• How to Setup and Use Document Attributes on a Price Calculation with RPM and Acumatica

    Subject The steps here explain how to setup a Document Attribute in Rockton Pricing Management (RPM) when calculating prices on a transaction in Acumatica. Resolution In this example, we will use the State from the Shipping Address of a Customer used on a Sales Order. Based on the state on that Sales Order, a shipping

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  • How to Create a Document Attribute in Acumatica for RPM

    Subject The steps here explain how to create a Document Attribute in Acumatica that can then be used as part of a Price Calculation in Rockton Pricing Management (RPM) and Acumatica. Resolution Document Attributes in RPM are a powerful feature that can provide so much flexibility in pricing with Acumatica. You can setup a Document

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  • Using Date Driven Pricing on Price Sheets in Rockton Pricing Management

    Subject The steps here explain how to create Price Sheets in Rockton Pricing Management (RPM) for prices in a specific date range and schedule price changes to automatically take effect when needed. RPM enables you to create price changes ahead of time, but also gives you control as to when those price changes go into

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  • Using Date Driven Pricing on Pricing Filters in Rockton Pricing Management

    Subject The steps here explain how to create Pricing Filters in Rockton Pricing Management (RPM) for prices in a specific date range and schedule price changes to automatically take effect when needed. RPM enables you to create price changes ahead of time, but also gives you control as to when those price changes go into

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  • Information on Rounding Rules in Rockton Pricing Management

    Subject This article provides information on Rounding Rules in Rockton Pricing Management (RPM), including the options available and how to set them up. Information Rounding Rules allow you to assign rounding options for prices. When applied to a Price Calculation or Price Schedule, the price is rounded to the value specified within the rule. This

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  • Set up a Rounding Rule Using Round to Nearest and Ends In Options

    Subject This article provides the steps on how to set up a rounding rule so the price rounds to the nearest .99. For example, if the price calculated is $8.77 the price returned is $8.99. If the price calculated is $8.22, the price returned is $7.99. Resolution A local garden shop wants to clearance their

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  • Set Up a Rounding Rule Using Round Down and Multiple Of Options

    Subject This article provides the steps on how to set up a rounding rule so the price rounds down and use multiples of .25. For example, if the price calculated is $8.77 the price returned is $8.75. Resolution A local garden store has decided to now change the pricing of the summer plants and wants

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  • Set Up a Rounding Rule Using Round Down and Ends In Options

    Subject This article provides the steps on how to set up a rounding rule, so the price rounds down to the nearest .25. For example, if the price calculated is $8.77 the price returned is $8.25. Resolution A local garden shop wants the price of all summer plants to end in .25. This easily indicates

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  • Data Flow Between Acumatica and Rockton Pricing Management

    Subject Rockton Pricing Management (RPM) is a pricing engine that works in conjunction with an ERP, such as Acumatica. To calculate pricing, specific data from Acumatica needs to be shared with RPM so the pricing engine can calculate the price and return that price to Acumatica. This article explains how data flows between Acumatica and

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  • Data Flow Between Dynamics GP and Rockton Pricing Management

    Subject Rockton Pricing Management (RPM) is a pricing engine that works in conjunction with an ERP, such as Microsoft Dynamics GP. To calculate pricing, specific data from Dynamics GP needs to be shared with RPM so the pricing engine can calculate the price and return that price to Dynamics GP. This article explains how data

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