The transaction price may change frequently depending on market conditions or contracts with the customer.
ECOUNT offers a variety of price schemes, so you can adapt it to your situation.
You can register various unit prices for one item.
Automatically fetch the last price of the customer.
Discount rates can be applied for each customer.
Easily view the change of the price.
You can limit the price access per user.
Application of multiple prices
If the price that applies to one item is different, you can register up to 10 units in addition to the basic price.
You can select the registered price at the time of transaction.
(For example, you can register the sales price of the item 'Simple Shirt' as RM20. In addition, the store sales price to RM25, the department store RM30, and the shopping mall price RM21, etc.)
You can bulk upload item price data to Excel.
Automatic application of final price
If the unit price changes frequently, you can call up and apply the last deal price automatically.
This function is to automatically apply the last entered price when selling/purchasing the same item again with the same business partner.
Manage prices more easily if you use them in industries with frequent changes in prices such as fruits and vegetables, and food.
Apply discount rate per customer
If the margin rates by partner are different, you can set the discount rate in advance and apply it to the selling price.
If you want to discount at a specific point in time, such as a special discount or a sale period, you can apply the discount rate directly from the entry screen.
Price history management
The recent transaction history of the item you want to sell/purchase can be reproduced immediately at the time of transaction entry.
At a glance, you can check the fluctuation trends in purchasing price and shipping price by date.
You can display the history at the moment you enter and apply the displayed price as it is.
Accessibility of price per user
You can set the price edit right for each user when entering the transaction.
Limit purchase cost queries to minimize exposure of corporate trade secrets.