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In version 7.8, pricing logic is defined using pricing procedures. These procedures are based on the Product Selection and Pricing (PSP) engine. The advantage of using the PSP engine is that pricing is fully configurable. For more information about the PSP engine, see Siebel Order Management Infrastructure Guide. For information about the procedures used for pricing, see Siebel Pricer Technical Reference.
You can set the effective dates for the line items of price lists, cost lists, discount matrices, component product price adjustments, or service prices. For more information, see Giving a Product Multiple Prices with Different Effective Dates.
Version 7.8 allows matrix-based administration of price adjustments using discount matrices. For more information, see Creating Discount Matrices.
In version 7.8, you use attribute adjustments view to specify pricing for products with attributes. For more information, see Creating Attribute Adjustments.
In version 7.8, call center agents and sales representatives can view a price waterfall that shows the calculations that were used to arrive at the net price that is displayed in a quote, order, or agreement. For more information, see Pricing Waterfalls.
For more information, see Setting Up Pricing for Products with Components.
In version 7.8, volume discounts provide multiple types of price adjustments, such as percentage markup and markup amount. For more information, see Creating Volume Discounts.
In version 7.8, in addition to the features used to set up pricing, there are also many enhancements to pricing behavior in quotes and orders. For example, there is support for multiple price types and multiple currencies. For more information, see Pricing in the Run-Time Application.
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