Pricing can be one or more scales of cost depending on if the Stock has tiered pricing. 

There are a couple of ways a stock pricing scale can be added to DocketManager.

  • Inventory > Stock > Stock View > Pricing section
  • Edit Stock modal > Pricing section



Adding Stock Pricing Scales

Step     Action 

  1.       Select {New} under Pricing section. A New Price Scale modal will open.

  2. Complete the fields.

Field
Description
Quantity
Enter in the end quantity for the price scale. The quantity up to will be based on the quantity for each tier. If there is only one tier, enter the quantity provided, or if no quantity provided, enter 1.

i.e. 1st Scale: 500
(from 1 -500)
2nd Scale: 1000
  (from 501 - 1000)

Cost
Enter the Cost (Up to 4 decimals). This is your actual cost to purchase the Supply. 
Book Cost
Enter the Book Cost (Up to 4 decimals). This is the normal cost of this Supply. 

  3.      Select {Save} to add a single scale or {Save and Add New} to save and add additional 
           price scales. A results window will pop-up to indicate the scale has been saved.

Editing Stock Pricing Scales

Step     Action 

  1.       Hover mouse over the name of price scale to be edited. A pencil icon will appear on the 

            right-hand side of the name. Select the pencil icon. An Edit Price Scale modal window will 

            open.


  2.      Make required changes.

  3.      Select {Save} to edit a single scale or {Save and Add New} to save edit and add 

           additional price scales. A results window will pop-up to indicate the scale has been 

           saved.

  


Deleting Stock Pricing Scales

Step     Action

   1.      Select entries under Pricing to be deleted by checking boxes on the left-hand side.  All entries 

            can be deleted by checking box to left of {New} under Pricing.  

  2.      Select {Delete}. A window will pop-up to confirm selected items to be deleted.
  3.      Select {OK} to delete selected items. A results window will pop-up to indicate the selected 

           scales have been deleted.