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Scenario Overview

In this scenario we will demonstrate how to set up a Decision Table that you can use to customize your Quote Product items unit price based on selected attributes. For this we are using Override Price in the Quote Product. This sample shows how you can use North52 BPA in a Configure, Price Quote (CPQ) scenario.

For this article it is assumed that you have at least basic familiarity with Decision Tables and/or have read the following articles:

Note: We will not detail step-by-step instructions here on how to set up Conditions or Actions, please read the above articles if you need detailed configuration steps.

For this sample we will use bicycles as our Product and configure it to have the following attributes:

  • Color (Blue, Green, Red)
  • Size (Small, Medium, Large)
  • Type (Mountain Bike, Racing Bike)
  • Does it have a bell?
  • Does it have a basket?
  • How many reflectors have been ordered for it?

The following rules apply to the Bicycle Products

Base Price

$100 is the starting price for a Bicycle as per the Price List
  • Small bicycles are $10 cheaper
  • Large bicycles are $10 more expensive
  • A red bike is $7 more expensive because of additional styling required
  • A blue bike is $5 cheaper
  • A mountain bike will add $20 to the base price
  • A racing bike will add $35 to the base price
Bell & Basket

If a customer orders a Bicycle with both a basket and a bell there is an charge of $5
  • 2 for $5
  • 3 of 4 costs $10 dollars
  • 5 or more costs an additional $15

Bicycle Properties in a Quote Product

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