain Digest

  • "On-Time and In-Full" (OTIF) is used, though it generally does not have the same scope as Perfect Order (labeling, EDI, etc.).

    Supply Chain Digest

  • If the goal be that we maximize perfect order \%, shouldn't we be focusing on items that can most likely be brought back to OTIF status?

    Supply Chain Digest

  • Several years ago, for example, industrial giant 3M launched a big program to improve OTIF company-wide after an analysis showed a very high percentage of backordered product.

    Supply Chain Digest

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