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Items can be identified by typing the item number, scanning a barcode, or by searching for keywords that match any portion of the item number, description, vendor number, category, or any other field designated as a keyword search field. Item Zooms display quantities for each location, recent sales, open purchase orders, monthly sales history, substitute items, images, and more.

Unlimited notes allow you to provide additional information about your products. Automatically display a note to encourage clerks to power-sell related items: “Would you like some tennis balls with that racquet?” Notes can be automatically displayed based on the individual item or the category or subcategory.

An item may have an unlimited number of barcodes. Barcodes may be associated with a specific selling unit-for example, one barcode may indicate BOX, while another barcode indicates EACH.
Barcodes may be manually entered or automatically generated by CounterPoint. Both manufacturer and in-house barcodes are supported. Barcodes may be printed on labels and scanned during checkout, when taking a physical count, and in other functions. A unique barcode is supported for each individual color/size combination for a gridded (apparel) item.

Merchandise is priced accurately and automatically,Units based on list price, quantity breaks, customer discounts, a markup on cost, or a desired margin. Use mix-and-match pricing to group items together by item number, category, sub-category, or vendor—to grant discounts based on quantity, etc.

Promotional prices can be date- and time-activated for limited-time sales. You can also use contract prices for customer specific pricing for an item or a group of items during a specific time (contract) period. Special prices are general pricing policies for particular groups of customers and typically don’t have starting or ending dates. By using contract, promotional, and special pricing you can handle almost any pricing requirments.

Promotional, Contract, and Special prices can be based on a discount, markup, fixed price, or desired profit margin. Alternatively, you can simply pick the price. Prices can be based on relevant item, customer, or ticket information.

Items can be priced and sold by the stocking unit or up to five alternate selling units. For example, you may stock golf balls by the EACH, and sell them at one price by the DOZEN and at another price by the SLEEVE.

Retail Kits
You can create kits that sell multiple items by entering one item number or barcode. Retail kits are useful when the sale of an item causes multiple component parts to be deducted from inventory. The Full Kits option is available if more sophisticated kits features are needed.

Apparel capabilities are woven throughout CounterPoint.grid CounterPoint offers the ease of use,
integrated features, and merchandising information essential for profitable soft goods retailing.
In soft goods, a single inventory item (a “style”) can be stocked in multiple colors and sizes (or lengths, widths, patterns, etc.

Grids can be one-, two-, or threedimensional, with an unlimited number of colors and
sizes (or lengths, widths, heights, etc.). An item can have thousands of unique color/size combinations, each of which is called a cell. Items can be viewed, processed, and printed in grid format throughout CounterPoint, including adjustments, receivings, purchasing, transfers, physical counts, and ticket entry.

Optionally calculate sales commissions for each item on the sales ticket based on either the sale amount or the gross profit. Commissions are tracked by ticket and are reported in detail or in summary on the Commissions Due report.

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