This document explains how you enter a meter price schedule-price schedule type 08. This price schedule type is used for meter invoicing agreements with different meter quantities and prices per unit. The quantity is usually invoiced in advance, and re-invoiced once a defined percentage of the quantity is used.
Price and quantity per meter are entered. You can specify up to six different meters and their fixed prices and quantities.
The following files are updated:
When a contract item with this meter price schedule is used in an agreement, the schedule's header and lines will be copied automatically to the agreement. The prices can later be adjusted for each agreement or agreement line.
A contract item with price schedule type 05 must be entered in 'Contract Item. Open' (SAS450). This contract item may not have been previously connected to a meter price schedule.
Start 'Contract Item. Open' (SAS450/B1).
Select a contract item from the list and press F12='Mtr price sched' to enter the schedule for the contract item.
'Contract Item. Update Meter Prices' (SAS451) is displayed.
Enter price schedule type 08 for the contract item and select New.
Enter the agreed-upon interval (years, month or days) on the E panel.
Enter the re-invoice percentage.
This means the percentage of the agreed-upon total meter quantity that should be used in connection with agreement meter reconciliation invoicing for price schedule type 03.
A value entered in the contract item meter price schedule header is proposed in the agreement meter price schedule header when used in connection with the contract item.
After agreement meter reconciliation invoicing has been performed for an agreement line, a comparison between the actual meter usage and the re-invoice percentage of the agreed-upon total meter quantity for the defined reconciliation interval is initiated. If the usage has reached the percentage defined, then an invoice is produced for the agreed-upon total quantity and price. Otherwise no further processing takes place.
Enter the agreed-upon quantity and price per meter. You can define up to six different meters.
Select Next to return to the B1 panel, or press F3 to return to (SAS450).