A Customer Good is an item/product stored for customer use. The inventory is maintained by replenishment and depletion of the good. Pricing for a good will be based on the pricing of the replenishment lot the depletion is being pulled from.
- On a Finished Good, the pricing will be based solely on the replenishment lot.
Example: Replenishment Lot A = $500/qty 500 and Replenishment Lot B = $550/qty 500
Depletion Price for qty 750 = $725 ($500 from Lot A; $225 from Lot B)
- On Shell Stock, the pricing will be based on the replenishment lot for the depletion plus the template pricing for additional cost to finish the item.
Example: Replenishment Lot A = $500/qty 500 and Template Pricing= $250/qty 500
Item Price for qty 250 = $375 ($250 for depletion; $125 to finish the item)
- On a Customer Supplied Good, there is no replenishment template but pricing will still be based on the pricing entered when the replenishment is done manually. If a price other than $0 is entered, the price of the good will be added to press as no GL account can be associated since there is no replenishment template.
Additional Pricing Notes:
- If the customer good is set as prepaid, the price will be billed on replenishment. If the customer good is not prepaid, the replenishment will not be billed. The price dispersal will be systemically calculated and allocated as the customer good is depleted.
- Discount cannot be overridden on a depletion template.