The information here describes how Omni Price works with promotions that add quantities or items and promotions that have tier pricing.
Omni Price can change pricing by altering the Unit Price or adding a Markdown Amount or Percentage. It works on a single line in a transaction basis.
Omni Price is currently not designed to do the following:
- Add item quantity on Sales Order Processing (SOP) or Invoicing transactions for promotions such as buy 2, get 1 free. (See Workaround 1 below.)
- Add another item on SOP or Invoicing transactions for promotions such as buy2, get 1 another item free. (See Workaround 2 below.)
- Tier pricing on SOP or Invoicing transactions for promotions such as first 100 quantities on the line item are priced at $1.00/EA, the next 101-200 quantities on the same line item are priced at $0.75, and so on.
- Multiple tier pricing on SOP or Invoicing transactions for promotions such as an item is priced at 30% markup and for specific customers that order that item, they receive a 10% discount. (See Workaround 3 below.)
Example: Buy 2 of Item A, and receive Item B for free.
- Create a Kit Item in Inventory that contains both Item A and Item B.
- Create an Omni Price contract for the Kit Item and assign the special price to the Kit item.
- Sell the Kit Item to the customer.
Example: Buy 2 of Item C, and receive a third quantity of Item C for free. Item C is $10.00, but if the customer purchases 2 Item C’s, the 3rd one is free.
- Create an Omni Price contract with the following:
- Item C quantities 1-2 using the Pricing Mode of No Special Pricing to default $10.00 per quantity.
- Item C quantities 3-3 using the Pricing Mode of Fixed Price and assign a price of $20.00.
- Sell Item C for 3 quantities on the Sales Transaction and the Fixed Price would be $20.00 (2*$10.00 plus one free Item C).
Example: An item is priced at 30% markup and for specific customers that order that item, they receive a 10% discount
- Option 1: Offer the item to the specific customer range for a 20% markup.
- Option 2: Apply the 30% markup in the Microsoft Dynamics GP pricing, then create an Omni Price contract where you can apply the 10% discount to specific customer range for that item(s).