FIG. 1.10 - Margin input via GP value or percentage.
The ability to set and customise channel margins is an indispensable part of channel business operations and the visibility and management of these margins is integral to the ChannelCenter offering.
ChannelCenter enables companies to control their margin throughout the quoting process, as well as save time via features such as automated partner discounting. Easy access to historic customer quotes and invoices gives users a consolidated view of information and assists the decision-making process when providing new quotes to customers.
FIG. 1.11 - Incrementally adjust margins on products before sending quote.
Margin amounts can be adjusted for every quote and direct invoice which is created on the platform. On the creation and editing of invoices and quotes, ChannelCenter’s calculation engine determines GP% or GP value as the inputs are adjusted. These values are automatically multiplied by unit and/or device quantity and totalled in real-time.
In addition to being able to predefine margin amounts on specific products once-off, users can set a global margin which is applied to all products in the catalogue. This is particularly useful when setting margins for specific customers and their available product book.
Financial functionality has been specifically tailored to your business as a distributor or as a reseller.
A ChannelCenter team member will be in touch to assess your needs further.
Automated Partner Discounting
Users can set discounting levels to trigger at set volume levels, as well as set margin amounts dependent on partner tier levels, removing this administrative burden from the employee.
Individual Pricing Per Channel Intermediary.
In addition to partner tier price flexibility, the platform enables further customisation in that pricing can be set and adjusted per individual channel company, as required.
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