AutoQuotes Tech Tuesday – Setting Deviated Pricing

How to Set Deviated Pricing

Did you know you can set deviated prices on the items in the catalog? This allows you to set your own list, discount, net or markup on a per item basis. This can be particularly useful when you want to encourage sales of overstocked inventory in your warehouse of a particular item, or when receiving a special list price or discount from a manufacturer on a particular item. Deviated prices on individual items can also be restricted to a particular customer. This allows you to set a discount or markup that’s applied only when the item is added to a quote that includes that customer.

To set a deviated price on a specific item you must first locate it in the catalog.

Once located right click on the item and select ‘Edit Prod’ from the pop-up menu.

Next, go to the ‘Pricing’ tab and click the ‘Add Deviated Price’ button. Here you can fill in the area(s) you wish to deviate.

Once you’re done click ‘Ok’ to save and close your changes.

The item will now apply the deviated price when added to a project.

Want to know more?

Find additional articles on managing deviated prices for multiple items here:

Deviated Pricing Import Instructions

Export a List of Items with Deviated Pricing

Clear Deviated Pricing for Multiple Items at Once

If you have any questions or run into any difficulty, please contact AutoQuotes’ support staff at 866.452.8324 or support@aqnet.com.

ABOUT THE AUTHORJudist Crews is the Manager of Technical Support at AutoQuotes. With 32 years of IT experience and 10 with AQ, Judist is a whiz at answering customer questions, troubleshooting and resolving technical issues. You may have seen him out and about, training and talking to customers at buying groups or other industry events. He is a Highest Honors graduate from ITT Tech with an AA in Electrical Engineering Technology. Other accolades include:

 – ISCET Certified
 – A+ Certified
 – Apple Certified Desktop Technician
 – Solaris Administration Certification

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