About sales price models
Applies To: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Feature Pack, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012
When you set up sales prices for project expense transactions and hour transactions, you can apply a sales price model. A sales price model specifies the calculation method that is used to determine the final sales price for a transaction. The numbers that you enter in the Pricing fields in the Sales price (hour) form and Sales price (expense) form are either amounts or percentages, depending on the selection in the Sales price model field.
The following table describes the affect that each sales price model has on how a sales price is determined.
Sales price model |
Description |
Formula |
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Qty. |
The amount that you enter in the Pricing field is the actual cost per quantity or unit. |
No formula is used for this sales price model. The number that you enter in the Pricing field is the price per quantity. |
Contribution ratio |
The number that you enter in the Pricing field is the contribution ratio expressed as a percentage of the sales price. |
(100 * cost price) / (100 - Pricing) Example You want a contribution ratio of 10 percent for an hour category. The cost price for the category is EUR 50. You use the following calculation: (100 * 50) / (100 - 10) = Sales price EUR 55.55 |
Charges percentage |
The sales price per transaction is the cost price per transaction multiplied by the charges percentage. You enter the charges percentage in the Pricing field. |
Cost price * (100 + pricing) / 100 Example The charges percentage for a particular hour category is 5 percent. The cost price is EUR 20. You use the following calculation: (20 * (100 + 5)) / 100 = Sales price EUR 21.00 |
Charges amount |
The sales price per transaction is the cost price per transaction plus the charges amount. You enter the charges amount in the Pricing field. |
Cost price + pricing amount Example The fixed-price administration charge on a particular expense category is EUR 10. The cost price is EUR 90. You use the following calculation: EUR 90 + EUR 10 = Sales price EUR 100.00 |
See also
Set up cost prices and sales prices for projects
About cost prices, sales prices, and transfer prices in projects
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