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Hi Thank you in advance.
My organization does therapy rehab services and these services have subsidies.
Currently some of the services are using resource cards while the new services use item cards.
The objective is to be able to control prices so we can remove the need to approve sales order more than the authorized amount.
I am unsure why old services use resource cards and why the vendor recommend item cards for new service. Maybe the new services have attendance function, that allow us to auto generate sales invoice. (attendance x price)
Question: Can I know the pro and cons of using resource and item cards and if both support price control?
Resources can have a price, too. Major difference is, that you can't group prices (Customer Price Group).
I think it's best for you to challenge your NAV-vendor with your questions and concerns.
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