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Setting up SKUs with one-time pricing

One-time pricing is a non-recurring of pricing structure where the product or service is sold as a one-time fee. Common examples of this are hardware devices, pilot fees, or implementation services offered.

Setting up one-time pricing

To setup a SKU with one-time pricing, we'll first create a SKU and select either "One-time" as the pricing model. We'll then enter the one-time fee for the product or service.

If the product is tiered per unit, check out this article for setting up tiered, volume pricing.

Next, we'll add a line item description and update the unit name for our product. Once we've saved, we're ready to start using it on our deals!

Quoting with one-time pricing

While on the deal, click on "Add SKU" to create a new line item with the SKU priced as a one-time fee.

The "Add SKU" button will create a pricing table, titled "One-Time Fee" by default with this SKU as the first line item. Alternatively, the SKU can be added to an existing pricing table. To learn more about how to adjust the display of this table, take a look at this article.

Now we can adjust the quantity sold and apply a discount. 

While the service dates and length of one-time SKUs can be adjusted for the line item, unlike SKUs with monthly or annual unit pricing schedules, adjusting the service length will not change the price of the line item. 

When displaying the Overall Total of the agreement as an "Annual Schedule" the total price of the line item will be included depending on the service period start date. For example, when a line item is applied in the first 6 months of Year 1, it will be included only in Year 1 of the overall total.

When the SKU is priced as a one-time fee, the monthly and annual price are not applicable. If the Price per Month or Annual price columns are shown, the values shown will be denoted as "one-time fee".

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