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Negotiated Pricing in Sales Module

Larry Marshall
on 2/10/15, 3:33 PM 458 views

Is it possible to create a unique price for a combination of customer and item, sometimes called negotiated or contract pricing?


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Ray Carnes
On 2/10/15, 3:58 PM

You can create pricelists, and can conceivably have one per customer.

If your price is 'fixed' (ie: not based on a markup or discount from another price), base it on the standard public or cost price and use the formula:

     New Price = Base Price * ( 1 + -1.0 ) + fixed price

This is the same as:

     New Price = fixed price

See 'Pricing Policies' at https://doc.odoo.com/book/6/6_16_Sales/6_16_Sales_pricing/

Larry Marshall
On 2/10/15, 5:50 PM

Ray, thanks for the link and your explanation. 

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