Whether it's a B2B or B2C webshop, the extensive price management capabilities of the CloudSuite platform offer the same functionality as most ERP systems and support advanced pricing structures.
Product prices can be configured at webshop, product or customer level. The use of graduated prices to promote large purchases is also an option.
As a visitor to a webshop, you want to be able to quickly see the price of a product to decide whether to place it in your shopping cart. What you often see is that a wholesaler that also supplies consumers, shows the prices exclusive of VAT in its webshop. The customer will then only see the total amount including VAT in the shopping cart.
Sometimes webshops don't even reveal their prices at all until you are a customer of theirs. This can be a missed opportunity and can be solved in a nicer and, above all, more customer-friendly manner. At CloudSuite we have several options for this.
The CloudSuite platform is ideal for international eCommerce and this is also reflected in price management. CloudSuite adopts the currencies from the ERP system.
Customers with a customer-specific price list place orders in the specified currency of this price list. This way you serve every customer, from every country, in their own trusted currency.
When you use an extremely complex pricing structure, CloudSuite can retrieve real-time prices from the ERP system and show them in the webshop. You can also choose to extend this with VAT and discounts/surcharges.
When selling in large numbers, you can configure graduated prices in the CloudSuite platform. The price automatically adjusts itself to the correct total amount based on the graduated price that applies to the quantity entered by the customer.
The platform works with price lists and a customer can have their own price list. When the customer logs in, he sees the prices in the webshop according to the price agreements made. When a customer logs in without a price list, he sees the standard prices.
It is possible to enter a start date and end date for each product price list or contract. In the webshop it can be configured that, after entering the desired delivery date, the visitor sees the prices applicable on that date instead of the currently applicable prices.
Show a VAT switch at the top of your webshop, with which the visitor can easily switch between the display of prices including or excluding VAT. This is a great solution when you have a webshop for both companies and consumers.
This is a very interesting feature if you have a reseller network. If the reseller configures a product in the webshop together with a consumer, he simply shows the consumer price by activating the consumer price toggle.
CloudSuite has the option to calculate additional costs or discounts based on the total amount of the order. Think of shipping costs or a discount when you pick up.
Configure multiple VAT rates per product and the platform immediately takes into account high and low VAT rates per country. This way the customer always sees the price with the correct VAT rate.
Use the different currencies from the ERP system to offer multiple pricing options. This feature automatically calculates the appropriate tax for that pricing.
Calculate levies (for example, disposal fee) based on a percentage or a fixed amount. At product and country level, you set whether your webshop calculates VAT on the amount including or excluding taxes.
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