Setting up a new price level in Readysell to load up to the web

Step 1

  • Set up a new Price Level in Readysell and generate the price level onto all products.

Step 2

  • Add the pricing into the products for this price level.
    This can be done manually or automatically through a task depending on how the pricing on this new level is to be calculated.
  • For each of those products that are to have a price in this price level, they will also need the flag turned on for Display On Website

Step 3

If you want this pricing to be loaded up to the website, Readysell will need to obtain

  • a Web Price Level Code (for price levels s1 - s8 - must be lower case s) from Office Brands head office, even if your pricing level already only exists on the web.
    • Those codes then need to be applied to that pricing level in Administration, Price Levels.
  • a Web Price Level ID - long numbered id that lines up to the web price level code above

Step 4 - only if your price level is to override list pricing on the web

  • A base contract on Web X (Web Admin) will need to be set up to make S1 the default price level If your price level is to override List pricing on the web.
  • A price rule needs to then also be set up to use List pricing if s1 is zero from price uploads from Readysell.

Step 4

  • There is a task in Readysell that then runs and sends the pricing up to the web.