While the programs names have changed over versions, there is a general principle thruout.

There is a terms file, where you set up various codes for various terms like
2 % if paid in 10 days, whole thing due in 30 days
you can have lots of different terms.
On our version, we get to this via the ACR file maintenance menu.

Then you go into the customer master & specify what will be the default terms for that customer. You have to use one of the valid codes that are in the terms master. There's a plus sign beside that field to make it easy to review the right code to use.

Then as new customer orders are created, unless the person entering that order selects different terms, the order will get what was setup in the customer master, one of the valid combinations from the terms master file.

Any orders entered previously, their terms don't change, but someone can go in and maintain them, to change them to any terms, either those in the customer master, or any other valid terms that are in the terms master file.

When the order gets shipped, and invoice created, it uses the terms that were in effect in that order at the time of ship bill.

The discount does not get booked into BPCS until the customer actually takes it at time of paying the invoice. Some customer payments may be other than what the terms say they have really earned. There is a report showing what discounts customers have taken, so that you can review which are cooperating & which are not following the agreed upon terms.

Dear Tom,

Thanks a lot for taking your precious time in writing this. I will try this
. since I am Functional on Finance Domain BPCS Ver-8.20 it was new for me. I
will check this with both SCM & Finance effect.

Thanks / Regards

Rajesh Kamath

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Subject: Re: [BPCS-L] Creation of Discount on customer order

Rajesh,

If you are giving 5% discount on everything that a particular customer
buys, on every order that he places with you, you can set up a
Customer-specific discount rule. Not sure what version of BPCS you are
on, but this may be similar whatever it is.

You do this via PRO140 - Special Price Maintenance.

On the next screen, Enter Action = 1, Method = 2, the Company, Currency
and Account Number of the customer to whom this rule applies and the
date the discount rule is to start.

Enter and on the next screen enter the date the discount rule is to
cease to be effective, or set to 99/99/99 if you want it to always be
effective.

In the Quantity and Factor fields you can specify the level breaks that
cause a certain % discount to be applied. To apply 5% to everything the
customer buys specify Qty = 1 and Factor = 5.00

F6 to accept and the rule is set up.

Now when you place an order for this customer, the net price of the
parts will be the list price less 5%

You can set up very complex discount and net price/promotional pricing
but the scenario you describe is quite straightforward.

Hope this helps.

Tom Molyneux

National Oilwell Varco
Mono Pumps Limited
MIS Department

Tel. 0161 214 2142
Fax. 0161 214 2344
E:mail Tom.Molyneux@xxxxxxx



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From: bpcs-l-bounces+tom.molyneux=nov.com@xxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:bpcs-l-bounces+tom.molyneux=nov.com@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
rajesh kamath
Sent: 13 January 2009 05:26
To: 'BPCS ERP System'
Subject: [BPCS-L] Creation of Discount on customer order

Dear All,

Can anyone help me how to create a discount on customer order. For
example one of my customer I have to give discount @5% on every supply.
Transaction will look like this :


Item Qty Rate Amount

Item no 100.00 250.00 25,000.00

Discount @ 5% 1,250.00

23,750.00
VAT 1,500.00

Inv Total 25,250.00


Thanks / Regards,

Rajesh Kamath


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