Today’s customers live in a connected world and are well informed when making a purchase—before they even walk into a store. In a time when customers are shopping on their terms, retailers need to find ways to better serve and provide them with amazing in-store experiences! To best engage customers, retailers must empower their employees to provide excellent customer service. This is where point of sale (POS) can become point of service – using rich capabilities in the Microsoft Dynamics modern Point of sales solution.
Microsoft Retail Management System delivers a complete retail solution that automates POS processes and store operations including sales transactions, purchasing, inventory management, staff reporting and many more.
Setting Product Pricing levels
In the Product Properties you can edit several parameters. Under the Pricing tab one can edit product price, cost or Sale price. If you need to set different price levels for different customers, you can use this area to complete this task.
Setting price calculation method
In the left top corner click File and Configuration. In the new window click Inventory tab and in the Price Calculation area mark second option: Use Level if it exists. Otherwise use minimum. Click OK to confirm. Now we have the price levels and calculations set up. In case if the product does not have required price level set up, the selling price will always be the Regular Price.
Assigning Customer to Price level
The last step is to set the Price Level for your customers. In order to do this you need to open the Properties window of the chosen customer. Within Customer Properties under Customer Options tab you can set the price level which will be assigned to this customer. He or she can now purchase products for the price set up in the related price level set in the product.
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