According to the Vantage Help screens these are the field definitions...

Expected Quantity

The quantity that the customer wants to have quoted, in the selling unit

of measure. This quantity is used to determine the expected revenue.

When the quote is converted into an order, if the amount in the Order

Quantity field above is 0.00, then this amount is used as the quantity

on the order. This figure is used when the Expected Revenue is

determined. The Expected Quantity, multiplied by the factor, multiplied

by the price, is the Extended Price. The Extended Price, after

accounting for the discount percentage or discount amount, yields the

Potential Revenue. The Potential Revenue, multiplied by the Confidence

Percentage, yields the Expected Revenue (after Misc. Charges are also

added in).

Order Quantity

The quantity that the user is interested in ordering. When the quote is

converted into an order, this amount is the default quantity on the

order. If this amount is 0.00 and the quote is converted to an order,

the default for the Order Quantity comes from the Expected Quantity

field. (You can update the quantity on the order itself.)

Selling Quantity

The quantity for which a price is being quoted. This amount, divided by

the factor, is the amount of stock that is being sold by internal

standards.

We don't use expected and order quantities when we quote--we only use

selling quantities, and that is what shows on our quote form.

Amy O'Malley

Process Engineer

Heraeus Medical Components Division

Lino Lakes, Minnesota

amy.omalley@...

Phone: 651-792-8516

Fax: 651-792-8616

-----Original Message-----

From: vantage@yahoogroups.com [mailto:vantage@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf

Of Calvin Krusen

Sent: Wednesday, May 07, 2008 9:19 AM

To: vantage@yahoogroups.com

Subject: [Vantage] V 8.03 - Quote Entry - Order Qty vs Exp Qty vs

Selling Qty

Could someone please straighten me out on the differences between the

Order, Expected, and Selling Quantity fields in Quote Entry. Our

products are not quoted with pricing break points (our customers know

exactly how many they need). Out of fear of doing it wrong, we enter

the same value in all three places.

Which shows on the Quote Form?

Which is used when pulling a quote into an order?

Thanks,

Calvin Krusen

Expected Quantity

The quantity that the customer wants to have quoted, in the selling unit

of measure. This quantity is used to determine the expected revenue.

When the quote is converted into an order, if the amount in the Order

Quantity field above is 0.00, then this amount is used as the quantity

on the order. This figure is used when the Expected Revenue is

determined. The Expected Quantity, multiplied by the factor, multiplied

by the price, is the Extended Price. The Extended Price, after

accounting for the discount percentage or discount amount, yields the

Potential Revenue. The Potential Revenue, multiplied by the Confidence

Percentage, yields the Expected Revenue (after Misc. Charges are also

added in).

Order Quantity

The quantity that the user is interested in ordering. When the quote is

converted into an order, this amount is the default quantity on the

order. If this amount is 0.00 and the quote is converted to an order,

the default for the Order Quantity comes from the Expected Quantity

field. (You can update the quantity on the order itself.)

Selling Quantity

The quantity for which a price is being quoted. This amount, divided by

the factor, is the amount of stock that is being sold by internal

standards.

We don't use expected and order quantities when we quote--we only use

selling quantities, and that is what shows on our quote form.

Amy O'Malley

Process Engineer

Heraeus Medical Components Division

Lino Lakes, Minnesota

amy.omalley@...

Phone: 651-792-8516

Fax: 651-792-8616

-----Original Message-----

From: vantage@yahoogroups.com [mailto:vantage@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf

Of Calvin Krusen

Sent: Wednesday, May 07, 2008 9:19 AM

To: vantage@yahoogroups.com

Subject: [Vantage] V 8.03 - Quote Entry - Order Qty vs Exp Qty vs

Selling Qty

Could someone please straighten me out on the differences between the

Order, Expected, and Selling Quantity fields in Quote Entry. Our

products are not quoted with pricing break points (our customers know

exactly how many they need). Out of fear of doing it wrong, we enter

the same value in all three places.

Which shows on the Quote Form?

Which is used when pulling a quote into an order?

Thanks,

Calvin Krusen