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changing the CRM TPM pricing Guidelines BRF

Hi Experts,

We have a need where in we need to modify the pricing guidelines in CRM TPM scenario. Following below are my requirements.

1. The standard system when creates the pricing guideline records/rules it only do it based on key as sales area + start and end date. then against this we can create multiple records of products, with each product with a price as MIN or MAX etc. We want to create these records of products along with Customer group 5 record. e.g

Sales Org = 0 527672 DIST CHNL = C1 DIVISION = 02 start date = Jan1 End date = Jan10

Product = 1234 CG5= D12 price = $2

2. We want to compare this $2 against a spend type which could anything between 1 of the 5 spend which user can select.

Please guide how to achieve this change via BRF.

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  • Posted on Nov 12, 2013 at 05:57 PM

    Is there any rason for you to use BRF and not BRFplus?

    I think this would be an easy one for BRFplus. I would not use BRF for new use cases but directly start with BRFplus.

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    • Former Member Carsten Ziegler

      Hi Carsten Ziegler,

      Thanks for the help offer. I have managed to meet the requirements using the standard pricing guideline BRF only. I had to put a design in place. Along with that I had to do some core modification in the standard BRF also to make it work for my specific requirement.

      In brief, I evaluate which spend is filled for a product using a complex logic involving trade spend exceptions ( if multiple spend and multiple product combination exists) OR if a single product/spend combination is existing then a straight evaluation of spend value for a product. Then I have used causals to create a zfield called zretail_price which i fill with the value evaluated. Later I let the standard brf work and evaluate the comparison against the zretail_price.

      Thanks,

      Dipender Singh

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