Advance Pricing concepts

Modifying Starter Products: Remove installation and design services if they are not taxable in your area.

Because of the way Quickbooks handles taxes - if design and installation aren't taxable in your neck of the woods, you'll have to treat them as separate products. Step 1. Remove them from your Starte…

Haylee Benton
Updated 11 months ago by Haylee Benton

Setting up second side pricing for a Product

This issue is especially relevant to sign industry users of shopVOX. Scenario: In sign industry some times the signs are two sided, example a banner is printed on both sides or a Coroplast directiona…

Aaron Aldrich
Updated 11 months ago by Aaron Aldrich

Vendor Pricing: adding to Materials

Tracking and negotiating Cost of Materials is integral to managing Gross Profit and the health of a business. Having the ability to keep records of your price from vendors of your Materials list is p…

Michael Riley
Updated 11 months ago by Michael Riley

Using Logic in your Pricing Templates

Learn how to add if/then logic to your products within shopVOX. (Advanced Users Only) Here is a list of what operators that can be used in "Item Formula" and "Filters". Numeric Pricing Attributes in…

Haylee Benton
Updated 11 months ago by Haylee Benton

How does Wastage work in shopVOX?

In shopVOX when you use "Materials", you can set them up to calculate wastage by making sure you provide all the required data. On a Material make sure you have values for Width, Height, Conversion F…

Haylee Benton
Updated 11 months ago by Haylee Benton

Job Costing - Estimated vs. Actual

Get a true picture of Actual Labor and Material costs for a Product. Many of you have asked about having a complete picture of what a job costs, based on the Labor, Materials and Machine rates that a…

Arun Kanagala
Updated 11 months ago by Arun Kanagala

Modify Material, Labor rate & Machine rate formulas within a Product

Create unique formulas for Materials, Labor rates & Machine rates within a Product! We have created a powerful addition to Pricing Templates, which is the ability to override the default formula for…

Haylee Benton
Updated 11 months ago by Haylee Benton

Deactivating and Deleting Products

Have you discontinued a Product? Overwhelmed by too many choices? Here's how to tidy up your Product list. What's the difference between deactivating and deleting? Deactivating a Product allows you t…

Lila Carsten
Updated 11 months ago by Lila Carsten

How to make your invoice line items editable

If you need to edit the line items which are in completed state on your invoices then there is a flag under POS Settings>>General>>Edit Invoices and Edit Completed Line Items. You need to check for t…

Haylee Benton
Updated 11 months ago by Haylee Benton

Re-Calculating Bill Of Materials (BOM)

Bill Of Material (BOM) – To Re-Calculate Or Not To Re-Calculate. If your shop is use to building custom products on the fly and you build them from a BOM, then you may have noticed an issue where som…

Arun Kanagala
Updated 11 months ago by Arun Kanagala

What's the difference between Margin, Markup %, and Markup Multiplier ?

Learn what each term means and how it affects pricing within shopVOX I hear you - I know the different terms in shopVOX can be confusing 😔 But sometimes the biggest offenders are not shopVOX specific…

Haylee Benton
Updated 11 months ago by Haylee Benton

How to adjust the bill of materials (BOM) for situational purposes

There are many times that you may need to apply the "human element" to how you are estimating. For instance, you might want to adjust the actual amount of vinyl used to be competitive on your pricing…

Aaron Aldrich
Updated 6 months ago by Aaron Aldrich

No Total PDF: How to give a customer options without totaling the whole Quote

Don't want to show the total on a quote if you are giving the customer multiple options? Here is a handy tip. You are quoting the customer multiple options to choose from, but you don't want it to to…

Arun Kanagala
Updated 11 months ago by Arun Kanagala

What is the Sell/Buy Ratio?

While defining your "Products/Materials" in shopVOX you can define the Sell/Buy ratio. What is it?. Sell/Buy ratio is the conversion between your Selling Units and Buying Units. How many selling unit…

Lila Carsten
Updated 1 year ago by Lila Carsten

Customizing Line Item Descriptions

When adding descriptions to your line items, there is information you want your customers to see and details that you want for internal use only. For instance, details such as colors, sizes, material…

Lila Carsten
Updated 1 year ago by Lila Carsten

Custom Fields in shopVOX

A feature to extend the flexibility of shopVOX has been added called, "Custom Fields". As of now "Custom Fields" can be added to the following objects Products. Jobs. What are Custom Fields? Dependin…

Aaron Aldrich
Updated 11 months ago by Aaron Aldrich

How to increase prices for your Products by a percentage

Several times we have been asked how to simply increase a base number by a percentage. Many customers have scenarios where they want to add factors for double-sided signs, painting, rush fees, diffic…

Aaron Aldrich
Updated 11 months ago by Aaron Aldrich

How to Copy Products Shared by the VOX Community

You can build plenty of custom products using shopVOX product tools and share them with other shopVOX Users! And, you can also copy products created by other users into your own account. Access the s…

Lila Carsten
Updated 11 months ago by Lila Carsten

Setting up Products priced by the Square Inch

Some of the products you sell in your company may be priced by the square inch. This article will cover how to set these up. Before we get started, here is a little background on formulas and calcula…

Aaron Aldrich
Updated 1 year ago by Aaron Aldrich

Product: Business Cards using Grid Pricing

Learn step-by-step how to build a business card product with Grid Pricing. Business cards are a great example of grid based pricing. They come in many different options, quantities, and stocks. Busin…

Michael Riley
Updated 7 months ago by Michael Riley

Adding Pricing Template to a Grid Product

Learn tips on customizing your Grid Product with a Pricing Template. If you have mastered building products using Grid Pricing in shopVOX, you are now ready to learn some great tips on customizing yo…

Michael Riley
Updated 1 year ago by Michael Riley

Problems with Grid Product - Who can I contact for help?

For any issues with the building Grid Products or importing your Grid from a spreadsheet, please contact our Support team first. Please provide the following information in an email to support@shopvo…

Michael Riley
Updated 1 year ago by Michael Riley

How to Import Grid Pricing from a Spreadsheet ?

Learn the steps on importing pricing to your grid product by using a spreadsheet. Building a Grid Product inside the shopVOX software is fun and easy with the user-friendly interface. Learn more abou…

Arun Kanagala
Updated 11 months ago by Arun Kanagala

What is the difference between range and volume discounts?

Range discount is calculated based on Size of the Product. For instance, the square footage of a Banner. Whereas Volume discount is calculated based on Quantity of items sold to the customer.

Aaron Aldrich
Updated 1 year ago by Aaron Aldrich

How can I give a discount for a product for a single customer?

These instructions will guide you on how to give a discount within a specific product for a single customer you specify: Before you get started make sure your product is working properly. Make sure i…

Bryant
Updated 1 year ago by Bryant

Grid Pricing Webinar

Follow along with the webinar to build your own Grid Product..

Michael Riley
Updated 10 months ago by Michael Riley

Examples of Grid Pricing Products

Grid Pricing is great for products that have several standard variables (size, colors, paper stock, sides) and each variable combination is a different price. Some products that would be a good fit f…

Michael Riley
Updated 10 months ago by Michael Riley

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