Business offer

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Business offer

The trade offer allows you to create offers based on products in your inventory and by entering items directly

Process from order to invoice

Within the system you process the entire order through delivery to invoicing:

Offer-Order-Invoice process

A commercial offer defines a set of goods and services offered at a common price. The price is calculated from the individual items, but can also be determined directly by the price without taking into account the prices of the goods.

Prices for items in the offer are calculated either directly from the prices listed for the products or from price lists. Price lists must be associated with the order. Multiple price lists may be assigned, then they are in order of priority. Should any item be in more than one price list, the price from the price list with the highest priority will be used. Offer price calculation supports fast and easy cost calculation and recalculation after any change.

It is possible to create advance invoices for the full amount or a pro-rata amount to the quotation.

Advance invoice

It is possible to generate an advance invoice (PDF) directly from the quotation. On the other hand, invoice can be generated from purchase order. It is also possible to have an advance invoice automatically generated and sent directly to the customer via the connected email account.

variable symbol of the advance invoice

The advance invoice has a number according to the unique identifier of the order. All digits are copied from the unique identifier to the variable symbol. You can therefore use the usual way of marking orders with the template O@year2@cx5, where 9 is the number of the department issuing the order. Within the year 2020, orders will be tagged:

paternOrder numberPayment symbolNotes
O@ye2@amark@cx5O2090000120900001Uses mark from the business area (9)
O@year/9cx5O2020/9/00001202000001Non-digit symbols are exluded

For a larger number of orders (e-shop), the 1st option is preferable because it allows faster searching and there is no risk of confusing numbers.