Definicja two-dimensional pricing
A tool that allows maintenance of multiple condition record data on a single screen.
Each screen is matrix-based and both the rows and columns of the matrix are freely-definable. You can use two-dimensional pricing, for example, to maintain competitor and your own prices of all materials sold at a location in a single screen. After changing a price at one point (for example, a business location/ material/ service type combination), you can choose to update all or a selection of the other prices.
Słownik i definicje SAPa na T.