Field Name and Description
A vendor, or a supplier, is a supply chain management term that means anyone who provides goods or services to a company or individuals. A vendor often manufactures inventoriable items and then sells those items to a customer.
A price File is a list of all the supplier products and their current resell prices to their customers. The prices can vary depending on the customer.
This is the last date that the Supplier updated their price file in the Vesta Portal.
If a retailer has any price files from suppliers to review before accepting them into the retailer portal, it will show the number of price files for that supplier in this column.
An effective date is the date upon which the price is to take effect, which may be a past, present or future date. This may be different from the date upon which the pricing update is recorded.
An expiry date is a previously determined date after which a price should no longer be used.
The Price Group Name refers to the region in which the prices are valid. Example: National Price Group or Region Specific Price Group.
Number of Prices
This refers to the number of products with prices in that specific price file.
This refers to the date that the supplier updated the pricefile in Vesta.
The average change refers to the percentage increase or decrease in a price from the previous price to the current price uploaded.
The status can be accepted, pending or declined. This will update once the retailer has reviewed the pricefile received in the retail portal.
The name of the product provided by the Supplier.
The product code is the retailer's product code for their listed products from a supplier and can be the same OR different to the Supplier Product Code.
Supplier Product Code
This is the product code provided by a Supplier for a product sold to a retailer. It can be the same OR different to the Retailer Product Code.
The current price is the actual selling price of a product from a Supplier to their Retailer and also refers to the present value of a product.
The new price refers to the future price that the product will be sold at to the Retailer by the Supplier and will be in effect based on the effective date set by the Supplier.
The price movement percentage shows the percentage increase or decrease between the current price and the new price for that product.