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    Product Pricing

    Pricing of a Product is determined by Pricing Methods - Infusion offers two options. Product Group Markup generates automated pricing for products that belong to a product group, and Fixed Price allows specific prices for individual products. The Pricing Method is set when a product is created.

    To update pricing of a Product, select it from the Products module and go to the Pricing tab. 

    The tab is displayed in two sections - one to calculate Cost Prices and the other to update Price Levels.



    Cost Prices

    The Cost Price (per unit) can be used to calculate the price of products for sale. Latest and Average fields can be configured in Product Settings to update automatically when products are receipted in. Alternatively they can be updated manually. 

    Select Edit to activate the fields. Update the Latest and/or Average costs per unit.



    • Latest - the individual cost per unit of the most recently receipted stock.
    • Average - the individual cost per unit across product currently in stock.


    The Landed cost is the sum of Shipping plus Purchase and is calculated automatically.

    Product Settings determine whether pricing is generated from Latest or Average costs.



    Price Levels

    Price Level lists are created in Product Settings. Infusion offers three default price levels of Retail, Trade and Wholesale. Additional levels can be created. 


    The Pricing Method determines whether the prices are calculated as a Fixed Price or Product group markup. Select Edit and choose from the drop-down list to set.



    Fixed Price

    When Fixed Price is selected, prices are controlled manually against each Price Level. As new stock is receipted in, the price remains constant and the Markup and Margin percentages change to reflect the new calculations.

    If a change is required to the price of a product that uses Fixed Price as the price method, the price updated manually.



    Click on the edit pencil at the end of the price level row to open the editing window.



    A message at the bottom of the window advises of the cost price used to calculate the product price.

    Choose which field to update and enter the value. The remaining fields automatically calculate in line with the entered value.

    • GST Exclusive or GST Inclusive - enter the selling price for the product.
    • Markup or Margin - enter a percentage figure to calculate the selling price from the cost price.


    Save to record.


    If the price is below the cost a notification displays. The price remains available to save.



    Continue to update price levels as applicable. Save each addition and select the edit pencil to open the next price level.



    Only price levels with associated prices are available to select when creating a quote or invoice. If no price is assigned, the price level is not available for selection. 



    Product Group Markup

    When Product Group Markup is the chosen Pricing Method, prices automatically calculate. Select Product group markup from the Pricing Method drop-down and Save at the top of the page. 

    Prices on products that use Product group markup cannot be manually edited.



    When Product Group Markup is chosen, if the Product Group is setup with a Markup for a Price level, the pricing for that Product automatically updates to show:

    • Sell prices derived from the markup settings.
    • The group that the product belongs to.



    Prices are calculated based on the Markup applied in the Product Group Settings. The settings define whether pricing is rounded to ten cents or left as calculated. 


    A product must belong to a Product Group before this pricing method can be used. If the product does not belong to a product group, the option is greyed out and unavailable for selection.

    If no Markup is applied in Product Settings, the pricing table will not calculate a sell price, even when the Pricing Method is set to Product Group Markup.

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