Details:

Use Store Price Override to automate pricing structures across each stores, or revenue centers (Administration>Inventory>Pricing>Store Price Override).


Step by Step:

Set up store pricing

Step 1: Name the store price Override

#1 Go to Administration > Inventory > Pricing > Store Price Override.

#2 Click Add.The New Store Price Override screen appears.

#3 Enter the name of the store price group - for example, "Store A Pricing".

#4 Click OK. The Profile tab appears. 

Step 2: Complete the Profile tab

#1 Name - The name of the Store Price Override, this will displayed in the Store Price Groups Search screen.

#2 Choose the store this specific pricing will apply to.

#3 Effective, Expires, and Never Expires – You may want to make this pricing override begin and end at a certain time. For example, if this a yearly pricing structure then you may enter the effective date as 01/01/2013 and the Expires date as 12/31/2013. Keep in mind that this functionality allows you to create price groups that are effective in the future.

#4 Active/Inactive – Check the box to make the pricing Active. You may want to consider marking your Store Price Group as “Inactive” until you are finished building the pricing.

Step 3: Add price details

#1 Click Add. The Price Group Detail screen appears.

#2 Complete the Profile tab - Name, Effective, and Expires or Never Expires. - More date filters mean you can structure pricing to change with the seasons if you would like.

#3 Complete the Price Tab:
 - Price Override

 - Fixed Price: Enter the fixed price dollar amount store override will receive for any item the price override applies to.

 - Retail Margin: Enter the retail margin percentage the store will receive for any item the override applies to. If an items’ cost is $40 dollars and you enter the retail margin as 60%, the extended price calculated for this store override will be $100.

 - Percent Discount: Enter the discount percentage that should be applied to items be applied to items the override applies to. If the item’s retail price is $100 and you enter 10% in the price group percent discount, the extended price calculated for this store override will be $90. 

 - Cost Plus Based Price: Enter the percent markup on the default vendor cost that should be applied to items the override applies to. If the item’s default vendor cost is $40 and you enter 10% in the cost plus pricing option, the extended price calculated for the store override will be $44.

 - Use Item’s Discount Level: Select the appropriate Item Discount Level from the drop-down. Item discount levels are controlled by Item Discount Groups under Administration>Inventory>General Setup>Item Discount Groups. To view a specific item’s discount level structure, go to the item’s Pricing screen and click Show Discount Pricing Structure.

#4 On the Product Lines tab, you can select a specific Parent Product Line or Sub department to filter your store override group.

 - Product Lines: Select a specific Product Line if you wish to filter on Product lines, otherwise leave all unchecked to ignore Product Lines.

#5 On the Product Dept Tab – Click Add Department. Browse the inventory tree to select the Sub-department you wish to filter on. Select the sub-department and click Select. Otherwise, don’t add any sub-departments to ignore sub-departments.

#6 On the Items tab, you can add specific items – Click the browse button or type in an item code to filter this price group on one or more individual items.

#7 On the Item Types tab – Select one or more Item Types to filter on, otherwise leave all Item Types unchecked to ignore Item Types.

#8 Choose a specific transaction type if you want to filter by transaction type. For example, you are creating a Store Override for your VIP Maintenance Contracts created from that store, you would want to check ONLY the box for Applies to Maintenance Contracts.

Step 4: Save & Activate

#1 Click Profile tab to be sure Override is active

#2 Save