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Pricing

Dear Gurus,

We are doing pricing for vehicles.

We have a situation where for a combination of same dealer and material code, we have different price at which we bill.

How to handle this situation in pricing.

Thanks

KS

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    Nov 30, 2011 at 10:31 AM

    Hi Shrads

    Create a condition Record in VK11 with key combination Dealer & material code & maintain different prices for the maerials which he is dealing with.

    S.OrgDist channeldivision+ DealerMaterial coderegion 01=500

    S.OrgDist channeldivision+ DealerMaterial coderegion 02=300

    Let me know if your problem is solved

    Regards

    Pradeep

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  • Nov 30, 2011 at 11:44 AM

    There should be some logic for the business to arrive a different price for the same customer / material combination. You have to consider that into the pricing condition as one of the input fields. Else, this can be considered as a manual condition type if the scenario is a rare one.

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    Dec 01, 2011 at 05:32 AM

    Hi,

    Yes as Mr. Laxmipathy said there must be a reason for maintaining different prices for same combination.

    Ex: 1. Dealer-1010 & Material-M11 price -200

    2. Dealer-1010 & Material-M11 price -180

    In above example what is the reason to maintain differenat prices.Its might be cause of distribution channel or sales org or some other requirement.

    Let me know what is that.

    Thank you.

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      Hi,

      In that case, you need to include all the required fields (i.e. Sales Organization, Distribution Channel, Division etc.) as required and maintain the different pricing in your condition record as per your example you mentioned. That should solve your problem.

      1. Sales Org + Distribution Channel + Division + <any other requirement in your condition table>+ Dealer 1010 + Material M11 = Price 200

      2. Sales Org + Distribution Channel + Division + <any other requirement in your condition table> + Dealer 1010 + Material M11 = Price 180

      Hope the above clarifies.

      Thanks.

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    Former Member
    Dec 01, 2011 at 10:57 PM

    Hi Sharad,

    We have a situation where for a combination of same dealer and material code, we have different price at which we bill.

    for same combination of dealer and material code, different billing amount, this is normal scenario, but in case of vehicles most of time amount changes based on vehicles classification

    for Ex:

    Mahindra Tractor

    Here deler and material code is same but color / other specification is different so you might need to use varient pricing

    OR

    There must be some other criteria base don which you are doing different amount

    FYI

    Most of automotive industry project uses varient pricing

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    Dec 02, 2011 at 04:48 AM

    Hi,

    For this you take Vehicle as a classification in table, so you can maintain two different conditions.

    Sales orgdisdivvehicle classificationMaterial code

    Eg: 10001011Mahindra tractorMM01

    10001011Swaraj tractorMM01

    Hope this useful to you.

    regards,

    Kiran

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