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Pricing using product attributes

Sep 28, 2017 at 04:50 PM


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I’m trying to figure out what pricing solution meets the client needs.

The client sells aerial photos. Their customers request a photo and then specify frames in the photo (i.e. 187 to 190).

So the price should be calculates like this:

# of copies (i.e. 3) x frame (i.e. 187 to 190 which is 4 frames) x frame price (i.e. $2) = $24

In the sales order they also capture the roll # of the picture for example roll A101 but the roll number doesn’t play a part in price determination.

It also important to them that the information (picture number, frame number, roll number) is captured in the billing output (i.e. printout)

My initial thinking is using VC pricing where the picture is material number and frame numbers and roll numbers are characteristics in class 300.

Can you think of any other technique that can be used in this scenario that would meet both the pricing and output requirement? Do you see any issues on using VC pricing to implement this solution?

Thank you for reading and providing feedback.

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Siva Prasad Vasireddy Oct 03, 2017 at 06:49 AM


your approach with VC is the best option as it requires formula to arrive the Final value.


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