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Rebate Agreement & Scaling

Hi,

Customer Qualification for the Rebate is based on Sales Volume for the period not for the Sales Order / transaction e.g. Rebate Agreement Period is 1st Jan to 31st Dec. & if sales volume for the period reaches 40,000qty for that customer then whatever above that will be applicable for Rebate & for every additional 1000qty rebate % will be increasing e.g.


Start Date - End Date - Sales Volume - Rebate %

01-01-2014 31-12-2014 40,000qty 0%

41,000qty 5%

42,000qty 5.5%

43,000qty 6%

44,000qty 6.5%

This scaling is same like "Graduated to Interval Scale" - scale type "D", which is possible to map for the particular transactional volume, but here I have to consider volume for a entire period.

How to map this scenario?

Regards,

Shantanu

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  • Posted on Dec 16, 2014 at 11:03 PM

    Hi Shantanu

    In rebate processing scales are never considered in the billing documents, for the very reason you are outlining here. The scale applies to the complete sales volume only so it can only be correctly applied when the final sales volume is known. For that reason the scales are only ever considered when you create a final settlement for your rebate agreement

    I hope it helps further
    Kind regards
    Brian .

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  • Posted on Dec 05, 2014 at 07:49 AM

    Hi,

    i think your Rebate condition type need to be on scale basis-Quantity instead value

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