The Pricing window will display pricing information for the selected product, including the Gross Profit Percentage, Unit Cost, and Price and Cost Method information. You can use this window to change the Price or Cost, or to select a Last Price, Margin Price, or Quoted price for the product (depending on system settings).
In the Detail tab of the Sales Order, select the product you wish to review the pricing for and click on the drop down under the dollar symbol. You can alternatively right click on the product and select Pricing.
 The Price tab gives you an overview of prices, costs, gross profit and margin pricing options.
 Review the Current, Last, Quoted, and Margin Price, if available. If you wish to change the price to one of the listed options, you can click on the checkbox next to the price in question.
 If you wish to override the price or cost, click on the Unit Price, Net Price, or Net Cost and then type in the new price or cost as applicable. Unit Price uses the Sales Unit of Measure as dictated by the Product Master. Net Price and Net Cost are based on the Unit of Measure on the line item of the sales order. Be mindful of the unit of measure when entering a new price or cost.
 You may also enter in a Discount off of the current price by entering in the percent in the Disc Pct box.
Note: In place of entering a value in the Disc Pct field, you also have the ability to enter a Desired Gross Profit, Desired Multiplier, or CHAIN Discount and have the system calculate the price of a line item accordingly. To do so, you can click the dropdown under the calculator icon.
 To calculate a Desired Gross Profit PercentCalculate your desired gross profit percent for the sale, based on the markup percentage. For example, if you want to make a gross profit of 25"%, type 33.33 into this box. This number should be entered as a whole percent, not a decimal value (i.e. 25 for 25%, not .25). When you enter your desired gross profit, the system calculates the correct discount and enters in into the Amount box. Press the Tab key after entering this value. , enter a figure into the box labeled Desired Gross Profit. This number should be entered as a whole percent, not a decimal value (i.e. 25 for 25%, not .25). When you enter your desired gross profit, the system calculates the correct discount and enters in into the Disc Pct box. Press the Tab key after entering this value.
 You can also enter in a Desired MultiplierCalculate the amount based on a multiplier. For example, if you want to make 3 times the cost, type 3, and the system will calculate a 200% markup. Press the Tab key after entering this value.. For example, if you want to make 3 times the cost, type 3, and the system will calculate a 200% markup. Press the Tab key after entering this value.
 The last available field in the calculator dropdown is the CHAIN DiscountSpecify chain discount percent amounts, separated by slashes. For example, 15/10/25 means take 15% off total, n 10% off that, then 5% off that total twice. When you specify these amounts, the system calculates the corresponding amounts and enters them into the table for you. Press the Tab key after entering this value.. You can use this field to specify chain discount percent amounts, separated by slashes. For example, 15/10/25 means take 15% off the total, 10% off that discounted price, then 5% off that new discounted figure twice. When you specify these amounts, the system calculates the corresponding figures and enters them into the table for you. Press the Tab key after entering this value.

The field may also be used to change price. Enter in a desired gross profit percent in the GP % column and hit Tab. The system will recalculate the Net Price based on the Net Cost to achieve the gross profit entered.
 If this price will only be used this one time, and you do not want to log it in sales history or factor it into future margin pricing, select the One Time Price check box.
View Pricing extension and formula, Costing details, and resulting Gross Profit. If Costing Formula is blank, this means Inform is pulling the cost based on the Cost column selected for Sales Order GP as indicated in the Company Master. If the price or cost is manually changed or changed because of a particular setting then it will show Overridden.
View pricing with available rebates applied.
Stay competitive with the Category/Competitive Pricing tab (depending on system settings). View and apply pricing given to different customer categories or other matrices from the Price Matrix. Click on the check box next to the desired price and the system will update the price for the line item.
View contractual pricing and costing methods. Multiple contracts will appear if eligible. Check the box next to the desired contract and the system will update the line item with the new contract.
Inform offers an option to recalculate prices for all line items as well. To learn more about this functionality, please refer to our article regarding Recalculate order pricing by different criteria