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Coupon and Flyer Pricing

devhill

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Any suggestions on how to handle coupons and flyer pricing in JDE?

Coupons: I need to have taxes calculated off the gross amount not the net
amount after the coupon has been applied. The client also wants to be able
to track coupons and amounts so they can be rebated back from the
manufacturer. What is the best way to handle this?

Flyers: Sounds simple, but the client also sets up customers with special
primary and secondary discounts. The problem is in the sometimes the
customers primary or secondary discounts are already lower then the flyer
price which throws off my hierarchy. I am looking for some logic that will
compare the flyer price to the customers normal discounted price and return
the lowest price.

Thanks

Devin W. Hill

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Devin,

The second item is called 'best pricing'. JDE does not do this, but they
have been thinking about it for a while.

Taxes off the gross amount, not the net amount. Can do if you are willing
to use advanced pricing to do taxes. All the energy and chemical clients
use advanced pricing for taxes, so it works fine. Requires a serious head
shift though if you are already using the tax system for taxes.

To track amounts due from the manufacturer set up separate rebate
adjustments for each vendor. Make this adjustment depend on an order detail
group field which can be entered in the order. So when I receive a coupon
from vendor X, I enter an X in the order detail
group field in the F4211. Set up a non-reversing line type so that the
rebate generated is actually a positive amount, so you are in effect
charging the manufacturer for the amount due. Make the manufacturer the
rebate beneficiary so the invoice is created to that address. Only problem
is that you are limited by the number of related addresses that you can use
(5). So, you may have to do something custom to drive the benefiiciary.

Hope this gets you going.

Andy

Andy Klee
Klee Associates
JD Edwards Certified Professional
Tel: 970 856 4811

www.JDETips.com
 
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