Shopware is a leading Germany based e-commerce platform. Till the date, the platform has received more than 80 thousand users. Shopware is an open-source eCommerce framework.
Meanwhile, the features which are taking this Plateform to prime levels are content management, Multi-warehouse system, and many more.
Shopware is now starting to enter new European nations and is making a big impact in the UK. You can check here other Shopware modules – https://store.webkul.com/Shopware.html
A price is the amount of payment or benefit given by one party to another in return for one unit of goods or help. A price is controlled by production costs, the supply of the desired item, and demand for the product. Price is the total of all the values that a customer gives up to gain the advantages of having or using a product or service.
Price in Shopware 5
Shopware Price Management – In Shopware there are two type of price for product and separate customer groups.
- Default price
- Pseudo price
The default price is the basic price for each item. A price is managed by production costs, the supply of the desired item, and demand for the product
The pseudo price appears small and crossed out above the actual price of the item. Create a “pseudo price”, which is displayed in the frontend with a line through it. Pseudo price labels like “instead of 19.99£ RRP”.
How to manage the pseudo price using PIM?
Using Akeneo PIM you can Connect your Shopware store with Akeneo and can manage pseudo price with Shopware Akeneo Connector – https://webkul.com/blog/shopware-akeneo-connector/
In this, you can add different CustomerGroup accordingly you can set there price.
After mapping the price in Akeneo PIM you can export the price with PIM to your Shopware Store
Moreover, that’s all about “Shopware Price Management” for any query and issue related to Shopware please create a support ticket here. https://webkul.uvdesk.com/en/customer/create-ticket/