The LinkEdge Browser App includes support for Kits.
A kit is a collection of items that can be added to a sale in one step. The price of the component items may be different from their regular price.
- From [Home, My Business, Kits] you can define as many Kits as you want. Each should have its own unique code. You are able to print out labels with that code.
- Each kit is further defined by a list of Kit-Items.
You can add as many as you want with a custom price and quantity.
Kit-Items can be products, fees or services. They can not be nested kits.
- At the time that you add a Kit to a sale, it will simply insert all of the Kit-Items into the sale. The Kit identity does not survive in the sale or show up on the sales receipt. You can change or remove any line item once it is added to a sale.
Note on discounting
If you discount a line item in a sale that originated from a Kit, the base price is the (potentially already reduced) base Kit price. For example:
- start with a $1000 bow,
- add it to a kit at $950,
- add that kit to a sale & the bow shows up as $950.
- If you now discount the entire transaction by 10%, it would price the bow at $855.
- (So don’t double discount.)
Selling a dozen arrows
Kits may be useful to you when pricing your arrows.
If you start with a base price for a single arrow,
you can define a reduced price for a dozen arrows by adding a kit with that dozen arrows in it.
When you scan the kit into the sale, the arrows will be added at the discounted price.
The Quantity of the base arrow item will be adjusted appropriately when the sale is finished.
- LinkEdge does not track any history for Kits.
- The Kits are not currently supported in the browser-based LinkEdge online (LEO) tool.
- Kits may help you track inventory (as mentioned about in the arrow example). However, they
are not a way to track the conversion of raw materials into constructed sale items.