Coby Poluk

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    Coby Poluk commented  · 

    I would also like to see more integration with WGP.

    For my current needs to two main things I would like to see are:

    1. More accurate pricing. WGP gives customer accounts different pricing levels based on their monthly gross purchases. The parts section only shows the default pricing level that any WGP customer gets. Does not show updated pricing according to my account with them.

    Also, It would be great to see the pricing integration be usable on purchase orders rather than just the parts order page in Repairshopr. This way once I create a PO I don't have to cross reference with WGP to make sure my pricing is correct on the PO.

    2. WGP has a quick order section on their site where you are able to just plug in SKUs + quantity then add to your cart on one order page rather than going to each individual item and adding them that way.

    The issue is that once I create a PO in Repairshopr I have to then go and basically remake the same order on WGP to place my order.

    WGP has an option on their quick order page where I can simply upload a CSV file then hit "add to cart" and be done. The problem is that the CSV has to be setup where Column A is the SKU #, and Column B is thew quantity.

    When I export my Repairshopr PO to a CSV file it is not setup this way so I am not able to use the CSV to do a quick order on WGP unless I go in and manually reconfigure the columns to fit the required format.

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    Coby Poluk commented  · 

    If I am buying a phone from a customer it would be nice to have a worksheet configured for such purchases.

    We have to check things like volume buttons working, home buttons working, water damage indicators tripped, power button working, ear speaker working etc.

    If we could add worksheets to customer purchases based off of purchase type ie. computer, phone, etc.

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    Coby Poluk commented  · 

    Export your inventory to a CSV file. Filter the list by your cost to get the price ranges you want for each mark up amount. <5 or >5 <10 or whatever you want. Then create a formula to multiply your cost by whatever you want your markup to be (20% = multiply by 1.2). Do that for each price range you want for each markup amount. Then remove all filters and copy paste your retail price list into wordpad to remove the formula in the background then copy/paste it back to your retail price list in CSV. Repairshopr wont recognize the $ amount if it has the formula in the background. Import back into repair shopr and there you go.

    Coby Poluk commented  · 

    I would also like to see this feature.

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