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Existing solution to avoid Price list system ?

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Geneviève Samsoen
on 5/26/14, 7:42 AM 1,031 views

I work for a company who establishes a different pricing for every costumer. 

As our sellers can't access to price lists configuration, we are trying to find a system, integrated to the customer's form view, with the posibillity for sellers to directly add 5% on a category, 10% on another, etc... (right now we are able to give X% on everything, but nothing more).

Is there a possibility developped by the community to avoid using the Price list system ?

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Fabien Pinckaers (fp)
On 5/26/14, 3:37 PM

Check the pricelists in detail, they allow:

  • To use any field on the customer form as the price for this customer (use the view editor to add a field so that you don't even need to do custom developments) --> you need to define a new price type in technical features
  • To define extra on discounts per product category
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Hi,

You can try this module we did for a client. Allow to define product prices to different customers, if one is not defined, take the price according to the price list:

https://www.odoo.com/apps/7.0/product_customer_price/

If you need a different development we can do it without problems.

Regards,

Javier Diez - Ing ADHOC

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Jos De Graeve
On 5/26/14, 9:08 AM

Hi,

Imho, the best way to proceed with your issue is to adjust the rights to the pricelist system.   I you want to restrict access to the pricelists for certain sales persons, for example, that they can only see the prices for their own customer portfolio, you should look at the security record rules.

The current pricelist system does support giving discounts based on categories.  If you use a discount "based on another pricelist", is is possible to give 10% extra on category X and 15% on category Y.  That should provide everything you need.

Regards,

Jos

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