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CounterPoint SQL V8.3.5 Release Notes

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Mix-and-match pricing

CounterPoint now supports mix-and-match pricing, which allows you to group items together—by item number, category, sub-category, or vendor—to grant discounts based on quantity, total retail value, weight, or volume. You can use mix-and-match pricing to encourage customers to purchase additional items to qualify for a discount.

For example, you might define a mix-and-match price group that allows your customers to purchase any combination of 5 items in a particular category (e.g., FOOD) and sub- category (e.g., BURGERS) to receive a 10% discount on each item. Or you could define a mix-and-match price group that grants 5% off any combination of wine bottles that equals nine liters.

A mix-and-match price group will also apply a discount when a customer buys enough eligible items to qualify for the discount, even if items are entered on separate ticket lines. For example, if you define a price rule that grants 10% off five cheeseburgers, the discount will apply if a user rings up each cheeseburger on an individual ticket line.

NOTE:

You do not need the Advanced Pricing Option to use mix-and-match pricing.

Defining mix-and-match codes

To create a mix-and-match price group you must first use the Mix-and-Match Codes window (Inventory / Prices / Mix-and-Match Codes) to define a mix-and-match code. Each mix-and- match code determines the basis for associated mix-and-match group discounts (e.g., Total quantity, Total Price-1, Total weight, and so forth).

Enter a Mix-and-match code identifier and a Description for each mix-and-match code you want to define.

From the Price based on field, select one of the following options to specify the basis for the mix-and-match discount:

y

Total quantity – Select this option to base all price rules assigned to the mix-and-match code on the total quantity of eligible items on a ticket.

y

Total Price-1 – Select this option to base price rules assigned to the mix-and-match code on the sum of Price-1 values for all eligible items on a ticket.

y

Total weight – Select this option to base price rules assigned to the mix-and-match code on the total weight of all eligible items on a ticket.

y

Total cube – Select this option to base price rules assigned to the mix-and-match code on the total volume (i.e., the sum of Cube values) of all eligible items on a ticket.

y

Total numeric profile – Select one of these options to base price rules assigned to the mix-and-match code on the sum of the specified, user-defined numeric profile values for all eligible items on a ticket.

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