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I have 3 lists of prices for a company :
- Small Retailers
The price difference does not follow a fixed markup over the entire range of produits, So no fixed% markup.
How fixed it ?
You should use pricelists. You can activate pricelists from Settings / Sales.
Then, there are different approach on how you will configure your 3 pricelists:
- You can define rules, usually the best methods are prices are easily maintainable: e.g; 10% discount on this cateogory, 3€ extra for these products, ...
- Or you can use fields on the product form (put 3 fields on the product form and fix the price manually for every product). For this solution, you need to create new price types.
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|Asked: 5/30/14, 12:18 PM|
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|Last updated: 3/16/15, 8:10 AM|