Number range pricing is a great option for services such as Payroll, whereby to process 1 person is a lot more than processing 2 people.

This pricing option allows you to preserve the higher cost for the first person, even when 2 people are selected.

How It Works

Number range pricing enables you to charge for your service in a cumulative fashion. When you create a proposal and charge for a service in this way, the system will prompt you to provide a quantity.

How To Use

Step 1. Go to Configure > Line Items  > Edit Line 

Line items are the services you offer to your clients. To price for a service using the number range method, hit edit line. A good example is payroll.

Step 2. Pricing Type > Number Range Price

Scroll to pricing type and choose 'number range price' from the dropdown.

Step 3. Set the Field Label

Decide how you would like to apply the number range strategy. In payroll, we would set the label to the 'number of employees'

Step 4. Set the price for each range

Set your ranges and decide the fee for every person/unit in this range. 

Using payroll as an example, 5 employees on payroll would incur a fee of (£15 x 1) + (£13 x 1) + (£8 x 3) = £52.

This way, the pricing per person on payroll increases cumulatively but less so as the numbers get larger!

Step 5. Save your line item

If you're happy, hit save. Alternatively, you can add a calculation to layer this price further.

Other Pricing Types

>> Click here to discover our other pricing methods.

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