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DO YOU KNOW that the Sysnet Dynamic Pricing feature will maximise your retail pricing?

Dynamic Pricing allows for easy monitoring and updating of retail prices and has four main functions:

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1. Prices

Used to created price rules and associate with product prices.

  • Set priority levels for rules
  • Enter rounding types eg round up to or down to etc
  • Choose percentage calculation eg GP%, Mark Up% or Cost%
  • Option to enter a dollar amount to add to the product
  • Enter tolerance percentages
  • Set base costs to calculate price rules

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2. Contracts

This area is used to list details and contracts in place with your suppliers.

The Contracts menu is used to store all details regarding price agreements between the business and suppliers. Contracts represent temporary cost agreements and special offers from the supplier, whereas the Costs screen is used to review item costs imported from a supplier cost file.
Create contracts for suppliers, with relevant information eg start and end dates
Apply individual products to the contract

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3. Costs

The Costs menu is used for accepting and approving expected cots changes from suppliers. Although data can be manually entered into the Costs menu, it is intended for use with integrated cost management systems. This feature is used to accept and approve expected cost changes. The Contracts and Costs Menus are designed to be used together to gain the full benefit of the alerts functionality.

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4. Alerts

This area displays a series of alerts to provide priority information regarding contracts, costs and price rules.

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