So they`re discount groups. The next level in the hierarchy is therefore periodic and quantitative discounts. So back under the stock, we have price lists, and then we have that period and quantity discounts. Well, it`s very similar to what we`ve put in place against special prices for that trading partner, but that applies to the price list. So once I`ve opened this screen, I have the first option here to choose a price list, and I`ll choose retail, just expand that a bit. Contract The contract is a draft contract, and they do not contain delivery dates for the equipment. The contract is of two types: therefore, among the modules, the sale, we have here an option called sales framework agreements. We also have an option under purchase called sales framework contracts. So what I`m going to experience is valid for both sides of the ledger, buying and selling. To keep things simple, I`ll just go back to the sales package and look for the creation of an agreement that I`ve already pre-configured. So it`s a period discount, so between February 1 and the end of February, we`re going to give that customer a 3 percent discount, which will then be charged at $593, 64 cents, and then in March we`ll give them a higher discount, a 4 percent discount on that advanced mountain bike. So you can set up all the discounts of this period of action in the system using special prices and drilling by the item and you will have these screens. This special window is available.
So, again, the systems follow all these kinds of things, a price set manually, when I go back into the printer label, I may have pulled it from an active price list. Here are a few examples. Most organizations that use SAP Business One have pricing requirements that need to be put in place in the system. Today`s demonstration will show you some of the options available for setting up prices. Topics covered are: – How does SAP B1 treat the prices of items? Therefore, a lump sum agreement may be essential for organizations that have such contracts or long-term relationships or agreements with customers and suppliers.