We actually use Page 3A.
The set up maybe different though since we have one price book per Customer
and enter each item that we sell to that customer into that price book. Then
we use page 1 for when there is no break quantity and use page 3A for break
quantity. I'll 
attach a word doc of what it looks like.

Rosana Goni
Director Customer Intelligence

Phone (914) 750-9133
E-Mail rgoni@xxxxxxxxxx


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Page 1 definetly says to MAPICS "stop here" look not further.

The other pages don't seem to offer anything we can use for case quantity
discounting (it is a discount for multiple quantities not increasing
quantitie.

Our best shot appears to be the END PRICE USER EXIT, have you worked much
with user exits?

Thanks

Roger Blocher
TECH International
I.S. Manager
740.966.8009
740.967.3583 (fax)


                                                                           
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I believe that Page 1 pricing will override any other price book pages.  It
is a fixed price by customer/item.  You may need to rethink your price book
setup.
-Greg

Gregory Novak
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Momentum Utilities Pty Ltd
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The function is already built into the price book pages.  There is a price
book page for quantity discount s using either fixed discount E.g
1-99=$1.00 100-249=$.95 250-500=$.85 etc. Look at Price book page 2 and
three. 2 is fixed discount based on qty, 3 is % discount.



Lloyd H. Degnon
I.S. Manager
AmPro Computers, Inc.
5215 Hellyer Ave.
Building #110
San Jose, CA 95138
(408) 360-4365
ldegnon@xxxxxxxxx
www.AmPro.com



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Just checking to see what others have done?

All our pricing is done by price books (40 + price books, Page 1 only).
TODAY when someone order 47 boxes of XYZ they pay $1 per box (or a total
of
$47).
What is the best way to go about automating a pricing strategy such that
TOMORROW we would could encourage customers to buy 1 FULL CASE (48 boxes)
at $47.04 ( $.98 per box) or a "2%" discount.  (It is yet to be determined
what happens when a customer sends in an order for 100 boxes ... 2 cases
plus 4 boxes).

This standard "2% " discount will apply to certain groups of customers and
certain products provided the line item is ordered using a CS (case) unit
of measure (rather than ordering individual boxes).  It is unlikely that
all the items on the order will be ordered in full case quantities.

Is this do-able with standard user exists?

Second, customer service takes phone orders, and we need some way to alert
a customer service person that the customer that is ordering 47 boxes, is
just one short of a full case.

Thanks

Roger Blocher
TECH International
I.S. Manager
740.966.8009
740.967.3583 (fax)

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