Prices of a product. Reasons

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  • Inês Batata
    Inês Batata Admin Posts: 3,155 COMMUNITY MANAGER
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    edited April 2021 #2

    Hi @Víctor Moreno , thank you for sharing the variables that compound the pricing of a product in such a clear way! Is there a question or a suggestion you intended to give us with this?

     

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  • Víctor Moreno
    Víctor Moreno Posts: 9
    edited April 2021 #3

    Thanks... and sorry. It's the first time I use this channel.

    Reasons to share  this scheme:
    1.- When we make the amount of the business adding products, Pipedrive allows us to choose between “taxes included” or “without taxes”. However, no worse mathematically the price of the product without taxes ever.
    2.- When we enter the price of a product, two fields are reflected, “direct cost” and “indirect cost”. However, the "benefits" field does not appear. We know we could make it custom, but we couldn't operate with it.
    3.- The analysis of the operations would be much more powerful knowing the three indicators of a set of products
    4.- The cost of taxes could be passed on to the client directly, differentiating it from the unit cost. Today, that data does not appear on the screen.

  • Gerson Andrade
    Gerson Andrade Posts: 21
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    edited February 25 #4

    Exactly. @Víctor Moreno  than you for sharing this.

    We use Pipedrive products + sales docs and we love it! But not being able to indicate the unit price without taxes is a huge constrain for us. It causes a lot of missunderstoods within our customers.

    Definitely we need to be able to indicate the price without taxes to our customer, because some are B2B and deduct the taxes so they don't care about the global value with taxes, while for B2C it is important.

    Ideally we would always show unit price (without taxes) in the first place so it is critical to have the option to indicate it in the deal products.

    Thanks.

     

  • Víctor Moreno
    Víctor Moreno Posts: 9
    edited April 2021 #5

    Exactly. @Víctor Moreno  than you for sharing this.

    We use Pipedrive products + sales docs and we love it! But not being able to indicate the unit price without taxes is a huge constrain for us. It causes a lot of missunderstoods within our customers.

    Definitely we need to be able to indicate the price without taxes to our customer, because some are B2B and deduct the taxes so they don't care about the global value with taxes, while for B2C it is important.

    Ideally we would always show unit price (without taxes) in the first place so it is critical to have the option to indicate it in the deal products.

    Thanks.

     

    Thanks Miguel!! sales docs? It's seem to be very useful, but... I don't know. Whats it?

    Ok, I find it, greats!