With SKU-level adjustments, you can apply discounts or uplifts for specific classifications, vendors, and customer groups. This flexibility allows for targeted promotions at the SKU level.
In a custom price book, the adjustment fields are editable, so you can refine the price on any product or service, thus overriding the global default setting by giving a particular SKU a different uplift or discount.
SKU-level adjustments are currently only supported in the UI. The Orbitera API does not yet support configuring SKU-level adjustments.
|Default||Adjusts pricing as defined in the global custom price book. The default is always a percent increase or decrease relative to the provider's current price.|
|%||Adjusts pricing for a given SKU by applying a different percent increase or decrease that overrides the custom price book's default percentage.|
|Delta||Instead of using a percentage, sets a price difference for a given SKU relative to the provider's current base cost. For example, you can add an adjustment of 1 cent per hour to the base cost charge.|
|Fixed||Instead of allowing the adjustment to change automatically when the service provider's base cost changes, sets a fixed cost, regardless of the provider's cost. The use case for this is if you're working with a contract that negotiates some fixed rate.|