ONe platform users! We have great news for you - we have introduced a new functionality that will definitely make sales easier for you and increase your profits
What is the business objective of introducing bonuses?
Here's the simplest example: when you sell X products from this manufacturer and exceed a certain sales threshold, the manufacturer will sell their products to you at a lower price. As a distributor of this manufacturer, you can then charge yourself higher margins/sell these products at a lower price.
- In the Price Helper microservice's integration API, a new endpoint has been created that allows for the addition of bonus levels for a specific product.
- The administrator in the back office has the ability to assign a bonus level for a salesperson to an operator role from the panel. More than one bonus level can be assigned to a single operator.
- At the level of the price editing modal in the offer, it is possible to expand information about the bonus. The visible information includes the bonus percentage along with the calculated purchase price and margin including the bonus, calculated based on the commission coefficient.
- This coefficient is set to one for each client platform and can be configured in Settings > Price Helper > Trade Margin
What is a trade commission coefficient?
The commission coefficient is an additional remuneration received by salespeople for selling products. The value of this coefficient is determined in the system settings, where in the general configuration, in the orderpath section, you can set a decimal value. By default, this is a value of 1, which means that the commission is not taken into account in calculations. If we want the values on the offer to be reduced by the commission coefficient, this value must be less than 1, for example 0.8. This will allow us to observe whether, despite taking the commission coefficient into account, the margin on the product is still appropriate and whether it can be proposed to the customer. It is worth noting that the margin displayed on the product line is multiplied by the trade margin coefficient, which can also be set in the configuration.