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Download vendor costs from provider catalogs Last updated on 10/06/2022

Once you have set up Procure-to-Pay (P2P), you can map and sync vendor costs from provider catalogs to your pricebook. Mapping your content to a provider’s catalog lets you stay current with future updates.

View and download vendor costs in the catalog

In order to see your costs from the vendor, P2P must be set up and you must first map your pricebook items to the provider catalog. Once an item is mapped to your Pricebook, the cost is visible for mapping and browsing the catalog. To download the cost to your pricebook for mapped items, use mapping or select the cost updates for these items in Pricebook Connect.

View synced vendor costs in your pricebook

After mapping your pricebook to a provider catalog and downloading cost, you can see the synced vendor information in your pricebook. Note: Cost syncs only for items that you have mapped. When you map a pricebook item, you can view cost on the Updates page. For more information, see Update your pricebook with Pricebook Connect.

To view the synced vendor information in your pricebook:

  1. Go to the navigation bar and click Pricebook.

  2. In the side panel, click Equipment or Materials. The Equipment or Materials screen opens.

  3. You can view the item cost in the Vendor section. If you have a supplier subaccount pricing for this item, you can see it by scrolling down to the Vendor section of the Details tab and clicking Subaccounts at the end of a vendor row.

Important note: Some features may not be currently included in your account and additional configuration may be required. Please contact technical support for details.

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