SAP Pricing Answer Sheet-1

SAP Pricing Answer Sheet-1 - ANSWER SHEET FOR SAP PRICING...

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ANSWER SHEET FOR SAP PRICING USING THE CONDITION TECHNIQUE, September 2010 1. Do a screen print of the pricing screen show the following: The current pricing for 10 cases of NRG-B is $295 per case, for a total order price of $2,950. The cost of these snack bars is $2,448, so the company should make a profit of $50.20 per case, or $502 for the order. 2. In the display price condition (PR 00): Condition Supplements, what does the abbreviation USD stand for? United States Dollar 3. What does the message “condition record is missing” mean? It just means that for this combination of sales area, customer and material, the customer does not get a discount 4. What is the NET Value of the order at this time? $602.00
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5. Do a screen print of the order with the 10% discount. 6. Do a print screen of the order showing the following price conditions: Condition KA00, sales deal, is applied first, and results in a discount of $295 for the 10 cases. Condition K007, Customer Discount, is applied to the discounted price of $2,655, and results
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