QB2008 Custom Price Level question


J

jon.lewis

I'm considering an u/g to 2008 Premier purely as QB say it's now
possible to set a custom price for individual items for individual
customers. As I have had misunderstandings about this functionality
with QB previously can anyone confirm that it's now possible to store
custom prices (not a % discount or price level).

e.g.
Customer abc
Item 123, Price £u.uu
Item 456, Price £w.ww

Customer def
Item 123, Price £x.xx
Item 456, Price £y.yy
etc

Many thanks
 
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H

Haskel LaPort

I'm considering an u/g to 2008 Premier purely as QB say it's now
possible to set a custom price for individual items for individual
customers. As I have had misunderstandings about this functionality
with QB previously can anyone confirm that it's now possible to store
custom prices (not a % discount or price level).

e.g.
Customer abc
Item 123, Price £u.uu
Item 456, Price £w.ww

Customer def
Item 123, Price £x.xx
Item 456, Price £y.yy
etc

Many thanks



None of the US versions have contract pricing features.
 
P

Peter Secor

I'm considering an u/g to 2008 Premier purely as QB say it's now
possible to set a custom price for individual items for individual
customers. As I have had misunderstandings about this functionality
with QB previously can anyone confirm that it's now possible to store
custom prices (not a % discount or price level).

e.g.
Customer abc
Item 123, Price £u.uu
Item 456, Price £w.ww

Customer def
Item 123, Price £x.xx
Item 456, Price £y.yy
etc

Many thanks
This is easily done in the wholesale edition. Just create a "price
level" list for the customer. You can specify prices by individual
item exactly as your example. The downside is if you have a lot of
items it will take a while and you will have some maintenance when the
prices change.
 
H

Haskel LaPort

Peter Secor said:
This is easily done in the wholesale edition. Just create a "price
level" list for the customer. You can specify prices by individual
item exactly as your example. The downside is if you have a lot of
items it will take a while and you will have some maintenance when the
prices change.
Its a good thing the OP didn't specifically say they did not want a price
level method otherwise your answer would have been dumb.
 
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