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How to save Unit Cost on Prediko?
How to save Unit Cost on Prediko?
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Written by Anya Bacon
Updated over a week ago

Where does "Unit Cost Shopify" come from?

We grab Unit Cost from your Shopify. It is in the currency of your Store.

You can see it as a column in:

  • Buying Table

  • Purchase Order

Will you foreign exchange "Unit Cost Shopify" to the currency of my Supplier?

Yes, when you assign a Supplier to the SKU, and if this Supplier doesn't have Unit Cost saved previously (see below how to save Unit Cost) - we will foreign exchange the "Unit Cost Shopify" to the Supplier's currency.

In the above example:

  1. SKU has no Supplier assigned -> so when creating PO "Unit Cost Prediko" is NA

  2. When assigned Supplier -> Prediko has foreign exchanged the "Unit Cost Shopify" to the currency of the Supplier selected

How can I change the Unit Cost on Prediko?

  • Update the Unit Cost directly in PO when you are making an order

  • Edit Unit Cost for Supplier in your Settings

    • "Settings" > "Suppliers" > Click Supplier name > "SKUs Supplied and MOQ" > Edit Unit Cost Prediko

How can I save my Unit Cost for Supplier?

There are two ways to save the Unit Cost:

  1. Click on the "Save Unit Cost for Supplier" button, that appears when you edit Units Costs on the finalised Order

2. Edit it directly in Settings for Supplier.

  1. "Settings" > "Suppliers" > Click Supplier name > "SKUs Supplied and MOQ" > Edit Unit Cost Prediko

Where can I see Unit Costs that I saved for this SKU per Supplier?

You can see what costs have been previously saved by hovering on the (i) in the "Unit Cost Prediko" column.

If I update my Supplier, will the Unit Cost change in my PO?

Yes, if you update your Supplier on the "New PO":

(1) If you have Supplier "Unit Cost Prediko" saved already - we will pick up the saved Unit Cost

(2) If no "Unit Cost Prediko" has been saved for this Supplier - we will foreign exchange the previous Unit Cost to the currency of the new Supplier.

Where do you use Unit Cost in the app?

  • Calculation of Total Cost (historical and future)

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