• Resolved joshuanan

    (@joshuanan)


    I just tried the free version and looked over your website. It looks like your product is missing price level features. The company I work for would need to be able to give each item a unique price at a specific price level, and then assign a price level to each customer, so they get that price for the items they purchase automatically.

    For example:

    1. Apple — MSRP: $2.00, MAP: $0.90, MSP: $0.85, Brand Ambassador: $0.80, Dealer: $0.60, Preferred Dealer: $0.55
    2. Peach — MSRP: $2.50, MAP: $1.10, MSP: $1.00, Brand Ambassador: $1.00, Dealer: $0.80, Preferred Dealer: $0.76
    3. Pear — MSRP: $1.80, MAP: $0.80, MSP: $0.70, Brand Ambassador: $0.65, Dealer: $0.65, Preferred Dealer: $0.50

    And so on. The number of price levels should be unlimited, but one price level is assigned per customer. Price levels should be able to be weighted, with the option to give customers at a better price level pricing from the next best price level, if an item has no price for their price level.

    • This topic was modified 9 months, 3 weeks ago by joshuanan.
    • This topic was modified 9 months, 3 weeks ago by joshuanan.
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  • Plugin Support Arif_me

    (@arif777)

    Hello @joshuanan,

    Greetings from Wp ERP support, hope you are doing great.

    Thank you for your brilliant feature request, I have noted that one and will forward to our RnD team.

    Have a nice day!

    Best regards

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