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Gurus,

We have a material that costs 150usd. Some customers receive a discount of 10usd per 100 pieces. However a specific customer can buy the material for 100usd . we do not want to give discount to this customer.How can we exclude this from pricing.

Thanks

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    Mar 02, 2008 at 03:07 AM

    Hi

    For the discount condition, add a new requirement to check if the customer is the one you dont want discount, suppress the o/p. If there are a grp of customers, then check can be done at customer grp or sales district level.

    Reward points if this helps.

    Kind Regards

    Sandeep

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    Mar 02, 2008 at 04:57 AM

    Hi Raj,

    From the info in the question I get that the discount is given to some customers only, so why dont you remove this customer from the condition record. If the discount is being applied to all customers then you can add a new access for the discount condition type before this access with key Customer and Material and apply 0 discount to the customer.

    I am just going by the limited information you had given. Please post the solution which you have used.

    Siva

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    Mar 02, 2008 at 05:49 AM

    hello, friend.

    you can pursue the suggestion of sandeep. in the customer master, you will find fields such as 'customer group', 'price group', 'sales office', 'sales group', etc.

    all these can be used as bases for creating price conditions. some like customer group are already included in standard pricing access sequences. if you wish to use other bases, these can also be configured into your access sequence.

    when you identify a customer or a group of customers that share the same pricing characteristics (in your case, a customer or group of customers should not avail of a discount), you can create discounts only for select customer groups and exclude this customer group.

    for example, your company has the following customer groups:

    01 - wholesale

    02 - retail

    03 - institutional

    now your customer belongs to the '02' group. when you make discounts in VK11 using, for another example K020, create only for 01 and 03. 02 is, therefore, excluded from the discounts.

    you can also make customer specific discounts using type K005 or K007, and again exclude your specific customer. but if you have many customers, this is less practical.

    regards.

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