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I am a user of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013.
I need some help in 3 questions below with regards to how flexible a campaign can be to set up in Navision.
Example is like this:
Purchase1: SO-0000013 inner of XXX = no discount
Purchase 2: SO-0000025 inners of XXX = 3 inner @ no discount, but 4th & 5th inner to pick up 20%.
3. Are Campaign Group Codes for customers able to be changed according to designated time frame?
Thank you in advance.
Point 1 and 2 are possible.
I didn't understand your query # 3.
Thanks for your reply, Mahesh.
But how can I achieve with point 1 & 2? Are we looking at adding new mods into Nav?
Point 3 means that labeling a customer to Campaign Group A in this cycle might need to be changed over time. So am I able to assign an end date and a starting date to make changes in advance.
While defining the discount in the Item -> Line Discounts, you have a provision to enter the "Minimum Quantity".
thanks for the suggestion. I am actually aware of the minimum qty function for a specific discount. but if you look closely at my examples firstly stated, you will find 2 discount levels on 1 item on 1 invoice.
The tricky part is that are we able to have no discounts on prior to minimum qty being achieved, and to have discounts on additional quantity only. say, 3 as a minimum. ordered 5. 2 for normal price, additional 3 for discounted price.
Let me know if I am still not clear enough to you.
The above can be achieved only if you break it into two lines, ie., 2 Qty in one line and the balance 3 in another line. Otherwise, you need to have customization.
I have tried broken 1 item into 2 lines. And it did not work. Are you able to shed more light on how this can be achieved.
Thanks and regards,
first sales line: item with qty. 2, your sales price per item, no discount (%) value.
second sales line: item with qty. 3, your sales price per item, discount (%) value > 0.
if discount fields are not shown in sales/purchase line add them by context menu/add columns.
Thanks for your reply Jonathan.
Discount field is definitely there.
But the problem here is that once minimum qty requirement kicks in, both lines with qty 3 and qty 2 will have same discount.
How can I have nil discount for the qty 3 in the first line and at the same time keep the discount for the additional 2 as mentioned in the purchase 2 in the example?
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