Overview

When your shopVOX account is created, we load some starter products for you.

You can locate these products by using the company menu.

These products should be used as a guide for adding your own specific pricing.

Products are the only line items you can add to quotes, orders, and invoices.

Product Detail Page

Basic Settings

The Basic Settings tab contains all of the general information about a product. Name, description, income account, COG account, and more.

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Other Info

The Other Info tab is not as important. It has additional information you can add to a product like SKU number, standard production details, and other.

TIP: Skip the other info tab for now.
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Pricing Template

For the detailed Pricing Template article - click here Ā There are three main sections to the Pricing Template section. Ā Attributes, Required Pricing options and Items to be charged

Ā Attributes

Attributes are the inputs or variables that are used to determine the price of a labor rate, machine rate, or material.

Required Pricing options

Required Pricing Options show up as drop down fields when adding new items to quotes, sales orders, and invoices.

Use Required Pricing Options any time that you want the choice of different Materials, Labor Rates, or Machine Rates.

For our **Screen Printing - Apparel **product, these are your different imprint locations.

Clicking SHOW button will show Acceptable Items for that Option

Items to be charged

Items to be charged are added behind the scenes.

You don't have to remember to add these - shopVOX does it for you.

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Custom Fields

Custom Fields section is used to gather additional information about a product, when you add it to the quotes and orders; that are not integral to pricing the product.

In our Screen Printing - Apparel product, Custom Fields are used to add our choice of ink colors.

How does Pricing work for this product?

Pricing is based on the sum of the following parts.

  1. Apparel Items
  2. **Screen Printing **
  3. Screen Charges

Since this product uses a Pricing Template, your customer will only see a single price for all these components, not the itemized charges for each screen, imprint location, and shirt.

ie. T-Shirt - $5 ea

Apparel Items

The formula used to calculate the price for your apparel is:

Cost from Your Supplier * (1-Markup) = Apparel Price

Screen Printing

The pricing for each location of screen printing is based on a grid format.

In the example, Screen Printing is setup as a Labor Rate.

Screen Charges

We've included Screen Charges as part of the pricing template for this product. This means that the price for screen charges will be amortized or spread evenly across the final price for each shirt.

In the example, Screen Charges are setup as a Labor Rate.

TIP: If you wish to show your customers the price for the Screen Charges, remove Screen Charges from the template, and add them as a separate Line Item on quotes and orders.

Step 1. Screen Printing

Let's cover how to add your decoration pricing to your account.

1.1 Go to POS Settings > Labor Rates

1.2 Find the Screen Printing Labor Rate

1.3 Click Variants

On this labor rate, you'll notice that Cost and Price are set to $0.00

Labor Rates can have additional options called Variants.

For our labor rate Screen Printing, the cost and price grid are entered on the Variants page.

1.4 Add your Colors and Locations

Attributes are the different variables that affect price. For Screen Printing, those variables are

  • Colors
  • Location

1.5 Add the Variants

The Variants section is where you name the options that have different prices.

1.6 Add your Pricing

In the Prices section, you'll enter your Screen Printing pricing grid.

This structure should look familiar to you.

1.7 Remove the current row

1.8 Input your prices and costs

Price is required.

Cost can be left blank if you don't have that information.

1.9 Click add new price to save

1.10 Once setup, your Prices table should look very similar to this example.

Step 2. Screen Charges

2.1 Go to POS Settings > Labor Rates

2.2 Click the Screen Charge Labor Rate

You'll change the cost and price to match what you charge.

2.3 Click Edit

2.4 Update Cost and Price

2.5 Update Labor Rate

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