In SliQ Invoicing you can define price bands and specify how the bands affect the sales price of your products for different customers.

 

For example you might define two price bands as TRADE and RETAIL_HIGH with the TRADE price band offering a 5% discount on the normal sales price and the RETAIL_HIGH price band offering a 10% increase on the normal price. The increases or decreases in price are relative to the sales price you define for a product on the Products & Stock Control tab.

 

After defining a price band, you can assign the band to specific customers. When editing an invoice for that customer and adding a product as a line item, the unit price will take into account the customer price band.

 

If no band is assigned to a customer then the product prices for that customer are the same as those on the Products & Stock Control tab.

 

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See Also

 

Editing a Customer Record