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Oracle Advanced Pricing Module

This post contains details of a new author who has joined OracleAppsBlog and will be blogging under the Advanced Pricing Category

Suvabrata Biswas, an Oracle Applications Consultant who runs a consulting company based out of Houston Texas, is joining OracleAppsBlog and will be blogging under the Advanced Pricing Category. This category didn’t exist before so I have added it.

Suv has broad functional experience in Advanced Pricing, Bills of Materials, Assemble to Order, Quality, Engineering, Inventory, Work in Process, Procurement, Cost Management, Enterprise Asset Management, Order Management, Planning and MultiOrg. He also has broad technical experience with Oracle Application’s technical architecture, Oracle tools and operating systems such as Unix and NT. You should also check out his companies site. You can read Suv’s membership profile here or if you’re a member you can e-mail Suv via the profile e-mail console.

Welcome to OracleAppsBlog and we look forward to your contributions 😊

Posted by Richard Byrom on 06/25 at 06:26 PM
  1. :coolsmile:
    I am currently working on a project implementing Advanced Pricing with Service contracts. There are specific requirements from the client. I am looking for a way to set up advanced pricing which will look at an amount first and use that amount to calculate a price based on a factor and then divided by 12 (months). Let me know if someone has been involved with such an implementation already.

    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  on  11/20  at  03:44 AM
  2. This would involve creating a pricing attribute and Formula. you would map the pricing attribute to point to the amount you are referring and then use this pricing attribute in a formula. You will also need a factor list as one of the step in the formula to decode the value of the pricing attribute (“amount”) to a factor. This step value will be devided by 12 in the formula expression to give the final price.

    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  on  11/26  at  05:38 PM
  3. Hi Suv
    I recently started working in Oracle apps . The group i am working most works on Service Sales data which involved Service Conracts related data , ie OKC n stuff .
    I have already got some familiarity with IB n SA tables n structures .However , part of my assignment now involved looking into Pricing Module i with respect to products associated with Contracts . This would ultimately lead to finding total list price on the contract which would later be used for Sales perdiction n other purposes by business .

    I was wondering if you tell me
    1. Whts the pre-requisite functional area which i should know in order to understand pricing better ??
    2. Although information here is excellent , but at this point it just seems too much n too indepth for me , could u suggest good links or doc’s i should read to get familiar with Pricing ??

    please let me know
    I guess i am starting off with Apps in Service Agreements n IB area, so tryin to figure out which is best way to understand all this better n grow in knowledge

    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  on  04/25  at  01:59 PM
  4. I was wondering if anyone has found a way to apply more than one cost to a single item in Oracle. For example we may have several end users who have negotiated a deviated cost with one of our suppliers. The item may normally cost us $100.00 but if we sell it to customer A our cost is $95.00 if we sell it to customer B our cost is $92.00. Can multiple cost be associated with an item in Oracle or is their a 3rd party software company that can work with Oracle to handle contract deviated costing?

    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  on  02/08  at  01:42 AM
  5. Hi Nancy

    I would suggest you also post this question on the forum. I’ve noticed that the e-mail to Suv of comments to this post bounced so your question would become more visible to a wider audience in the forum.

    Posted by Richard Byrom  on  02/01  at  12:23 PM

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