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Transfer the retail price from one distribution channel to another channel

Jun 23, 2017 at 01:33 AM

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Hi experts,

We have the requirement to transfer the retail price from one distribution channel to another dist.channel.

Is there any way to do it?

Can you please help.

Thanks,

Shyam

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Hi Shyam

I didn't understand the requirement. You can maintain retail pricing condition at distribution channel level. What does it mean when you say want to transfer it?

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Vibhor

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Hi Vibhor,

Thanks for the quick response.

We are selling ecommerce article through one channel(Lets say channel X).

We have the process where these ecomm articles can be returned in stores(which is a different channel. Lets say channel Y).

Now in order resell the returned ecomm products at store,channel X price needs to be transferred channel Y.

In this case,is there standard way to transfer the sales price from channel X to Channel Y.

Thanks,

Shyam

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Hi Shyam

Why don't you just maintain retail pricing condition for channel Y as well with same condition value. This way price will be available & applicable for both the distribution channel?

Thanks

Vibhor.

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3 Answers

Kivanc Bilgin Jun 23, 2017 at 11:48 AM
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Have you not heard of common distribution channel concept?

It is pretty basic stuff, search about it please and you'll get your answer.

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Kamlesh Kumar Arya Jun 27, 2017 at 05:47 PM
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Hi shyamkiran shetty,

I would like to mention one more thing, please note if you maintain X as common which is also valid for Y then, in future, you won't be able to create condition records separately for Y. So take these into consideration before customization. Else, you may go through the solution suggested by Vibhor.

Also, please update the solution you implemented.

Regards

Kamlesh

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Typewriter TW Jun 28, 2017 at 03:19 PM
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We are selling ecommerce article through one channel(Lets say channel X).
We have the process where these ecomm articles can be returned in stores(which is a different channel. Lets say channel Y).

In the returns process you use a different distribution channel. Why?

Never seen this type of design.

If it is to differentiate sales from returns, then you might be already using different order types, or item categories.

Another demerit of using a different distribution channel is that so much of master data (customer, material and pricing) needs to be maintained, among other customizing setup...

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